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The Cohen Clinic is a part of the Cohen Veterans Network (CVN) and provides high quality mental health care for Veterans and military family members in Philadelphia and the tristate area, with a focus on the post-9/11 military community. Care is delivered in an evidenced-based, state-of-the-art program, offering a full range of behavioral health services.

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The Cohen Clinic at Penn is seeking a full-time Care Coordinator. The Care Coordinator will serve as an active member of our care team, directly supporting clients in establishing and navigating care, maintaining a timely and accurate health record, and taking the lead on data entry, cleaning, and management for program evaluation initiatives. This role is perfect for emerging professionals who care about giving back and serving diverse communities.

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The Care Coordinator will serve as an active member of our care team, directly supporting clients in establishing and navigating care, maintaining a timely and accurate health record, and taking the lead on data entry, cleaning, and management for program evaluation initiatives.

Under the supervision of the Assistant Director and in collaboration with the Intake Coordinator and Case Manager, the Care Coordinator will complete structured clinical and diagnostic phone interviews, coordinate initial evaluations, and maintain timely and appropriate documentation to support our growing client base. They will participate in weekly interdisciplinary clinical team meetings, team meetings, and engage in training on evidence-based practices, military cultural competence, and more.

The Care Coordinator will assume primary responsibility for maintaining accurate entry of intake data for clinical use and quality initiatives. Finally, the Care Coordinator will serve as second backup for our Client Services Associate, providing the highest quality of care to clients, new referrals, and other stakeholders by greeting and orienting clinic visitors and callers, facilitating check ins, etc. 

The population treated at the Cohen Clinic is multicultural and diverse, including with respect to race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability, and socioeconomic status. Team members serve underserved groups of veterans and service members, including women veterans and LGBTQ+ and family members. Accordingly, applicants with experience and/or interest in multicultural/diversity issues in and working with diverse populations would be a good fit for the position. Interested staff also have the opportunity to engage in a Racial Equity Working Group that meets monthly, ongoing consultation with external facilitators, and staff-driven initiatives to continuously improve racial equity, accessibility, and safety for our team and all we serve.

The Cohen Clinic is currently operating on a hybrid schedule with 1-2 days of remote work available to all team members.  Position requires one evening per week until 7pm and some additional non-standard hours per client needs (e.g., occasional mornings at 8am).

 

Qualifications

  • Minimum of a high school diploma and 3-5 years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience required.
  • Bachelors degree in psychology or a related field preferred.
  • Experience in a healthcare setting or research lab preferred.
  • Must pass Pennsylvania Child Protective Services Act (also known as Act 73) background checks, within 30-90 days of employment.
  • Experience in the military, experience working with veterans or military service members, or demonstrable interest in serving this community is strongly preferred.
    • Veterans, service members and military family members are strongly encouraged to apply and are invited to note their military connection in their cover letter, if desired.
  • Experience working with, or demonstrable interest in serving, diverse communities is strongly preferred.
    • Individuals who identify as BIPOC or as a part of historically under-represented groups, are strongly encouraged to apply and are invited to identify their culture, identity, or background in their cover letter, if desired.

The Staff Therapist will provide psychodiagnostic assessments, with feedback, and treatment planning and/or referrals as appropriate.  They will provide evidence-based psychotherapy to clients with a range of presenting concerns, including with adults, children, adolescents, parents, and families.  The Staff Therapist will maintain documentation of assessments and treatment interventions.

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The Staff Therapist will provide psychodiagnostic assessments, with feedback, and treatment planning and/or referrals as appropriate.  They will provide evidence-based psychotherapy to clients with a range of presenting concerns, including with adults, children, adolescents, parents, and families.  The Staff Therapist will maintain documentation of assessments and treatment interventions.

Additionally, this position will have opportunities for professional development, including weekly interdisciplinary consultation sessions and clinical trainings provided at Penn Medicine and through the Cohen Veterans Network.  They may provide psychotherapy supervision to clinicians in training and will support ongoing quality improvement and program evaluation initiatives as part of our practice.

The population treated at the Cohen Clinic is multicultural and diverse with respect to race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status. Clinicians have the opportunity to treat underserved groups of veterans, including women veterans and LGBTQ+ veterans and family members. Accordingly, applicants with training, experience, or interest in multicultural/diversity issues in case conceptualization and treatment and working with diverse populations would be a good fit for the position. Interested staff also have the opportunity to engage in a Racial Equity Working Group that meets monthly to continue to advance racial equity within the clinic, as well as for those we serve.

The Cohen Clinic is currently operating on a hybrid schedule with 1-2 days of work from home currently available. Training in telehealth and remote work will be provided as needed. Position requires two evenings per week until 7pm and some additional non-standard hours per client needs (e.g., occasional mornings at 8am).

Required Qualifications:

  • Counseling Psychologist B:
    • Master's Degree in Psychology or Social Work with 3 to 5 years of experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
  • Counseling Psychologist C:
    • Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral degree required in Psychology or Social Work with 3 to 5 years of experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.  
  • Both levels:
    • Must be licensed in the State of Pennsylvania. Licensure in New Jersey and/or Delaware is a plus.
    • NJ or DE licensure required within the first year of employment (with reimbursement for related expenses).
    • Experience delivering evidence-based care strongly preferred.
    • Experience in the military or working with military service members and racially and ethnically diverse populations is strongly preferred. Veterans, service members, military family members, and those who identify as BIPOC are strongly encouraged to apply.
    • Must pass Pennsylvania s Child Protective Services Act (also known as Act 73) background checks, within 30-90 days of employment.

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