PIW is committed to improving the behavioral health care within our community by going beyond the traditional.Â We will continue to develop diverse and dynamic treatment programs and establish partnerships with others to understand and serve people where they live.Â Together we will build upon our strengths and human spirit to create a different future.
We will deliver the highest quality behavioral health care services to the patients at PIW in a responsible, reliable, and cost-effective manner.
We will be responsive, sensitive, and professional in all our relationships.
We will be a leader in providing a continuum of behavioral health care services in the Washington area.
We will practice good corporate stewardship within our community.
We will pursue growth while being mindful of the economic realities necessitated by being an independent organization.
We will treat all employees and staff of PIW fairly.
Provides direct patient care to children, adolescents, and adults from the ages of 5-65+ that is congruent with the philosophy and standards of practice defined by the social work department.Â Conducts psychosocial assessments, case management activities, family interventions, and disposition planning as needed.Â Promotes and participates in referral development activities.Â Manages a full caseload in an organized and effective manner.
Knowledge of the principles and practices of social work.
Knowledge of normal and abnormal human development and its impact upon physical, emotional, and behavioral development.
Ability to assess and evaluate socio-psychological data to compile and complete assessments, treatment planning, and discharge planning.
Ability to perform individual, family, group, and crisis intervention techniques for children, adolescents, adults, and family members.
Ability to function as a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team.
Ability to responsibly exercise independent judgment in assigned duties.
Ability to establish and maintain a therapeutic relationship with family members of patients for the purpose of support, education, guidance, and communication of the treatment plan.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.