Under general supervision, the Behavioral Health Therapist provides mental health and substance abuse prevention, intervention, and aftercare services to American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) children, youth and families that are eligible to receive counseling services through Denver Indian Health and Family Services (DIHFS). The Behavioral Health Therapist reports directly to the Behavioral Health Program Manager.
The Behavioral Health Therapist is responsible for evaluating, assessing, and diagnosing clients and provision of individual, couples, group, and family therapy, according to individualized treatment plans developed in coordination with agency, community treatment teams, and the client(s). Evidence and culture based services, provided by the Behavioral Health Therapist, support the psychological well-being and self-sufficiency of our clients. The clinician will provide services at DIHFS offices and in a variety of community settings.