The safety of our patients and staff is always BPC’s top priority. We continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation and are continually reviewing guidance from the state.
Since March 23rd 2020, our clinic site has been open on Wednesdays from 10am-3pm with limited availability.
Our plan is to expand our onsite services in the Fall of 2020 to meet the needs of those patients who we are not able to service through telehealth.
As changes occur, they will be posted here.
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Specifications for Clinician
Conducts and participates in the intake process to obtain information relevant to formulating a psychosocial evaluation and initial treatment plan goals.
Provides individual, crisis, group, couples and family psychotherapy to a caseload of patients ages 4 through the senior years. Caseload is comprised of multicultural patients with varying DSM V diagnoses, and presenting with high risk or low risk symptoms and behaviors.
Conducts intake evaluations and patient sessions as assigned to include ad hoc assignments.
Makes referrals to agencies and community resources as appropriate for the patients.
Implements the treatment plan by providing psychotherapy interventions and/or concrete services such as complex care management, crisis intervention services, and referrals to outside agencies/providers.
Utilizes data from PSYKES Medicaid database and/or evidence based tools such as the PHQ9, GAD7, CSSRS, etc. to drive clinical interventions.
Leads psychotherapy groups of up to 12 patients/members.
Confers and consults with members of the treatment team including the psychiatrist, clinical supervisor, and other professional and technical personnel in implementing a multi-disciplinary approach to patient care.
Plans for patient’s discharge from the clinic and/or aftercare.
Maintains appropriate case records on the EHR and prepares other letters and reports as required.
Participates in clinic initiatives to use evidence based practices to assess and treat disorders and symptoms such as Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, and Suicidal Ideations.
Participates in the collection of data for statistical reports as needed (i.e. – Patient Characteristics Survey, Notification of Hospitalization, ER Visits and 911 Calls).
Reports to the “State Central Registry of Child Abuse & Neglect” all cases of suspected child abuse or neglect.
Reports to the “Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs” all reportable Incidents. Submits Incident Reports to the Clinical Director for all internal and external incidents.
Maintains consistent communication with the treatment team, supervisor, leadership team and other staff via use of technology (Bleuler email, EHR messages and alerts, Voicemails).
Attends clinical supervision meetings weekly / as scheduled.
Attends staff trainings and workshops.
Attends staff meetings.
Other duties as assigned.
NYS Licensed Psychologist, Psychoanalyst, Social Worker (LCSW/ LMSW), Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT), Creative Arts Therapist (LCAT)
NYS Limited Permit in the above disciplines will be considered, contingent upon staff accruing clinical hours for licensure.
Knowledge working with mental illness in children, adolescents, and the adult population.
Electronic Health Record experience
Comfort in using Microsoft Word, Email, Internet, and typing of documents.
Knowledge of the Office of Mental Health Part 599 regulations, and directives for licensed Article 31 clinics.
Knowledge of and adherence to Bleuler Psychotherapy Center guidelines, policies and procedures.
Ability to provide case management and/or crisis services and psychotherapy to patients in need of mental health services.
Responsible, organized, and efficient. Able to work independently to meet deadlines and complete tasks.
Ability to perform in a team approach and accomplish multiple assignments.
Skill to communicate effectively in writing and verbally, and to listen actively.
Community minded, patient, creative, flexible, compassionate, and culturally sensitive to persons who are diagnosed with a mental illness.
Ability to deal tactfully and diplomatically with other Bleuler Psychotherapy Center employees, Federal, State, and City officials, professional and technical groups, patients, and the general public.
Reports to the assigned Clinical Supervisor
Accountable to the Clinical Director and Compliance Coordinators on matters of documentation, adherence to Bleuler policies and procedures, patient complaints and patient care coordination.
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Bleuler’s Safety Precautions in Effect during the Pandemic
We continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation and review guidance from the CDC, Office of Mental Health, and New York Department of Health. As we continue to expand our onsite service delivery in the fall, our office is taking the following precautions to protect our patients and help slow the spread of the Coronavirus:
Office seating in the waiting room and in therapy/testing rooms has been arranged for appropriate physical distancing.
Our staff and patients will wear masks.
Our staff maintains safe distancing.
Restroom soap dispensers are maintained, and everyone is encouraged to wash their hands.
Hand sanitizers that contain at least 60% alcohol are available in the offices, the waiting room, and in dispensers on the walls.
We schedule appointments at intervals to minimize the number of people in the waiting room.
We ask all patients to wait in their cars or an safe, outside area until no earlier than 5 minutes before their appointment times.
Credit card machines, pens and other areas that are commonly touched are thoroughly sanitized after each use.
Magazines are removed in the waiting room to prevent further contamination.
The water cooler is removed, and dispensable water bottles will be provided instead upon request.
Physical contact is not permitted (i.e. shaking hands, hugging).
Tissues and trash bins are easily accessed. Trash is disposed of on a frequent basis.
Common areas are thoroughly disinfected at the end of each day.