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AS PART OF THE CLINICAL TEAM YOU WILL PROVIDE CARE TO PEOPLE WHO ARE EXPERIENCING A WIDE RANGE OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ISSUES. SERVICES FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN INCLUDE PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATION, MEDICATION MANAGEMENT, CRISIS INTERVENTION, AND CLINICAL CONSULTATION TO THE TREATMENT TEAM. AS A PSYCHIATRIC CARE PRACTITIONER, YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:
Providing psychiatric services which includes the following: provision of a full behavioral health (including health) assessment; diagnosis; treatment recommendations; treatment planning; treatment; and follow up planning.
Participating in shared decision making with the client and the clinical team
Providing inspiring care that is person-centered, trauma-informed, culturally competent, and outcomes driven.
Psychiatric Care Practitioner will work FT between three locations: Borough Park, Crown Height, Brownsville
The Brownsville clinic is an Infant Mental Health setting that works primarily with children ages 0-7 and their families. Knowledge of infant mental health, child development, and the protective vs. risk factor framework is preferred.
Borough Park and Crown Heights clinics provide behavioral health services to individuals of all ages and their families. The clinics are community based programs and serve all members of the community, with a particular focus on the local Orthodox Jewish communities.
A Medical degree with a license to practice psychiatry in the State of New York or Licensure as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and be ANCC eligible.
A current DEA registration for prescribing controlled substances.
NYS OPRA status and a Health Commerce Account at the onset of employment.
Specialization with children and adolescents