All treatment team members are responsible to meet individual clients and families needs by developing healthy relationships, advocating for client and programs best interest, while encouraging client social, emotional, and intellectual growth through their work. Working in our Residential Treatment Center and Outpatient settings the APN’s primary responsibilities would be psychiatric assessment, medication monitoring and consultation. This position requires the ability to work collaboratively with clients, families and stakeholders. Attention to clients needs while working in a fast paced environment is a must.
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