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COMPENSATION $78,000 - $85,000 + Full Benefits

PROGRAM Hamilton Transitional Housing | 1631 Hayes St, San Francisco, CA 94117

REPORTS TO Family Services Manager

WORK SCHEDULE Monday and Thursday 11:30 am- 8:00 pm; Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9:30 am- 6:00 pm

STATUS Full-Time

CLASSIFICATION Exempt

UNION REPRESENTATION Non-Union

Hamilton Families

Our mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco's leading service provider to homeless families, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness. We currently operate these programs across six sites in San Francisco and Oakland. For more information, visit www.hamiltonfamilies.org.

Program and Position Overview

Hamilton Families Transitional Housing in the North of Panhandle neighborhood houses and supports 20 families at high risk for chronic homelessness for up to 18 months. Families receive intensive social services to identify and address factors contributing to their homelessness to enable them to return to stable, independent housing and economic self-sufficiency. The program provides case management, employment readiness activities, job retention support, intensive housing search support and substance abuse recovery support.

This position will provide direct mental and behavioral health support to children, youth, adults and families who are residing at the Transitional Housing program or participating in the afterschool program on-site (Hamilton Out of School Time- HOST). This position works closely with Family Treatment Court of the Superior Court of San Francisco and Family & Children’s Services to support families who are in recovery and have child welfare involvement.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

• Provides behavioral health, individual therapy services and recovery support to adults, families, children and youth

• Provide individual trauma recovery and family crisis intervention services to program participants

• Facilitate educational and therapeutic support groups on topics including mental health education, stress-reduction, child development, substance use and parenting support among others

• Participate in all weekly staff meetings, case conferences and trainings as required

• Coordinate services with other staff as part of a multi-disciplinary team

• Act as a liaison between Hamilton Families and SF Family Treatment Court and other partners as necessary

• Provide mental health consultation and training to staff

• Build out mental health internship program to provide direct service to youth participating in HOST

• Provide weekly clinical supervision to interns

• Maintain all necessary records related to participant care and administrative requirements

• Other duties as assigned

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities

• Must be CA Licensed LCSW or LMFT (registered with the Board of Behavioral Sciences or Board of Psychology)

• Must meet the requirements for providing clinical supervision as set forth by the CA Board of Behavioral Sciences

• At least two years of experience providing clinical therapeutic services to children, youth, adults and families

• Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology and/or Counseling required.

• Familiarity with systems of Child Welfare, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Recovery and Homeless services

• Knowledge and experience working with families and youth who have experienced trauma

• Experience working with adults impacted by substance use disorders and knowledge of recovery models and best practices

• Knowledge and experience of Harm-Reduction and Trauma-Informed Care

• English/Spanish language capacity, highly preferred

• Knowledge of and sensitivity to the needs of families experiencing homelessness; able and willing to work with diverse staff and clients.

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

• Proficient in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook, etc.

• CPR and First Aid certification required within first six months of hire.

• Essential job functions include using a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal; ability to follow reasonable ergonomic accommodations; sit and stand for long intervals; reach, bend, lift, and carry up to 40 pounds depending on position; and walk up and down stairs several times a day.

• Criminal background check, fingerprint imaging, TB (Tuberculosis) clearance, and documentation required post offer.

Compensation and Benefits

Great benefits: Hamilton Families (HF) offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. Employees also have the chance to earn up to $180 per calendar year for participating in various wellness activities and can participate in partnership discounts with various YMCA and 24-Hour Fitness locations. Additionally, HF offers tax-deductible commuter benefits that can be applied to public transit, parking, and ride sharing services like Lyft Line and Uber pool.

Growth and leadership opportunities: The work at HF is designed for individuals to follow their passions and commitment to community. HF takes professional development seriously and offers coaching and training opportunities at every level. We also offer a $1,000 tuition reimbursement to employees each year (after 12 months of employment) and offer dozens of internal and external trainings for staff at every level annually. 

Time off: HF employees enjoy generous benefits including 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation and 2 weeks of sick time per year.  

Long-term benefits: HF offers an employer-matched 403(b) retirement plan, tuition reimbursement, and other great long-term benefits!

Application Procedure

• Click the blue “Apply” button above to apply via Hamilton Families’ ADP Career Center.

• Attach your résumé AND a brief letter of interest.

• No faxes or phone calls.

• Hamilton Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

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Catholic Charities SF, the not-for-profit service arm of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, is one of the Bay Area's largest human services organizations. Catholic Charities SF provides programs and services for 70,000 people in need within the three county regions of San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo Counties. Catholic Charities SF's programs include a full spectrum of services for families and youth, single parents, aging adults, persons living with HIV, refugees and immigrants, homeless and those at risk of being homeless, individuals with physical disabilities, and incarcerated adults and youth. In conjunction with Mercy/Charities Housing Inc., Catholic Charities SF is also a recognized leader in a not-for-profit housing development.

Pay Range

$57K-$62K annually

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Develop and collaborate with Child and Family Teams for the purpose of treatment planning and support.

  • Facilitate Child and Family Team meetings as indicated

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with community members and providers.

  • Assist youth and families in their efforts to build upon existing family and community support systems

  • Coordinate and implement overall treatment and services for assigned clients and their families.

  • Document mental health services, assessments, treatment plans, and other documentation accurately and in a timely manner.

  • Clinical Care Coordinators are expected to bill for at least 50% of their work time in the agency.

  • Participate in a rotating crisis response system.

     

Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education & Experience


  • Master’s degree in Social Work/Psychology/Counseling.

  • Board of Psychology or LCSW/MFT licensure or registered associate

  • Experience working with children and youth in out of home Residential or Foster care a plus.

  • Experience with Medi-Cal billing.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities


  • Use of an automobile, possession of California drivers License and automobile liability insurance for the minimum prescribed by law or the ability to provide for independent transportation.

  • Demonstrated ability to work with families in a wide variety of cultural contexts and community settings.

  • Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team.

  • Good organizational and time management skills.

  • Excellent written & verbal communication skills.

  • Willing and able to respond to crisis situations and be part of a rotating emergency on-call system.

  • Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in cross-cultural situations.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • Intermittent bending, standing, stooping, kneeling, reaching, twisting, and walking.

  • Occasional lifting, pushing, and pulling.

  • Frequent repetitive motions: Making substantial movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.

  • Light work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.

  • The worker is required to have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned.

  • Must be able to drive at night.

  • Must be able to complete ProACT training.

If driving a car is required for the position, incumbent must have a valid California driver's license and be able to provide proof of DMV record and personal insurance (if required).

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • The work environment includes homes, schools, offices, and community resources such as recreation facilities, churches or various outing and store locations.

  • Noise level is usually moderate in accordance with what is typical in the above settings.

  • May include contact with clients with mental health issues who demonstrate behaviors such as cursing, shouting, running away, self harm and violence.

  • The work environment will include children ages 7-19.

  • May be exposed to odors such as fragrances, cleaning products, and clients who experience difficulties with personal hygiene.

  • Occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions.

DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and is committed to providing equal employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, legal domicile status, veteran status, disability or AIDS/HIV status or any other characteristic protected under federal or state law.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

Department or Program: Community Based Services

This is a non-management position

This is a full time position

Union status: Non-union

Fingerprinting clearance: Required

TB Screening: Required

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424 Guerrero Street

San Francisco, CA 94110

415 621-5661

415 621-5466 fax

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN

The Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ) is a private non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce society's reliance on the use of incarceration as a solution to social problems.

We do this through the provision of programs to persons facing imprisonment, education efforts about imprisonment and its effect on people, and technical assistance to entities wishing to establish and/or evaluate programs working with those facing imprisonment. For more information, visit our website

CJCJ is seeking a dedicated and energetic clinician who will provide community-based mental health services to high-risk or in-risk youth on juvenile probation or at risk of system involvement. The program is aimed at stabilizing a youth and family by providing direct clinical interventions and pulling formal and informal supports together for the common purpose of addressing safety concerns, chronic and acute mental health needs, and other identified needs which present as barriers to a client being successful in their community.

Qualifications for this position are listed below:

 Master's degree or graduate student in Social Work, Psychology, or related field, licensed

(or eligible) by Board of Behavioral Sciences, ASW, AMFT, LPCC, registered intern, waivered PhD/PsyD, or registered interns

 Experience providing individual, group, and family therapy and clinical case management services

 Familiarity with the juvenile justice system; experience working with justice-involved youth and families

 Commitment to strengths-based approaches, harm reduction, and trauma-informed care

 Willingness and ability to provide mental health and support services in a non-traditional, community-based setting

 Excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills

 Bilingual in Spanish GREATLY preferred

 Adaptable and flexible with a commitment to CJCJ's mission

 Possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License and a positive driving record; maintain access to a registered and insured vehicle to use in carrying out your job duties

 Must be able to pass background check for working with youth

 Familiarity with EPSDT and Medi-Cal documentation and billing practices preferred

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 Ability to work under pressure with an excellent sense of humor, collaborative and team oriented

 Basic computer skills

Duties and responsibilities include:

424 Guerrero Street

San Francisco, CA 94110

415 621-5661

415 621-5466 fax

 

 Provide community-based mental health treatment services including but not limited to: conducting assessments, diagnosing, providing individual and family therapy, facilitating

Child and Family Team meetings, resource brokerage and referrals, case coordination and advocacy, plan development, follow-up and aftercare

 Complete all medical record and billing documentation in a timely fashion and in accordance with documentation standards set forth by the agency and the San Francisco

Department of Public Health

 Develop relationships with community based service providers, public defenders and private attorneys, the juvenile courts, and juvenile probation department personnel

 Attend court hearings and provide court reports and/or testimony as needed

 Participate in case consultation meetings, clinical supervision and staff trainings

 Great opportunity for professional growth by participating in the PURQC committee which reviews overall clinical work of cases

 Other duties as assigned

This position reports directly to CJCJ’s Director of Behavioral Health. This is an hourly non- exempt position. Anticipated weekly hours are 40 hours/week but can be negotiated to fewer if desired.

Benefits: CJCJ offers a competitive salary, excellent comprehensive benefits, a casual work environment, and a great team of committed professionals. Full benefits include complete health, dental, and life insurances, of which CJCJ covers 100% of the premiums – zero employee contribution. Additional benefits include 12 holidays/year, 10 sick days/year, and 10 vacation days/year (vacation time increases based off of staff seniority). Finally, the position offers extraordinary opportunities for paid training, clinical growth, professional development, clinical supervision, opportunity to accrue clinical hours, and occasional conference participation.

WOMEN, PERSONS OF COLOR, DIFFERENTLY ABLED PERSONS, AND INDIVIDUALS WITH PAST

INVOLVEMENT IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.

Job Type: Full-time

Experience:


  • mental health: 1 year (Preferred)

Education:


  • Master's (Preferred)

Language:


  • Spanish (Preferred)

Work Location:


  • Multiple locations

Benefits:


  • Health insurance

  • Dental insurance

  • Paid time off

  • Flexible schedule

  • Parental leave

  • Other

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LEARNING CENTER CLINICIAN – SONOMA

Employer: SoloQuest Learning Center, Sonoma

Position: Learning Center Tutor/Clinician

Description: Make a difference in the lives of children, teens, and adults while you gain extensive training, skills, and experience in a learning center using cutting-edge programs to fix learning skill challenges. We do cognitive skills work that retrains the brain in order to create new neural pathways.

SoloQuest Learning Center is an established learning center based in Sonoma and Marin. We are searching for remarkable individuals to work with students with learning challenges. You will be taught everything you need to know to help students with our research-based programs.

We are looking for people who are:


  • Mature

  • Dependable

  • Excellent communicators

  • Compassionate and caring

  • Able to learn quickly

  • People persons, who enjoy working with the public

  • Willing to accept direct instruction and specific coaching / feedback

  • Able to pay attention to details

  • Creative, flexible, and adaptable

  • Who can think independently and take charge when necessary

  • Team players

  • Passionate about learning and helping others!

Experience working with students with ASD and neurodevelopmental delay is a plus, but not required.

Work 1:1 with students approximately 3-15 hours per week and up to 30 hours per week during the summer months of June and July. There are many hours of training so we need people who can commit to working at our learning center for at least one year. Starting wage is $22 per hour. Training wage is $15 per hour.

Degrees in Education or Psychology desirable, but not required. We will complete a background check, fingerprinting, and a skills evaluation for those who have the most potential to be hired. All employees are hired at-will. 

Please include a cover letter (describing why you would be a PERFECT Learning Center Clinician) with your resume and references.

See us at www.soloquest.com

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Make a difference in the lives of children, teens, and adults while you gain extensive training, skills, and experience in a learning center using cutting-edge programs to fix learning skill challenges. We do cognitive skills work that retrains the brain in order to create new neural pathways.

SoloQuest Learning Center is an established learning center based in Sonoma and Marin. We are searching for remarkable individuals to work with students with learning challenges. You will be taught everything you need to know to help students with our research-based programs.

We are looking for people who are:


  • Mature

  • Dependable

  • Excellent communicators

  • Compassionate and caring

  • Able to learn quickly

  • People persons, who enjoy working with the public

  • Willing to accept direct instruction and specific coaching / feedback

  • Able to pay attention to details

  • Creative, flexible, and adaptable

  • Who can think independently and take charge when necessary

  • Team players

  • Passionate about learning and helping others!

Experience working with students with ASD and neurodevelopmental delay is a plus, but not required.

Work 1:1 with students approximately 3-15 hours per week and up to 30 hours per week during the summer months of June and July. There are many hours of training so we need people who can commit to working at our learning center for at least one year. Starting wage is $22 per hour. Training wage is $15 per hour.

Degrees in Education or Psychology desirable, but not required. We will complete a background check, fingerprinting, and a skills evaluation for those who have the most potential to be hired. All employees are hired at-will.

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 Working at Autism Collaborative Therapies (ACT), Inc offers:


  • A collaborative work environment


  • The opportunity to make a difference in our clients’ everyday lives

Benefits:

- Comprehensive medical benefits, including dental and vision

- Vacation time and paid holidays

- Cell phone and mileage reimbursements

- A supportive and rewarding work environment

Responsibilities include:

- Conduct assessments, design treatment plans, monitor and report on client progress

- Supervise and guide ACT's Registered Behavior Technicians

- Manage implementation of services

- Design and deliver training to parents, professionals and staff

Skills/Experience:

- BCBA Certification (required)

- Masters degree in ABA, Psychology, Special Education or related field

- Minimum one year's experience in the ABA field working with individuals with autism

- Experience supervising behavior intervention programs

- Outstanding relationship-building and communication skills

To be considered for this position please send a cover letter and resume to admin@autct.com

Salary DOE 

 

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Job Description


The Psychological Collaborative is a busy outpatient psychotherapy practice providing individual, couples, and family therapy. Our population is generally high functioning, with exceptionally low no show rates. Compensation is based upon a fee for service model with competitive rates of reimbursement. CE allowance. Independent license preferred.


Schedule:


Full or Part Time positions available.


Availability afternoons/evenings/or weekends


 


Licensure:


LICSW, LMFT, LMHC or Licensed Psychologist (Required)


 


Duties/Responsibilities:


*perform comprehension diagnostic evaluations


*individual psychotherapy for adults, adolescents, and/or children


*collateral contacts/collaboration


*timely, comprehensive documentation


*Ability to utilize EHR


 


-Pay is subject to change, based on full time or part-time employment and Life insure lever.


 



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Qualifications:


Must hold a Masters Degree or Doctorate Degree in Clinical Counseling or Psychology from an accredited program. Must be licensed by the CA Board of Examiners. Experience working with children / young adults is required for this position.


Main Functions:


The provision of psycho-therapeutic service to client's in all programs of the center.


Primary Duties/Responsibilities:



  • Place special emphasis on the relationship between mind and body, paying special attention to issues of stress and physical illness, prevention and behavior change. Care for mentally ill clients. Diagnose from the latest version of the DSM.

  • Diagnose and persons with multi-axis diagnosis

  • Maintain assessment and progress records and any additional contact with clients.

  • Consults and receives supervision with psychiatrist and or psychologist and staff team regarding clients.

  • Works with the clinical team on developing treatment plans for all clients.

  • Attend all staffings and provide additional recommendations.

  • Teach and consult with all staff. Provide services working in an integrated medical system with a dynamic group of dedicated professionals who strive to provide the best available clinical services to our clients. Provide evaluations, individual, group, family psychotherapy and psycho educational classes. Provide skill based psychotherapy groups. Emphasize the individual relationship with clients and make use of the multifaceted treatment options available to the center because of extensive staff and resources in the department and in the medical center.

  • Provide parent training, education, and support groups.

  • Develop, implement and evaluation behavioral point sheets.

  • Implement and follow the individual treatment plan formulated on the evaluation. Treatment options include individual and group psychotherapy and possible referrals to other programs offered through our medical center or in the community. Provide a focused, integrative treatment approach designed to help clients accept, and more effectively deal with, the realities of their life with.


Company Description

Stepping Forward Counseling Center, LLC (SFCC) Mental Health Center for children and young adults and is distinguished by its use of a holistic treatment strategy that engages clients in individually tailored goals that address wellness of mind, body, and spirit. SFCC's goal for its client is permanent, positive changes in behaviors and lifestyles.


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Job Description


Basic Job Duties


Responsible for providing outpatient nursing services using a variety of therapeutic modalities.


Provides case management services, medication monitoring and medication training services to seriously mental ill consumers in the program. Assess knowledge of medication and develop goals with consumers in regard to achieving knowledge and understanding of their mental illness, medication effects and side effects, and self-administration, storage and safeguarding of medication. Monitor consumer's physical condition, providing nurse assessment as needed and ensuring linkage to community health care providers.


Education/Training Requirements


Associate’s degree (A.A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; must be a graduate from a nursing program. One year of mental health experience is preferred.


TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION OR ANY POSITION AT BRIDGEWAY PLEASE GO TO WWW.BWAY.ORG AND SUBMIT AN APPLICATION ONLINE.


Employment is conditional upon passing fingerprint and all other required background checks. Preference given to individuals with disabilities/veteran status. AA/EOE


Bridgeway Benefits:



  • Health/Dental/Vision insurance

  • Paid time off and Paid Holidays

  • 401K retirement plan

  • Verizon wireless plan discount

  • Direct Deposit

  • Paid training

  • CEUs offered for professional development

  • Team Atmosphere

  • Life Insurance

  • Short and Long Term Disability

  • Opportunity to work with great people!

  • Make a difference in someone’s life!

  • Qualification for the Federal Student Loan forgiveness program!



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Job Description


Title: Clinical Therapist


Location: Citrus Heights


Type: Part Time


 


Join this dynamic treatment and management program on the front lines with the mission of increasing community safety and no more victimization. You will be part of a team that teaches you how to reduce the risk from offenders and prevent further victimization. It is a challenging but greatly rewarding career opportunity.


Our experienced agency will train and certify a qualified candidate to work in this specialized field to provide risk-reducing treatment interventions with court-ordered clients.


Position Responsibilities



  • Obtain and maintain current Treatment Provider Certification through California Sex Offender Management Board. CPC will provide training for certification.

  • Conduct assessment and treatment services of sex offenders in the community setting;

  • Complete required assessments on clients assigned to caseload, including but not limited to actuarial and dynamic risk assessment, sexual interests, personality measures, cognitive and achievement tests;

  • Take primary responsibility in developing ongoing treatment plans to progress clients through the program;

  • Develop treatment objectives and interventions, tailored to client’s dynamic risk factors and strengths;

  • Facilitate Psycho-educational and Process therapy groups, provide individual psychotherapy that is consistent with cognitive behavioral principles;

  • Participate in regular Containment Team Meetings with our criminal justice partners;

  • Attend trainings on conducting treatment according to CPC’s program guidelines;

  • Review documentation and meet with clients to review work and manage customer relations;

  • Work closely and keep a good working relationship with Probation and Parole;

  • Work in an independent setting with strong organizational skills and rigorous attention to detail;

  • Follow agency protocols and participate in regularly scheduled training/supervision calls with CPC Clinical Supervision Staff;

  • Maintain commitment to professional development;

  • Adhere to professional and confidentiality requirements in handling client records;

  • Maintain appropriate documentation;

  • Maintains and promotes a collaborative attitude in all internal and external relationships.


Position Requirements:



  • Masters Degree or higher;

  • Two years of relevant professional experience;

  • California State Licensed (LCSW, LICSW, LMHC, LMFT, or Psy D);

  • Sex Offender Treatment Provider Certification through the California Sex Offender Management Board (CASOMB);

  • Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills;

  • Understand risk management;

  • CBT, DBT and motivational interviewing experience a plus;

  • Experience providing Sex Offender Treatment, DV or Substance Abuse Treatment to adults or adolescents;

  • Clinical outpatient treatment experience and substantial focus on group facilitation;

  • CCOSO or ATSA membership preferred.


 


The Counseling and Psychotherapy Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Prohibits Discrimination and Harassment of any kind. We are committed to equal employment opportunity for all employees and provide a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and business need.


 


Company Description

What We Are
For over 30 years respectively, the directors of The Counseling & Psychotherapy Center, Inc. have been working with convicted sex offenders to develop a community based treatment and management program of the highest quality. Over the years clinicians and community corrections personnel have responded to the combination of criminal justice and clinical perspectives within our organization. This has enabled us to attract some of the most talented and experienced clinical and criminal justice staff in the field to work with us on our mission to reduce sexual victimization.

The containment approach starts in our own house. Our Board of Directors is comprised of three licensed clinical professionals specializing in the treatment of sex offenders. Our fourth director, who is responsible for the agency's operations, has held several key positions in the Department of Corrections in his home state of Massachusetts, including: Commissioner of Community Corrections, Executive Director of the Parole Board and inaugural chair of the Sex Offender Registry Board. These dual perspectives are evident in the CPC treatment and management program beginning with our next generation Containment model which includes not only the traditional three elements of Supervision, Treatment and Polygraph, but a fourth equally important element: the Victim Advocate. We are proactive in integrating stakeholders into the containment process by assigning an area coordinator to accomplish that goal in each geographic area.

Our clinicians are experts in this field and have learned how to support parole and probation in their supervision and decision-making regarding the high-risk sex offenders in the community. As an agency we have made a substantial investment in educating our clinical professionals and providing them with ongoing training and weekly supervision. This proactive approach to training and supervising our staff helps to eliminate the biases clinicians develop while working closely with individual offenders. CPC has enjoyed tremendous growth in our programs due to the comprehensiveness and quality of our treatment program and offender management services and our ability to provide them at a price that makes them accessible to the agencies and offenders that need them. An exciting phenomenon for us is that our programs have not only grown geographically but they have grown vertically. That means that we can treat the same offender clientele through different layers of the criminal justice system. We have programs in state and county correctional institutions which flow into transitional programming and on into community based management and treatment. Each additional layer in the vertical system improves the safety outcome.


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SUMMARY-LCSW ONLY


Participates in the assessment and treatment of the clinical needs of the clients. Assists in the


development of appropriate treatment plans and assumes overall psychiatric case management responsibilities for assigned clients.


Master’s Degree (LCSW) in appropriate mental health discipline plus two (2) years post master’s experience in the mental health field, or Doctorate. Maintain an active license in clinical social work (LCSW) Experience in counseling with HIV and at risk persons. Solid HIV/AIDS knowledge base. Excellent leadership, interpersonal skills and creative problem solving skills. CIFI a plus.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


 


1. Initial screening and assessment of clients for mental health treatment needs and makes referral to


Psychiatrist when necessary.


2. Provides individual, group and family psychotherapy as clinically needed to assigned clients.


3. Involves client and/or family in developing achievable and understandable psychosocial treatment plans in accordance with accepted professional standards.


4. Advocates for appropriate resources for clients and families based on assessed needs.


5. Engages clients in appropriate treatment program.


6. Assists clients in effectively managing crises.


7. Responds with sensitivity to cultural and socio-economic issues of clients.


8. Manages termination issues in an effective and timely manner.


9. Manages caseload demands effectively while considering both quality of care and agency needs.



  1. Assumes overall psychiatric case management responsibilities for assigned clients, including coordination of treatment and communication with other treatment service providers.

  2. Collaborates effectively with other staff members, referral sources and social support networks to


provide treatment and care for clients and families.



  1. Maintains effective, open communication with members of the treatment team.

  2. Maintains and completes appropriate client records, charts and reports in a timely manner, in


compliance with the DMHAS standards and other funders.



  1. Completes termination/discharge summary within 15 days of termination of services.

  2. Maintains knowledge of trends and developments in the field, by attending meetings, training


events and educational workshops and seminars.



  1. Participates in agency meetings, committees and task forces and contributes to smooth functioning and operations of the department.

  2. Provides direct clinical and administrative supervision to students and interns.


Evaluates performance of those supervised to determine areas that need improvement.


  1. Keeps abreast of all federal, state and NJCRI regulations, laws and policies as they presently exist

and as they change or are modified.


  1. Performs other duties as assigned.

 


QUALIFICATIONS


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


 


EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE


Master’s Degree in appropriate mental health discipline plus two (2) years post master’s experience in the mental health field, or Doctorate. Maintain an active license in clinical social work (LCSW) Experience in counseling with HIV and at risk persons. Solid HIV/AIDS knowledge base. Excellent leadership, interpersonal skills and creative problem solving skills. CIFI a plus.


Company Description

The North Jersey Community Research Initiative (NJCRI) is one of New Jersey’s largest and most comprehensive HIV/AIDS community-based organization.

Our mission is to "empower our clients by reducing social and health disparities in the greater Newark area.”
NJCRI distinguishes itself by its 30 year history of providing HIV/AIDS care and treatment to individuals in Northern New Jersey. We are a strong integrated team between all our departments and our full service model, makes NJCRI unique and a welcome oasis for our community. We will continue to adapt and support our clients with essential and innovative services.


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SHARPER FUTURE -- Pacific Forensic Psychology Associates, Inc. is currently hiring licensed and unlicensed full-time (40 hours per week) Mental Health Staff Clinicians/Therapists to work in our Riverside and Palm Desert clinics.


These positions are responsible for providing both short-term and long-term therapeutic, recovery-oriented services to a variety of populations including mental health, forensic and substance abusing client. Our services include individual and group therapy, psycho educational sessions, mental health counseling, family therapy, couples’ therapy, marriage and family psychotherapy, anger management, dual diagnosis, mental health assessments and administering intake assessments. We provide trauma-informed treatment of co-occurring, mental health and substance abuse disorders. Clinical supervision for BOP or BBS hours available.


The Licensed Staff Clinician will be a licensed mental health professional (LMFT, LCSW, Psychology, LPCC) and will provide clinical supervision and assist in treatment and managerial duties as requested.



Who We Are


SHARPER FUTURE -- Pacific Forensic Psychology Associates, Inc. is an established fast-paced organization that provides an array of assessment and treatment services in the realm of behavioral and mental health. Many of the services address the needs of those who have become involved in the legal system and require specialized evaluations or tailored therapeutic interventions to address their needs and to meet the expectations of the agencies with which they have become involved. We serve a variety of clients not just forensics clients. Want to learn more about our awesome company and excellent culture? Please visit our website www.sharperfuture.com.


Culture


SHARPER FUTURE -- Pacific Forensic Psychology Associates, Inc company believes in investing in our greatest resource: our employees. We encourage our staff to take advantage of any and all opportunities for professional development and support employees in their efforts to improve their skills and try something that may be outside of their comfort zones. Plus, we have pretty awesome employees!


Requirements


· Clinical experience with sex offenders, clinical populations, substance abuse and/or forensic treatment in general (preferred not required)


· Bi-lingual in Spanish


· Able to commute to Riverside and Palm Desert clinics


· Excellent organization skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks


· Attention to detail and good writing and communication skills


· Ability to work well on a team, adaptable to change, proven effective communication


· Current and unrestricted BBS or BOP registration


 


Benefits


· Full-time positions are eligible for medical, dental, vision, life insurance, flexible spending, paid vacation, paid sick leave and paid holidays


· BBS or BOP Clinical Supervision by LCSW or Psychologist (depending on need)


· 2 flex days off for self-care


· Free CEU Credits (we are a CAMFT CEU Provider)


· Over $300 towards professional development and conferences


· Flexible schedule (must be approved by supervisor)


· Upward mobility into management and other higher roles


· Performance and spot bonuses


· Competitive salaries


· Supportive management and leadership team


· Positive and fun company culture


Sharper Future serves thousands of forensic, mental health and substance abuse clients. The company has been in operation throughout California for almost 30 years. We have over a dozen clinics throughout California including Northern, Bay Area Central and Southern California. The company serves over 3000 clients statewide. Sharper Future proudly employs staff who are passionate about helping clients meet their treatment goals while at the same time ensuring compliance with local, state and federal contract regulations. We are proud of our diversity and positive and healthy company culture.


Equal Opportunity Employer


Please send a cover letter, resume. Write Riverside/ Palm Desert Lic. or Unlic. Mental Health Staff Clinician in the subject line.


Unfortunately, due to the volume of resumes received, we are not able to receive phone calls about this position. SHARPER FUTURE is an at-will employer.



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Would you like to be a part of our successful team of therapists who enjoy being part of the solution?


 


Calm and Sense Therapy, LLC is seeking a mental health provider for our Union location, who demonstrate a heart for helping clients and solid professional counseling experience and skills. Given the wide array of clients we serve, candidates should have training and clinical experience with children, teens, adults, couples, and families. Ideal candidates will also have experience with cognitive-behavioral treatment models and clients with drug/alcohol issues.


Part-time work available and part to full time. Health care benefits available for full time work.


 


REQUIREMENTS


Minimum requirements include a Master's degree and professional licensure in New Jersey LPC, LCSW, LMFT


BENEFITS


Part-time work available and part to full time. Health care benefits available for full time work.



  • Team consultations and trainings,

  • Beautiful and fully furnished office spaces

  • All employment taxes processed by Calm and Sense, (along with Worker’s Comp & State unemployment insurance),

  • All insurance credentialing taken care of, (as required)

  • All client and insurance billing taken care of

  • Bi Monthly automatic deposits to their bank based on all the actual number of sessions seen during a pay period (not based on whether or when an insurance payment has been made)

  • Health benefits for full-time work

  • Up to $60,000 K potential for full-time therapists

  • A cohesive and supportive team

  • While some Calm and Sense employees also work at other local counseling agencies in addition to their work at Calm and Sense, our Calm and Sense therapists agree not to open or operate other private practice counseling offices or provide professional counseling services outside of Calm and Sense, except for other agency work.

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Looking for a rewarding job with an opportunity to help individuals in their quest for stability, growth, and a positive quality of life? CSO has open positions for Master's Level Clinicians in our Outpatient Services program, providing clinical services to individual, families, couples, and groups in western and central Massachusetts.


CSO provides an Excellent work environment with a great management team and top notch technology (including Electronic Health Records). Whether you are a new clinician right out of school or an experienced clinician, there is a place for you on our team. CSO fully supports mental health licensure with regular supervision and a plethora of free in-house and on-site training opportunities that are CEU authorized by various licensing organizations. We are also a Trauma-Informed Agency, practicing trauma-informed care and offering regular trainings and an internal Trauma-Informed Care Certification program.


As a clinician, you will:


Provide individual, family and group therapy for adults and/or their families.


Develop appropriate treatment plans and goals.


Consult/collaborate with other professionals providing services to clients.


Participate in treatment planning, team meetings, and in-service trainings.


Provide outreach services when necessary.


Requirements are as follows:


Master's Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or related Mental Health field from an accredited program.


Required license eligibility (LICSW, LMHC OR LMFT).


Nonjudgmental ability to foster self-sufficiency using problem-solving and practical skills.


Ability to establish trusting relationships through compassion, empathy and insight.


Demonstrated sensitivity to the needs of clients from diverse cultural or linguistic backgrounds.


Bilingual/bicultural Spanish-speaking are encouraged to apply.


Benefits


We provide our employees with competitive salaries and a generous benefits package, including full coverage health and dental insurance, paid time off (vacation, personal, sick, and holidays), a 403(b) retirement savings plan, an employee referral bonus program, regular in-house training and professional development opportunities with free CEUs, and voluntary supplemental insurances including short and long-term disability, cancer, accident and life. We also partner with a premier employee assistance program (EAP) and offer personal cell phone plan discounts.


Our Agency


Clinical & Support Options, Inc. is a behavioral health organization serving individuals and families across Western Massachusetts. From its early days as a child guidance clinic, Clinical & Support Options has expanded into a full service behavioral health agency, committed internally to excellence while we collaborate externally with community partners to participate in a comprehensive system of assistance and resources for the residents of our communities. We employ over 650 multi-disciplinary staff, helping thousands of families during the past 50 years. We have community based office locations throughout Western Massachusetts, including Springfield, Northampton, Greenfield, Orange, Athol, Gardner and Pittsfield.


Our core competencies lend themselves to the development of a "one-stop" model of comprehensive, holistic services to individuals and families with multiple and complex issues.


Our expertise, in a nutshell, is to support people in their progress towards self-sufficiency, no matter what challenges they face on that journey.





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Responsible for meeting clinical benchmarks for quality care and productivity requirements, ensuring proper care is provided in accordance with program contracts, and developing and providing direct behavioral health services to consumers. The MH Clinician will carry out these objectives by providing a wide variety of individual, family, and group therapy, crisis intervention, and advocacy services in line with the consumers’ specific therapeutic needs. MH Clinicians will provide services in a residential site setting.


Registered MFT or MSW Intern in California with at least two years' previous experience in child care work where applicant had responsibility for therapy, supervision and programming for children. Should be familiar with treatment planning for family and child welfare and/or mental health services. Department of Mental Health experience preferred.


https://www.newdawnlrc.com/


Luvlee's Residential Care, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping foster youth, by providing them with a safe environment, therapy, independent living skills, employment training and educational assistance.


Responsibilities:



  • Collaborate with referring County DCFS.

  • Assess needs of clients and provide on-going therapy, support and services.

  • Assist with Treatment Planning

  • Shall be responsible for individual counseling as need dictates.

  • Hold weekly group sessions with residents on site.

  • Complete Appraisal Needs and Service Plans on each resident, entry every three (3) months.

  • Process Discharge/Termination reports.

  • Communicate with residents Social Workers regularly.

  • Participate in team treatment meetings.

  • Other duties as assigned.


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in mental health counseling or other related fields

  • Familiarity with community mental health resources

  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills

  • Ability to build rapport with clients

  • Strong leadership qualities


Must be able to pass pre-employment requirements: Live Scans (DOJ/FBI/Child Abuse), employment verification, Drug/Alcohol screening, TB test, physical exam, clean DMV record.



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$2,000 Sign-on Bonus

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**$2,000 Sign-on bonus**


SequelCare of Maine is looking for caring and committed clinicians to join our team. We are looking for compassionate clinicians, who are invested in doing excellent clinical work with children, adults and families. Full and part time positions are available.


We hope to find the right person to join our team to meet the growing needs our clinical services.


Our Team: When you become a part of Sequel our goal is to provide you with the experience to feel supported in the important role you provide to our clients. We achieve this through the support of training and mentoring. The culture remains positive within the company to promote a supportive and healing environment for our clients. This creates new skills and abilities in order to foster a healthy environment supporting growth and providing direction for the future.


Benefits:



  • Work / Life Balance

  • Strong Collaboration

  • Strong Clinical Supervision and Support

  • Paid Training's Offered

  • Mileage Reimbursement

  • Corporate Discounts

  • Benefits Package for Full-time clinicians and any part-time clinicians who meet the billable requirement


Education: Master’s Degree in Counseling, Counseling Education, Marriage and Family Therapist, Psychiatric or Mental Health Nursing, or Social Work.


Experience: 2 years of experience with children and families.


Certification: LCPC-C, LCPC, LMFT, RN-C, LMSW-CC, LCSW




Company Description

At Sequel Youth and Family Services, we work together today to build a brighter tomorrow. With a focus on providing programs for behavioral, emotional, or physical challenges, we proudly serve children and adults alike. Associates at Sequel Youth and Family Services enjoy giving back and getting more out of a career that positively impacts the community. If you’re a compassionate, motivated individual who’s looking for a truly meaningful career, we look forward to hearing from you.


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Our client is seeking a full-time Licensed Clinical Team Lead (LMFT or LCSW) to be added to the team in an Outpatient Community-Based Wraparound Program specializing in treating adults with Substance Use Disorders, Dual-Diagnosis, and other Mental Illnesses. The position is direct-hire, full-time, permanent with regular business hours, Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm, with an excellent benefits package. The Licensed Clinician provides recovery services and leads the clinical team in administering evidence-based practices. The Licensed Team Lead works within an interdisciplinary team and provides safe, effective and efficient care within scope of established standards, policies and procedures.


Responsibilities include



  • Supervise clinical teams, coordinate wraparound services, collaborate with community resources

  • Complete assessments and implements plans of care which may include: crisis intervention, medication support, substance abuse treatment services, community integration, housing, employment and education, transportation and benefits.

  • Understand documentation requirements and supervise others to meet these requirements

  • Provide supervision, support, feedback, clinical consultation, and expectations for meeting job standards

  • Establish strong customer and community relations


Qualifications



  • California Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

  • Experience working with similar adult population preferred (Substance Abuse, Probationary, Incarcerated, Homeless, Serious Mental Illness or Psychiatric patients)

  • CA State Driver's License

  • Ability to pass assault crisis/crisis prevention training

  • Ability to document, review and implement recovery treatment plans for members serviced


Why Work Here?



  • Competitive starting pay

  • Excellent benefits package including employee stock options and 401k with employer match

  • Large, stable organization with 120+ programs and growing

  • Positive working environment, promoting innovative recovery based care

  • Plenty of growth opportunities, annual reviews for increases/promotions

  • Consistent full-time work schedule, Monday - Friday with Weekends and major Holidays off!


This is a direct-hire, full-time permanent position with excellent benefits package including retirement plan, generous Paid Sick Leave, Holiday Pay, Consistent Hours in an Outpatient, Mon – Fri, 8:30 AM – 5 PM setting with an established, large and growing healthcare organization.


If you are qualified and interested to learn more please submit your resume! Or, feel free to email your resume directly to Michael at mmccarthy@medicalprofessionals.com!



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Description: The position of Clinician is responsible for providing and coordinating the therapeutic needs of clients on their assigned caseload.


Principal Duties and Responsibilities:


· Provide safe environment for client.


· Establish with each client a clinically comprehensive psychotherapy individualized treatment plan, using the CANS-Trauma Comprehensive Assessment.


· Maintain weekly progress notes, quarterly and closing summaries.


· Create after-care plans, including possible referrals and/or resources.


· Develop a clear understanding of the trauma profile of each client.


· Maintain a caseload of 14-15 clients for weekly individual therapy and/or overseeing alternative therapies.


· Provide parenting and family therapy sessions.


· Lead or co-lead psychoeducational and/or therapy groups.


· Incorporate appropriate evidence-based practices into client sessions.


· Participate in weekly internal department meetings and group supervision, as well as meetings with the residential and teaching staff.


· Co-facilitate regular check-in groups with residents in the cottages and/or schools.


· Lead multi-disciplinary treatment team meetings regarding residents.


· Support the substance use/abuse early intervention and intervention protocols.


· Participate in weekly in-service and regularly trainings.


· Supervise unlicensed clinicians and/or trainees.


Qualifications:


· Mental Health Master’s Degree, or higher (e.g. Counseling or Clinical Psychology)


· Licensed MFT or LCSW or PhD/PsyD.


· Knowledge of and ability to use trauma-specific clinical techniques and therapies.


· Demonstrates cultural humility and openness. Experience working cross-culturally. Knowledge of culturally responsive therapy a plus.


· Experience with adolescent males.


· Ability to provide trauma informed or trauma-specific services.


· Bilingual (Spanish/ English) a plus.


Comments:


· Must clear background check for a Community Care Licensed facility, including physical, tb and drug test.


Company Description

Hanna’s mission is to transform the lives of youth, families and communities impacted by trauma and adversity through resilience, connection and spiritual wellness.
We work to achieve this mission through our therapeutic residential school program for young men as well as through the Hanna Institute. The Hanna Institute provides high quality trainings, in-depth consultations and deep partnership to organizations committed to aligning their work with the latest science and best practices in trauma-informed care.


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SHARPER FUTURE -- Pacific Forensic Psychology Associates, Inc. is currently hiring licensed and unlicensed full-time (40 hours per week Tuesday-Saturday) Bi-lingual (Spanish/English) Mental Health Staff Clinicians/Therapists to work in our Los Angeles and Pico Rivera clinic.


These positions are responsible for providing both short-term and long-term therapeutic, recovery-oriented services to a variety of populations including mental health, forensic and substance abusing client. Our services include individual and group therapy, psycho educational sessions, mental health counseling, family therapy, couples’ therapy, marriage and family psychotherapy, anger management, dual diagnosis, mental health assessments and administering intake assessments. We provide trauma-informed treatment of co-occurring, mental health and substance abuse disorders. Clinical supervision for BOP or BBS hours available.


The Licensed Staff Clinician will be a licensed mental health professional (LMFT, LCSW, Psychology, LPCC) and will provide clinical supervision and assist in treatment and managerial duties as requested.



Who We Are


SHARPER FUTURE -- Pacific Forensic Psychology Associates, Inc. is an established fast-paced organization that provides an array of assessment and treatment services in the realm of behavioral and mental health. Many of the services address the needs of those who have become involved in the legal system and require specialized evaluations or tailored therapeutic interventions to address their needs and to meet the expectations of the agencies with which they have become involved. We serve a variety of clients not just forensics clients. Want to learn more about our awesome company and excellent culture? Please visit our website www.sharperfuture.com.


Culture


SHARPER FUTURE -- Pacific Forensic Psychology Associates, Inc company believes in investing in our greatest resource: our employees. We encourage our staff to take advantage of any and all opportunities for professional development and support employees in their efforts to improve their skills and try something that may be outside of their comfort zones. Plus, we have pretty awesome employees!


Requirements


·       Clinical experience with sex offenders, clinical populations, substance abuse and/or forensic treatment in general (preferred not required)


·        Bi-lingual in Spanish


·       Able to commute to Pico Rivera and Los Angeles clinics


·       Excellent organization skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks


·       Attention to detail and good writing and communication skills


·       Ability to work well on a team, adaptable to change, proven effective communication


·       Current and unrestricted BBS or BOP registration


 


Benefits


·       Full-time positions are eligible for medical, dental, vision, life insurance, flexible spending, paid vacation, paid sick leave and paid holidays


·       BBS or BOP Clinical Supervision by LCSW or Psychologist (depending on need)


·       2 flex days off for self-care


·       Free CEU Credits (we are a CAMFT CEU Provider)


·       Over $300 towards professional development and conferences


·       Flexible schedule (must be approved by supervisor)


·       Upward mobility into management and other higher roles


·       Performance and spot bonuses


·       Competitive salaries


·       Supportive management and leadership team


·       Positive and fun company culture


Sharper Future serves thousands of forensic, mental health and substance abuse clients. The company has been in operation throughout California for almost 30 years. We have over a dozen clinics throughout California including Northern, Bay Area Central and Southern California. The company serves over 3000 clients statewide. Sharper Future proudly employs staff who are passionate about helping clients meet their treatment goals while at the same time ensuring compliance with local, state and federal contract regulations. We are proud of our diversity and positive and healthy company culture.


Equal Opportunity Employer


Please send a cover letter, resume. Write LA Licensed or Unlicensed Bi-lingual Mental Health Staff Clinician in the subject line.


Unfortunately, due to the volume of resumes received, we are not able to receive phone calls about this position. SHARPER FUTURE is an at-will employer.


 



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Join our growing Behavioral Health team! We are hiring a bilingual clinician in our outpatient program to provide assessment and treatment services to children, adolescents and adults.Training in evidence based trauma treatment is offered.


Daily Responsibilities / Tasks



  • Conducts assessment and formulates diagnosis.

  • Provides individual, family and group therapy to children, adolescents and adults.

  • Documents sessions, clinical formulations, crisis and treatment plans.__

  • Triages client emergencies and implements safety protocols.

  • Participates in weekly multi-disciplinary treatment team.

  • Meets direct services productivity goal.

  • Works with families and community providers to coordinate services for clients.


Qualifications / Requirements



  • Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy

  • Clinical Mental Health Counseling (accredited by CACREP)

  • Must have LMSW or associates license as MFT or LPC.


Company Description

The Child Guidance Clinic For Central Connecticut, Inc. is an established community leader providing a continuum of comprehensive behavioral health services to children, adolescents, adults and their families. Specialized services include behavioral health evaluation and treatment, substance abuse treatment, outreach services and prevention programs. Child Guidance also provides consultation and educational services to a variety of community agencies and organizations. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Fee for Service Clinician: Master’s level clinician providing outpatient therapy to adults, adolescents and families on a fee for service basis. This position is responsible for the provision of culturally-competent clinical assessment and treatment services to adults, adolescents and families as well as collaboration with other providers and organizations. Experience required in initial assessment, individual and family therapy. Experience with treatment for adults and substance use preferred. This position offers flexible hours, competitive pay and clinical supervision. Licensed or license eligible required. Must have LMSW or associates license as MFT or LPC. Bilingual Candidates strongly encouraged to apply. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Company Description

The Child Guidance Clinic For Central Connecticut, Inc. is an established community leader providing a continuum of comprehensive behavioral health services to children, adolescents, adults and their families. Specialized services include behavioral health evaluation and treatment, substance abuse treatment, outreach services and prevention programs. Child Guidance also provides consultation and educational services to a variety of community agencies and organizations. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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CommunityHospitalPsychiatric Clinicians will complete level of care assessments and provide recommendations for patients who present to an emergency department and/or medical inpatient unit of a contracted hospital per the specifications of each individual service contract. This position requires a strong clinical emphasis in assessment and evaluation and a familiarity with area services available within all levels of care. Employment at McLean Hospital is contingent upon a successful CORI (Criminal Background Check), National Background Check and clearance from the Occupational Health Department.

Qualifications
Massachusetts Independent Clinical License Required:
Social Work: LICSW
Psychology: Licensed Psychologist
Nursing: RN/CS or RN/NP in Psychiatric Mental Health Education Psychology: Ph.D., Psy.D or EdD
Nursing: MSN in Psychiatric Mental Health

Experience Minimum of two years post degree experience in conducting comprehensive psychiatric evaluations. Experience in crisis and/or emergency clinical settings preferred. Experience in a managed care environment and the capacity to work collaboratively with managed care organizations. Experience working collaboratively with multidisciplinary staff within the context of the emergency department and the community at large. Successful candidate must possess basic computer skills in order to use a variety of electronic systems to access and/or maintain personal employment-related data, satisfy required annual trainings, and use job-specific applications. All employees of McLean Hospital are assigned an email account for business communication purposes. Candidate must also be able to consistently demonstrate McLean Values of integrity, compassion and respect, diversity and teamwork, excellence and innovation in their work activities and interactions. McLean Hospital is a comprehensive psychiatric hospital committed to providing easy access to superior quality, cost-effective mental health services in the Boston area, Massachusetts and beyond. Since 1811, McLean Hospital has been a world leader in the treatment of mental illness and chemical dependency, research into the cause of mental illness and the training of generations of mental health care providers. Major clinical programs at McLean Hospital address a broad range of psychiatric illnesses, including: depression, bipolar and psychotic disorders; mood and anxiety disorders; alcohol and drug abuse; dissociative disorders; Alzheimer's disease and other geriatric illnesses; and child and adolescent psychiatric disorders. Each program offers access to a full continuum of care, including acute inpatient care, acute residential care, partial hospitalization, continuing residential care options and outpatient services. McLean's multidisciplinary team responds to each patient's situation with a commitment to individualized treatment that may include individual psychotherapy, group therapy, psychopharmacology and rehabilitation services. It is the policy of McLean Hospital to affirmatively provide equal opportunity to all qualified applicants for employment and existing employees without regard to their race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, ancestry, protected veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender orientation or any other basis that would be in violation of any applicable law or regulation.


EEO Statement
It is the policy of McLean Hospital to affirmatively provideequal opportunity to all qualified applicants for employment and existingemployees without regard to their race, religion, color, national origin, sex,age, ancestry, protected veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, genderidentity or expression, pregnancy or a condition related to pregnancyincluding, but not limited to, lactation or the need to express breast milk fora nursing child, or any other basis that would be in violation of anyapplicable law or regulation.


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Why Us?

As a Prosthetist and/or Orthotist, you have dedicated yourself to improving the lives of the patients you serve. We recognize that in doing so you not only impact the lives of those you treat but of their families, friends, and communities. Embarking on a career with Hanger allows you to continue in this endeavor but elevates you as a champion of the orthotic and prosthetic market by providing superior patient care, outcomes, service and value. Advance your career by leveraging professional clinical expertise, established clinical practice guidelines, innovative technologies, specialized training & continuing education, RAC audit resources, and back office support at one of our more than 700 clinics nationwide. At Hanger, we fulfill your current practice needs but also offer a potential career path to meet your changing aspirations as you continue your professional journey for years to come.

 

With a mantra of Empowering Human Potential, Hanger, Inc. is the world's premier provider of orthotic and prosthetic (O&P) services and products, offering the most advanced O&P solutions, clinically differentiated programs and unsurpassed customer service. Hanger's Patient Care segment is the largest owner and operator of O&P patient care clinics nationwide. Through its Products & Services segment, Hanger distributes branded and private label O&P devices, products and components, and provides rehabilitative solutions to the broader market. Built on the legacy of James Edward Hanger, the first amputee of the American Civil War, Hanger is steeped in 150 years of clinical excellence and innovation with a vision to be the partner of choice for products and services that enhance human physical capability. Collectively, Hanger employees touch thousands of lives each day, helping people achieve new levels of mobility and freedom.

 

Hanger, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer - female/minority/disability/vet.

Could This Be For You?

Our patients are our focus and are the heart of everything we do.  As a Hanger Prosthetist and/or Orthotist, you will leverage exceptional training and an extensive collaborative clinical community nearly 1500 providers strong to provide or supervise the delivery of comprehensive prosthetic and orthotic care.  You will assess patients, formulate treatment plans, implement those plans, follow-up with your patients and participate in practice management. If you have not yet achieved certification, you will provide care under the direction of one of our certified clinicians.

 

You will enjoy combining your unique blend of clinical and technical skills to evaluate patients, custom design, fabricate and fit prostheses and/or orthoses to deliver exceptional outcomes for the patients you serve. You will collaborate with other members of the rehabilitation team and innovate utilizing the latest technology as we all strive to empower human potential together.

Your Impact

Depending on the operational requirements, size of the Hanger Clinic and subject to limitations imposed by state and/or local law, your role may include some or all of the functions listed below.

  • Collaborate with physicians in the evaluation and analysis of a patients need for prosthetic and/or orthotic services; recommend treatment options to physicians when necessary.
  • Examine and evaluate patient needs in relation to disease and functional loss.
  • Formulate design of prosthetic and/or orthotic devices.
  • Select materials, make cast measurements, model modifications, and layouts, taking into account new techniques and materials.
  • Perform fitting, including static and dynamic alignments.
  • Evaluate prosthetic and/or orthotic device on patient, adjust to assure fit, function, medical efficacy, and quality of work.
  • Instruct patient in use of prosthetic and/or orthotic devices.
  • Identify and reconcile issues/problems to ensure patient satisfaction with devices provided.
  • Provide follow-up with patients and physicians.
  • Provide in-service training to physicians and allied health care professionals.
  • Utilize effective materials management, quality and performance processes to maximize device quality and medical efficacy, maintaining a proper balance with costs and operational/financial performance.
  • Meet with physicians, case managers and other referral sources to review prosthetic and/or orthotic services and capabilities; develop and enhance business relationships to identify and secure ongoing and future sources or referrals.
  • Plan and implement strategies to meet and exceed revenue targets in coordination with management.
  • Provide detailed clinical notes to patient records.
  • May mentor residents or newly certified clinicians.
  • Provide assistance to other clinical staff.
  • Provide information to administrative staff to conduct reimbursement activities.
  • Adhere to all safety regulations; compliance with Medicare and other governmental regulations; compliance with bloodborne and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements.
  • Perform other duties or special projects as assigned.
  • May be asked to perform on-call, hospital calls, or float between more than one Hanger Clinic location.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Current board certification in Prosthetics and/or Orthotics from the American Board for Certification (ABC) or the Board of Certification (BOC), or 
  • A baccalaureate degree in prosthetics and/or orthotics, or the foreign equivalent, and current ABC Board-Eligibility in Prosthetics and/or Orthotics.
  • A valid drivers license and driving record within the standards outlined within Hangers Motor Vehicle Safety Policy and Procedures.
  • In states where licensure is required, the ability to obtain and maintain state licensure may be required as well.
  • May be willing to consider candidates who are certified in one discipline who wish see patients in their certified discipline while simultaneously completing residency in the other discipline.
  • May be willing to consider candidates who are not certified or board-eligible but have at least 5 years of demonstrated past experience in providing prosthetic and/or orthotic services under the supervision of a certified clinician.

Additional Success Factors

  • Thorough understanding of the principles of biomechanics, pathomechanics, gait analysis, kinesiology, anatomy and physiology
  • Thorough understanding of componentry and its suitability and reliability for specific uses
  • Thorough understanding of medical terminology
  • Effective communication skills for accurate, concise, and organized oral and written presentation and reports to patient and staff
  • Ability to instruct clinical and non-clinical personnel and customers on objectives of patient care services
  • Active listening, reading and comprehension skills for analyzing reports, charts and correspondence
  • Ability to assess patient condition and advise physician on treatment options
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to build professional relationships with physicians, therapists and patients
  • Ability to work effectively as a team member
  • Effective organizational, time management and planning skills
  • Act with integrity in all ways and at all times, remaining honest, transparent, and respectful in all relationships.
  • Keep the patient at the center of everything that you do, building lifelong trust.
  • Foster open collaboration and constructive dialogue with everyone around you.
  • Continuously innovate new solutions, influencing and responding to change.
  • Focus on superior outcomes, and calibrate work processes for outstanding results.

 

Physical Abilities

  • Ability to lift patients using biomedical techniques frequently throughout the course of a work day/shift; must be capable of easily lifting fifty (50) pounds of weight alone.
  • Ability to walk, bend, stand and reach constantly during a work day.
  • Visual acuity (near and distant) sufficient to maintain accurate records, recognize people, and understand written direction.
  • Ability to speak and hear sufficiently to understand and give directions.
  • Ability to push wheeled equipment throughout the facility.
  • Fine motor skills adequate for scheduling and preparing patients, equipment and supplies for treatment.
  • Ability to participate in sustained activities for many hours in duration in accordance with state labor laws.
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

Our Investment in You

  • Competitive salary.
  • Competitive health and insurance benefits.
  • Annual target bonus or commission.
  • Paid vacation and sick time.
  • Frequent company update talks with our leadership team.
  • At discretion of management, eligibility to attend Ed Fair, Hanger's annual Education Fair & National Business meeting.
  • Reimbursement of certification and licensing fees.
  • Access to the latest research and techniques in the O&P field.

 

Hanger, Inc. is committed to providing equal employment opportunity in all aspects of the employer-employee relationship. All conditions and privileges of employment are administered to all employees without discrimination or harassment because of race, religious creed, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, religion, marital status, medical condition, physical or mental disability, military service, pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions, special disabled veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, and local laws and ordinances. The Company will comply fully with all applicable state or local fair employment laws that forbid discrimination or harassment on the basis of other protected characteristics. Retaliation against any employee for filing or supporting a complaint of discrimination or harassment is prohibited.


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Lionrock Recovery is looking for a Licensed Clinician with Chemical Dependency Experience for Telehealth IOP and OP. Must have at least a Master's Degree. You can work from home and assist men and women recover from drugs and alcohol.



  • Must complete and maintain accurate records or reports regarding the patients' histories and progress, services provided, and all per Lionrock's mission and guidelines.

  • Provides a full-range of supportive SUD services including brief individual counseling, intensive counseling, case management, and consultations to support strength-based discharge planning and continuity of care.

  • Participates in case conferencing with clinical supervisor and director to assess client needs, progress, documentation, and exit planning.

  • Prepares all related treatment documentation in accordance with applicable organizational and state standards in a clear, thorough, and timely manner. Experience with electronic health records essential.

  • Intervenes as an advocate for clients to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations. Provide client and/or family members with information about addiction issues and about available services or programs, making appropriate referrals when necessary.

  • Communicating with service providers outside of the organization to market, refer, and collaborate enhancing client care.


Performs other duties as assigned.


Minimum Requirements:



  • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in a mental health related field such as Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, Marriage and Family Counseling with course work and experience in the treatment of substance use disorders. Must have licensure that allows for counselor to assist clients unsupervised.

  • State licensure as a Clinical Mental Health Social Worker, Professional counselor, or MFT. Certification as an Alcohol & Drug Counselor (if claiming license eligibility, applicant must be able to provide proper documentation). Two (2) year licensed experience providing SUD services in an inpatient or outpatient setting is preferred.

  • Ability to work in crisis situations in a professional and mature manner.

  • Strong counseling, CBT, and motivational interviewing skills. Ability to apply evidence-based therapeutic interventions as well as an understanding of traditional community supports in substance use disorder treatment essential.

  • Must be able to work individually and in a team environment. High degree of time management skill desired.

  • Must be available to schedule client video tele-counseling sessions in a private office space. Home offices are acceptable provided that clinicians represent the agency in a professional manner.

  • Above average verbal and writing skills essential as most company and client communication is completed via email.

  • Must be able to develop clear and concise reports in a timely manner. Experience with Electronic Medical Records desired.

  • Strong ability to work with computers and software desired. Must agree to maintain computer and internet accessibility as these are essential to providing online counseling services.


Company Description

About Us: Lionrock Recovery (www.lionrockrecovery.com) is a Joint Commission-accredited telehealth company providing treatment for substance use disorders based in Silicon Valley, provides telecounseling services to clients in an on-line intensive outpatient/outpatient substance use disorder treatment program. Responsible for provision of full-range of substance use disorder outpatient treatment services from comprehensive assessment, treatment planning, supportive counseling and case management as well as aftercare planning, individual psychotherapy, and crisis evaluation and support. Accepts new clients in-state as assigned by the Lionrock admissions department, with a commitment to follow through with client treatment from admission to discharge. Because this is online treatment, you must have experience using a computer for your work. Google Doc familiarity, Spreadsheets, Documentation, & Secure Email. Primary Duties and Responsibilities (via videoconferencing and electronic medical records).


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We Need State Licensed LCSW, LMFT, LPC, LADC Clinicians with Substance Abuse Experience for Telehealth IOP and OP. Must have at least a Master's Degree. You can work from home and assist men and women recover from drugs and alcohol.



  • Must complete and maintain accurate records or reports regarding the patients' histories and progress, services provided, and all per Lionrock's mission and guidelines.

  • Provides a full-range of supportive SUD services including brief individual counseling, intensive counseling, case management, and consultations to support strength-based discharge planning and continuity of care.

  • Participates in case conferencing with clinical supervisor and director to assess client needs, progress, documentation, and exit planning.

  • Prepares all related treatment documentation in accordance with applicable organizational and state standards in a clear, thorough, and timely manner. Experience with electronic health records essential.

  • Intervenes as an advocate for clients to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations. Provide client and/or family members with information about addiction issues and about available services or programs, making appropriate referrals when necessary.

  • Communicating with service providers outside of the organization to market, refer, and collaborate enhancing client care.


Performs other duties as assigned.


Minimum Requirements:



  • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in a mental health related field such as Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, Marriage and Family Counseling with course work and experience in the treatment of substance use disorders. Must have licensure that allows for counselor to assist clients unsupervised.

  • State licensure as a Clinical Mental Health Social Worker, Professional ounselor, or MFT. Certification as an Alcohol & Drug Counselor (if claiming license eligibility, applicant must be able to provide proper documentation). Two (2) year licensed experience providing SUD services in an inpatient or outpatient setting is preferred.

  • Ability to work in crisis situations in a professional and mature manner.

  • Strong counseling, CBT, and motivational interviewing skills. Ability to apply evidence-based therapeutic interventions as well as an understanding of traditional community supports in substance use disorder treatment essential.

  • Must be able to work individually and in a team environment. High degree of time management skill desired.

  • Must be available to schedule client video tele-counseling sessions in a private office space. Home offices are acceptable provided that clinicians represent the agency in a professional manner.

  • Above average verbal and writing skills essential as most company and client communication is completed via email.

  • Must be able to develop clear and concise reports in a timely manner. Experience with Electronic Medical Records desired.

  • Strong ability to work with computers and software desired. Must agree to maintain computer and internet accessibility as these are essential to providing online counseling services.


Company Description

About Us: Lionrock Recovery (www.lionrockrecovery.com) is a Joint Commission-accredited telehealth company providing treatment for substance use disorders based in Silicon Valley, provides telecounseling services to clients in an on-line intensive outpatient/outpatient substance use disorder treatment program. Responsible for provision of full-range of substance use disorder outpatient treatment services from comprehensive assessment, treatment planning, supportive counseling and case management as well as aftercare planning, individual psychotherapy, and crisis evaluation and support. Accepts new clients in-state as assigned by the Lionrock admissions department, with a commitment to follow through with client treatment from admission to discharge. Because this is online treatment, you must have experience using a computer for your work. Google Doc familiarity, Spreadsheets, Documentation, & Secure Email. Primary Duties and Responsibilities (via videoconferencing and electronic medical records).


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LTSS Service Coordinator-RN Clinician

Location: Alexandria, Virginia, United States

Requisition #: PS26849

Post Date: Nov 20, 2019

Your Talent. Our Vision. At Anthem, Inc. its a powerful combination, and the foundation upon which were creating greater access to care for our members, greater value for our customers, and greater health for our communities. Join us and together we will drive the future of health care.

This is an exceptional opportunity to do innovative work that means more to you and those we serve at one of America's leading health benefits companies and a Fortune Top 50 Company.

This is a Field RN Coordinator position, supporting our LTSS (Long Term Services and Supports) Medicaid members in northern Virginia. You will travel with your own vehicle throughout Fairfax, Alexandria, Arlington and Prince Williams counties (mileage reimbursed). You'll meet with members where they live to complete assessments for services. You will be given the training and equipment to work from a home office. You must have a high speed internet connection.

The LTSS Service Coordinator-RN Clinician is responsible for overall management of member's case within the scope of licensure; provides direction to non-RN clinicians participating in the member's case in accordance with applicable state law and contract; develops, monitors, evaluates, and revises the member's care plan to meet the member's needs, with the goal of optimizing member health care across the care continuum.


  • Responsible for performing telephonic or face-to-face clinical assessments for the identification, evaluation, coordination and management of member's needs, including physical health, behavioral health, social services and long term services and supports.


  • Identifies members for high risk complications and coordinates care in conjunction with the member and the health care team.


  • Manages members with chronic illnesses, co-morbidities, and/or disabilities, to insure cost effective and efficient utilization of health benefits.


  • Obtains a thorough and accurate member history to develop an individual care plan.


  • Establishes short and long term goals in collaboration with the member, caregivers, family, natural supports, physicians; identifies members that would benefit from an alternative level of care or other waiver programs.


  • The RN has overall responsibility to develop the care plan for services for the member and ensures the member's access to those services.


  • May assist with the implementation of member care plans by facilitating authorizations/referrals for utilization of services, as appropriate, within benefits structure or through extra-contractual arrangements, as permissible.


  • Interfaces with Medical Directors, Physician Advisors and/or Inter-Disciplinary Teams on the development of care management treatment plans.


  • May also assist in problem solving with providers, claims or service issues.


  • May direct the work of any LPN/LVN, LSW, LCSW, LMSW, and other licensed professionals other than an RN, in coordinating services for the member by, for example, assigning appropriate tasks to the non-RN clinicians, verifying and interpreting member information obtained by these individuals, conducting additional assessments, as necessary, to develop, monitor, evaluate, and revise the member's care plan to meet the member's needs, and reviewing and providing input on the non-RN clinicians' performance on a regular basis.


  • Requires an RN; a minimum of 3 years of experience working with individuals with chronic illnesses, co-morbidities, and/or disabilities in a Service Coordinator, Case Management, or similar role; or any combination of education and experience, which would provide an equivalent background.


  • Current, unrestricted RN license in Virginia is required.


  • Masters in Health/Nursing preferred.


  • Bi-lingual Spanish a plus.


  • Local travel required (mileage reimbursed).


  • Knowledge of long term care, Medicaid, managed care preferred.


  • Field experience (home health, etc.) preferred.


  • Computer skills: MS Office (Word, Outlook, Excel) Facets, Care Compass a plus. You must be comfortable working on a computer. You will be working on multiple screens, utilizing web-based applications and updating excel spreadsheets.


Anthem, Inc. is ranked as one of Americas Most Admired Companies among health insurers by Fortune magazine and is a 2018 DiversityInc magazine Top 50 Company for Diversity. To learn more about our company and apply, please visit us at antheminc.com/careers. An Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veteran


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We are looking for a clinician with expertise in the area of anxiety to provide evidence-based assessment and treatment of a full spectrum of anxiety and obsessive-compulsive-related conditions. Treatment is provided within both a traditional outpatient setting, as well as within an Intensive Outpatient Program. Clinicians are expected to carry an outpatient caseload and act as a primary therapist to patients within the IOP program. We encourage applicants who have subspecialty interests and training to apply.

What are the Benefits of joining our team?

Our clinicians enjoy the aspects of being an independent provider that are appealing, while having the administrative and operational support to manage everything else that you need as a provider. As a full-time employee of SLBMI, we offer a centralized intake office that screens and schedules a steady flow of clients for clinicians; an efficient and professionally run billing service; marketing support; assistance in managing managed care, including credentialing, and consultation on practice development.

We encourage our clinicians to schedule their practice in ways that allow them to achieve their lifestyle preferences, while still maintaining an active patient caseload and participating in their specialty program needs. We utilize a compensation plan based upon percentage of net cash collections for our clinicians, again allowing our clinicians to have more independence in their practice while earning competitive compensation. Such a model allows for work-life balance, while also providing the ability to earn more if the clinician desires to have a larger caseload. You would also be part of a multidisciplinary team of over 60 excellent colleagues willing to share their clinical expertise for case consultation, continuing education, and program development.

We support our clinicians to further their career through providing opportunities for clinical presentations/speaking opportunities, consultations, research, and continuing education. SLBMI also provides a comprehensive benefits package, rarely found in private practice, including professional liability insurance.

If you believe that your clinical experience is more general in nature and your knowledge base is not as specialized as our programs are structured, you may want to consider speaking with us about our Specialist-in-Training option.

What is the Specialist in Training model option?

The Specialist-in-Training model is housed within a full-time salaried-based plan (benefits-eligible). This is a transition plan for a full-time compensation-based clinical position with SLBMI.

This training salaried model consists of a three to six month period. Generally this time consists of: weekly supervision; assigned reading; didactic sessions to discuss the readings and receive additional education; increased conceptualization in treatment plans reviewed by your supervisor; attendance of open supervision and discussion of other SLBMI programs that may be part of your training time. Other types of activities may be possible which would enhance your skills as a clinician in general, as well as within your specialty area.

The overall goals are: 1) to solidify your knowledge of the scientific, theoretical, and therapeutic approaches to working within your specialty program area, 2) to enhance your ability to perform relevant evaluations and assessments, 3) to effectively apply scientific knowledge within the context of your psychological interventions, and 4) to independently evaluate and provide therapeutic practice for the specific program you are working within.

At the end of the Specialist-in-Training period, you and your supervisor would review your current standing and make a decision whether you should go forward to a full clinical caseload or continue under more limited supervision.

Specialist-in-Training applicants are accepted year-round and are based on our current open employment positions available.

Job Requirements

Interested applicants must be fully licensed by the Missouri State Committee of Psychologists and credentialed (or credentialed-eligible) on managed care panels in Missouri. Doctorate degree in Psychology is strongly preferred, Master's degree in a psychology-related field (such as an LCSW) will be considered. Experience and specialty focus within the area of anxiety with ability to provide evidence-based assessment and treatment of a full spectrum of anxiety and obsessive-compulsive-related conditions is strongly preferred. Please also submit interest letter and CV with your application.


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GENERAL SUMMARY:


Deliver family based counseling and supportive services to client and families, to include individual, group and family counseling. Following the St. Charles philosophy, this position will work closely with the youth and family, other Level II staff, community resources, schools and the Department of Youth & Family Services to implement strength based family services.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:



  • Adheres to St. Charles Youth & Family Services Policies and Procedures.

  • Plan and facilitate Level II In-Home groups according to program requirements as needed.

  • Coordinate monthly parent support groups based on assessment results.

  • Identify and utilize local community resources for client families and children, coordinate with intra-agency and inter-agency resources the delivery of services and treatment planning.

  • Conduct and interpret assessment, psychosocial evaluation and assessment of children, adolescents and adults, family systems and subsystems; to work effectively with behavioral, emotional and learning disorders of children and adolescents and become familiar with current diagnostic testing and criteria for psychiatric disorders.

  • Provide direct services to smaller caseload including referral, intake and assessment, crisis intervention and liaison between clients, families and agency.

  • Provide written documentation to include progress notes, the completion of formal written service program summaries, recommendations, service plans, and court reports.

  • Support and complete other program function as needed

  • Represent agency at court, school, and other community resources as needed.

  • Supports the goals of the agency mission/vision.

  • Prepare all documentation according to time frames.

  • Other duties as assigned.


MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:



  • Master’s degree in Social Work or related field. And licensed or working toward licensure.

  • Knowledge base of adolescent and family issues and dynamics.

  • Knowledge of the Wisconsin Children’s Code and juvenile justice systems.

  • Knowledge of local, state and federal statutes and regulations, guidelines, practices and policies relevant to or specifically applicable to their specific role and the operation of youth programs, out of home placement of children, abuse and neglect reporting procedures and requirements, termination of parental rights and children in need of protective services and the educational system.

  • Knowledge of Milwaukee County (Department of Youth& Family Services), Milwaukee Public Schools, and Milwaukee community based youth serving agencies.)

  • Knowledge of human growth and development theories.

  • Knowledge of Trauma Informed Care philosophy and practices.

  • Ability to perform tasks using MS Windows, Microsoft, agency’s database system and other computer applications in a timely manner.

  • Ability to display cultural competence and awareness by responding respectfully and effectively to people of all cultures, languages, classes, races, ethnic backgrounds, religions and other diversity factors in a manner that recognizes, affirms and values the worth of individuals, families and communities and protects and preserves the dignity of each.

  • Ability to conduct and coordinate individual, family and group therapy sessions utilizing home, community and institution based resources; and techniques, strategies and interventions for delivery of home based family services.

  • Ability to prepare formal reports.

  • Valid Wisconsin driver’s license and liability insurance.

  • Ability to use vehicles, including own for work related duties according to the agency’s insurance liability standards.

  • Ability to accurately perform record keeping and documentation entries.


Preferred:


  • Bilingual

WORKING CONDITIONS



  • Indoor/outdoor requirements (including client homes, court & schools)

  • Potential for physical intervention of clients as needed.

  • Exposure to lift a maximum of 50 lbs.

  • Local travel as required fulfilling essential functions of the position.



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JOIN OR DEDICATED TEAM AS WE EXPAND!


CCS’s Family Behavioral Health System is looking for Clinicians who want to join our team of innovators who continually "push the envelope" and challenges traditional thinking in Behavioral Health.


We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children and families in their own home and community. Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity.


This is a professional position providing therapeutic interventions to children, youth and their families with intensive behavioral health, crisis response, and community safety needs. Therapeutic services provided by a Clinician III include crisis intervention and extended stabilization as well as longer-term, team-based behavioral health services to children, youth and their families. Clinicians work flexible schedules in the home and community setting of the youth and families. This unique way of working allows clinicians the opportunity to offer a high level of collaboration, coordination and intensive behavior health services while allowing room for creativity and needs driven work. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities.


The Clinician III is the primary behavioral health treatment provider assigned to a child, youth and their family. The Clinician III is a lead clinical support, completing the intake/assessment and prescribing mental health treatment, identifying strategies and services to high-risk children, youth and their families. The Clinician III position requires the skills and abilities to assess immediate safety and risk 'in-the-moment' in crisis situations while providing direct therapeutic intervention and support for a diverse population of children with behavioral health needs. Position requires 24/5 on call availability. Clinicians work flexible schedules in order to meet with youth and families at times and places that are convenient to them, meaning clinicians often work later in the day, frequently after 5 pm.


$75 availability Stipend per pay period


Up to $2,000 productivity incentive per quarter depending may be paid


Responsibilities



  • Engage child/youth and family in services and build strong therapeutic alliances

  • Provide clinical assessment and DSM diagnosis

  • Assess safety needs and risks and create collaborative safety and supervision plans

  • Ensure linkages to community resources, services, and supports

  • Provide crisis response by phone, in person, or by directing other staff members

  • Develop, implement, and oversee mental health treatment plan

  • Provide intensive and strengths-based therapeutic services and supports, including Evidence Based and Promising Practices customized to each client and family

  • Complete all Medicaid required treatment documentation, including treatment plans, safety crisis plans, and assessments, ensuring appropriate Medicaid coding and entering information into an electronic health record.


Qualifications



  • Master’s degree in social work, psychological, behavioral sciences or equivalent.

  • Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and automobile insurance.

  • Must have an acceptable driving record per CCS’ driving policy.

  • Applicant must successfully pass required background checks prior to an offer of employment.


Please apply via our website at: https://ccsww.org/careers/ ; or email your cover letter and resume to: karlal@ccsww.org


Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position


Note to Internal Candidates: HR reviews internal compensation and determines increase based on their experience and also agency internal equity factors.


Company Description

The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


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Fee for Service Clinician: Master’s level clinician providing outpatient therapy to adults, adolescents and families on a fee for service basis. This position is responsible for the provision of culturally-competent clinical assessment and treatment services to adults, adolescents and families as well as collaboration with other providers and organizations. Experience required in initial assessment, individual and family therapy. Experience with treatment for adults and substance use preferred. This position offers flexible hours, competitive pay and clinical supervision. Licensed or license eligible required. Must have LMSW or associates license as MFT or LPC. Bilingual Candidates strongly encouraged to apply. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Company Description

The Child Guidance Clinic For Central Connecticut, Inc. is an established community leader providing a continuum of comprehensive behavioral health services to children, adolescents, adults and their families. Specialized services include behavioral health evaluation and treatment, substance abuse treatment, outreach services and prevention programs. Child Guidance also provides consultation and educational services to a variety of community agencies and organizations. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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We need YOU!


Who We Are: Founded as an orphanage in 1894 by the Sisters of Mercy, MercyFirst today offers an integrated continuum of care for children in need, from birth through adolescence, including children who have been abused and neglected; youth with serious emotional problems; teenagers and young adults who are without family; and families coping with the stress and pressures of poverty, domestic violence, mental illness, and substance abuse.

MercyFirst is currently seeking a Clinician (Part-Time)
 


EDUCATION, LICENSURE, AND/OR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:   Masters Degree in Social Work with License Masters in Social Work (LMSW).   Must have and maintain a valid Driver’s License with a satisfactory driving record. 
 


EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:  Clinical related experience in the assessment and treatment of children and families and relevant experience with child/adolescent.  Experience & knowledge of child/adolescent growth & development and families including child/adolescent development stages and family dynamics.
 


BRIEF SUMMARY OF POSITION:    provide a full range of clinical services to the residents as a member of the treatment team.  


 


All staff are expected to:


· Uphold our Mission and Core Values and Sanctuary Commitments.


· Comply with Agency Personnel Policies and Procedures.


· Conduct all work with good faith compliance of all legal and regulations requirements.


· Maintain good attendance and report to work on time.


· Complete attendance records accurately.


· Safeguard confidential information.


· Successfully complete minimum training requirements.


· Communicate accurate information in a timely manner to supervisors.


· Accurately complete job-related documentation in a timely manner.


· Communicate in a professional manner to children, families, peers, outsides agencies/vendors.


· Demonstrate cultural competence.


· Demonstrate a willingness to take on new responsibilities and alter performance with changing needs.


· Continually seek to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their department and the agency.


· Organize tasks, data and work area.


· Manage time effectively.


· Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
 


Brief outline of essential tasks:



  • Use accepted techniques of assessment and therapeutic intervention demonstrating competency in trauma treatment via individual and group sessions

  • Provide individual counseling and treatment, substance abuse counseling and treatment, trauma-informed counseling and treatment, family and group counseling

  • Work with the Treatment Team/Care Team to establish treatment goals for youth/children utilizing historical and current information available

  • Practice use of Evidence-based treatment models: CBT, TF-CBT, SPARCS, ARC

  • Assist youth to develop skills as defined in treatment goals

  • Provide youth and families with psychoeducation and wellness education

  • Report behaviors believed to be symptomatic, emotional, physical, or psychological disturbances

  • De-escalate emotional and/or physical outbursts through the use of therapeutic crisis intervention

  • Assist in psychiatric hospitalizations

  • Ensure required documentation for all case actions (clinical notes) are completed within established timeframes.

  • Work collaboratively with other departments including Health Office, Care Management, AODs, etc.

  • Maintain appropriate professional boundaries with clients and staff

  • Maintain a safe and secure environment for clients


Our Mission:  MercyFirst, a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Mercy, inspires hope and promotes healing for children and families by providing quality human services and educational opportunities while advocating for social change.

What We Offer:  Competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package.



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Overview

Behavioral Health Utilization Management Clinician

Telecommute within WA, OR, UT, or ID

 

Bring your experience to a role where you will:

  • Provides utilization management (such as prospective concurrent and retrospective review) to best meet the members specific healthcare needs and to promote quality and cost-effective outcomes and appropriate payment for services.

At Cambia, our values are fundamental to achieving our Cause of transforming the health care industry. They guide our actions and bring diverse perspectives together to improve the health care journey better for those we serve. All eight values are equally important and linked to the others: Empathy, Hope, Courage, Trust, Commitment, Collaboration, Innovation, and Accountability. These values are not just words on paper - we live them every day.

Responsibilities & Requirements

  • Knowledge of health insurance industry trends, technology and contractual arrangements.
  • General computer skills (including use of Microsoft Office, Outlook, internet search). Familiarity with health care documentation systems.
  • Strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication and customer service skills.
  • Ability to interpret policies and procedures and communicate complex topics effectively.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills with the ability to manage workload independently.
  • Ability to think critically and make decisions within individual role and responsibility.

Normally to be proficient in the competencies listed above:

  • Behavioral Health Clinical Manager would have a Masters Degree in Behavioral Health Discipline or an Associate or Bachelor's Degree in Nursing and 3 years of case management, utilization management, disease management, or behavioral health case management experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.   

Required Licenses, Certifications, Registration, Etc.

Must have 3 years direct behavioral Health clinical experience as either:

  • An independently licensed Master's level Behavioral Health Clinician in one of the areas of Psychology,Counselling, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy; Independently Licensed Psychologist Registered Nurse License (RN)
  • Clinical License must be unrestricted and current in state of residence. If an RN, must be licensed in WA, OR, ID or UT and willing to be licensed in multiple states.(No associate level/ interns please)

About Us

Regence employees are part of the larger Cambia family of companies, which seeks to drive innovative health solutions. We offer a competitive salary and a generous benefits package. We are an equal opportunity employer dedicated to workforce diversity and a drug and tobacco-free workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status or any other status protected by law. A drug screen and background check is required.

 

Regence is 2.2 million members, here for our families, co-workers and neighbors, helping each other be and stay healthy and provide support in time of need. We've been here for members more than 90 years. Regence is a nonprofit health care company offering individual and group medical, dental, vision and life insurance, Medicare and other government programs as well as pharmacy benefit management. We are the largest health insurer in the Northwest/Intermountain Region, serving members as Regence BlueShield of Idaho, Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon, Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Utah and Regence BlueShield (in Washington). Each plan is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. If youre seeking a career that affects change in the health care system, consider joining our team at Cambia Health Solutions. We advocate for transforming the health care system by making health care more affordable and accessible, increasing consumers engagement in their health care decisions, and offering a diverse range of products and services that promote the health and well-being of our members. Cambia's portfolio of companies spans health care information technology and software development; retail health care; health insurance plans that carry the Blue Cross and Blue Shield brands; pharmacy benefit management; life, disability, dental, vision and other lines of protection; alternative solutions to health care access and free-standing health and wellness solutions.


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