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Psychologist I

Company: Casa Pacifica
Location: Camarillo
Posted on: May 18, 2023

Job Description:

Wage band range $65,000 to $78,000/annualStarting salary is typically between $70,000 to $74,000 annual; however, it is ultimately determined by the scope of the position, the candidate's relevant experience, and internal equity. Position may be eligible to test for additional bilingual pay incentive.Position is eligible for $7,500 Sign-On Bonus Paid at 90-day, 6-months, and 1-year of active service.Nestled in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains in Camarillo, Casa Pacificas 25-acre Camino a Casas beautiful rural setting is four miles from the Pacific Ocean and midway between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. We have an outstanding opportunity for a Licensed Psychologist to join our amazing clinical team. As a Licensed Psychologist II you will be responsible for providing and implementing the clinical therapy component of the overall treatment plan. Our programs support children who are referred through private insurance, social service, probation, or mental health departments. Each Licensed Psychologist manages cases of assigned clients within an assigned program and or cottages.TYPICAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Provides clinical services such as individual, collateral, rehabilitation, group therapy, parenting skills training, and case management as appropriate to the individual needs of the youth.Assesses the clinical needs of the youth admitting to various campus programs, including conducting a risk screener, safety plan, preliminary treatment plan and completing a comprehensive client assessment for assigned clients.Works collaboratively with Admissions team as needed to coordinate the admissions/intake process and ensure timely completion of required intake documents, including consents, risk screeners, and clinical assessments.Evaluates the changing mental health needs of the youth and makes adjustments accordingly.Utilizes evidenced based practices that are appropriate to meet the clinical needs of the youth and family.Collaborates with youth development specialists, education staff, health clinic staff, parent partners, youth advocates, families and youth to provide comprehensive clinical care for the youth and to ensure program consistency and continuity throughout the day.Acts as liaison with placement agencies and community services and works closely with mental health and child protective services, as well as law enforcement agencies, schools, employers, health and welfare, and recreation agencies to provide coordinated care.Serves as the leader of a youth/family treatment team. In conjunction with the team, develops and implements individual clinical treatment plans and assures the integration of the clinical component within the milieu using multi-disciplinary approach.Prepares regular progress reports on each client; prepares additional correspondence related to caseload as required. Documents progress notes on electronic health record.Utilizes community resources in providing services for youth.Assists youth transitioning into the community and links them to appropriate community resources, including referrals for transition aged youth to Transitional Youth Services program, substance abuse programs, Wraparound, and Therapeutic Behavior Services, when appropriate.Attends outside training events and conferences as requested.Maintains compliance with all local, County, State, and Federal government regulations to include Title 22, Division 6, and prepares reports required by regulatory agencies.Maintains confidentiality in all matters within the organization with respect to personnel, operations and clients.Abide by the legal and ethical guidelines as set forth by the California Board of Psychology and the American Psychology Association, maintaining a sense of professionalism at all times.Attend and prepare for weekly supervisions, team meetings, and additional training activities as deemed appropriate by Director of Clinical Services.Co-lead two or three child/adolescent therapy or psycho educational groups (depending on demand). Family Groups may be assigned depending on need.Evaluates the changing mental health needs of the youth and adjusts accordingly. Utilizes evidenced based practices that are appropriate to meet the clinical needs of the youth and family. Collaborates with youth development specialists, education staff, health clinic staff, parent partners, youth advocates, families and youth to provide comprehensive clinical care for the youth and to ensure program consistency and continuity throughout the dayComplete paperwork within guidelines and time frames as set forth in the Standards for Documenting Client Care Agency Policy and by your supervisor.Responsible for maintaining an organized and up-to-date clinical chart according to DMH guidelines.Present at least two client cases per year (including 2 videotape samples) one of which is in group supervision and one in individual supervision per semester of your fellowship. Live supervision may be substituted for a tape for your individual supervisor. Supervisors may request additional DVDs or audio tapes.Keep a weekly log of supervised experience hours (training and experience) to be signed by you and your supervisors monthly and uploaded to your fellow folder on the Shared Drive by the 5th of each month. Once licensed you will not need to maintain this log.Be onsite as assigned.May perform other duties as assigned from time to time.EDUCATION and PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS:Completion of requirements for Ph.D. or Psy.D. in clinical, educational or counseling psychology from an APA Accredited institution and degree posted on transcript.Ability to register with the California Board of Psychology as a Registered PsychologistCompletion of practicum requirementsCompletion of all doctoral level courseworkPREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:Experience working with children and adolescents with severe emotional challenges in residential, hospital or school settings.Casa Pacifica offers:Competitive WagesComprehensive Benefits package, including 401k with up to 5% fully vested employer matching contributions made after first year of serviceMedical, Dental & Vision Insurance optionsFlexible Spending and Dependent care programsExcellent Training opportunitiesEducation/Tuition Assistance programsDiscount Gym and Wellness optionsGroup Discount Pet InsuranceAflac Critical Illness, Accidental & Dental supplemental plan optionsEmployee Assistance ProgramFree Confidential Crisis Line 24/7 (365 days a year)4 face-to-face or telephonic sessions per issue, i.e.,Stress, Anxiety, DepressionLife transitionsGrief and LossDivorceConflict ResolutionSubstance AbuseWork-Life CounselingFree Legal and Financial ConsultationsIdentity Theft Recovery ServiceTeamwork and RelationshipsCasa Pacifica restores hope, enhances resilience, and strengthens community connections for children, young adults, and families.We are a diverse and inclusive team providing excellent services to all our communities. Our team members are empowered to share their identities, ideas, and perspectives. A culture built on diversity, equity and inclusivity is essential to creating a safe and healing environment at Casa Pacifica.Casa Pacifica is proud to be an equal employment opportunity employer; all applicants will be given full consideration under state, local, and federal law.

Keywords: Casa Pacifica, Camarillo , Psychologist I, Healthcare , Camarillo, California

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