Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) - Telemedicine - North Carolina
The Opioid Epidemic is a public health crisis with a highly effective but underutilized clinical intervention - millions of Americans are physically dependent on Opioids but only 10% of those likely to have OUD actually access treatment. Bicycle Health addresses this gap by maximizing accessibility, affordability, and overall quality of care by enabling highly qualified clinicians to reach patients broadly and efficiently through our online platform.
The Therapist provides counseling and psychotherapy services including group and one on one sessions to patients offered via telehealth, and provides mental health and substance use care coordination.
What you'll do:
- Clinical Psychotherapy Services (Group and Individual Sessions).
- Complete biopsychosocial assessment to determine patient's mental health and substance use disorder needs and strengths.
- Address patients' concerns particularly during early treatment and periods of instability, track treatment response, and answer questions related to the treatment process.
- Provide brief individual and/or group-based treatment using evidence-based interventions such as motivational interviewing, relapse prevention, problem-solving treatment and CBT.
- Create individualized treatment plans together with patients using a strengths-based approach to establish goals for therapy as well as objectives to achieve those goals.
- Utilize standardized, evidence-based clinical measures to assess patients' symptoms and response to treatment.
- Evaluate and/or revise care plans as clinically appropriate and communicate updates as well as patient progress to relevant multi-disciplinary team members.
- Systematically track treatment response and clinical outcomes.
- Participate in biweekly multidisciplinary regional team meetings and behavioral health team meetings/case consultations.
- Case Management/Care Coordination.
- Coordinate care between patients, Bicycle Health providers, patients’ primary care providers and other specialty mental health services to facilitate effective patient-centered, team-based care.
- Facilitate referrals to community supports, including but not limited to, mental health/psychiatric care, primary care providers, or a higher level of SUD care (detox, residential treatment, PHP, IOP).
- Document all care coordination and resource provision in the EHR in a timely manner, and provide updates to multidisciplinary team members.
- All other duties as assigned.
What you'll need:
- Licensed in the state of hire as a LPC, LMFT, LMHC, LCSW or LICSW.
- Willingness/ability to apply for licensure in multiple states within your designated practice region.
- Master’s Degree in Social Work (or counseling, marriage and family therapy, depending on license type) from an accredited graduate-level program.
- Minimum 1 year of experience providing direct care for individuals diagnosed with Opioid Use Disorder/Substance Use Disorder, including individual and group-based psychotherapy.
- Proficiency in motivational interviewing, relapse prevention, problem-solving treatment, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
- Available to work 1-2 evenings per week.
- Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.
- Consistent access to a private work environment with high speed internet and professionally appropriate surroundings for frequent video conferencing and a workstation setup conducive to remote work needs.
Compensation and Benefits:
- Target Pay Range: $73,000 - $90,000 - Salary to be determined by the education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities of the applicant, internal equity, and alignment with market data.
- Health benefits (Medical, Dental and Vision).
- 3 weeks PTO, paid sick time, holiday pay, paid parental leave
- Talented and fun coworkers who are passionate about addiction treatment.
- The opportunity to be part of a mission driven company and make a difference in patients’ lives.
About Bicycle Health:
Bicycle Health is a telemedicine group that specializes in the evidence-based treatment of individuals with Opioid Use Disorder using buprenorphine. We’ve grown our clinical staff of medical providers caring for patients, across 28 states, and we employ a large ancillary staff for support with technologic and administrative needs, clinical and behavioral support, and care coordination. Our innovative model has achieved clinical outcomes that exceed expectations for standard-of-care in-person treatment nationally. Our mission is to increase access to high quality, affordable, convenient and confidential Opioid Use Disorder treatment for all.
Bicycle Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or any other basis forbidden under federal, state, or local law.