Clinical Oversight & Program Development
Help develop and implement the Bridge clinical program and philosophy that integrates mental health and drug and alcohol treatment services as well as family therapy.
Help develop a family therapy treatment model and implement a training program for Bridge staff in family therapy
Provide regular supervision to Master's level Bridge intensive outpatient therapists
Review all treatment plans, progress notes, court reports and clinical records; ensure that documentation meets appropriate clinical and regulatory standards and reflects best practices in clinical care and is inspection ready.
Coordinate all clinical activities, in collaboration with the Program Director, Assistant Program Director, Clinical Director, Operations Director, Program Nurse, and Medical Director
Coordinate specialized training for therapists and program staff in relevant clinical topics and treatment interventions.
Develop a positive relationship with funding agencies such as CBH and BHSI and ensure that therapists stay up to date with insurance reviews.
Help develop and revise all clinical policies and protocols (to include defined interventions and management of a variety of DSM-IV disorders).
Help develop and implement specialized programs to meet participants' changing needs, including manualized treatments and specialized curriculum; facilitate special topic groups, as needed
Supervise student interns
Participate in weekly management team meetings, therapists staff meetings, and case consultations
Have flexible work hours to work 11am 7:30pm.
All other duties as assigned.
Master's Degree in related field such as Counseling, Education, Social Work with three years post-degree experience or Licensed or license-eligible in the State of Pennsylvania (if licensure is available in particular discipline).
Certified in the use of the PA Client Placement Criteria (PCPC) for adults or eligible for PCPC certification.
Training and understanding of TF-CBT and Sanctuary Model
Proficiency in DSM-V diagnostic nomenclature.
Minimum of three years supervisory experience.
Minimum of three years experience in developing and conducting therapy (individual and group), particularly with adolescents.
Proficiency in multi-modal and cognitive-behavioral treatment models, including case conceptualizations, treatment planning, and implementation.
Thorough knowledge of alcoholism and other addictions and appropriate treatment modalities, particularly for adolescents
Thorough knowledge of family therapy treatment models
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Knowledge of and adherence to all state, city and program policies and procedures.
Sensitivity to issues of diversity.
Public Health Management Corporation