Responsibilities: 1.Insuring patient confidentiality 2.Providing the same level of service regardless of patient background. 3.Keeping adequate and timely progress notes and client records. 4.Working with other medical staff to insure continuity of care 5.Maintaining up-to-date knowledge of psychotherapy methods andpractices.
Requirements: 1.Ph.D. or MSW from an accredited institution. 2.Internship at an accredited placement. 3.Licensure in state, province, or country of origin. 4.At least two years of experience doing psychotherapy as a licensedpractitioner 5.Previous training, workshops or experience providing counseling in across-cultural setting. 6.Skill in providing psychotherapy, keeping accurate notes, and doingadequate follow-up. 7.Skill in exercising initiative, judgment, problem solving,decision-making. 8.Skill in psychological evaluation (if Ph.D.) 9.Skill in working with cross-cultural therapeutic issues. 10.Ability to work effectively with patients, medical and administrativestaff, and the public 11.Ability to communicate effectively in writing and verbally 12.Dedicated to providing the same services to all patients regardlessof race, ethnicity, or religious status. 13.Level headed, even-tempered and reliable 14.Flexible and friendly 15.Counseling families, adults, children, and groups 16.Psychotherapy note-taking and record-keeping. 17.Confidentiality and Crisis management 18.Psychological Evaluation (where appropriate).