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Nurses and Allied Health

LCSW / CSW at White House Clinics

The Behavioral Health Provider at White House Clinics supports the behavioral health needs of patients served in the primary care offices through provision of clinical social work services, including screening and brief intervention, assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning and coordination, and monitoring of mental health needs. The Behavioral Health Provider offers a mix of traditional outpatient counseling services with onsite behavioral health consultation services. The Behavioral Health Provider serves as a member of the primary care team, available to serve all patients receiving primary medical, oral or behavioral health care in the clinic. This will include, but is not limited to, the assessment and treatment of individuals, families, and groups, as well as crisis intervention and engaging with patients as they present for primary care services. The Behavioral Health Provider will collaborate with other involved providers to achieve the best care for patients and will strive to promote whole person improvement of health outcomes. The Behavioral Health Provider under supervision will receive supervision from a licensed Behavioral Health Provider pursuant to 201 KAR 23:070 and will be required to remain under supervision until independently licensed. Learn more →
Nurses and Allied Health

LCSW / CSW at White House Clinics

The Behavioral Health Provider at White House Clinics supports the behavioral health needs of patients served in the primary care offices through provision of clinical social work services, including screening and brief intervention, assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning and coordination, and monitoring of mental health needs. The Behavioral Health Provider offers a mix of traditional outpatient counseling services with onsite behavioral health consultation services. The Behavioral Health Provider serves as a member of the primary care team, available to serve all patients receiving primary medical, oral or behavioral health care in the clinic. This will include, but is not limited to, the assessment and treatment of individuals, families, and groups, as well as crisis intervention and engaging with patients as they present for primary care services. The Behavioral Health Provider will collaborate with other involved providers to achieve the best care for patients and will strive to promote whole person improvement of health outcomes. The Behavioral Health Provider under supervision will receive supervision from a licensed Behavioral Health Provider pursuant to 201 KAR 23:070 and will be required to remain under supervision until independently licensed. Learn more →