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Health Care | Dayton, OH | Full Time

Job Description



Join the InGenesis Team and provide services to the GREAT State of Ohio!

Within the Southern Ohio Correctional System and within their scope of practice, the LPCC  performs psychosocial interventions with clients, performs individual, family or group intervention, develops intervention goals & objectives designed to give education to clients who are having problems with resolution strategies and  functioning, participates in process of establishing, implementing & evaluating treatment system's goals & objectives, interviews clients & client's family to establish case goals &objectives, assesses clients & determines specific intervention techniques for clients & monitors client's responses to treatment systems & provides feedback on effectiveness of prescribed treatment, evaluates lower-level behavioral healthcare provider cases & client's progress resulting from prescribed treatment plans. Maintains necessary data documents to satisfy requirements of federal, state & local agencies, prepares data requiring social histories, admission/ aftercare summaries, court documents & completes forms required by law &/or department policy. Serves on treatment teams & program development teams, attends training meetings, intradepartmental meetings & court hearings & establishes & maintains working relationship with other facilities, agencies &support services in order to coordinate referrals & conduct follow-up services.


  • Master’s degree from a clinical mental health counseling program, clinical rehabilitation counseling program, or addiction counseling program accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs “CACREP
  •  Master’s degree from a CACREP-accredited mental health counseling program which meets the education requirements if it is conferred on or before January 1, 2018
  • LPCC-S or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervision Designation who is able to give training supervision to Licensed Professional Counselors registered as clinical resident, and counselor trainees. This is the only license type that can give training supervision to an LPC, LPCC or CT
  • LPCC-S shall have adequate training, knowledge, and skill to render competent clinical supervision and shall meet the criteria for work and training supervision
  •  LPCC-S is also able to supervise an MFT, LPC or LSW for work supervision; please note this type of supervision is not counted towards supervision training hours