This position will be 10% administrative and 90% clinical. Activities will include providing direct clinical services to patients in an integrated primary care setting, assisting and supporting the behavioral health training program, and other department related activities as assigned.
- Provide direct clinical services and interventions to STRIDE patients (particularly LGBTQ+ individuals) in a supportive primary care environment.
- Provide brief interventions to individuals and their families, when physical, emotional, behavioral, social or other challenges interfere with daily life and well-being.
- Contribute as a member of multidisciplinary teams (comprised of medical, dental, care coordination, health education and behavioral health providers) in evaluation and improvement of the scope, delivery, and positive impacts of STRIDE’s best practice-based behavioral health services.
- Collaborate in developing innovative service line approaches.
- Serve as a supporting member of STRIDE’s behavioral health training program.
- Assist in the evaluation of the scope of behavioral health services offered at STRIDE for maximization of patient impact, fiscal viability and best practice.
- Ability to interact positively and build rapport with patients, coworkers and/or external contacts.
- Ability to work independently and organize work in a manner that ensures accuracy and efficiency. Including the ability to drive between clinics to provide services on location.
- Ability to analyze and synthesize data to determine the appropriate program.
- Able to exercise effective judgment, sensitivity, creativity to changing needs and situations.
- Ability to manage multiple projects to successful completion at a given time.
- Ability to demonstrate the capability to effectively and sensitively respond to the needs and concerns of the full range of STRIDE’s diverse patient population.
- Ability to handle sensitive information ethically and responsibly.
- Ability to protect the confidentiality of patient, employee and business information
Education or Formal Training: Doctorate in Clinical/Counseling Psychology (Ph.D./Psy.D.)
- Minimum 3 years clinical service experience
- Experience in an integrated primary care setting
- Experience working with LGBTQ population
- Demonstrated knowledge or experience with behavioral health treatment modalities
- Demonstrated knowledge and/or experience with substance abuse/dependence issues, treatment and paraprofessional support modalities
- Bilingual in Spanish plus
- Colorado Licensed Psychologist
Material and equipment directly used: Computer, printer, multi-line telephone systems, fax machine, copy machine, calculator, and all Microsoft Office products including Outlook, Excel and the internet.
Working environment/physical activities: Office environment within a clinical setting. Enters data into computer programs via computer, mouse and keyboard. Moves about the office environment and occasionally to other locations. Moves/transports objects up to 25 lbs occasionally. Communicates information to others. Discerns/analyzes information from others to assist in decision making. Works independently.
This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the position. It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by management.
The physical and mental requirements outlined in this job description describe the demands according to how the job is typically performed. This description however is not intended to prescribe or restrict the methods to which may be used to meet the essential functions of the position. Any applicant or employee may request reasonable accommodation in the way that the essential functions are performed by contacting Human Resources.