Day Treatment Coordinator


40 hours per week 

Position Summary

The Day Treatment Coordinator is responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing the agency’s Day Treatment Program. Day Treatment services are offered for individuals in need of intensive intervention after psychiatric hospitalization. The Day Treatment Coordinator shall assist clients developing an individual treatment plan, implement necessary behavioral health interventions, assist in skill development, assist in managing behavioral health symptoms, and provide psycho-educational interventions. The Day Treatment Coordinator will manage the client’s progress in achieving goals in relation to the day treatment program and will work with the client to determine the clinical necessity for ongoing day treatment services. The Day Treatment Coordinator will provide for a transition of services for individuals entering or leaving day treatment services.  


Master’s Degree in social work or clinical counseling with licensure as an LISW, LSW, PC, or PCC in the State of Ohio.  Clinical training in the diagnosis and treatment of mental and emotional disorders.


2-4 years assessment and counseling experience in a community behavioral health setting.  Experience in working with the severely mentally disabled population in outpatient as well as crisis services preferred. Experience in planning and coordinating group activities, including day treatment programs preferred.


The Day Treatment Coordinator must demonstrate strong skills in applying counseling theory and technique as well as assessing mental and emotional disorders. They shall have the skills to develop appropriate treatment plans based upon needs presented by the consumer.  Day Treatment Coordinator shall have a working knowledge of community resources to which they can connect consumers in support of needs not addressed in counseling and group sessions.  They must have the ability to manage and track many tasks simultaneously as well as demonstrate flexibility, adaptability, collaboration, mediation, patience, and organization. Counselors shall be open to the individuality of others and able to establish professional rapport.  Demonstration of experience in planning, coordinating, and leading group treatment services.  Demonstration of strong oral and writing skills is critical to the role.  They must be able to effectively manage a caseload of consumers and strive to produce positive outcomes for those they serve.  Proficient in Microsoft Office products (Word and Excel).

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