Adult Outpatient Programs provide the least restrictive level of care where adults may receive clinical interventions aimed at decreasing existing signs and symptoms. Outpatient treatment focuses on recovery, problem resolution, symptom reduction, stabilization and/or prevention of movement to a higher level of care. Treatment varies widely and depends upon the consumer’s presenting symptoms.
Documents in a timely fashion per AltaPointe policy.
Documents appropriate, complete, and clinically comprehensive mental health assessments.
Documents measurable and specific goals in the treatment plan.
Documents legibly and includes credentials with signatures.
Documents in a clear and concise manner, types of consumer problems, treatment goals addressed, services and techniques used.
Treats others with care, dignity and compassion.
Respects others’ privacy and confidentiality.
Assists others as needed.
Personal values don't inhibit ability to relate and care for others
Is pleasant, gentle and calm with others.
Is sensitive to others’ needs, expectations and individual differences.
Works in a cooperative manner with other AltaPointe employees and guests.
Actively participates in Performance Improvement activities.
Actively participates in AltaPointe committees as required.
Follows AltaPointe policies and procedures.
Accesses appropriate community resources according to consumer needs.
Completes assigned tasks in a timely manner.
Maintains requirements of license renewals, if applicable, and attends required in-services and workshops.
Utilizes the time keeping system, documenting time worked and Paid Time Off and signing off on time card according to AltaPointe’s policies.
Master’s degree in a mental health discipline. Knowledge in child, adolescent, and adult specialties.
23 years of age;
Valid driver’s license;
Successful completion of a practicum as part of the requirements for the degree or has six (6) months of post master’s level clinical experience supervised by a master’s level clinician with two years of postgraduate clinical experience.