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The Clinical Counsellor provides consultation, assessment, short term case management and brief intervention services on complex cases to individuals and families who present with and are affected by serious and persistent mental disorders and/or substance use; assesses referred clients and/or accepts the client for short term case management or makes referrals to other community services where appropriate. As part of the interdisciplinary shared care team, collaborates in the development of shared care plans and provides comprehensive case consultation and follow-up support on treatment decisions.
Provides client and family-centered care through a trauma-informed approach and evidence-informed practices; establishes a dignifying, purposeful and trusting relationship with clients, promoting self-determination and independence; encourages knowledge exchange in day-to day activities, and empowers clients and natural supports to engage and connect within their communities; ensures clients and their family members are supported in navigating the health care system.
Master's in Counselling Psychology, Social Work or other related discipline from an accredited educational institution. Eligible for registration with relevant professional association.
Two (2) years of recent related experience in community and/or hospital settings providing programs for individuals with mental health and substance use disorders, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.