Clinic Behavioral Health Therapist - LCSW

ID 2024-23996
LeBauer Neurology
Work Location
Division : Name
Cone Health Medical Group
Department : Name
Position Sub-Category
Position Type
Full Time (40 hours/week)
Employment Type
Workforce Status
Work Hours
Provider Schedule (specific schedule)
Monday-Friday (7:30am-4:30pm)
On call Required


Working with a high degree of independence, designs and implements clinical programs to ensure individuals and their families receive psychological assessments, support and counseling utilizing principles of group, individual, and family concepts. In addition, foster interdisciplinary collaboration for a broad spectrum of services, when appropriate.

Talent Pool: Allied Health


Manages the clinical care for patients. Conducts individual, couples and family therapy and/or testing as appropriate and completes treatment notes. a) Manages a caseload of patients with a variety of psychological needs. b) Demonstrates advanced knowledge and application when assessing patients and families for potential psychological intervention and facilitates an effective plan of resolution. c) Applies advanced clinical skills when conducting patient and family counseling, as well as crisis intervention and providing therapeutic interventions. d) Provides individual, conjoint and family psychotherapy as appropriate, and/or refers to specialist as needed. e) Conduct an initial comprehensive assessment of provider(s) and patient needs for psychological services within the primary care department. Subsequent assessments to be conducted as needed.
Completes psychological assessments and incorporates into plan of care. Develop and document treatment plans, progress notes, and updates
Offers access to support and educational programs to patients and families, when appropriate. a) Independently function in the satellite office setting. b) Helps coordinate access to psychotherapy groups to meet patient and family needs. c) Assists with the evaluation of treatment programs and works on improving services based on feedback.
Works collaboratively to facilitate optimal patient outcomes. Coordinate patient?s care with referring physicians, community agencies and other therapists when appropriate. a) Serves as a member of a team with physicians and clinical staff to identify necessary community resources. b) Serves as an expert resource to patients, families, and health care team members regarding the varied psychological issues of patients and their families
Demonstrates leadership and expertise in the field of psychological services and participates in select educational activities, in compliance with their level of licensure. a) Maintains current license and membership in appropriate professional organization(s). b) Keeps psychological knowledge current through seminars, in-services, and clinical literature. Shares knowledge of clinical and managerial practice issues, outstanding trends and technology with colleagues and others to accomplish department/program objectives. c) Participates in the development of program changes, including recommendations for obtaining more efficient outcomes for patients.
Attends and participates in departmental meetings.


Bachelors, Required
Masters or Doctorate in Psychology or Social Work or Counseling Required

Minimum of 4 years clinical experience required.
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

One or more of the following is required. NC Licensed, Licensed Clinical Psychologist (PhD), Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC)


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