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    Bilingual Clinical Program Manager

    The Family Conservancy

    Kansas City, KS

    Summary of Position

     

    Manages the Dame La Mano Program, provides psychotherapy and case management services in English and Spanish with voluntary and nonvoluntary consumers requesting individual, children, couples, family, and or group services. The position works with considerable autonomy and provides weekly supervision, addresses urgent risk issues, and oversees clinical documentation for therapists and case managers working in the Dame La Mano Program (DLM); answers questions on the issues of diversity, language access, and inclusion for other Clinical Services staff; assists with creating narratives for grants and outcome reports by providing needed data and insight; and develops and implements effective procedures.

     

    To Apply

     

    Upload your resume and complete the application on the following site: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/319187/The-Family-Conservancy/Bilingual-Clinical-Program-Manager

     

    Essential Job Results

    Effective Relationships:

     

    Interprets agency policy and services to consumers, other agencies, and community groups as required. May work with community groups/coalitions, especially those serving the Latino community, around unmet and special needs and may carry a special community assignment relevant to agency program.

    Responsible for sustaining and follow up contact with assigned consumers, ensuring continuum of quality consumer service.

    Contributes to the program’s effectiveness by responding same day to requests for information relative to case assignment or agency function.

    Meets scheduled appointments prepared and on time.

    Facilitates a collaborative team approach to program management, creates effective relationships among staff, clients, and community agencies to enhance services to children and families.

    Attends monthly Clinical Leadership team meetings and leads bi-monthly Dame La Mano staff meetings.

    Creates effective working relationships among staff, assuring open communication by supervising, training, coaching and consulting with assigned Program Staff.

    Contributes to the success of the Clinical Services Department by developing and maintaining formal and informal relationships with local health department staff, other mental health and health professionals, community organizations, government agencies, business and schools and other agency staff. Participates in community outreach events to ensure agency and program visibility.

    Resolves consumer, community and personnel issues with assistance from Clinical Director, Vice President of Innovation & Programs, President & CEO, and legal council.

     

    Clinical Objectives:

     

    Assists individuals, groups and families through the counseling relationship, using a combination of clinical mental health and human development principles, methods, diagnostic procedures, treatment plans, and other psychotherapeutic techniques, to develop an understanding of personal problems, to define goals, and to plan action reflecting the client's interests, abilities, aptitudes and mental health needs. Will utilize the DSM in diagnosis, assessment and recommendations. May administer and interpret assessment and outcome tools throughout the diagnostic and treatment process and provide guidance to individuals or groups.

    Maintains professional licensure in Missouri and Kansas.

    As assigned, performs group work duties that may include facilitating or co-facilitating groups on parenting, domestic violence, or other identified content area that is a need for client population that is served.

    Supports the Bilingual Intake Specialist and makes referrals as needed, making effective use of agency and community resources.

    Accepts increasing responsibility commensurate with level of skill and experience. Should demonstrate an increasing ability to function independently.

    As needed, provides case management support to client's to support achievement of meeting treatment goals.

    Accepts and responds to assigned 24 Hour Call responsibilities.

    Helps maintain effective program functioning by meeting with supervisor a minimum of twice a month unless supervisor sets a more frequent schedule or a more frequent level is required for licensure.

    Maintains a consistent level of work production according to agency quantitative standards for this classification.

     

    Reporting:

     

    Prepares documentation such as grant reports, client and collateral correspondence that is accurate, timely, and meets agency standards. Grant report preparation may require comparing grant costing and electronic medical records to ensure accuracy.

    Prepares accurate, timely work documentation including completing consumer assessments within two sessions or three weeks of first meeting, documenting each session with a session note completed at time of session, case closing will occur within 45-days of last contact.

     

    Hiring & Supervision:

     

    Provides leadership and supervision to assigned staff in accordance with agency policies and applicable laws including interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising introductory and annual performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems in an effective, timely manner.

    • Reviews goals quarterly, and completes semi-annual evaluations of assigned personnel in a timely manner.

     

    Strategic Planning:

     

    Guides strategic planning to maintain, strengthen and ensure that adequate systems are in place to maintain highest quality of services to children and families in assigned programs.

    Supports The Family Conservancy’s Strategic Plan and ensures accountability through successful implementation of assigned objectives where applicable.

    Provides leadership for planning, developing, maintaining, and improving all assigned programs/services, including management and coordination of assigned personnel as they apply to Clinical Services.

    Prepares an annual plan for assigned programs based on the agency’s strategic plan.

    Reviews and makes recommendations to the Clinical Director regarding staffing patterns in the assigned programs.

     

    Financial Management

     

    Achieves financial objectives by preparation, analysis, and initiation of corrective actions of assigned programs/services.

    Provides input for the Clinical Department Annual budget and for assigned programs in a timely manner.

    Reviews program budget details monthly and makes corrections as needed.

    Reviews assigned budgets with Finance Department staff quarterly, or more frequently if needed.

     

    Performance and Quality Improvement (PQI)

     

    Ensures consistency in service delivery with attention to inclusive practices and integration of component areas. Oversees development, maintenance and evaluation of the programmatic systems which encourage continuous quality improvement. Reports to the Performance Measurement Committee at least quarterly as part of performance and quality improvement (PQI) activities.

    Responsible for ongoing development, maintenance and evaluation of the programmatic systems for assuring accountability in the assigned programs/services.

    Actively participates in accreditation preparation and review process.

    Program evaluation systems will be reviewed yearly.

    Gathers, analyzes, prepares and disseminates information to the administrative office which provides a basis for the function of program support services and evaluation of programs.

    Maintains operations by participating in quality and utilization reviews and leading those reviews as assigned.

    Ensures program compliance by supervising program goals, objectives, priorities and evaluation criteria.

     

    Mission:

     

    Effectively utilize agency technology to accomplish tasks. This include Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, etc.); G-Suite (Mail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, etc); program specific software; printers/scanners/fax/phone.

    Contributes to the agency’s effectiveness by identifying short-term and long-range issues that must be addressed; providing information and commentary pertinent to deliberations, recommending options and courses of action and implementing directives. As part of our Performance and Quality Improvement (PQI) process, attends assigned meetings and contributes in a meaningful way.

    Carries out The Family Conservancy’s Mission: Helping Children & Families Achieve a Lifetime of Success.

    Ensures agency and program visibility by representing the agency at appropriate community events, seminars, or workshops as assigned.

    Maintains professional standards and technical knowledge by annual attendance at educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, informs staff and colleagues of the results of these activities.

    Attends diversity training yearly. Application of knowledge will demonstrate awareness of the wide spectrum of socioeconomic, ethnic, racial and personal lifestyles/cultures found within the service populations. Employees are expected to apply knowledge gained from diversity training and to act in a sensitive, nondiscriminatory, professional manner.

    Accepts, uses supervision, direction, consultation to maximize available resources in the completion of work duties.

    Maintains confidentiality of all agency information, consumer nonpublic personal information (NPI) and personal health information (PHI), as well as records directly or indirectly identifying any person currently or formerly receiving services from The Family Conservancy.

    Additional responsibilities will be assigned as needed to maintain and improve effective functioning of the department and to advance the mission of the organization.

    All job responsibilities will be carried out under the direction of agency policies and procedures.

     

    Reporting Relationships and Principal Contacts

     

    Reports to the Clinical Director. Principal contacts include Bilingual Therapists, Bilingual Case Manager, Bilingual Intake and Client Services Specialist, other agency staff, voluntary and nonvoluntary consumers, collateral’s related to health, school, legal, and business systems, including community social service agencies that serve the Latino Community.

     

    Supervisory Responsibility

    Supervises Bilingual Therapists, Case Managers and other staff members as assigned.

     

    Americans with Disability Specifications

     

    Physical Demands

     

    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 accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

     

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands and fingers to handle or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; talk and hear. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move materials that may weigh up to 40 pounds.

     

    Work Environment

     

    Work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    • Position requires off-site work; individual must have access to transportation. Travel throughout the facility, metropolitan area and counties within the service delivery area is required.

    • Employment is contingent upon successful clearance of Criminal, Kansas & Missouri Child/Elder Abuse and Neglect, and Sex Offender background investigations.

    • Occasional weekend and/or evening work may be necessary

    • Use of hand and fingers involved in work which is performed through the extensive use of computer systems, email, phone and fax machines, and typewriters.

    • Must have manual dexterity and experience to perform handwritten paperwork, recordkeeping, and filing.

    • Regular evening hours required and some weekend work may occasionally be required.

    • Must operate various input/output devices including keyboard and computer “mouse”.

    • A cubicle within a larger work area may define workspace.

    • As an employee providing direct services, must be free from tuberculosis.

     

    The Family Conservancy is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

     

    Requirements

    Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    Graduation from an accredited school of Social Work with a Master’s degree or education equivalent to a Master’s degree in related field from an accredited college or university required.

    Bilingual fluency in written and oral English/Spanish required

    Appropriate state (Kansas and Missouri) clinical level licensure required. (LSCSW in Kansas and LCSW Missouri)

    Knowledge of the needs of the Latino Community demonstrated by 3 or more years of experience working with Latino clients in a social service setting.

    Four or more years of post-clinical licensure experience during which time must have been in supervision of other practitioners and/or practicum students required.

     

    Individual must:

     

    • Possess knowledge of parenting practices and experience in providing individual, couples and family therapy.

    • Comply with direct service hour expectation.

    • Understand and respond to compliance and accreditation issues.

    • Possess knowledge of treatment strategies in the areas of child behavior challenges and family crisis intervention. Experience working with children and families with special needs.

    • Possess written and verbal communication skills required to interact with mental health and health professionals, vendors, and agencies in a professional manner, developing rapport and enhancing business relationships.

    • Possess working knowledge of community resources.

    • Possess ability to work with families in a supportive manner throughout the diagnostic and referral processes.

    • Demonstrate proficiency with Microsoft Office applications including Word and Excel.

    • Prepare hand written and typed reports, perform basic business statistical calculations and draw correct inferences from data.

    • Develop and implement programs and policies; exercise good judgment in developing and following policies and procedures and in conducting agency business.

    • Develop rapport with consumers including children and their parents.

    • Present information to groups and individuals.

    • Lead and collaborate with a diverse group of staff; serve as a positive role model and team player.

    • Present information to groups and individuals through verbal and written formats.

    • Speak, read, write and hear English and Spanish to communicate with community members, clients, co-workers and others.

    • Travel to all parts of the facility and throughout the service delivery community.

    • Respond to agency’s needs when not at the facility.

    • Maintain successful clearance on Criminal, Sex Offender, Medical, and Missouri and Kansas Child Abuse/Neglect Background Screenings.

    • As a direct service provider, must maintain good physical health verified by physician and must be free from tuberculosis, as documented by TB test.

     

    Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

     

    Prior relevant, working experience with Early Childhood Mental Health preferred.

    Prior experience with Domestic Violence services and treatment preferred.

    Prior supervision of practitioners preferred.

     

    Posted 9/25/2020

    Trauma Center Operations Director

    Needham, Massachusetts, United States

    Tracking Code

    3988-709
     
    Job Description
    We have an exciting opportunity to join Riverside Community Care as the Trauma Center Operations Director!

     

    In this vital role, the Trauma Center Operations Director will lead the daily operation of the Riverside Trauma Center (RTC) with an eye on quality of care, staffing, financial stability, and overall growth of the program, as well as the professional growth of every team member. This position will work collaboratively across the BHI Division to continue to refine and deliver our core capabilities of Suicide Prevention / Intervention / Postvention, Trauma Informed Care Schools, Communities, and Organizations, and our state-wide Trauma Response Team.

     

    Additionally, this role will develop and monitor the RTC budget, manage State contracts and their renewals, as well as engage in new business development.

     

    Our ideal candidate is a team player who demonstrates excellent organizational skills, influential public speaking capabilities and a strong ability to build and maintain relationships.

     

    Schedule: Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (weekday hours are flexible) with some flexibility to work some evenings/weekends for events and/or conferences

     

    Riverside offers an outstanding staff training program, excellent supervision, competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package and career advancement opportunities!

    Required Skills
    • Strong outreach and relationship management skills
    • Strong organizational skills and the ability to work both independently and within a team setting
    • Ability to manage and develop staff as well as provide clinical supervision
    Required Experience
    • Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health discipline and Independent clinical licensure
    • At least 5 - 10 years of leadership and management experience in a similar mental health setting (e.g. strategic planning, program development, budgeting, business development)
    • At least five years’ clinical experience in a multi-disciplinary mental health setting
    • In-depth understanding of critical incident response; trauma treatment and trauma sensitive services; and/ or suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention services

     

    Riverside Community Care is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and inclusive organization committed to working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from culturally diverse applicants. We provide equal opportunity for all persons seeking employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, national origin, disability, or any other characteristic as established by law.

     

    Job Location
    Needham, Massachusetts, United States
    Position Type
    Full-Time/Regular
     
    Apply: Trauma Center Operations Director 

     

     
     
    Posted 9/17/2020

    Bilingual Family Intervention Specialist

    Worcester, MA

    Position Title: Bilingual Family Intervention Specialist

    Location: Worcester, MA

    Organization: Youth Villages

    To apply: Visit: https://bit.ly/3huushH or email your resume to Isabelle Thibault at Isabelle.thibault@youthvillages.org

     

    Youth Villages has been a national leader in the implementation of research-based treatment philosophies in the field of children's mental and behavioral health. Our commitment to helping troubled children and their families find success spans 30+ years and includes a comprehensive array of programs and services. Estas buscando trabajo en el area de salud mental? Youth Villages esta contratando consejeros bilingues en Ingles y Español para trabajar con niños y familias en necesidad. Las sessiones familiares seran conducidas en español pero la documentacion y supervision de los casos sera en ingles. Tu puedes ayudar a hacer la diferencia!

     

     

    Program Overview


    Our Intercept program serves a broad population of youth, including those involved with multiple child-serving systems and those at high risk of removal from their families. The program specializes in diverting youth from out of home placements by helping their families safely maintain youth in their home environment. This position is responsible for providing intensive home-based therapy to families.

     

    Position Overview

    • Carry small caseload of 4-6 families
    • Hold family sessions with each family 3 times a week scheduled at the convenience of the families in their homes
    • Crisis on call rotation for the program
    • 3 supervision meetings a week
    • Web-based documentation (voice recognition technology in most locations)
    • Counselors provide treatment in individual families' homes in a wide array of settings and communities

    Additional Information


    Schedule is flexible and non-traditional; based around the availability of youth and families served.
    Applicants must have a valid driver’s license, a personal vehicle to use for work purposes and auto insurance.
    Community Based staff will be reimbursed for applicable mileage

     

    Requirements


    Counselors must be fluent in English and Spanish; both written and verbal
    A Master's degree in a social services discipline is preferred; a Bachelor's degree in a social services discipline is required.
    Degrees that can be considered include: social work, drug and alcohol education or counseling, psychology, guidance counseling, or marriage and family therapy. Other degrees will have to be evaluated further to determine if they meet the qualifications.
    One year of experience working with individuals or families in need of crisis intervention
    Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
    Excellent written, verbal, and oral skills
    Ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously
    Basic computer knowledge
    Ability to maintain a flexible schedule

     

    Experience growth and development through our continuous training, as well as tuition and licensure reimbursement, or pursue opportunities to advance both clinically and administratively with Youth Villages.

     

    Additional Benefits


    Medical, Dental, Prescription Drug Coverage and Vision
    Retirement Savings Pension Plan
    403 (b)
    2 weeks paid vacation
    12 paid sick days per year
    10 paid holidays

    Paid Parental Leave
    Mileage & Cell Phone Reimbursement (when applicable)

     

    EOE

     

    Posted 9/16/2020

    Clinical Social Worker

    Baltimore, Maryland

    The Kennedy Krieger Institute is looking for a Clinical Social Worker as a primary therapist to children and families who have been exposed to abuse, neglect and violence. The Clinical Social Worker will utilize information gained by the interdisciplinary evaluation services to develop and implement a treatment plan for the child and his/her family.

     

    The Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress at Kennedy Krieger Institute is an outpatient mental health clinic specializing in trauma treatment. The Center has been operating for over 30 years, and has received national recognition.

     

    Many of the children and families are Spanish speaking, so this position requires the incumbent to be bilingual in English and Spanish with a proficiency level that meets the Institute’s minimum standards.

     

    Candidates with clinical experience with under-served people of color and promotion of social justice are encouraged to apply.

     

    REQUIREMENTS:

     

    • Master’s degree from an accredited School of Social Work required.
    • Must be licensed in the State of Maryland, by the Board of Social Work Examiners, Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene as a Licensed Certified Social Worker- Clinical (LCSW-C).
    • Must have at least 2 years’ experience related to providing services to children who have been maltreated who may have developmental and emotional disturbance.
    • Able to speak Spanish fluently with ease and confidence in a variety of topics related to work, home, leisure activities, as well as events of current, public or personal interest or individual relevance. Able to convey intended message with accuracy, clarity and precision without misrepresentation or confusion while being readily understood by native speakers.

     

     

    Excellent benefits, supervision, and training are provided. We are currently offering a $2,500 sign on bonus for full time, licensed Social Workers.

    Telehealth is temporarily available.

     

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet

     

    Posted 9/6/2020

     

    Bilingual Mental Health Clinician

    Salem, Massachusetts

    South Bay Community Services


    Job Description:

     

    Do you want to work with leaders in your field to make an impact in underserved communities? Come join South Bay Community Services, a leader in community-based, behavioral health care. At SBCS, our mission is to encourage the self-sufficiency of disadvantaged people through behavioral health care services that are grounded in the community. We are constantly evolving our programs to meet the changing needs of our consumers. We believe, above all else, that every member of the community is worth fighting for. We are currently looking for a Mental Health Clinician to join our team!
     

    Education & Licensing Requirements

    • Master's level degree in Social Work, Counseling Psychology or a Master's degree with a concentration in one of the areas of Counseling such as: Mental Health Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, or Rehabilitation Counseling required 
    • LCSW/ LICSW, LMHC, or LMFT license preferred, but not required

    Duties & Responsibilities

    • Lead individual, family, couples, and group therapy
    • Conduct client intake sessions 
    • Facilitate crisis intervention 
    • Conduct case management 
    • Participate in multidisciplinary teams to present cases for proper treatment 
    • Attend monthly in-service trainings

    Experience & Skills

    • Strong communication and interpersonal skills 
    • Ability to demonstrate an understanding of patient needs when devising and implementing treatment 
    • Ability to identify problem behaviors, provide advice and track development effectively 
    • Experience or understanding of under-served populations, a plus

    Be the force to bring about positive change in the local community while developing your mental health clinical experience in a wide range of services. At South Bay Community Services, you will get hands-on mental health experience working with your clients in their homes. We offer free supervision toward licensure, training and mentoring programs, schedule flexibility, benefits and opportunities for career advancement. Work with passionate, fully licensed mental health clinicians and dedicated co-workers.

     

    Benefits of Working at South Bay

     

    We are passionate and dedicated to helping our community. You get hands-on, invaluable experience working with our consumers in their environment. As a South Bay employee, you have a clear growth potential/ career path. We continually offer training and have a successful on-boarding process. We offer competitive salary, mileage stipend, health benefits, paid time off, flexible schedule for clinical staff, strong team environment, in service training, electronic health records, professional liability insurance, and career advancement.

     

    South Bay Community Services is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

     

    To apply, please apply on our website:

     

    https://cis.avature.net/sbcsjobs/JobDetail/Salem-Massachusetts-United-States-Bilingual-Mental-Health-Clinician-Salem/10743

     

    Or send us an email at: recruiting@southbaycommunityservices.com

     

    Posted 9/2/2020

    Child Welfare Psychiatric Social Worker II - Spanish

    County of San Mateo, CA

    $7,472-$9,341/Month

     

    The County of San Mateo's Human Services Agency, Children and Family Services Branch is seeking well-qualified and motivated individuals for the position of Psychiatric Social Worker (PSW). Under general supervision, PSWs provide therapeutic counseling and support services to children and families connected to the child welfare system and individual and group therapeutic counseling and case management services to clients having basic and/or severe emotional, family, and/or social adjustment problems.

    Current vacancies include:

    • 2 vacancies in the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths/Child Family Team (CANS/CFT) assignment
    • 1 vacancy in the Foster Family Agency (FFA) assignment


    The CANS/CFT PSW completes or assists in gathering information for the State required Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) assessment for children and families involved in the child welfare system. This position works collaboratively with the CFS social worker and BHRS clinician to create a client-focused clinical needs and services plan. This role is also responsible for facilitating the Child and Family Team meetings to ensure that clients are actively involved in every aspect of their child welfare case, mental health treatment and service planning. In addition, this position may also provide short-term mental health and case management services to clients in the child welfare system.

    The FFA PSW is responsible for coordinating and monitoring the mental health services for the children in the FFA therapeutic program; coordinating, facilitating, and creating the individual needs and services plans for the youth; providing therapeutic support services to the youth and resource parent; and developing and coordinating the monthly foster parent trainings. The FFA PSW also assists with the recruitment, admission, and retention of SMC FFA resource homes referred to the program.

    CFS operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Services are based on client need and availability. Staff may be required to work evenings, weekends and holidays.

    The ideal candidate will possess:

    • Experience delivering behavioral health services to children exhibiting challenging behaviors due to trauma.
    • Solid clinical treatment, assessment, diagnostic and evaluation skills working with a youth population.
    • Knowledge of principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, clinical case management, crisis management, as well as trauma-informed child abuse treatment and other evidence-based practices.
    • Knowledge of the CANS tool and CFT practices.
    • Experience working with youth with complex issues involving abuse and neglect, trauma, behavioral health, and substance use. Experience facilitating collaborative meetings with clients and partners.
    • Experience conducting individual, group, and family therapy. Solid documentation skills: progress notes, assessments, needs and service plans, etc.
    • Experience providing field-based services.
    • Collaboration and coordination of services with other providers.
    • Experience working with multi-cultural clients and staff from a trauma-informed perspective, including ensuring services provided are culturally-relevant and involve the child and family's participation to nurture the child's well-being.
    • Experience establishing and maintaining effective work relationships.
    • Effective oral and written communication skills.


     

    Licensure/Certification:

    • PSW II - current California license as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

    or

    • MFT II - current California license as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT).


    A typical way to qualify is Master's degree in Social Work, Social Welfare, or a closely related field.
     

    Final Filing Deadline: September 8, 2020

     

    To learn more about the position and to apply online, please visit our website at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanmateo/jobs/2716262/child-welfare-psychiatric-social-worker-ii-spanish-speaking-preferred-open. Applications are only accepted online. Responses to the supplemental questions must be submitted in addition to our regular employment application. EOE

     

    Posted 8/20/2020

    Bergens Promise Inc

                          Social Work Supervisor                       

    Hackensack, New Jersey, United States 07601

    About Us -

     

    Bergen's Promise was founded in 2002 to provide exceptional care management services in order to meet our Mission of "Healthy Families, Safe at Home."

    The Wraparound Model of Care is an individualized planning process for care management that leverages the Child and Family Team, building on a family's and community's unique strengths, values and resources.

    The key to successful wraparound is a team of family and community members guided by an experienced care manager who works to formulate the ideal array of local services & activities to benefit a child's growth and foster future success.

    The Challenge -

    • Ensure the execution of the organization's mission - Healthy Families, Safe at Home - by promoting a culture of exceptional service, strong and coordinated community partnerships and strength through accountability.
    • Recruit and retain high-performing Care Managers.
    • Professionally develop and provide administrative and clinical case oversight to a team of six Care Managers.
    • Accountable for the Care Manager deliverables, which include assessments, development of individualized plans of care, linkages and referrals to services, and monitoring for quality service provision.

     

    The Skill Set -

    • Master's Degree in Social Work, Counseling or related field.
    • Current and Valid New Jersey license is a state requirement: LSW, LCSW, LPC, LMFT or LMHC required - candidates who do not possess a New Jersey license will not be considered.
    • Experience with individuals (preferably children) with substance use disorders, and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities a plus.
    • Minimum one-year experience providing supervision to a team of direct reports.
    • Basic computer proficiency.
    • Exemplary time management and organization skills.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Culturally Competent.
    • Valid Driver's license required.


    Apply Here: https://www.Click2Apply.net/vdk7zcdxrqddv8st

    PI122724192

     

    POSTED 8/19/2020

    Bilingual Mental Health Professional

    Adelanto, CA

    Job Title: Bilingual Mental Health Professional

    Job Location: Adelanto, CA

    Type: Full-Time and PRN Available

    Recruiter: LCorsaro@Wellpath.us

     

    $5,000 Sign-On Bonus for LCSWs that can pass an equivalency test for the Spanish language.

     

    About this role:

    Our Mental Health Professional provides clinical services under the direction of the MH Coordinator, Clinical Supervisor or MH Director to patients. Provides mental health consultation and training to facility staff.

     

    What you bring to the table:

    Education for Mental Health Professional:

    • Master's degree in a behavioral/social science field from an accredited college or university

    Experience for Mental Health Professional:

    • Coursework and professional experience that indicates knowledge of mental health counseling, group and individual psychotherapy, diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders, psychological assessment techniques, crisis intervention, and mental health consultation.

    Licenses/Certifications for Mental Health Professional:

    • LMSW, LPC, or similar licensure in the state from the appropriate state licensing board
    • Current CPR Certification
    • Any other certifications (such as First Aid) required by contract

    What you will do:

    1. Provide direct clinical and consultation services in accordance with The Company Policies and procedures, policies and procedures of the institution, and in accordance with the ethics and standards of relevant professional organizations (e.g., NASW, APA)
    2. Responsible for having a basic understanding of mental health accreditation standards issued by National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC) and American Correctional Association (ACA) if those accrediting bodies are applicable to the facility
    3. Interrelate and work effectively with facility staff, patients, and outside support agencies as delegated by MH Coordinator, Clinical Supervisor, or MH Director
    4. Maintain the confidentiality of patient information in accordance with The Company policy and procedure, state law, site policy and the standards of the NCCHC and ACA, if those accrediting bodies are applicable to the site
    5. Completion of specific duties and responsibilities as designated by the Mental Health Coordinator, Clinical Supervisor or Mental Health Director. Designation of duties will be determined by current needs of the patient population and the mental health professionals privilege status, taking into consideration employee's interests whenever possible.

     

    Why Wellpath?

    Here at Wellpath, everything that we do is about taking care of people – our patients, our staff and our partners. We are committed to making a difference by providing hope and healing to vulnerable patients in challenging clinical environments. Our talented, compassionate team thrives in an autonomous environment, is empowered and supported by education, training and the resources to practice healthcare the way it is meant to be and strives to “Always Do The Right Thing!”

    Wellpath is an EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability Employer

     

    POSTED 8/12/2020

    Harvard University
    Psychologist

    USA - MA - Cambridge

    Psychologist
    University Health Services
    52307BR

    Job Summary
    Provide a wide range of direct clinical services to patients including individual and group counseling, psychotherapy, crisis intervention, and clinical consultation.

    Job Code
    W0158P HLT Psychologist IV

    Job-Specific Responsibilities

    Reporting to the Chief of Behavioral Health, provides assessment and clinical care for a diverse population of Harvard employees and their dependents. Facilitates the evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, consultation, and referral of patients for appropriate care. Provides problem-specific, solution-focused care in a short-term therapy model.

    • Facilitates the clinical management of patients through the process of evaluation, diagnosis, consultation, and referral to the appropriate resources.
    • Provides individual, group, and crisis intervention.
    • Coordinates out-patient visits to ensure timely access to the appropriate services.
    • Identifies and monitors high risk patients and expedites an individualized crisis management plan.
    • Develops and maintains mechanisms to assure continuity of care for individuals requiring acute care.
    • Assists and participates in the development of treatment plans consistent with the policies and procedures of the Mental Health Service.
    • Supports primary care model.
    • Manages caseload appropriately.
    • Documents all patient contacts accurately and in a timely manner.
    • Manages clinically expected outcomes to treatment.
    • Makes appropriate referrals.
    • Identifies and assesses appropriateness of care and accessibility.


    Typical Core Duties

    • Provide individual, group, family, and couple's therapy, crisis intervention
    • Provide initial, crisis management, and evidence and skills-based, shorter-term treatment for registered students on an outpatient basis
    • Facilitate the clinical management of patients through the process of evaluation, diagnosis, consultation and referral to the appropriate resources
    • Identify and monitor high risk patients, and expedite an individualized crisis management plan
    • Develop and maintain mechanisms to assure continuity of care for individuals require acute care
    • Ensure compliance with University policies and procedures and applicable legal rules and regulations


    Basic Qualifications

    • PsyD or PhD or equivalent work experience required
    • Minimum of 7 years' relevant work experience*

    *Only applicants with 7 years' relevant work experience will be considered for this position.

    Additional Qualifications

    Diverse candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Experience with emergency care and crisis management. Demonstrated work experience in the following areas preferred: assessment/ treatment of a diverse population of adolescents and adults, eating disorders; multicultural adjustment issues; fluency in a foreign language (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, or Spanish preferred); outreach and consultation in a university community.

    Certificates and Licenses

    • Current Massachusetts license in Psychology
    • Will consider a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (L.I.C.S.W)

    Working Conditions

    • Travel may be required
    • May be required to work nights and weekends

    Job Function
    Health Care

    Sub Unit
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    Location
    USA - MA - Cambridge

    Department
    HUGHP Behavioral Health

    Time Status
    Part-time

    Union
    00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary

    Salary Grade
    058

    Pre-Employment Screening
    Criminal, Education, Identity, License/Cert.

    EEO Statement
    We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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    POSTED 8/9/2020

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