Community Mental Health Professional

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The Indian Health Board of Minneapolis is excited to announce that a full-time exempt position is now open in the Counseling Center.

Clinical services at IHB Counseling Center are culturally relevant and trauma-focused with an emphasis on our departmental environment being collaborative, supportive, flexible, humorous, and creative. This position would primarily work with children but would include some work with individuals of all ages. Additionally, this position includes two or three days a week engaging in school-based services, such as therapy, teacher and staff consultation, client and community advocacy, and if interested you can be involved in trauma-informed trainings and presentations to school staff. Counseling providers collaborate with our Indigenous Services and Integrative Behavioral Health teams in order to meet the whole needs of our clients.

Our clinic takes a strength-based approach in advocating for and supporting the American Indian community as well as other marginalized and underserved communities. If you are interested in joining our team, we encourage you to apply and look forward to hearing from you.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Provide diagnostic assessments and individual, family, and group psychotherapy to individuals of all ages.
  2. If an LP, provide psychological testing and evaluation to all ages.
  3. Opportunities to provide supervision to mental health trainees under the direction of the Training Director as it fits with licensure and board approved supervision requirements.
  4. Opportunities to participate in school-based services also provided.
  5. Actively participate in decolonization and indigenization of work processes, mental health services, and professional development.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  1. Licensed to practice and in good standing in the State of MN.
  2. Either a Masters degree in Counseling, Masters degree in Social Work, or Doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology from an APA-accredited program.
  3. 5,000 hours of experience in clinical assessment and therapy of high-risk children, adolescents and adults (Completion of APA-Accredited doctoral internship preferred),
  4. Experience in trauma-focused therapy interventions and child & adult assessment,
  5. Experience and understanding of Native American/Indigenous culture and community, and a willingness to actively work on decolonizing health care systems,
  6. Maintain expected caseload and complete documentation in a timely manner,
  7. Excellent communication skills, clear and concise writing skills, the ability to work effectively within a multidisciplinary team, strong collaboration skills, and the capacity for self-reflection,
  8. Experience/competence in supervision of psychology trainees.

HIPAA

IHB makes reasonable efforts to limit access to and use of protected health information (PHI) by employees to the minimum necessary performance of assigned duties as outlines in job descriptions. This position is access restricted to PHI needed to carry out health care operations.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The work is sedentary. Typically, the employee may sit comfortably to do the work. There may be some walking, standing, bending, carrying of light items, and driving an automobile. No special physical demands are required to perform the work.

Important: The COVID vaccine is required at Indian Health Board

To apply for this job email your details to brittney.dahlin@mnachc.org