Outpatient Therapist Job Description

InVision Human Services' newest, fully-incorporated subsidiary, Integrated Behavioral Health, is in need of qualified, LCSW therapists! The Outpatient Therapist provides outpatient therapy and related clinical services to adolescent, and/or adult clients and their families in office.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

• Implements and maintains the Integrated Behavioral Health program's philosophy, principles, and procedures in all facets of performance.
• Provide services and conduct self in a manner consistent with the profession Code of Ethics.
• Assess or provide therapy, counseling, intervention and/or education to clients in a professional manner.
• Provide clinically appropriate treatment based on mental health assessment and treatment plans.
• Complete timely and accurate documentation. Meet audited tested requirements.
• Assure continuous reimbursable sessions for assigned clients.
• Fully participate in staff development opportunities offered to enhance professional growth, especially to maintain license, certification, or identified program performance skills.
• Participate in planned supervision and case consultation conferences. Come prepared with an agenda and keep supervisor informed.


• LCSW is required
• Master's degree in Mental Health, Counseling, Social Work or Psychology with a minimum of two years' experience.
• Pennsylvania licensure and insurance credentialed is highly recommended.
• Support the organization's mission along with sensitivity of cultural and workplace harmony.
• Planning and time management and strong organizational skills.
• A valid driver's license along with access to a vehicle.
• Management of work processes along with strong computer skills for documentation purposes.
• Ability to maintain confidential information within HIPAA guidelines and organizational policies.
• Ability to be flexible especially with scheduling and site locations and to perform and prioritize multiple functions and tasks.
• Communication along with professionalism.