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Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist

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PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION SPECIALISTS provide professional psychosocial rehabilitation, case management, and living skills training services for individuals and families; perform related work. Download this job description and modify using any word p

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									PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION SPECIALIST CLASS PURPOSE To provide professional psychosocial rehabilitation, case management, and living skills training services for individuals and families; perform related work. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES 1. Screening/intake/assessment. Typical responsibilities: analyzes and interprets client functional level; assesses client's independent living skills; assesses current environment problems and community support; determines client eligibility for services. 2. Planning and treatment. Typical responsibilities: develops service/treatment plans; conducts individual and group counseling; develops skills training programs; interacts with clients and families; teaches independent living skills and provides encouragement and advice on methods for maintaining appropriate behavior; develops community support; manages at-risk behavior and performs crisis intervention; may supervise paraprofessional staff. 3. Case management. Typical responsibilities: vi
								
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