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  • ID
    #51160234
  • Salary
    TBD
  • Source
    Massachusetts
  • Date
    2024-03-02
  • Deadline
    2024-05-01
 
Full-time

Summary of Position

This position is an exciting opportunity for an individual with some clinical experience who is looking to develop their leadership skills. The Senior Clinician will provide clinical oversight and support to a diverse range of residential programs, including Centerboard’s Young Parent Living Programs (YPLPs), pre-independent living program, and independent living programs. While on site at the YPLPs, the Senior Clinician will ensure the practical application of a Trauma Informed theoretical treatment framework in the milieu, and will work with staff to provide them with the tools to support residents in the development of healthy attachments, positive relationships, self-regulation skills, language and communication skills, learning their trauma triggers and identifying coping skills. The Senior Clinician will be available to provide interim individual and family therapy to individuals within the YPLP, YYAGR, YYASL, and IL programs as needed.

Job Functions

Review and approve treatment plans and safety plans; ensure program implementation

Ensure ongoing timely completion of clinical assessments and treatment plans; approve assessments and plans as indicated

Ensure provision of group and family therapy consistent with youth needs; provide interim individual and family therapy as needed

Assist with the development and delivery of staff training toward the implementation of a solid, clinical treatment program; create and conduct training for staff monthly and as needed.

Establish a leadership role by having a presence in the milieu and role model clinical interventions with milieu staff, including working with milieu staff in the delivery of crisis intervention services as needed

Participate in Youth Service’s Leadership Team as indicated; attend leadership trainings as assigned

Participate in monthly Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion affinity group

Supervise a team of BSW and MSW clinical interns as assigned; liaise with their schools and oversee their daily tasks to ensure that learning goals are met

Complete all required documentation in a professional, timely manner

Participate in clinical on-call rotation

Consistently meet professional license requirements

Provide interim individual and family therapy for clients experiencing long waitlists for external providers

Ability to work with youth or youth and families in a changing setting which may include transitional care and aftercare outreach.

Obtain required training for organization and job position, in addition to any other training mandated by Centerboard, including multicultural awareness orientation.

Support Programs in times of crisis

QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s degree in a related field; license to practice as a clinician (min LCSW Certification). Required to pass initial competency evaluation as well as continued assessments of professional development and future trainings. Must have a valid driver’s license and the ability to use personal vehicle may also be required. Have the ability to work with a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion lens with clients, staff and collaterals.

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