Mental Health Services Clinical Supervisor

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Post Date: Nov 12, 2021
Job Type: Full Time
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Location: US - California - Los Angeles
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Essential Functions
• Meet regularly with MHS Therapists for individual clinical and administrative supervision in order to review caseloads. Give clinical information and feedback to increase MHS Therapists’ ability to provide appropriate therapeutic services and interventions based on the needs of the clients and families.
• Provide weekly clinical group supervision for up to 8 therapists.
• Respond to Therapists as soon as possible when clients are in crisis situations; available during business hours and until therapists are no longer providing services.
• Actively attend, participate, and collaborate in team meetings/case conferences to support and provide guidance to MHS Therapists.
• Ensure that MHS Therapists meet minimum weekly agency productivity expectation, submit progress notes within 24hours of services rendered and ensure that all other documentation is submitted within the agency timeframes/deadlines.
• Review all Therapist documentation to ensure that it is submitted accurately and according to Aviva, Department of Mental Health, and COA standards.
• Is LPS Designated to initiate legal holds for client’s inpatient psychiatric services/care.
• Attend all meetings as it relates to client care and/or therapeutic development as required by Aviva.
• Is sensitive and responsive to the cultural differences among the agency’s client population.
• Actively participate in a quality improvement project.

Competency Requirements

-Must have a California BBS License for at least 2 years
-Must have experience clinically supervising others (i.e. graduate students, clinicians, case managers, para-professionals) for a minimum of 1 year
-Have experience providing direct clinical services
-Ability to accurately and completely review, provide feedback and approve required paperwork in accordance with agency and County regulations