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Our "Therapeutic Behavioral Services" (TBS) Clinician will be responsible to provide therapeutic and prevention services to clients and families; includes case management, education, de-stigmatization of mental health issues, and crisis intervention. Demonstrate high legal and ethical standards and operate from a culturally competent and strengths-based approach.
The TBS Clinician will fulfill productivity requirements, comply with all documentation standards, and participate in an on-call rotation. The TBS Clinician clinically guides TBS treatment to clients and monitors the necessity and efficacy of services. The TBS Clinician assists Success First Program Supervisor as needed.
1. Master’s degree in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, or Psychology.
2. Bilingual Spanish is preferred.
Licensure, Registration, Certification
1. Licensed clinical professional required: Psychologist (Ph.D. or Psy.D.), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), or Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT).
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
1. Must be able to author and produce his/her own emails, letters, reports, and other documents in a professional manner.
2. Must be detail-oriented and have the ability to complete documentation promptly.
3. Excellent time management, organizational, and follow-through skills.
4. Ability to appear to work every day and on time. Must have reliable transportation as travel up to 2 hours between office locations and within the community is required.
5. Ability to understand and follow posted, printed, and/or electronic work rules and procedures.
6. Knowledge in report writing, assessment/diagnostic skills, ability to handle crises, and also (formulate and utilize) case conceptualization skills, as well as, group and family therapy skills.
JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Able to facilitate psychoeducational and support groups by using Evidence-Based Practice interventions and curriculum, as well as prepare flyers and other educational materials.
2. Manage and maintain client caseload according to timelines and program guidelines.
3. Appropriately manage crisis situations.
4. Accurate, thorough, complete, legible, and time-specific documentation on a daily basis.
5. Promptness in contacting new clients, prioritizing schedules of clients based on client and agency needs as well as the timely closing of cases.
6. Complete accurate and professional assessment and diagnosis of mental disorders.
7. Coordinates and consults with external treatment staff, and other professionals in the community, to ensure collaborative treatment and continuity of care.
8. Monitors client progress, facilitates Treatment Team Meetings, and adapts services to maximize the efficacy of services provided, and meet client needs.
9. Provides supervision and treatment guidance to TBS coaches.
10. Manage SB785 caseload and follow SCCS Policy and Procedure for SB785 Out of County Referrals when applicable.
11. Conducts and completes TBS Assessment and Treatment Plan with the client, caregivers, and additional supports (when applicable) in the family’s home, community, and/or via telehealth.
12. Conducts and completes Mental Health Assessment and Client Recovery Plan with the client, caregivers, and additional supports (when applicable) in the family's home, community, and/or via telehealth.
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