The Clinical Supervisor for the CAP Day Treatment Program shall serve in a dual role comprised of the functions and responsibilities described for the Clinical Coordinator and for the Clinician roles in Wisconsin DHS Chapter 40, as well as additional responsibilities as defined by the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. This person will serve in both a supervisory role for the other Day Treatment Program personnel, as a designee of the Program Director (Nurse Manager), and as a direct clinical care provider for patients and families.
Clinical care coordination of services that span across the continuum of care provided to patients in the Day Treatment Program, and which include but are not limited to: oversight for patient intake, throughput and transitions, from referral to discharge, and the utilization of evidence-based care for all aspects of Day Treatment which also meet the regulatory requirements of DHS Chapter 40.
The person in this position will serve as a direct supervisor for all non-nursing program personnel, as a designee of the Program Director (Nurse Manager). This includes assisting the Program Director (Nurse Manager) with education to support the ongoing learning and professional development of all program personnel to ensure the delivery of safe, multidisciplinary, and high-quality patient care and services and to meet the educational requirements for mental health care providers as defined by Wisconsin DHS.
The person in the position will provide focused Clinical Supervision as defined in Wisconsin DHS Chapter 40 for all direct care providers in the Day Treatment Program.
The person in this position will provide direct clinical care to patients and their families and/or caregivers on an "as needed" basis, and in keeping with direct cares associated with the roles of "Mental Health Professional" and "Clinician" as defined by Wisconsin DHS Chapter 40.
Master of Science Degree in Counseling, or Marriage and Family Studies, or Master of Science Degree in Social Work
Previous experience in an inpatient or outpatient mental health setting.
Credentialed in the state of Wisconsin as either an LPC, an LMFT, or an LCSW.
CPI (Non-violent Crisis Intervention) certified or completion with 90 days
Demonstrated skill in problem solving, conflict resolution and critical thinking
Crisis intervention management skills
Ability to communicate effectively with children, adolescents and adults
Master of Science Degree in Social Work from an accredited school of social work
Previous experience in an inpatient or outpatient mental health setting serving children and adolescents.
Previous experience as a direct supervisor for clinical staff.
Credentialed in the state of Wisconsin as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Prior supervisory experience in a health care setting