- $65,000 to $80,000 Yearly
Primary responsibilities of the Clinical Supervisor include the following:
· Provide administrative oversight of both therapists and qualified mental health specialists (QMHS)
· Delineate responsibilities through task and client assignments
· Coordinate with program supervisors and directors to improve client care and employee performance/satisfaction
· Complete reports and documents related to productivity and administrative duties
· Participate in supervisory level meetings to create/manage policy and procedure on site
· Participate in Managerial level meetings to collaborate interdepartmentally
· Facilitate and participate in continuing education opportunities
· Facilitate weekly agency-wide clinical staff meetings
· Network with and attend community events
Clinical (Indirect care)
· Provide clinical supervision of both therapists and qualified mental health specialists (QMHS)
· Assist therapist in the development of Individualized treatment plans, Safety plans, transition plans and titration of services, and discharge plans of clients.
· Oversee crisis intervention program and team
· Assist in psychiatric and therapy preceptorships and assist interns in gaining increased knowledge on community based mental health; coordinate as needed with intern faculty supervisors and FAH employees.
· Develop standardization of psychotherapy progress notes
· Liaison between therapist and client / client’s family and participate in the psychoeducation of the client’s condition
· Research medical issues and new medical treatments to update your knowledge on psychiatric healthcare
· Continued review ITPs and DEs and conduct quarterly chart review audits
- Oversee the update and maintain patients’ health record and charts, maintains master client lists
- Client and staff correspondence
- Maintaining general office standards
Clinical (Direct care)
· Provide crisis intervention to clients by assessing client behavior, documenting their behavior, and making decisions in an individual's best interest.
· Work with individuals/families/couples utilizing therapeutic modalities based on individual need
· Assist clients in obtaining and maintain stability through coping and developing a support system
· Review patients’ medical history and collect additional information
· Evaluate patients’ emotional, behavioral, and mental state through discussion, observation, and analysis
· Identify mental disorders and determine best treatments and therapeutic modalities
· Advise clients on how to cope with mental health conditions
First Alliance Healthcare of Ohio is a community-based agency providing mental health and substance abuse services to adults, adolescents, children and families. We understand the importance of treating the mind and body. First Alliance is committed to our staff and the communities we serve.
FIRST ALLIANCE HEALTHCARE OF OHIOToledo, OH
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