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We are always on the lookout for professionals who can take good care of our clients. With great benefits and an amazing team, Harmony Mental Health, Inc is the place to be! Browse the list of open positions below and contact us if you have any questions.

OPEN POSITION

CLIENT SERVICES SPECIALIST - CLIENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT

This position is a key support role focusing on the oversight of the Harmony Offices. 

Priority is on customer service and client contact via phone, electronically, and in person at each site to assure each office reflects the Harmony mission and to ensure the efficient operations of Harmony Mental Health, Inc.  

 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

 

  • Resolving Client issues  

  • Answering phones, scheduling client appointments and ensuring full clinical schedules  

  • Maintaining office cleanliness and comfort 

  • Communicate and provide proactive information concerning Client related issues to Chief Consumer Data Officer 

  • Provide support for Clinical teams and Social Services teams regarding Client inquiries 

  • Processing and delivering incoming/outgoing mail and forwarding to main office as needed  

  • Maintaining office supplies   

  • Collect Co-Payments and/or payments for outstanding balances 

  • Retaining documents and preparing Intake packets as needed  

  • Prepare and send Welcome letters and company information to Clients 

  • Other duties as assigned 

OPEN POSITION

THERAPIST (CHARLESTON OFFICE) - CLINICAL DEPARTMENT

To provide comprehensive, trauma-focused, professional and ethical mental health care to clients while representing Harmony’s mission statement.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsible for the provision of individual, group and family psychotherapy. Manages a caseload of outpatient clients and functions as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team. Specific tasks, duties and responsibilities outside of the general description of this position’s primary functions are assigned by the Director of Clinical Services, and/or Executive Staff in order to meet the needs of the individual client, specific program or of those within he agency.

  • Conducts individual, group and family psychotherapy in a manner consistent with ethical practices and within the skill level of the practitioner.

  • Provides services in office, in home, in school or via tele-health.

  • Conducts standard intake evaluations following agency guidelines, recommending

    therapeutic treatment.

  • Performs documentation activities in a timely and accurate fashion, adhering to

    Medicaid Standards, State and Local licensing laws, as well as, policy requirements in

    regard to agency formatting of documentation.

  • Works with staff, clients and others in a professional, cooperative, ethical, respectful

    and effective manner.

*Please note: Positions funded by grants may have additional responsibilities as required by funder.*

OPEN POSITION

SUPPORTIVE COUNSELOR - SUPPORTIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

To provide supportive counseling services in a variety of settings, by appropriately designated, trained and supervised staff. Supportive counseling should consistently augment other coordinated care services being provided by the agency and if possible, services being provided to the client by other agencies.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Responsible for the provision of supportive services to clients across settings. Functions as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team with Harmony, school and outside agencies. Specific tasks, duties and responsibilities outside of the general description of this position’s primary functions are assigned by the Director of Supportive Services, and/or Executive Staff in order to meet the needs of the individual client, specific program or of those within the agency.

 

  • Provide interventions that will assist the client explore newly developing skills as well as identifying barriers to implanting those skills that are related to achieving the objectives listed on the service plan.

  • Provide services that support/supplement another Behavioral Health service that is addressing the individual’s behavioral health needs.

  • Promote continued progress toward identified goals and to assist clients in their day-to-day behavioral and emotional functioning.

  • Keep current, consistent and accurate service plans for individual clients. Objectives of the service must be clearly identified and reviewed at a minimum of each 90 days and at every critical treatment juncture.

  • Other duties as assigned.

 

*Please note: Positions funded by grants may have additional responsibilities as required by funder.*