|Agency||:||AADAP, Inc. – Youth Outpatient|
|Bilingual Therapist – PT (YO)
Non-Exempt Contract Employee
|Salary||:||Commensurate Upon Experience|
|Closing Date||:||Until filled|
|Opening Positions||:||One (1) Part-time|
|Submit Resumes to||:||Jon Fukuda|
|2900 S Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90016|
|(323) 293-6284, (323) 295-4075 (fax)|
A. SUMMARY STATEMENT:
The Clinician/Therapist under the supervision of the Program Coordinator and Clinical Supervisor will conduct Mental Health Services including outreach, intake/assessment, individual, group, family therapy, and case management services with the SPA 5,6, and 8.
B. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- INTAKE AND ASSESSMENT SERVICES (20%)
- Schedule an assessment with caregiver and client and collaborate with referring party/source
- To effectively assess family needs across a broad spectrum of areas, recognizing professional boundaries and the need for consultation from others discipline.
- Develop individualized service plans for participants, including assessment and referrals for additional support services.
- Follow Agency requirements regarding accurate and timely case records, statistical and other administrative procedures
- DIRECT SERVICE PROVISION (70%)
- Manage caseload as assigned.
- Conduct diagnostic assessment and develop treatment plan.
- Implement treatment plan to include: individual, group, and family therapy services.
- Coordinate support services.
- Maintain files and records according to agency, county, state, and federal guidelines.
- Submit other reports as assigned.
- Under supervision, provide direct clinical service hours to Agency clients using the most appropriate intervention modalities.
- Serve as a liaison with schools, probation and court offices, and other institutions as appropriate.
- Participate in weekly case conference meetings.
- Participation in on-going supervision based on level of skill and professional development
- OUTREACH AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (10%)
- Conduct outreach to youth and families, particularly those who are underserved or difficult to reach.
- Participate in community-based planning, as appropriate.
- Perform other agency duties as assigned.
C. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES):
- Must possess a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy, Social Work, or related field.
- Must be registered with the Board of Behavioral Sciences
- Have evidence based practice accreditation in Triple Positive Parenting Program and/or Trauma Focused CBT
- Experience or be familiarized with DMH documentation.
- Minimum one (1) year of experience working with children, youth, and families in the mental health field.
- Ability to organize and prepare documentation in a timely manner.
- Strong organizational, written, and communication skills.
- Permanent Residence or U.S. citizen; proof of work eligibility upon hiring.
- Valid California Drivers License, current minimum automobile insurance, and an appropriate motor vehicle.
- At least three years of recovery or drug free lifestyle as of the date of the application.
- Complete a physical examination and TB test with one (1) week of date of hire.
- Pass a criminal background check to work with children and adolescents.
- Language(s) spoken and/or written English and Spanish.
- PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
- Experience or be familiarized with Exym or electronic data interchange/web-based documentation.