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Adult Intake Psychotherapist-SSM Dean Medical Group-Fish Hatchery Clinic, Madison, WI
Psychotherapy | WI-SSM Health Dean Medical Group Sun Prairie | Sun Prairie, WI | Req #: R37990
SSM Health Dean Medical Group is searching for a master’s prepared Adult Psychotherapist to join our experienced and cohesive behavioral health team consisting of 14 Psychiatrists and over 30 Psychotherapists (Masters Therapists and Psychologists) focused on providing quality mental health support to a diverse patient panel of adults in an outpatient setting.  This position is based in our Fish Hatchery clinic located in Madison, WI. This provider will split time between two roles at 50% each: (a) intake clinician, providing clinical assessment, triage and brief interventions to newly referred patients not yet established in psychiatric services, and (b) adult therapist, providing psychotherapy services to a broad adult clientele with a range of medical, social, emotional and behavioral concerns.

The right individual has excellent assessment/diagnostic, triage, crisis stabilization & psychotherapy skills. Experience with multiple modalities consistent with evidence-based practice including CBT and provision of psycho-therapeutic groups.
  • 32 patient minimum contact hours
  • M-F workweek
  • Based in Madison (Fish Hatchery Clinic) with Telehealth options
  • 1st year guaranteed salary
  • Adult generalist therapy mixed with adult intake clinical assessments
  • Adult patient panel
  • Psycho-educational group therapy
  • Rotation of night/weekend telephone call schedule

Requirements:
  • Master’s degree in mental health field
  • Completion of 3 years post graduate experience (3,000 hours) with at least 5 years of adult therapy and clinical intake experience
  • Active WI License
  • LMFT, LPC, LCSW
  • Experience using CBT therapy and facilitating psycho-educational group therapy

Benefits:
Comprehensive benefit package exclusively designed for healthcare providers including annual CME dollars, guaranteed salary for your first year, vacation/CME time allotments, and 401K multi-funded account are just a few of our generous offerings.

Dean SSM Overview
Dean Medical is a multi-specialty group which is a for-profit subsidiary of SSM Health consisting of over 700 physicians spread amongst 25 clinics in the 18 counties of south-central WI. SSM Health is an integrated delivery network with our own health plan located right here in Madison allowing greater coordination of care between provider and payor.

Qualifications
FUTURE - Certified Advanced Practice Social Worker (CAPSW) within 1 month - Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services, FUTURE - Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) within 30 months - State of Work Location, FUTURE - Licensed Marital and Family Therapist (LMFT) within 30 months - State of Work Location, FUTURE - Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) within 30 months - State of Work Location, FUTURE - Professional Counselor Training License (LPC-IT) within 1 month - Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services, FUTURE - Social Worker Training Certificate (SWTC) within 1 month - Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services

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