Bay Area Clinical Associates, P.C. (BACA) is a physician-owned and operated organization offering evidence-based mental health services to youth and their families in the San Francisco Bay Area. BACA currently offers outpatient and intensive outpatient services in San Jose and Berkeley and is exploring other sites as well. We are looking for a part-time or full-time therapist to join our multidisciplinary team, providing routine outpatient care as well as care to patients in intensive outpatient programs.
Our mission is to set a new standard in providing evidence-based, multidisciplinary, integrated care. We provide all therapy and medication services at one convenient location, and will collaborate with schools and help with accommodations. We do see adults, but only the parents of the children we treat, as needed to improve the well-being of the child’s caretakers. Psychiatrists are team leaders and will generally work with 2-3 LMFT/LCSW in delivering care. We are looking for committed individuals dedicated to the BACA mission. BACA is a fun, friendly place to work and we go on a first name basis for patients and staff. BACA offers the opportunity for clinicians to run groups and develop innovative treatment programs. As a therapist at BACA, you are expected to provide care to patients both in the outpatient and intensive outpatient program (IOP). For the IOP and outpatient clinic, you would provide individual and family therapy, and parent training.
Who are we:
Educational &Therapeutic Services is a full service provider that specializes in the ABA treatment of autism and other developmental disabilities in home or center. Our broad thinking of approach addresses the child as a whole by collaborating with doctors, therapists, families, schools, and specialists. Our goal is to work together to achieve the best possible outcome.
Currently we are looking for high energy people to join our team of Behavior Technicians. If you don’t have any previous ABA experience, no worries! We will provide you with hands on training and pay you to go through the certification process to become a Registered Behavior Therapist.
Our staff includes college students, mothers, school teachers, and professionals that enjoy helping children achieve the best version of themselves. This is a good job for college students that are studying child development, psychology, special education, social work, teaching, ect.
$15-$25 an hour depending on prior experience and education
Please email us your resume and include an introduction paragraph letting us know why you are interested in this position at:
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We are seeking an incredible and compassionate Licensed Psychologist for a non-profit Healthcare Center that takes initiative on addressing the health of the underserved population.
Established over 40 years ago, we are focused on a non-profit model to find a strong clinician to join a group of dedicated individuals determined to help and promote the well-being for a population in need. The value and mission is to provide access to high quality healthcare for all, regardless of ability to pay.
This well-established facility takes pride as home to over 25,000 adults and children living in the Bay area. Are you a strong advocate for the non-profit setting? Strive to help others with your leadership ability? This may be just the role for you.
Final salary is per employer discretion and commensurate with experience.
Trauma Recovery Center Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Ruby's Place, a 48 year old non-profit specializing in helping those who have been affected by human trafficking, domestic violence and violent crimes is looking for a Licensed Clinical Psychologist to join our Trauma Recover Center team. Trauma Recovery Center (TRC) is a program model developed by UCSF that was the first of its kind in California. It is designed to help victims of violent crime overcome barriers to accessing mental health treatment, health care, and legal resources in the acute aftermath of
trauma. The TRC serves recent victims of violent crime, including survivors of physical assault,
sexual assault, gun shot wounds, stabbings, domestic violence and human trafficking.
Under the supervision of the Clinical Coordinator, the Licensed Clinical Psychologist (LCP) will orient and train new TRC licensed clinicians to provide assertive outreach, clinical case management, and trauma-informed, evidence-based psychotherapy services to acute survivors of violent crime. LCP will
also develop policies and procedures to direct clinical practice, monitor client flow, and
develop/maintain community partnerships. The LCP will also carry a caseload of individual clients and may facilitate group treatment as well. Since UCSF created this model there are now 10 TRCs across California. Ruby’s Place will open Southern Alameda County’s TRC this summer.
The Licensed Clinical Psychologist (LCP) must have a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, and MUST be registered with the California Board of Psychology as: a Licensed Psychologist. The LPC should have experience in providing therapy, crisis intervention, group counseling, general experience working with people who are survivors of violence, domestic violence and human trafficking, and providing support to a multidisciplinary team. In addition, the LPC will have an understanding of the dynamics of trauma caused from violent crimes and successful treatments for these traumas.
Must possess a valid CA Driver’s license, proof of insurance. Fingerprints and background check required. Must be able to provide a copy of a college degree and California Board License. Professional license from Board of Behavioral Sciences must remain valid at all times during your employment at Ruby's Place.
HOURS OF WORK:
The hours of work are full-time, 40 hours per week. The TCC must be available to respond to any other unforeseen circumstances or emergencies. Due to COVID-19 this position is remote until January 2021.
SALARY: 90-95k annually DOE
Clinical Intervention, Consultation, Psychotherapy, Liaison, Outreach and Case Management:
• Conducts clinical intakes of new clients using a trauma-informed approach and identifies service
needs when appropriate. Assessment includes identifying presenting problems, psychosocial
history, mental status exam, and DSM-5 diagnosis.
• Clinical interventions include: crisis intervention in medical facilities as well as
on-site at the TRC. Please note that due to Covid-19 crisis the majority of crisis interventions is offered through telehealth.
• Clinical services also include short-term, trauma-informed individual and group psychotherapy as
well as comprehensive clinical case management, liaison with other health care providers, and
referral and accompaniment to community services when appropriate.
• May visit patient at home and/or in the community for the purpose of outreach and follow-up if
the patient is unable to keep regularly scheduled appointments.
• Caseload consists of complex clients, all of whom have histories of trauma, including acute and
chronic physical and sexual abuse, and are victims of interpersonal violence such as sexual
assault, physical assault, domestic violence, gunshot wounds, political torture, and immigration
trauma. Many clients also have concurrent medical problems, psychosocial problems, and may
have substance abuse problems as well.
• Provides consultation to a multidisciplinary treatment team on the psychosocial ramifications of
trauma, substance abuse, psychiatric problems and chronic medical problems.
• Utilizes knowledge of the mental health, medical, and community resources in San Francisco and
maintains familiarity with new programs.
• Develops a comprehensive treatment and service plan for each client, integrating knowledge
from a wide range of human service resources.
• Facilitates coordination of services among various agencies; advocates for and links client to
needed services. Helps to eligibilize clients for social security disability, Victim of Crime, and
other financial entitlements. Provides assistance with U-Visas and psychological asylum
evaluations as needed. Serves as a client advocate and liaison with the District Attorney’s Office
and Police Department for victims of crime wishing to file police reports, restraining orders, etc.
Clinical Supervision, Teaching, Training, and Program Development:
• Provides clinical and administrative supervision to clinical staff and interns.
• Takes the lead in preparing, planning and conducting in-service trainings and case conferences.
• Assists in organizing and co-teaching a didactic Trauma Seminar on the assessment and treatment
of acute and chronic trauma in underserved populations, using evidence-based practices.
• Conducts community presentations on the assessment and treatment of trauma.
• Takes the lead in working with the TRC Director on program development and initiating
innovative models of care.
Record Keeping and Administration and Other Duties:
• Maintain client records according to California, City, and County requirements.
• Records data in client’s chart according to RP-TRC standards.
• Meets program productivity standards; Completes productivity forms, clinical documentation and
other documentation of services in a timely fashion.
• Assists in processing Quality Improvement requests.
• Assists in data collection for program evaluation and research purposes
• Attends staff meetings and other assigned meetings, participates in training sessions (e.g. in-
services, grand rounds).
• Performs other related duties as assigned.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Demonstrated experience supervising clinical staff and interns.
Must demonstrate cultural humility and a strengths-based, recovery philosophy.
Excellent organizational and strong interpersonal skills
Demonstrated excellent attendance and reliability
Must have the passion and knowledge on providing training on topics such as motivational interviewing, DBT, trauma- focused cognitive processing and seeking safety.
REQUIRED EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
Possession of a valid license in Psychology issued by the California Board of
Able to obtain Medical Staff Privileges at UCSF/SFGH.
At least 3 years post licensing.
Experience working with trauma survivors from underserved populations, including
young people of color, people who are homeless and/or chronically mentally ill,
people from immigrant and refugee groups, and LGBTQ people.
Experience providing evidence-based, trauma-focused treatment.
Experience doing case management, outreach, and home visits.
People of color and ethnic minorities are encouraged to apply
Bilingual Spanish preferred
Ability to communicate and write business correspondence, reports and applications. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups and individuals.
Ability to interpret budgets, government regulations, and financial reports. Ability to collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Ruby’s Place is committed to the implementation of an Affirmative Action Policy and the Americans with Disability Policy in its recruitment, selection and placement of all personnel and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
This position is a 35-40 hour/week position for an Assistant Clinical Director
- establish rapport with patients and build trust and confidence
- maintain clinical boundaries and create safety
- obtain patient history and identify developmental lesions
- understand impact of trauma and how to treat trauma
- provide targeted interventions for different pathologies
- provide interventions for associated conditions like chronic pain and substance use
- collaborate with treatment team providers and participate in case conference and staff meetings
- provide clinical documentation according to IT and HIPAA guidelines
- understands well the treatment modalities offered at HPS
- be available for ad hoc and bi-weekly individual supervision
- establish long-term goals with staff, support staff in their professional and personal aspirations
- collaborate with associated providers and involved outside clinicians
- ensure all documentation is completed in a timely manner
- establish rapport and confidence in all aspects of your relationships w staff
- communicate professionally and facilitate for clinicians to understand the overall perspective to their treatment interventions in the context of patient’s diagnoses and level of functioning
- provided intake services for incoming patients, incl. initial assessment, diagnostic impression, treatment planning
- obtain insurance authorizations, and when necessary SCA for out-of-network services
- keep track of insurance authorizations and associated treatment limits
- plan staff meetings, incl. administrative concerns for staff and clinical case conference discussions
- make sure that associated clinicians and medical providers receive a copy of HPS’ initial assessment
- coordinate with Dr. Cartwright in following up with communications to psychiatrists
- ensure all treatment documentation is provided by staff
- provide bi-monthly time-sheets that document your clinical and administrative activities
- provide quality assurance for insurance billing, and staff invoices
- reach out to the community for referral purposes
- plan community events at HPS
- Licenced Psychologist
- Clinical experience & supervisory experience
- California Licensure and good standing with the licensing board
- ability to build rapport with patients and with the colleagues at HPS and in the community
- certification in a treatment modality
- competent leadership ability
- excellent written and verbal communication skills
- ability to provide direction to the treatment team
- HIPAA trained; able to be a HIPAA officer for HPS