Career Level Manager
We serve children ages 14-20, many of whom are in the foster care system. Clinicians provide psychological and supportive services not only at our homes but also in our clients’ schools and other sites throughout the community. Clinicians partner with individuals and various systems the child is involved in, including primary Social Workers and family, schools, the legal and foster care system, and others within the clients’ team. Embedded in our work is an approach that is culturally and ethnically relevant.
- promote and model ethical and sound professional and clinical judgment in collaborating with clients, staff, and the community.
- conduct individual, group, and family therapy.
- maintain clinical records of clients on time; in EXYM; our Electronic Health Records System
- participate in treatment meetings involving the clients, including (CFT’s).
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF POSITION:
- Therapeutic Intervention
- Complete Mental Health
- Develop treatment plans with measurable and observable
- Provide developmentally, appropriate therapeutic interventions for children and
- Complete all agency required documentation and grant-specific documentation on time using EHR.
- Provide a minimum of 65% clinical hours of DMH billable services (including individual, family, and group therapy; collateral contacts; plan development, case management,
- Other Responsibilities
- Attend and participate in team meetings, staff meetings, and required Present cases to assess the effectiveness of treatment, level of treatment, and review and update treatment goals.
- Provide the highest possible level of service to
- Promote teamwork and cooperative effort among
- Maintain safe
- DMH Billing Experience a Plus
- Abide by DIUP policies and
- Education and Experience
- Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Marriage, and Family
- Two years’ experience in providing treatment to children who have experienced trauma and neglect and their
- Be licensed or registered by their respective California licensing board of authority
- Knowledge of the Child Welfare System, Victim’s Compensation Program, and HIPAA regulations.
- Special Skills, Licenses, and Certifications
- LMFT/AMFT, LCSW/ACSW, Clinical Psychologist or license eligible.
- Knowledge of therapeutic mental health intervention services for children and families who have experienced trauma and neglect to promote healthy development and prevent child
- Must be able to provide therapy services in a variety of settings, including but not limited to the home, clinic, mobile unit, community centers, schools,
- Excellent written and oral communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills to develop and maintain critical internal and external relationships to achieve organizational goals and
- Ability to manage varying situations with tact and
- Accurate and on-time completion of
- Ability to organize and triage
- Ability to work in a challenging
- Valid California driver’s
- Clear DMV record
- Physical Expectation
- May require lengthy periods of time sitting, including documentation of ongoing case notes or proactivity reporting, may be up to 25% of your time.
- Walking Therapy
- Ability to operate a motor vehicle
In accordance with standards.
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