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Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist

Job: 139329

Location: Alpine, CA

Facility: CA Alpine Special Trtmt

Type: Full-Time

Shift: Day 8 hour

Recruiter: Bonnie Alston


Compensation Information: $18 - $21 / hour

Why Wellpath

NOW is your moment to make a difference! Join our Wellpath family and make a difference everyday providing care to society’s most vulnerable and often overlooked individuals. Our team has the distinct honor and responsibility to show up with non-judgmental compassion to provide hope and healing to those who need it most. For those of you whose calling it is to serve others, you’ve come to the right organization. This is your moment not only to advance your career, but to join a mission that aligns with yours. We are Wellpath. We are the right people, striving to do the right thing. We will continue to create healthier communities — wherever we go, wherever we grow — one patient at a time.

About this role

The Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist (PSRS) is responsible for monitoring and communicating with clients diagnosed with severe psychiatric symptoms, providing rehabilitation services and groups under supervision, and assisting in crisis intervention. Additional responsibilities include assisting with the implementation of daily operations, conducting activities, providing clinical support, independent living and social skills education, ADL monitoring, and vocational rehabilitation. PSRS’s focus on helping individuals develop skills and access resources needed to increase their capacity to be successful and satisfied in the living, working, learning, and social environments of their choice.

In addition, the PSRS works with clients, their families, conservators, and internal and external stakeholders to address concerns or special needs that may arise during their course of treatment within the facility. The PSRS works directly with various members of the healthcare team, facility departments, and administration to solve problems that client, families, conservators, and stakeholders may have while ensuring compliance with department protocols, policies, guidelines, and facility standards.

What you bring to the table


  • Graduate from High School or GED (required).
  • Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, Behavioral Sciences, or related filed (preferred)


  • Minimum of (2) two years’ full–time experience, or its part–time equivalent, working in a mental health program serving persons with severe and persistent mental disabilities.
  • A bachelor’s degree with a major in psychology, social work or behavioral sciences may be substituted for the two (2) years of full-time work experience or its part-time equivalent.


  • Current CPR/BLS certification ()
  • Possession of a valid driver’s license as the position may require driving company vehicles. (Preferred)
  • CPI Certification (provided by the facility within first 90 days of employment).

What you will do


  • Provide services and interventions aimed at reducing symptoms/behaviors to promote the highest possible level of success for clients through restoration and maintenance.
  • Assist clients in education, work skills, social skills, coping skills, sobriety, or with other issues related to their diagnosis by obtaining skills to live independently or by preventing decompensation.
  • Accurately and clearly document identifying client symptoms or behaviors and interventions aimed at assisting clients with needs.
  • Problem solving, support, supervision, observation, and positive reinforcement of clients related to program and social activities
  • Assist clients in gaining and utilizing skills necessary to participate in community reintegration– educational groups, behavior control, social skills, communication skills, ADLs support, successful interpersonal behavior, and coping skills.
  • Involvement in the prevention of escalation, crisis intervention, decompensation and all necessary documentation following such events.
  • Monitor the safety and security of the treatment environment and take necessary action for client safety.
  • Report changes in client physical conditions/behaviors.
  • May engage in specialized programs, projects, and research impacting Program Department services and operations.
  • Participation in various committees and meetings and monthly multidisciplinary treatment teams with expectations of dissemination of information to clinical staff and direct care staff accordingly.

Wellpath is an EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability Employer

Our investment in you

  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance plan options
  • Time off & leave benefits
  • 401K
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Parental benefits
  • Perks and discounts
  • And more available here
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