The Mental Health Site Supervisor (LCSW or LPC) is responsible for providing evidenced based treatment to children and families as well as serve as a resource to on-site mental health staff regarding skill demonstration, promotion of knowledge, and communication with leadership.
Provision of Clinical Care
· Conducts clinical psychiatric evaluation, develops a clinical treatment plan, and provides evidenced based therapies to children with mental health diagnoses and, potentially, co-occurring acute or chronic illness, trauma, or disability.
· Completes a comprehensive report on all of the above for review by broader treatment team (such as treating MD referral source).
· Ensures comprehensive assessment and recommended treatment plan are submitted for reimbursement to third party insurance payer sources based on established guidelines.
· Obtains outcome measures, through the use of psychometric tools, and shares data on patient progress with collaborating physicians and to track clinical trends.
· Acts as an advocate and mental health educator to the child's primary support group, to include the child's primary care and specialty doctor, parental unit, educational system, legal system, and other parties invested in child's care.
Oversight of Clinical Staff
· Ensures that the site is safe, clean and that the site is maintained in accordance with company policies: charting procedures and regulatory requirements are followed by all site staff, and that all staff assigned to the site act as a cohesive team.
· Assists in training of clinicians new to Tech Center on work expectations, our commitment to professionalism, and adherence to the mission of CHKD's Mental Health Service Line.
· Conducts mock chart audits in accordance with DMAS and Medicaid regulations, when needed.
· Generates site-specific systems and processes to improve quality of service, employee, and patient satisfaction.
· Oversees clinicians new to Tech Center to ensure accurate diagnoses, mission driven treatment plans, and fidelity to evidence based clinical modalities.
· Collaborates with program manager to problem solve staff concerns, support staff development, and provide feedback regarding clinical professional growth need.
· May function in an on-call capacity as necessary to meet the needs of the organization.
· Travel to offsite locations may be required.
· Performs other duties as assigned.
Licenses and/or Certifications:
· Current Virginia license as a LCSW or LPC.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
· Graduate of an accredited college or university with a Master's degree in Social Work, Counseling, Mental Health or a related field.
· Two years of post-license related work experience preferred.
· Experience with implementing evidence-based treatments with children and families and Telemedicine based interventions/assessment required.
· Certification in any of the below evidenced-based modalities preferred, advanced training in modalities also considered: Parent Child Interaction Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Based Therapy for Anorexia Nervosa, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
· Exceptional interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills necessary.
· Ability to work as a multidisciplinary team member.