The CPSA commits to providing and maintaining a safe and caring environment for our patients, their families, and our colleagues while promoting physical, emotional, psychological and cognitive wellbeing. The CPSA fulfills this purpose by:
Upholding a professional and compassionate demeanor Providing individualized, evidence-based, therapeutic interventions to address specific safety needs. Being an active member and contributor to the interdisciplinary team. Utilizing safe, timely, effective, equitable, efficient and patient-centered communication.
Education: High school diploma or equivalent required. Minimum of AS degree in health care, mental health or human services related field preferred.
Experience: Previous health care experience preferred. Pro-ACT crisis intervention training preferred.
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