HealthPartners Psychotherapist - Pediatrics in St. Paul, Minnesota

Psychotherapist - Pediatrics Job ID:50846 Department:CO Behavioral Health City:St Paul, MN Location:HP - St Paul Como Clinic Position Type:Full-Time Anticipated Work Schedule:Monday-Friday. 8:00-4:30. Hrs/Pay Period:75 Job Description: HealthPartners has an exciting opportunity for a Psychotherapist in Pediatrics. This position is located at HealthPartners Como Clinic in St. Paul. It is a generalist behavioral health psychotherapy position working exclusively in the pediatric department. Services provided include assessment, diagnosing, establishing treatment plans and implementing ongoing psychotherapy services for children/adolescents/families presenting a broad range of problems/diagnosis. This position works collaboratively with the pediatrician group at this location. At HealthPartners, you'll find a culture where we live our values of excellence, compassion, integrity and most importantly, partnership. By working together, we will improve health and wellbeing, create exceptional experiences for those we serve and make care and coverage more affordable. ACCOUNTABILITIES: Provide direct care behavioral health services, including assessment, psychotherapy, group therapy, emergency services and crisis intervention to patients presenting with primary behavioral health problems. Provide coordination and continuity of care when multiple modalities of behavioral health care are required by patients, or when multiple providers are involved in the patient's care. Maintain communication with HealthPartners medical personnel and with outside professionals, agencies, and institutions as needed to coordinate the behavioral health care of patients. Provide day time emergency call coverage on a rotating basis. Maintain records and reports documenting all contacts with patients in accordance with departmental and professional standards. Provide case consultation to other HealthPartners behavioral health and medical staff, utilizing specialized skill and knowledge, such as knowledge of particular clinical issues, populations, treatment approaches and assessment methods. Actively manage his/her caseload in order to meet individual and team productivity goals. Be responsive to the needs of the patient population. Collaborate with other team members, service area members and management staff in planning most effective division of clinical work. Shift focus of practice according to changing needs of the department and patients. Participate as a member of an interdisciplinary team, of a service area, of a professional discipline, and of the department in various planning, program development, professional development and quality improvement activities. Participate in intra- and inter-departmental committees, task forces and projects, as requested by management. Provide training, clinical supervision and mentorship to other behavioral health staff, as requested by management. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Doctoral or Master's Degree in a recognized behavioral health discipline. Licensure at the Masters or doctorate level from the appropriate state board permitting the full scope of practice defined in the job description. Credentialing includes PhD, PsyD, or LICSW. Child and adolescent experience required. Two years of supervised clinical experience with a broad range of presenting problems and therapies, including solution focused brief therapy and cognitive behavior therapy. Experience and/or training in pain management techniques. Familiarity and ability to conduct diagnostic assessments. Background in both child and adult services. Position specific qualifications are attached when appropriate. HealthPartners, nationally acclaimed for providing outstanding patient care, offers a comprehensive benefits package. To see a complete job description and/or to apply for this position, please visit , and search for Job ID #50846. Additional Information: We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and d