The ARH Assistant System Director of Behavioral Health - Therapeutic and Rehabilitative Services is responsible for the management of the Behavioral Health Service Line’s inpatient psychiatry therapeutic and rehabilitative programming and operations. Therapeutic programming includes unit-based individual and group therapy; case-management, discharge-planning and community liaison services; recreational activities as well as oversite of the service-line’s “Recovery Malls.” The Recovery Malls are designed to help patients change, grow, and recover from the effects of mental illness and substance abuse in an activity-filled environment that does not feel like a hospital. Treatment Malls include: A Resource Center, Leisure Center, Consumer Center, Learning Center, and the Skills Center. Unit and Recovery Mall programming include: social and leisure skills improvement, educational programs geared toward recovery, and a job skills training program.
• Ph. D. or Psy.D. in Counseling or Clinical Psychology and Licensed and/or ability to be licensed in Kentucky and/or West Virginia as a Clinical Psychologist
• Masters of Social Work and Licensed and/or ability to be licenses in in Kentucky and West Virginia as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW/LICSW)
• An Additional Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) or Master of Business Administration (MBA) is prefered.
Minimum Work Experience
5-10 Years of Clinical Experience Required
3-5 Years of Healthcare Leadership Required
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
Ability to communicate effectively and document information accurately
Ability to deal efficiently and effectively with a wide variety of individuals
Knowledge of basic medical terminology required
Basic computer knowledge is required
Ability to move or lift patients and equipment
Ability to work independently within general guidelines
Ability to communicate in English, both orally and written
Ability to work flexible hours
Ability to work with adults experiencing mental health disturbances or dual diagnoses.