• Psychiatrists (Bklyn, Staten Island)

    Job Locations US-NY-Staten Island
    Position Number
    Regular Full-Time
    FLSA Status
  • Overview

    ICL is looking for psychiatrists to join Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) and Intensive Mobile Treatment (IMT) teams in Brooklyn, the Bronx and Staten Island. These teams provide multidisciplinary recovery-oriented services to people with serious mental illnesses living in the community.  All team members make field visits to patients’ homes. Some teams are piloting integrated primary care with the Community Healthcare Network to provide a more holistic care experience for patients.  Full-time and part-time option are available, with a minimum commitment of two days per week. There may be an opportunity to combine these positions with some outpatient clinic hours as well.  


    ICL is a leading community behavioral health agency offering a diverse and expanding continuum of services, including:

    • an integrated health hub in East New York addressing primary and behavioral health care as well as the social determinants of health
    • assertive community treatment (ACT) teams and ACT-like models to provide mobile services to people with high behavioral health needs
    • a Personal Recovery Oriented Service (PROS) program promoting participants’ achievement of vocational, housing and relationship goals
    • shelter-based behavioral and primary health care
    • an array of supported housing models, from shelter to permanent housing, and including housing for people with developmental disabilities
    • health home (HH) and home and community based services (HCBS) – new models of care 

    ICL is a recognized leader in developing integrated health services in community behavioral health settings, and is developing capacity to provide trauma-informed collaborative care in primary care settings as well. This is an exciting time of change in our field, and psychiatrists are needed to offer leadership in developing best practices. Innovative programs at ICL include the Diabetes Co-morbidity Initiative, a self-management program implemented in 19 behavioral health agencies in NYC, and the Emerson-Davis Family Center, a unique housing program for parents with mental illness working on reunification with their children. Salary is competitive. Specialty board certification, particularly child psychiatry, and Spanish language skills are a plus. Our psychiatrists must demonstrate a recovery-oriented, trauma-informed and integrated approach to working with individuals and families.

    ICL supports candidates interested in participating in the integrated Nurse Practitioner fellowship.


    Please e-mail your CV to nsantiago@iclinc.net and feel free to contact Dr. Jeanie Tse at jtse@iclinc.org or 646-761-7436 with any questions.



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