Therapist - LCSW (LCPC considered for certain positions) in Kalispell, MT for Logan Health (2023)


The current:28 Mar 23

Location:Kalispell, Montana

Typ:full time


Services for children and young people


Mental Health/Social Services

school counseling


hospital, public and private

Required Education:


Additional Information:

4 places free.

Internal Number:req2364

Nestled on the edge of Glacier National Park, against a backdrop of one of the most beautiful places on earth, Logan Health offers an opportunity like no other. At Logan Health, we are committed to providing a mobile environment and offer regular opportunities for training, administrative support and peer counseling across our network of therapists in a variety of specialties and settings. As leaders in behavioral strategy, programs and outreach, we can provide you with a unique set of tools to care for our communities.

We have vacancies for therapists in different settings:

School Therapist - LCPC or LCSW

Primary Care Clinics – Must be LCSW

Center for Inpatient Behavioral Health – LCPC or LCSW

Pediatric Outpatient Clinic - LCPC or LCSW


  • Masters in social work, psychology or a related counseling field is required.
  • Current Montana LCSW license required (or prior to retirement date)*LCPC accounts for school and child behavior and ambulatory health.
  • Current CPR certification is required for certain areas.
  • Have knowledge of evidence-based practice and experience in assessment, crisis assessment, brief therapies and preferred clinical case management.
  • Ability to analyse, intervene and evaluate a variety of psychosocial theories and methods applicable to the areas assigned.
  • Possess knowledge of cultural, ethnic, social, historical and spiritual issues relevant to the delivery of mental health care, depending on the preferred areas assigned.
  • Additional requirements according to the assigned areas:
    • At least two (2) years of experience in mental health or substance abuse treatment programsAbuse.
    • You have practical knowledge in: Psychiatry, psychology, social work and/or education.
    • Successfully completed de-escalation training within one (1) year of employment.
    • Experience and/or knowledge of behavioral disorders and treatment modalities.
  • Excellent organizational skills, detail-oriented, initiative, critical thinking, prioritizing and able to work both in a team and independently.
  • Commitment to working in a team environment and maintaining confidentiality where required.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate effectively with diverse audiences.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to manage sensitive and confidential situations with tact, professionalism and diplomacy.
  • Possess and maintain computer skills to include working knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite and ability to learn other software as needed.

Job specific tasks:

  • Check supplier references and ensure ongoing liaison with stakeholders in specific areas where appropriate.
  • Conducts initial and comprehensive assessments, including diagnostic assessment, risk assessment, behavioral systems, care needs, and other information needed to determine appropriate treatment for specific areas.
  • Acts as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team, providing counseling and educational services appropriate to specific areas.
  • Coordinates patient transitions to services and discharges from treatment, as appropriate, for designated areas. Coordinates care, intake and/or referrals with appropriate stakeholders based on assigned area.
  • Completes progress notes and EMR documentation for services provided to the patient per department protocol and for designated areas as appropriate.
  • As applicable for designated areas: Provides individual, group, and family therapy, clinical case management, and outreach services to meet patients' treatment, wellness, and recovery goals; Participates in the development of individual and/or group treatment plans using a variety of brief psychotherapeutic, psychosocial, and/or psychoeducational modalities.
  • Provides crisis management for designated areas where appropriate.
  • Works with medical, clinical, and support teams to organize, mobilize, utilize, and coordinate a wide range of community resources that effectively address identified patient and family needs according to designated areas.
  • Acts as a patient advocate and, where appropriate, liaison with physicians and other healthcare professionals in designated areas.
  • Compliance with legal and regulatory laws, reporting and standards of practice within the practice.
  • As applicable for designated areas: performs usage verification, pre-certification, concurrent verification, and retrospective verification functions; completes data collection, recalls and identified metrics; analyzes data, presents information, identifies trends and makes recommendations; maintains databases and analysis of approvals, appeals, etc.
  • The core roles above are representative of the most important responsibilities in this role.Classification.Specific duties and responsibilities may vary based on departmental needs. Other roles similar to those above may be assigned according to the knowledge, skills and abilities required for the position. Not all roles can be assigned to a position.

Ensure regular and consistent attendance as planned by department management.

Logan Health offers competitive compensation and is proud to offer a range of benefits to its team members.

  • A 401,000 savings plan that offers employer contributions of up to 6% of the employee contribution of 3% of qualifying income. To participate in the plan, the employee must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Difference payment for afternoons, evenings and weekends
  • Health, Dentistry and Vision
  • Employer-provided life insurance equal to annual base salary up to a maximum of $50,000
  • Voluntary life and disability insurance
  • Options in the event of serious illness and a voluntary accident
  • Flexible spending account that allows employees to pay for qualified healthcare and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars
  • Paid time off for full-time or part-time employees
  • vacation pay
  • Education Assistance Program with up to $3,000 in annual support for accredited education programs
  • Child care on site for children aged 6 weeks to 6 years
  • Employee mentoring program with free employee and family counseling, up to four sessions per plan year
  • Employee wellness program with wellness training, courses, wellness incentives and more
  • Membership fee waiver and half discount on Logan Health gym membership
  • continuing education credits

Notice of pre-employment appraisal requirements

If you receive a job offer, please note that all offers are conditional on passing a recruitment assessment, which includes:

  • examination

  • reference checks

  • drug detection

  • health checks and vaccinations

  • Physical Needs Review/Assessment

Equal employment opportunities

Logan Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA/M-F/Vet/Disability). We encourage all qualified individuals to apply for a position. We do not discriminate against any candidate or employee based on protected veteran status, race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, disability or any other basis protected by applicable law. If you require accommodation to complete the application, testing or interview process, please notify Human Resources.

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