Do you want to work for a community, with a team-based approach?
Full-Service Partnership (FSP) is a community-based program that provides intensive mental health services. By providing a parent advocate, therapist, psychiatrist, and case manager to work with the child, the entire family is offered hope. Through this process, successful outcomes are achieved and family strengths are celebrated. Our services are provided in the home and community settings with the goals of increasing family involvement, family empowerment, and improved mental health. Children are eligible based on mental health needs that require an intensive, in-home approach. The Clinical Supervisor is an integral part of the FSP team, providing leadership, supervision, and support to our clinicians and unlicensed staff.
Founded in 1975, The Help Group is the largest, most innovative, and comprehensive nonprofit of its kind in the United States serving children, adolescents, and young adults with special needs related to autism spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, ADHD, developmental delays, and emotional challenges. Our broad range of mental health and therapy services extends our reach to more than 6,000 children and their families each year.
The Help Group offers wonderful training opportunities, a supportive, professional work environment, and great benefits, including:
$2500 Sign-on Bonus!
100% employer-sponsored health insurance plan- medical, dental, vision, and life insurance
403b Retirement Plan
Flexible Spending Account
Employee Assistance Program
Discounts to local gyms, movie theaters, and other events
Under the Director's supervision, provide administrative oversight to the Full-Service Partnership Program
Supervise therapists, therapy interns, case managers, administrative staff, and parent advocates as assigned.
Provided direct therapy for FSP cases on a half time basis.
Provide didactic training and group supervision as assigned.
Provide 24-hour availability and crisis intervention to supervisees as well as clients on an as-needed basis.
Interview prospective candidates for FSP positions.
Work closely with Client Services Quality Assurance Director to ensure documentation requirements are met.
Participate in supervisor's meetings, FSP staff meetings, agency-wide meetings, utilization review meetings, and in-service training.
Attend outside agency meetings with community liaisons including Impact FSP meetings in SPAs 2 and 5.
Ensure that all paperwork is complete and paperwork deadlines are met.
Comply with agency guidelines, policies, and procedures.
Comply with applicable professional licensing requirements and ethical standards.