Posted: 09/04/2023


Performs psychotherapy with clients in need of this service.
  1. Perform clinical assessments.
  2. Develop treatment plans.
  3. Perform psychotherapy.
  4. Review treatment plans.
  5. Document all service contracts.
  6. Discharge clients from psychotherapy.
  7. Prepare reports or other documents necessary for the treatment of the client.
  8. Attend staff meetings.
  9. Attend individual and group supervision.
  10. Consult with other professionals in the agency, outside the agency, and with the public.
  11. Perform crisis intervention.
  12. Attend professional training and maintain license for profession.
  1. May present educational or public information forums.
  2. May testify in court.
  3. May coordinate a particular kind of therapy service or the provision of therapy to a specific population.
  1. Knowledge of psychotherapy practice and procedures.
  2. Ability to effectively employ written and spoken language.
  3. Ability to analyze and integrate information and use that information in therapy sessions.
  4. Ability to behave courteously, efficiently, and effectively in interpersonal transactions.
  5. Ability to consult with other professionals when appropriate.
  6. Experience working with Alcohol & Drug clients is a plus.
  1. Requires depth of knowledge in the field sufficient to perform thoroughly and accurately the full scope of job functions outlined above.
  2. Requires a graduate degree in a recognized mental health profession from an accredited college or university.
  3. Must be licensed in a mental health profession recognized in the state of New Mexico.
  1. 75% of available time spent on billable activities.
  2. No professional standards or ethical violations.
  3. No agency policy and procedure violations.
  4. Documentation complete 95% of the time.
  5. 90% satisfaction rating from staff.
  6. An average of 50% reduction in client symptoms documented on client treatment plans.
  7. An average of 50% treatment plan goal attainment across caseload.

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