Alafia Mental Health Institute, a division of the California Institute of Health & Social Services, currently has TWO OPEN POSITIONS for a FULL-TIME Clinical Supervisor One in Los Angeles-90008 and One Lancaster-93534.
The Clinical Supervisor-Licensed Psychologist (LP) provides supervision and clinical oversight, support and direction to field-based mental health clinicians and case managers providing treatment to children, adolescents and their caregivers/families at the client’s residence, school, place of work or other appropriate locations throughout the community.
The Clinical Supervisor will supervise a team of clinicians who provide ongoing mental health treatment utilizing various Evidence Based Practices approved by the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. While the supervisors will not carry a full caseload, he/she will be expected to participate in the training of selected Evidence Based Practices (TF-CBT & CORS), which will require carrying a minimal number of cases in order to pursue necessary certifications.
•Receive, review, and promptly respond to initial referrals upon receipt.
•Provide clinical supervision to Psychology Interns and Registered Psychologists as required by the Board of Psychology which includes, but is not limited to: Maintaining and organized training program that meets the Board of Psychology licensure requirements for both Psychology Interns and Registered Psychologists.
•Providing individual and/or group supervision that meets the Board requirement of Psychology Interns and Trainees
•Provide training for interns as specified in Internship Training Manual
•Oversee Psychological testing and assessment work of Psychology Interns and Trainees
•Recruit qualified Psychology Interns by participating in the CAPIC Match process annually
•Maintain Alafia Mental Health Institute’s information current with CAPIC website
•Meeting with and coordinating with school field training officers: Coordinate with local schools with provides interns for efficient operation of internship training program Complete Mid- and Final evaluations as required by Interns’ home schools
•Ensure that Psychology Interns and Trainees receive required hours of training by their home schools (1000 or 2000 hours of supervised clinical experience)
•Remain active by completing a minimum of six hours of supervision coursework every two years as described in section 1387.1(b).
•Maintain a clear and accurate record of supervision work
III. Required Qualifications:
•MSW from an accredited school of social work, MA in Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, or doctorate degree in a previously mentioned field or other related human service degree and current license (CA) to practice independently as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist or MA in Psychology.
•Knowledge of DMH regulations and previous experience completing required documentation
•Candidate must be extremely detail oriented
•Computer literacy and willingness to learn how to utilize an electronic records management system
•Ability to maintain accurate chart records/documentation; submit documentation daily
•Ability to organize and prioritize tasks, multi-task and maintain detailed, accurate records of all case management activities
•Demonstrated cultural competency and experience working with disadvantaged individuals and families
•Experience providing field based services