Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at The Jewish Board, Harry Blumenfeld Counseling Center

Job description

Seeking an Child- Adult Psychiatrist,, who is responsible for providing psychiatric services and care to the agency’s clients, which includes the following: provision of a full behavioral health (including health) assessment; diagnosis; treatment recommendations; treatment planning; treatment; and follow up planning. The practitioner also provides clinical consultation to agency non-medical staff, is the signature of record for all treatment planning, and participates in the learning environment of the program. Welcoming and inspiring care is provided in collaboration with clients using a recovery-based lens and is person-centered, trauma-informed, culturally competent, outcomes driven.

Benefits $250,000 — $254,000 401k , Defined pension plan
The Jewish Board, Harry Blumenfeld Counseling Center

The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services has been a trailblazer in treating social problems for more than 110 years. Today, The Jewish Board is the largest human services agency in New York City, serving over 43,000 New Yorkers annually from all religious, ethnic, and economic backgrounds through a comprehensive range of 175 community-based programs, residential facilities, and day-treatment centers.

Our work is built upon the professionalism of 3,300 employees, including professional social workers, licensed psychologists, and psychiatrists, as well as a cadre of clinical support personnel in continuing day treatment and residential treatment centers. A corps of 2,000 dedicated volunteers work with our staff to help ease the burdens that strain and disrupt lives.

The Harry Blumenfeld Counseling Center provides help for people who are struggling with a wide range of emotional and social problems. Services for adults and children include evaluation and assessment, medication management, crisis intervention, time-effective and ongoing individual, couple, family, and group therapy, and loss and bereavement services for children and their caregivers. Staff fluent in Spanish are also available.

More about this facility
Candidate Requirements New York Candidates must be board certified/eligible. In-person interview Spanish is preferred • A Medical degree with a license to practice in the State of New York including up to date status. • A current DEA registration for the prescribing of controlled substances. • Must have NYS OPRA (Ordering/Prescribing/Referring/Attending) status and a Health Commerce Account at the onset of employment. • The former is needed to prescribe to clients with Medicaid; the latter is needed to adhere to NYS I-STOP law. • Experience with children/adolescents is required and settings and language competency for the population served may also be required.
Clinical Workload — Outpatient This job consists of outpatient clinical work.