Performs comprehensive diagnostic and clinical assessments and interpret data to formulate a DSM IV TR diagnosis and collaborate in the formulation of treatment/service/discharge plans. Develops and implements treatment strategies to engage, stabilize, support and motivate patients and families in a racially, culturally and gender sensitive manner. Provides clinical case management services, including but not limited to: advocacy, receipt of entitlements, referral and linkage to medical and community services, follow-up, outreach and coordination of service delivery. Documents services provided to patients and families and maintain medical records in accordance with established governing standards in a timely, legible, accurate and complete manner. Demonstrate the ability to conduct various therapeutic treatment modalities:� individual, family, group psychotherapy and/or psycho-education. Demonstrates knowledge and provide patients and families education on major psychotropic medications and their side effects. Provides crisis intervention/stabilization and aggressive behavior management to patients and families� in a safe, culturally and gender specific manner. Recognizes, evaluates and develops interventions to address signs of abuse, neglect and domestic violence for all ages and report incidents to the proper authorities. Provides clinical consultation in areas of expertise to hospital staff members and supervise staff and students, when applicable. Meets all required competencies for department, unit and/or hospital. Responsible for performing all other duties as assigned.