Medacs are working closely with a not for profit organisation based in the ACT. They are looking to have either a General Registered Psychologist, a Mental Health Accredited Social Worker, or a Mental Health Occupational Therapist to join their dedicated team in supporting young people aged 12-25 years two days a week.
This role has a telehealth aspect however the ideal candidate would live a commutable distance as face to face sessions are still a requirement. You must have a Medicare provider number for billing purposes, and you receive 100% of the billings - paid per client that you see.
This role will see you working with young people aged 12-25, and their support systems to identify their support needs, goals and to develop collaborative care plans.
Your duties will include however are not limited to:
- Provide person centered and strength based support to young people aged 12-25 experiencing mild to moderate mental health issues
- Delivering focused psychological services as a part of a multi-disciplinary team
- Assessment and diagnosis of mental health disorders
- Liaise with external service providers to maximise care outcomes for consumers
- Overall striving to improve health, social and vocational/educational outcomes for young people
To be considered for this role:
- Tertiary qualifications in Social Work, Psychology and Mental Health Occupational Therapist
- General Registration with AHPRA (where applicable)
- Eligible for or a member of AASW (where applicable)
- Mental Health accreditation (where applicable)
- Medicare Provider number
What's in it for you?
- Flexible work arrangements - working from home
- Continuous learning and development opportunities
- Multidisciplinary and supportive team
If you are interested in this position and would like to know more, please click 'Apply Now' and follow the prompts. Alternatively, you can contact Jade on 02 4945 6204 for further information and a confidential discussion.
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