Clinical Supervisor (LMFT, LCSW, LPCC, Psychologist; $3,000 hiring incentive)
Uplift Family Services

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Post Date: May 27, 2022
Job Type: Full Time
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Location: US - California - Upland, CA
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Title: Clinical Supervisor (LMFT, LCSW, LPCC, Psychologist; offering $3,000 hiring incentive and licensure differential pay)   

Salary Range: Actual offers will be determined by the candidate’s creditable years of experience in conjunction with internal equity considerations and based on the organization’s current compensation practices.

Location: Upland, CA
Job Summary:
Works within the agency and program’s vision, mission and philosophy, and policies in partnership with the Program Manager. Responsible for providing clinical supervision and training for staff in multidisciplinary teams (e.g., behavior technicians, AMFT, ACSW, APCC, etc.) to meet performance goals, treatment fidelity, and outcomes across all services. Responsible for developing and training clinicians and leading the clinical team in implementing behavioral and developmental treatments to neurodivergent families (e.g., autism, intellectual/developmental disabilities) with co-occurring mental health disorders and complex trauma. Responsible for providing field training/shadowing coaching clinicians, caregiver support and education, crisis intervention, completing comprehensive skills and risks assessments, developing goals, writing treatment and safety plans, attending clinical meetings when needed, and ensuring that clients receive high quality, trauma-informed, neurodiverse-affirming, culturally competent and developmentally appropriate services in complex family systems.

Essential Duties
1. Provide face-to-face clinical overlaps to clinicians to ensure high quality service delivery aligned with the client's care plan and in compliance with payor and board requirements (e.g., Board of Behavioral Sciences, Board of Psychology, Behavior Analyst Certification Board).
2. Conduct assessments appropriate to program scope of service, including skills, risk, behavior, developmental, and functional behavior assessments for neurodivergent clients.
3. Design safety plans and treatment plans for neurodivergent clients that are trauma-informed, neurodiverse-affirming, culturally competent, family-focused, socially significant, and in compliance with agency and payor timelines.
4. Provide direct intervention (e.g., crisis intervention, behavior coaching, case management, etc.) and necessary coverage for clinicians to ensure consistency in care.
5. In schools, model direct interventions for educators in classroom settings, provide coaching and instruction, collect fidelity data.
6. Design and implement individual and group caregiver training and consultation programs.
7. Conduct and/or participate in progress meetings with client treatment teams (e.g., caregivers, service coordinators, school staff, ancillary service providers) as required by payors.
7. Gather, compile, analyze and integrate the use of outcome data to improve clinical service delivery within assigned team using internal software systems.
8. Ensure effective coordination of services for neurodivergent clients and families with other providers, both internal and external, by supporting the development of constructive relationships and problem-solving barriers.

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