Crisis Clinician, Psychiatry Consult Liaison (8p-8a)
BH Crisis Services Clinician I- Psych Consult Liaison
The Psychiatry Consult-Liaison (CL) Clinician facilitates assessment and assists with the management of psychiatric and/or behavioral health concerns occurring within primary psychiatric and general medical conditions, in collaboration with other NCH medical specialties. Moreover, the CL Clinician provides crisis management and de-escalation interventions by serving as the lead for Code Violet Response on the main campus of NCH
Schedule: (Full time, Benefits Eligible) 8pm-8am Night Shift
700 Children's Dr
Columbus, Ohio 43205
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Facilitates culturally appropriate diagnostic assessments, lethality screens, or other appropriate mental health evaluations.
Provides brief interventions, care coordination, safety planning, or other therapeutic interventions to assigned patients.
Recommends disposition for least restrictive level of care, utilizing case consultation, supervision and staffing as appropriate.
Employs NCH approved strategies of crisis intervention and de-escalation that are consistent with empirically supported treatments and consistent with program expectations.
Initiates mandatory reporting of abuse and/or neglect to Child Protective Services or other applicable agencies per Ohio law.
Facilitates and/or participates in safety care huddles, treatment team meetings, or other appropriate interdisciplinary meetings related to patient care.
Facilitates training to staff and providers of NCH approved crisis management training and de-escalation techniques.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
Masters from an accredited university or professional school.
Appropriate Ohio counseling (LPC) or social work (LSW) licensure required; independent licensure preferred
Upon hire, must complete and pass NCH endorsed Crisis Management Training
Demonstrated skills in providing behavioral health assessment and treatment to children and adolescents.
Ability to work well with minimal direction, is detail-oriented and self-motivated.
Demonstrated communication and interpersonal skills required to establish and maintain productive and collaborative team and multi-disciplinary relationships.
Experience with training or instruction in group settings preferred.
Previous experience in working with children and adolescents with intellectual and developmental disabilities preferred.
Minimum Physical Requirement:
Assisting with physical holds/manual restrains, escorts of agitated or aggressive patients (Occasionally)
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