Integrated behavioral health clinicians work in collaboration with primary care providers and interdisciplinary primary care team members to improve the health of the populations served at community health centers. This includes both working with individuals who are diagnosed with behavioral health conditions, and also populations who have chronic care conditions and unfavorable health behaviors, BHCs work via a stepped care approach to improve patient functioning using modalities appropriate to the primary care setting, and have expert knowledge on the specialty behavioral health services in the community to assure the continuum of care. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSNC-licensed, board-certified behavioral health clinician. One or more years of experience in patient care delivery/management, supervision, and administration. Strong problem-solving ability and comfort with the inherent stresses in fast-paced, primary care environments.Experience in integrative medicine highly desired; experience in medical field a must.
Licensure/Education Requirements: PhD or LCSW