Spiritual Service Providers
Bereavement CounselorMarch 13, 2019
Hawai'i Care Choices
Hilo, HI, United States
Provides and/or supervises supportive psychosocial and bereavement
services for the surviving families and the community-at-large via groups,
one-on-one sessions, and as a consultant to the Interdisciplinary Team.
Supports the hospice philosophy and team approach to provide, with other
members of the team, holistic care to the patient and family.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Works with Leadership and Interdisciplinary Team on bereavement
needs of patients per organization processes.
Assist the Clinical Leadership in managing the bereavement programs
utilizing professional staff and volunteers as appropriate to the service
Assesses psychological, social, and environmental needs of the family.
Care may be provided in the family's residence or the hospice office.
Provides counseling and social services, including but not limited to
counseling, grief processing, consultation, education, resource and
referral services based on the bereavement assessment and plan of
Skill & Knowledge Requirements:
Ability to exercise independent sound judgment in planning and
providing quality psychosocial care.
Possession of critical assessment and thinking skills.
Ability to provide unsupervised psychosocial services and support in
Self-motivation and ability to work independently as well as in
cooperation with the interdisciplinary team.
Interest and desire to give hospice care with a special sensitivity to the
needs of the dying.
Education & Experience Requirements:
A Masters degree in Social Work or an equivalent degree from an
accredited college or university. Minimum of two (2) years experience
in a specialty area similar to the hospice program of care.
Demonstrated clinical experience in the areas of life-threatening and
chronic illness, grief and loss, individual, family and group therapy
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Apply online: https://www.hawaiicarechoices.org/careers
- Attn: Lisa Milldrum