Seneca’s Ventura County Crisis Program provides crisis stabilization and short-term residential treatment for youth in serious distress. This groundbreaking program provides a “no eject, no reject” policy to meet the needs of the youth in our care. Our collaborative decision-making process enables each individual youth and family to safely communicate their needs, in order to leverage their strengths, talents, and cultural and ecological resources. Services include linkage to long-term, sustainable supports based on each client’s unique strengths and needs.
The Crisis Clinician provides direct services to clients in crisis in conjunction with Psychiatric Health Facility triage staff at a Crisis Stabilization Unit. The Crisis Clinician position works as a part of a multidisciplinary team comprised of nurses, psychiatrists and counselors.
Seneca supports clinicians towards licensure and beyond. Expenses such as outside trainings or licensure fees can be mitigated though your clinical training stipend, and you will receive a $4000 salary increase upon getting licensed. Looking to expand your clinical skills even more? Training and growth opportunities in the agency are abundant, and Seneca is committed to helping you advance in your career!
Seneca Family of Agencies is committed to providing traditionally marginalized communities a network of outstanding mental health, community based, and educational services. Celebrating diversity and creating a culture of inclusion increases creativity, innovation, problem solving, and teamwork. Seneca’s agency-wide DEI Advisory Board, Employee Resource Groups, and Language Practice Groups help our employees provide culturally and linguistically relevant services to the families we serve. For more information on our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiative, click here!
-Work with crisis counselors and nurses to assess for risk, treatment needs and linkage gaps.
-Conduct psychosocial evaluation to determine level of care and additional client needs.
-Provide referrals and linkages for additional services as necessary.
-Coordinate and implement treatment and services for assigned clients with counselors, psychiatrist and nurse.
Work with treatment team to determine course of action for follow-up services.
-Develop and maintain relationships with community members and providers.
-Provide short term therapeutic services to client and family.
-Participate in individual and/or group supervision.
-Participate in on-call crisis response system.
-Chart mental health notes, incident reports, and other documentation as necessary in a timely manner.
-Intervene with the clients’ behavior management programs as needed. This includes physical management of the clients (implementation of Seneca’s Equilibrium Initiative Training) as necessary.
3 Schedules Available:
Friday: 24hr On-Call 7am - 7am
Saturday 7pm - 7:30am
Sunday 7pm - 7:30am
Monday 7pm - 7:30am
Sunday 7am - 730pm
Monday 7am - 730pm
Tuesday 7pm - 730am (overnight)
Thursday 24hr On-Call 7am - 7pm
Tuesday: 24hr On Call
Wednesday: 7:00pm to 7:30am
Thursday: 7:00pm to 7:30am
Friday: 7:00pm to 7:30am