Seneca's Mobile Response Teams support families in serious distress with immediate crisis intervention and mental health services. The teams travel to wherever the youth and family may be in the community, in order to provide effective intervention at the height of the crisis. The Bilingual (Spanish/English) Crisis Clinician provides family-based mental health counseling, therapy, crisis intervention, and case management services to children and families. Crisis Clinicians are members of a treatment team and provide services at the program site and in the community, including hospitals, schools, and family homes.
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Serve as the clinical lead and work with the treatment team to provide crisis intervention and other mental health services as needed at Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES), in client homes, and in the community.
Provide counseling, therapy, and case management services to ensure the successful transition of clients and their families to community-based resources.
Participate in all treatment reviews, program staff meetings, and IEP meetings when necessary.
Maintain accurate and timely documentation and paperwork.
Assist with planning for transportation arrangements for school, therapy appointments, and court hearings.
Participate in weekly supervision with the program supervisor or designee.
Provide crisis intervention for students, using de-escalation techniques to resolve conflicts; this may include physical management of clients and implementation of Seneca's Equilibrium Training.
Bilingual Spanish/English abilities required.
Master’s degree in psychology, counseling, or social work required.
Eligible to register with the California BBS.
Strong communication skills and flexibility.
Experience working with children and families preferred.
Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team.
Own vehicle, California driver’s license and auto insurance.
TB test clearance, fingerprinting clearance, and any other state/federal licensing or certification requirements.
Monday - Friday; 2pm - 10pm
Participate in On-Call Crisis Response shifts on a rotating basis.