Therapist I, Group Homes Costa Mesa

Childhelp Beaumont , CA 92223

Posted 3 months ago

Position Summary

The Full Time Fully Licensed or Intern Therapist is responsible to provide clinical support to clients in Costa Mesa, California. This position is responsible for the case management and therapy provided to the cases assigned to their care.

Essential Responsibilities

In conjunction with the Clinical Director develops timely, individualized, comprehensive Master Treatment Plan for all cases assigned, in accordance with policies and procedures.

Access and coordinate all clinical services available in order to fully implement the Treatment Plan for the client.

Communicate clearly and regularly in both written and oral forms to the Treatment Team regarding patient case material, special therapeutic needs, family relationships, etc.

Provides advocacy and clinical insight on assigned cases in all staffing or meetings pertaining to each case; such as Treatment Planning meetings, case reviews and meetings with the Clinical Director.

Completes timely documentation in the Clinical Record of all services rendered in accordance with policies and procedures.

Provides individual, family, group therapy and Parent Outreach services in accordance with each individualized treatment plan for cases assigned by the Clinical Director.

Conducts all assigned duties in a professional, ethical manner which protects the rights and dignity of all individuals assigned to their caseload.

Minimum Requirements:

Master's Degree in Social Work or Marriage and Family Therapy from an accredited school or Master's Degree in a related Mental Health field which qualifies the applicant as a fully licensed or license-eligible ACSW/AMFT in accordance with California Board of Behavioral Sciences.

Minimum of six months experience in a mental health setting with children and families.

Must have experience working in an in-patient or residential setting.

Preferred Requirements:

Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Marriage Family Therapist in the State of California with one year experience working with children and families


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