EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE
a) A graduate of a college or university with a Master’s degree in Counseling or related human services field;
b) North Carolina License and Certification issued by the governing board regulating a human service profession;
c) Maintain proper certification and licensure that meets the accrediting standards for NBCC and NCBLPC;
d) Provisionally licensed or board-eligible Qualified Professional actively seeking licensure within 30 months from date of hire
e) Valid NC driver’s license and vehicle insuranceRESPONSIBILITIES
- Individual, family, and group therapy for consumers
- Designating the appropriate team staff such that specialized clinical expertise is applied as clinically indicated for each child
- Providing clinical expertise and guidance to direct-care personnel on a daily basis.
- Providing the clinical supervision for direct-care personnel.
- Modeling good clinical skills, professionalism and demeanor.
- Convening the Child and Family Team for person-centered planning.
- Consulting with identified medical (for example, primary care and psychiatric) and non-medical (for example, DSS, school, DJJDP) providers, engaging community and natural supports, and including their input in the person-centered planning process.
- Ensuring linkage to the most clinically appropriate and effective services including arranging for psychological and psychiatric evaluations.
- Providing and coordinating behavioral health services and other interventions for the youth or other family members with other licensed professionals and Child and Family Team members.
- Participating in the person-centered planning process.
- Providing psycho education as indicated in the Person Centered Plan.
- Submit all documentation according to agency policy and governing body guidelines.
- Attend staff meeting, trainings, treatment team meetings, and other required agency functions.
- Training for consumers/classrooms (e.g., Relaxation Techniques, Building Healthy Relationships, Handing Peer Pressure, Effective Problem Solving, Managing Your Time Well, Effective Outlets for Anger /Frustration, Communication Skills, etc.)
- Attending/participating in CFTs
- Conducting parenting groups (psycho-education on common diagnoses/treatments, developing effective parent/child boundaries, navigating the school system, self-care for parents, etc.)
- Training for Day Treatment staff (common diagnoses/treatments, behavior management techniques, clinical model information, how to effectively write measurable goals/interventions, planned ignoring, creating a safe place, etc.)
- Participating/monitoring consumers on outings, during rides in/rides out, etc.
- On-site administrative time to prepare for trainings/groups (one hour per hour of presentation)
- Perform initial and re-assessments of prospective/existing OPT consumers
About Britton and Crump, Incorporated:
Britton and Crump, Inc. is a CARF accredited Critical Access Behavioral Health Agency (CABHA) which strives to develop better citizens through the education of anger management techniques and cultivation of social skills. We motivate and encourage young people to resolve conflict non-violently and promote positive self-esteem.
We endeavor to provide researched based therapeutic programs which allow all consumers, regardless of race, disability, religion, gender, personal affiliations, and choice, the opportunity to develop confidence, increase social competence, and enhance cognitively.
Ultimately, Britton and Crump, Inc. wishes to inspire hope, ensure personal and family well being, and encourage a desire to succeed.
THIS Could Be the Position for YOU If:
1. YOU enjoy leading a team of professionals
2. YOU have strong ethics
3. YOU are solution oriented
4. YOU appreciate a flexible part-time schedule
5. YOU are motivated to make a difference in the lives of young people & families