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Type: Career Opportunities

Teacher

Employer/Practice: Oregon College of Oriental Medicine
Address: 75 NW Couch Street, Portland, OR 97209
Phone number: (503) 253-3443
Email Address: amber.appleton@ocom.edu
Web Address: http://www.ocom.edu

Job/practice location

Portland, OR

About the Employer

The mission of Oregon College of Oriental Medicine is to transform health care by educating highly skilled and compassionate practitioners, providing exemplary patient care, and engaging in innovative research within a community of service and healing.

Job Description

Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) is seeking a qualified individual to teach two sections of Behavioral Health: Assessment and Case Management, a two-credit course that meets for two hours per week in Fall 2017. Students in this course are in their final year of the master’s program and treating patients in our internship clinic. This course seeks to provide students with the clinical tools to effectively assess and manage behavioral health cases that present in a Chinese medicine clinical setting. Students will learn basic case management skills and best practices for assessing and professionally documenting patient complaints of depression, suicidal ideation, anxiety, personality disorders, PTSD, alcohol and drug addiction, and associated features of these disorders such as domestic violence. In addition, students will learn when to refer patients to other providers for evaluation and treatment, and acquire the basic knowledge and skills to co-manage complex behavioral health cases as part of a collaborative care team.

Qualifications

Education and Experience Required: Master’s or doctoral level degree in clinical psychology, psychiatry or social work (MD, PhD, MSW); LCSW with significant clinical experience will be considered Ideal candidate is a licensed acupuncturist with one of the above degrees CADC level II or higher certification helpful A minimum of two years’ clinical experience with no sanctions against license essential; five or more years clinical experience preferred

Short Description

Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) is seeking a qualified individual to teach two sections of Behavioral Health: Assessment and Case Management, a two-credit course that meets for two hours per week in Fall 2017.

How to contact

To Apply: E-mail cover letter and CV/resume (.pdf format only) to HR@ocom.edu. In your cover letter, please answer the question, "How would this position at OCOM fit with your long-term professional goals?" Email: amber.appleton@ocom.edu

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