Lycoming Therapeutic Wraparound Services, Inc . is seeking motivated individuals interested in joining our clinical team by providing Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Services to children and adolescents 4 to 21 years of age in Lycoming and Clinton County. We are actively pursuing individuals who have a strong sense of ethics, compassion, and experience working with mental health diagnoses. Candidates must have a valid driver’s license and willingness to travel. Paid clinical supervision is provided to staff on a weekly basis.
Behavioral Specialist Consultant and Mobile Therapist — Desirable applicants must possess a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology with a license or the ability to become licensed and/or pursue a Behavior Specialist License. Experience performing Functional Behavior Assessments is preferable. Hours are flexible.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Design and direct behavior intervention plans.
- Design and direct tracking sheets related to intervention plans.
- Provide written documentation of therapeutic progress .
- Collaborate and consult with other members of the treatment team, professionals, or other significant individuals working with the child/adolescent and family.
- Data Collection with the member, family, or other systems.
- Analyze Data and provide quarterly updates within the treatment plan.
- Understand basic graphing techniques.
- Observation of the member with the TSS or team member present.
- Recognize Antecedents to behavior.
- Organize and Attend inter agency service plan meetings (ISPT) or other pertinent meetings related to treatment.
- Participate in required training's.
- Participate in staff supervisions.
- Provide Supervision for Therapeutic Staff Support (TSS)
- Meet deadlines as they approach with authorization periods.
- Adhere to monthly prescriptions of clients.
- Accurately represent services and Lycoming Therapeutic Wraparound Services.
- Follow the Corporate and Compliance Plan.
- Follow APA (American Psychological Association) ethics code.
- Possess a DSM-5 and adhere to bringing it to every clinical supervision.
Minimum Education, Credentials, and Experience:
- Must be a licensed mental health professional or be an individual with a graduate degree in psychology or related field. Experience in working with children is preferred.
- Must have Act 33 clearances: FBI, Child Abuse, and State.
- Must have a valid driver’s license with independent transportation.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Knowledge of Functional Behavioral Assessments.
- Knowledge of positive behavior interventions and supports.
- Knowledge of DSM-5 and ICD-10 Coding.
- Knowledge of mental illness and the ability to implement interventions (i.e., individual and family) to support improvements in symptoms and functioning.
- Ability to collect and analyze data.
- Ability to build healthy relationships (i.e., therapeutic and professional), as well as to function in a team environment.
- Ability to establish and maintain professional boundaries and ethical standards, as well as to maintain confidential and sensitive information.
- Ability to read, write, and communicate using the English Language.
- Working knowledge of computers and Microsoft Software products.
- May require prolonged sitting (i.e., sometimes on the floor) or standing and frequent use of the telephone or computer.
- Requires sufficient physical capacity to perform Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (CPI).
- Requires normal vision and hearing.