Lyon Martin Health Services/Women's Community Clinic provides excellent health care to transgender and gender variant people, and to cisgender heterosexual women, bisexual women, lesbians and in a safe and compassionate environment, with sensitivity to sexual orientation, gender identity, race/ethnicity, immigration, and socioeconomic status. With a combined years of service of over 60 years, the clinic strives to improve the health and well-being of the communities we serve through quality care. We believe that client-centered care is essential to lifelong well-being and that all people deserve excellent health care. We work hard to ensure that each client feels comfortable and safe using their voice to direct the care they receive.
The Behavioral Health Therapist (BHT) is responsible for providing clinically and culturally competent outpatient mental health and substance use disorder services in a medical setting to clinic patients, including mental health assessments, brief behavioral interventions, psychosocial assessments, supportive short-term counseling/psychotherapy, limited long-term therapy, group therapy, substance use disorder treatment, and appropriate internal/external referrals. The BHT is expected to maintain a high degree of professional competence and the highest possible ethical standards, and to function as part of an integrated healthcare team. The BHT will utilize trauma-informed, gender-responsive, evidence-based, and harm reduction approaches. The BHT may be required to work evenings and weekends.