Therapist/Case Manager

On-Site Service:

ACT Program

Reports To:

Division Manager

The Therapist reports to the Division Manager and clinical functions are under the leadership of the Team Leader. Assumes primary case responsibilities for adult individuals, families and groups; provides consultative services to community organizations and individuals, and performs related duties as may be requested.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Completes all assessments and reports required and assigned by supervisor or designated person.

• Provide individual and group psychotherapy.

• Implement crisis or provides intervention procedures.

• Obtain information pertaining to substance abuse and other illness and complete required assignments.

• Prepare and implement treatment plans.

• Document clinical activity through progress notes.

• Analyze and communicate client progress. Provide case management when clinically indicated.

• Utilize broad based insight and cognitive behavioral treatment approaches/interventions.

• Provide follow-up contacts with clients who do not respond to letters and telephone contacts.

• Complete terminations, death, and transfer summaries.

• Report documented clinical activities, registrations and terminations to the computer systems manager.

• Engage in teams and performance improvement activities.

• Perform in an interdisciplinary treatment team.

• Provide activities and services that meet client needs and generate revenues.

• Engage with chronically mentally ill/dual diagnosed clients in close contact circumstances on a daily basis.

• Formulate diagnosis and describe symptoms of mental illness.

• Observe and evaluate conditions, reactions and changes in the physical and mental condition of clients.

• Perform in the creation of a therapeutic milieu.

• Petition clients regarding hospitalization and notify significant others.

• Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

• Provide 1200 direct consumer contact hours per year.

Qualifications and Skills

• Knowledge of community mental health theory and practice.

• Knowledge and skills in working with mentally ill persons.

• Skills in variety of psychotherapy techniques.

• Ability to relate well with clients in target population.

• Ability to make use of community resources.

• Possess tact, integrity, and common sense.

• Knowledge of substance abuse and drugs commonly used by consumers.

Education / Experience

At a minimum, the completion of a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Rehabilitative Counseling, or Nursing (MSN with an RN), etc.

Credentialing / licensure

• Licensing or certification as a CSW, LLP, LPC, RN or fully licensed Psychologist.

• Possession of a current valid Michigan Chauffeur’s Driver’s License.

• Demonstrated ability to follow State of Michigan driving laws, evidenced by an insurable driving record.


Central City Integrated Health
17950 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, Michigan 48203