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Clinician I, II, III

Company: Casa Pacifica
Location: Camarillo
Posted on: November 12, 2021

Job Description:

Under the direction of the Clinical Supervisor/Lead, is responsible for providing and implementing the clinical therapy component of the overall treatment plan. Clinician I, II, III will manage cases of assigned clients within their assigned program.The Clinician I, II, II carries out the mission of Casa Pacifica as it relates to on-going clinical assessment, evaluation and progress of the youth within Casa Pacifica.DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (illustrated by typical activities):Assesses the clinical needs of the youth, develops a treatment plan, makes referrals to needed resources and creates a discharge plan for assigned clients.Provides clinical services such as individual, collateral, rehabilitation, 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 to coordinate the admissions/intake process and ensure timely completion of required intake documents, including consents, risk screeners, and clinical assessments.Collaborates with assigned/primary clinicians to develop treatment plans and make referrals based on preliminary screening and assessment data.Utilizes evidenced based practices that are appropriate to meet the clinical needs of the youth and family.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.Confers with the Director of Education/teaching staff regarding the behavioral or learning problems of youth and recommends methods of modifying inappropriate behavior and encouraging learning experiences.Confers with parents regarding school and facility activities, policies, and procedures as needed and appropriate.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.Responsible for maintaining an organized and up-to-date clinical chart according to DMH guidelines. Prepares regular progress reports on each client; prepares additional correspondence related to caseload as required. Documents progress notes on electronic health record.Aids authorities to plan for the discharge arrangements of the child.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.Assists in program development and staff training to ensure the milieu is therapeutic.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.May perform other duties as assigned from time to time.Position requires staff must be at least 21 years of age. Completed and cleared Livescan, criminal statement, health screening with TB test. Must undergo a one-hour training which reviews mandatory reporting requirements as per Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA). This training takes place during pre-service orientation training and periodically thereafter.Valid driver's license is required for transporting youths. Any changes that occurs on your driving record must be reported immediately to your supervisor.Clinician I:EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:Masters level, registered with the BBS/APA with up to 3 years of experience working with severely emotionally disturbed youth doing family assessments and treatment, and behavior management; or equivalent combination of education and experience.CREDENTIALS: Must be eligible to register with BBS/APA as APCC, AMFT, ASW, or MFTI.Clinician II:EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:Licensed Masters supervisor professional experience with three to five years' experience working with severely emotionally disturbed youth. 0-3 post licensed master levelCREDENTIALS:LPCC, LCSW, or LMFT with California licenseClinician III:EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:Licensed Masters and/or Doctoral level clinician with five to seven years' experience working with severely emotionally disturbed youth.CREDENTIALS:LPCC, LMFT, LCSW or licensed Psychologist. Must be eligible for licensure in California.OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:Ability to use various computers Software, Microsoft Office Suites.Bilingual in Spanish, a plus. Strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills.Language Skills: Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public. Ability to write comprehensive evaluations and progress notes/ reports on youth's treatment goals.Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure.Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply principles of logic or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems. Ability to deal with nonverbal symbolism in its most difficult phases. Ability to deal with a variety of abstract and concrete variables.COMPETENCIES:Analytical and Critical ThinkingCommunicationEthics and IntegrityInitiative and ProductivityJudgement and Problem SolvingCasa 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 , Clinician I, II, III, Other , Camarillo, California

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