Seeking a dynamicÂ PRN Therapist to fulfill a 12-week vacancy.Â Â
About Cumberland Hall Hospital:
Cumberland HallÂ Hospital, is a 97-bed Joint Commission accredited hospital, which provides the highest quality psychiatric care to children, adolescents and adultsÂ impacted by substance use and/or mental health issues.Â The hospital is located near Fort Campbell in Hopkinsville, KY.Â We have earned our place as a provider of choice with our local community.Â Patient safety and confidentiality in treatment are top priorities.
The Clinician/Therapist is responsible for performing a variety of direct clinical duties with inpatient populations.Â These include, but are not limited to, group, individual, and family treatment modalities.Â They are responsible for performing thorough and accurate psychosocial evaluations, developing and implementing master treatment plans, and providing for appropriate discharge planning/aftercare referrals.Â The Clinician/Therapist demonstrates the ability to effectively communicate with both clients and staff.Â They demonstrate the ability to prioritize the multiple demands of the position and are able to accurately follow instructions.Â They understand the documentation requirements and complete these requirements in a timely fashion.Â Excellent judgment and clinical skills are essential for this position.Â Must possess knowledge of developmental stages of children, adolescents and adults, and the social, cultural, environmental influences on both patient and family member.Â Is responsible for their own clinical growth through the attendance of in-services, presentations, and other continuing education activities.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily and demonstrates competence in the human stages of growth and development.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or abilities required.Â Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.