Contingent status/ non benefits eligible
The Behavioral Health Youth Crisis Stabilization Unit (YCSU) Clinician is responsible for providing intensive, short-term, evidence-based treatment to patients who are experiencing psychiatric/behavioral health crises. The YCSU Clinician will work as a member of the multidisciplinary team to provide comprehensive psychiatric/behavioral health treatment to youth admitted to YCSU. The goal of treatment on the YCSU is stabilizing the crisis and improving functioning of the youth and family system by utilizing interventions to focus on the crises for the individual and the family. The Crisis Services Clinician I practices under supervision while working towards goal of independent licensure.
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The Crisis Services In-House Agent YCSU Clinician implements and supports the philosophy, mission, values, standards, policies and procedures established by Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Behavioral Health Crisis Services and Ohio Licensure requirements.
The Crisis Services In-House Agent YCSU Clinician I perform Assessment, Treatment, Care Coordination and other responsibilities as outlined below:
The In-House Agent YCSU Clinician position requires an individual who is motivated, flexible, knowledgeable and innovative. The In-House Agent YCSU Clinician will possess the skills to provide interventions in a flexible and adaptive manner, with strong critical thinking skills. This individual will competently provide culturally appropriate trauma-informed interactions and interventions in a hospital setting.
Sitting Constantly (67-100%)
Talking on phone/in person Constantly (67-100%)
Typing on a keyboard Frequently (34-66%)
Standing/walking Occasionally (0-33%)