Careers At Mobile Medical Care

Behavioral Health Therapist

Mobile Medical Care, Inc. (MobileMed) is a nonprofit community health center serving low-income adults in Montgomery County, Maryland. As a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), MobileMed provides high-quality primary care services at office locations and at mobile van sites, utilizing staff and volunteers. The position of Behavioral Health Therapist is a full-time, split between our Germantown clinic, our Rockville clinic and remote.

The position of Behavioral Health Therapist helps ensure that MobileMed patients receive behavioral health interventions and therapy designed to address behavioral health needs, as appropriate to an integrated primary care setting. The BH Therapist provides medically necessary and appropriate behavioral health services to individuals, groups, and families, within the scope of their training and experience. These services shall comply with legal requirements, accepted clinical standards, internal procedures, insurance requirements, and the professional and ethical standards by which mental health therapists are bound.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide clinical services appropriate to a primary care setting.
  • Collaborate with PCPs, the BH patient care monitor, and consulting psychiatrist to ensure coordination of care and achievement of good clinical outcomes.
  • Provide support to integrated behavioral health volunteers and students.
  • Ensure proper case documentation in electronic health record system.
  • Promptly notify Program Manager for BH of crisis situations. Seek clinical supervision and consulting with colleagues when appropriate.
  • Conduct a regular weekly schedule.
  • Maintain professional license in good standing.

 

Qualifications/Competencies:

The position requires a Masters level degree, licensure as a mental health therapist in the State of Maryland, and a proven ability to meet goals and objectives with minimal supervision.

  • Strong therapeutic clinical and case management skills
  • Sensitivity to multicultural issues
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Tenacity to work with a primary care/behavioral health team to resolve programmatic issues
  • Ability to monitor patient outcomes
  • Ability to promptly, accurately document billable patient services so that third-party reimbursement can be obtained.
  • Bi-lingual Spanish-speaking strongly preferred.
  • Fully vaccinated against COVID-19 is required.

 

Interested candidates should send resume and salary expectations

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