JOB TITLE: Clinical Supervisor, LCSW, LPC or License Eligible
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES OF VIRGINIA is looking for experienced, self-motivated, hard working QMHP's who are passionate about working with individuals and families with mental health illnesses. So why not join our team of dynamic professionals with the same objective.
We offer health, dental and vision insurance for full time employees.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Meets every other week with Program Director to review status of program.
Meets every week with program counselors to provide Clinical supervision.
Reviews client files to ensure proper and complete documentation of actions and services.
Prepares written diagnostic assessments, assessing clients from multiple perspectives, including family functioning, psychological/emotional, social, academic, medical, behavioral, substance abuse, skills, strengths, and treatment history.
Prepares written service plan, incorporating input from clients involved in service, which clearly identifies problem areas, need, strategies, and service objectives.
Provides direct clinical services to clients, including individual, family, couple, and group therapy, issue specific and educational groups.
Responds to crisis situations with twenty- four (24) hour day availability.
Participates in treatment team meetings as necessary.
Prepares written discharge summary and plan.
Any other assigned duties or responsibilities
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Program Director
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Human Services, or a related field from an accredited college or university; five years of experience working with troubled children and families; two years of experience providing Clinical Supervision to treatment staff and licensed to provide Clinical Services by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Must be able to provide or within (30) days of hire, be able to provide documentation allowing for the provision of supervision to those who are licensed-eligible by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Must possess a thorough knowledge of principles and techniques of youth and family counseling; working knowledge of human services system; ability to conduct and facilitate meetings; ability to form effective supervisory relationship with subordinate staff; ability to maintain effective working relationship with other social service providers; ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.