JOB TITLE: Clinical Supervisor
DEPARTMENT: Health Services
SUPERVISOR: VP Health
The Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor’s primary responsibilities will be the following: Provide clinical oversight for the designated Behavioral Health Services outpatient clinic under the direction of the Vice President Health Services. Provide individual and group clinical supervision in accordance with and/or regulatory standards and guidelines of CBH, DDAP, and OMHSAS to both licensed and unlicensed Behavioral Health Staff in various environments and modalities. The emphasis of the Behavioral Health Services is multi-faceted and includes meeting critical benchmarks for quality care and productivity , ensuring proper care is being provided in accordance with service delivery contracts and providing ongoing clinical staff development. Duties may include establishing of clinical practice policy, case conferencing, creating and reviewing clinical documentation and facilitating in-service training. Collaboration with other departments is a vital component of the Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisory role. The position can also include direct service by way of individual and group therapy to APM clients.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Enforcement of behavioral/mental health and substance use program protocols sufficient to provide guidance to MHPs in the provision of services.
Provide therapeutic services to caseload using a variety of therapeutic modalities, evidenced based practices and trauma focused interventions included in APM's continuum of care.
Provide behavioral/mental health consultation, including the development of Mental Health and Health Education materials to the program staff, in-service training and coaching on treatment planning, CBEs and clinical formulation for both mental health, drug free and medication assisted drug and alcohol.
Administer behavioral/mental health assessments, as necessary, using structuring tools to diagnose and/or provide objective function measures.
Provide clinical through clinical supervision to MHPs and Substance Use Counselors and support to other program personnel as necessary in treatment protocols, diagnostic and bio-psycho-social assessment, interpretation and clinical formulation.
Coach BH staff on clinical intervention strategies, treatment planning and behavioral health screenings as necessary for excellent service delivery standards at APM.
Audit clinical records using the electronic EHR system and apply findings in a comprehensive clinical approach to supervision.
Work in collaboration with Billing, Quality Assurance, and the Vice President Health Services to develop and implement performance improvement initiatives and continuous quality improvement processes in compliance with all Federal, State, County and Funder requirements when necessary.
Assess professional capabilities of clinicians in on-going supervision with both licensed and unlicensed clinicians to review their provision of Adult, Older Adult, and youth services. Provide annual performance evaluations, training plans, coaching and performance improvement interventions.
Work in collaboration with ancillary service providers, employees/independent contractors, and outside consultants to ensure services are person centered, cohesive, and collaborative.
Conduct case conferences with psychiatrists and other clinical staff as needed. Review and sign-off on all treatment plans, discharge and after care plans as well as other case record documents as required and in compliance with all Federal, State, County, or funders. Maintain records sufficient to meet County, State, and Federal clinical documentation requirements ensuring that the clinic is audit ready at all times.
Attend training and workshops as required for professional development or mandated by funder regulations
Provide front desk office management supports and oversight as needed.
Participate in scheduled supervision.
Perform other duties as assigned
- Masters or doctorate degree in counseling, psychology, social work, or related field. Licensure or pursuit of licensure is required. Knowledge and/or experience providing mental health therapy services, including assessment and diagnosis, to children.
- At least two (2) years verified post - Master's experience providing mental health treatment as well as experience supervising clinicians' who provide treatment to children.
- Knowledge of the impact of trauma and experience working with disadvantaged and high-risk individuals, including work with incest, sexual abuse, physical abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, and domestic violence. Strong understanding of available community resources and supports.
- Knowledge/Training and/or interest in CBT - TF Therapy with adults and children.
- Must be computer proficient in a Microsoft Windows environment.
- Knowledge of CBH - NIAC, OMHSAS 5200 regulations and DDAP704 regulations.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and record keeping software preferred.
- Must have respectful, open, unbiased, accepting attitude toward clients and their families.
- Experience in trauma focused based therapies strongly preferred, but at a minimum, the ability to incorporate culturally competent family inclusivity into treatment is required.
- Must be bilingual in English and Spanish.