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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Mental Health Counselor.
The HOPE Consortium (Hemodialysis Opioid Prescription Effort) is looking for an experienced mental health worker to serve as a study interventionist for a large federally funded study aiming to reduce pain and opioid use in patients with renal disease being treated with hemodialysis.
Deliver multiple cohorts of a 12-week cognitive and behavioral tele-health program that will focus on reducing pain. The pain coping skills training will be delivered one-on-one using a video-based platform to Spanish- and English-speaking hemodialysis patients at various academic medical study sites across the country. The interventionist will receive specialized and manual-based training and will additionally receive ongoing weekly supervision and oversight by experts in the field of pain coping skills.
Responsible for maintaining study records (e.g., session notes, tracking and documenting adverse events, etc.)
Assist with other study-related tasks (e.g., engaging in ongoing communication with study participants to improve rapport and improve participant retention) as needed.
To qualify you must have a Masters level mental health provider (social work, psychology, counseling), a minimum of 3 years of experience post-Masters degree, Bi-lingual (fluent in Spanish-English) required.
Experience working with chronic medical conditions is preferred.
The successful candidate will also have excellent people skills, timely documentation, ability to follow a protocol and intervention manual, and function as part of a multidisciplinary clinical and research team.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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