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Licensed Pediatric Social Worker

1 out of 5 children suffers from a mental disorder in a given year - with 1 out of 10 children significantly debilitated by his/her illness. Low-income children are markedly more likely to suffer from mental illness, due to environmental risk factors (such as homelessness, violence, fractured families).

In Massachusetts during the past year, 1 in 4 children enrolled in MassHealth received care for a mental health issue.
Despite these grim statistics, all common childhood mental disorders can be treated safely and effectively, many within Primary Care settings.
Most childhood mental illness (70%) can be safely and effectively treated in lower-cost primary care settings by PCPs and LICSWs with appropriate training and support.
Experts uniformly agree that community health centers are well-positioned for the type of transformation and collaboration required to accomplish full-scale integration of mental health services and primary care.

HIRING for Child/Adolescent Licensed Clinicians to:
Work in tandem with the BHS Care Coordinator to schedule intake/assessment appointments for individuals referred for Outpatient Behavioral Health Appointments; Complete the bio-psycho-social assessment; Complete the TB and HIV Risk Assessments; Complete the Basis 24 and/or CANS as clinically indicated; Collaboratively develop a treatment plan; Complete a discharge note and/or summary as clinically indicated; Provide appropriate supported referrals for individuals not appropriate for outpatient BHS services; Develop and facilitate one outpatient treatment group and complete all required clinical documentation.
Individual must be able to complete behavioral health assessments and diagnosis. Master's Degree in Social Work or related field required. LMHC or LCSW or LICSW or LMFT required. Bi-Lingual candidates strongly desired. Position is Loan Repayment Eligible.


1-3 years' experience in early childhood mental health and development
Child-Parent Psychotherapy experience
Knowledge of adult mental health disorders
Community-based services and supports experience preferred

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