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Lpha i

Company Name:
Lutheran Services in Iowa
LPHA I
May 21, 2014 - June 20, 2014
Location: Denison, IA
Employment Type: Full Time
Description: LSI currently seeks a full-timeLicensed Practioner of the Healing Arts (LPHA)to provide services within our Behaviorial Health Intervention Service (BHIS) program in Denison.
Duties: LPHA provides direct individual and family therapy to children and families, and conducts mental health assessments. This position is responsive to referrals through the provision of a comprehensive mental health assessment with diagnosis that meets diagnostic criteria as established in the DSM. Develop a treatment plan which fully addresses the behavioral health care needs identified through the assessment and diagnosis that results in an improvement in functioning for the client referred. Manages case plan oversight and re-evaluation as necessary to support the needs of the client based on their assigned caseload. As needed, provide clinical supervision for residential/community-based BHIS social workers. Opportunity for additional pay for provision of licensure supervision of other LPHAs for qualified applicants. Flexible hours available.
Licensure supervision may be offered to LMSWs and provisionally licensed LMHCs. Fully licensed LMHCs, LISWs and LMFTs eligible for additional licensure supervision pay.
Qualifications: Qualified applicants will have a Master-s in Social Work or related field with 2 years of experience. Must be licensed in the state of Iowa, acceptable levels of licensure include: LMSW, provisional LMHC, or temporary LMFT. Bilingual in English & Spanish is preferred, but not required.
Required: Acceptable driving record, valid driver''s license and vehicle insurance to meet agency requirements. Ability to pass extensive background checks.
LSI offers a competitive salary and benefit package including generous paid time off accrual, health, dental, life, and vision insurance, and 401(k).
LSI promises a challenging and exciting workplace. Consider joining our team of professionals who arePeople focused, Results driven.

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