Clinical Supervisor - Napa ACS
Aldea Children and Family Services supports and empowers young people with serious social, mental, and behavioral difficulties to grow to be independent, productive adults through professional, compassionate mental health and child welfare services. Programs include foster care and adoption; advocacy for parents; therapeutic educational services; residential and outpatient psychiatric and counseling services; and supported living services for adults with developmental disabilities. With a staff of over 140 employees, Aldea is one of the largest nonprofits in Napa and Solano counties, serving thousands of youth and families each year in a manner that respects their dignity and diversity.
Under the direction of the Program Director of Napa ACS, the Clinical Supervisor will provide necessary clinical supervision to assigned clinicians including, but not limited to, maintaining supportive, collaborative working relationships with supervisees; providing effective professional services to assigned clients; developing the professional skills of the clinical staff using the agency's performance planning and evaluation program; supporting the adherence to agency and program policies; and using the continuous quality improvement practices to enhance quality outcomes for clients.
1. Supervision of clinicians: In addition to individual and group supervision, this will entail, but will not be limited to, regular meetings regarding productivity/client scheduling, clinical issues that arise outside of supervision; being available to supervisees for consultation on an ad hoc basis, providing feedback on an ongoing basis to all supervisees up to an including handling disciplinary issues; providing oversight on clinicians' delivery of therapeutic services to clients, as needed, according to quality and ethical standards and in accordance with contracts within Napa County or any other contracting entities.
2. Participate in agency leadership and management activities including active participation in leadership meetings and the general well being of the program, trainings, clinical supervisory consultation meetings, county compliance trainings, etc.
3. Provide individual and group supervision, as well as training and case consultation as needed to clinicians registered with the Board of Behavioral Sciences, field placement practicum and other staff providing clinical services.
4. Ensure clinical soundness of services offered through ongoing monitoring and evaluation of all assigned program staff.
5. Work collaboratively with all Aldea staff, including those providing psychiatric/medical and social services, Medi-Cal compliance coordinator and office manager.
6. Demonstrate consistent and accurate application of DSM-IV TR and possess competency with multiple therapeutic models/ current evidenced- based practices in relation to working with children/families.
7. Adhere to confidentiality standards at all times.
8. Possess competency with Medi-Cal standards for documentation.
9. Understand requirements of all funding sources used within the program.
10. Adhere to all agency policies and procedures.
11. Comply with all licensing regulations and standards of client care.
12. Complete all required administrative activities in an accurate and timely manner.
13. Maintain current licensing and/or professional certification requirements.
14. Provide direct clinical services to a small caseload, as needed.
15. Evaluate and approve required clinical documentation, and other required paperwork.
16. Support quality standards for client care in the counseling program.
17. Clinical Supervisors will attend meetings as necessary for the position, including but not limited to the following: Weekly Management Meeting; Weekly Intake; Utilization Review; Weekly Meeting with Program Director; ATI/Clinical Meetings/Staff Meetings/Other meetings to support programmatic projects as needed.
18. Supervision Availability: On-Call rotation as needed, e.g., one day a week; Maintain availability during primary clinic hours, e.g., late afternoon /early evening hours; Work within leadership team, e.g., request vacation in relationship to other supervisors' vacation schedules and support supervisory team/duties when supervisors are out of office; Flexibility to provide supervisory functions as needed (may need to help make up clinicians missed supervision time when regular supervisor is out of the office, may need to work with clinician regarding /timely in submission of critical documentation such as treatment plans, etc. and to provide additional supervisory support for client case issues.
20. Leadership/Change Management: Support the delivery of decisions made in management team meetings to the staff; support managerial and administrative functions of supervisors' role in addition to clinical productivity.
21. Other duties as assigned.
1. Maintain good working relationships with providers from other agencies as to facilitate transition of or referral for services.
2. Evaluate and oversee required paperwork, and sign as directed (progress notes, assessments, client plans).
3. General knowledge, awareness, and support of the agency CQI goals in your program for your position as well as for your supervisees.
4. Work collaboratively with Medi-Cal Compliance Manager & Compliance Associate.
5. Complete all required administrative activities in an accurate and timely manner.
6. Actively participate in all required staff meetings, fundraising, and training opportunities.
7. Monitor results of data collected. Recommend changes to sites of partnership if needed to meet client's needs.
8. Willing to perform other related duties needed as assigned.
9. Adhere to confidentiality standards at all times.
1. Licensed with CA Board of Psychology (PhD or PsyD and/or Registered with the Board of Behavioral Sciences as a MFT or LCSW.
2. Two years of paid supervision experience providing clinical supervision to licensed professionals, registered interns, and/or graduate students providing treatment services to children and families.
3. EPSDT Medi-Cal experience preferred.
4. Bilingual Preferred.
5. An orientation toward integrative service delivery in the provision of mental health services.
6. A desire to better the lives of children and families in need within Napa County.
7. Contemporary understanding of child development, mental health family systems, child welfare systems, and juvenile court services.
8. Desire to work with non-profit community-based program.
9. Excellent leadership and communication skills and demonstrated ability to motivate a team, while taking direction from Program Director and Administration.
10. Sensitivity and understanding regarding service to culturally diverse populations.
11. Ability to work harmoniously with others.
12. Ability to accept and follow instructions.
Program Director and/or her designee.
Subordinate Staff (providing direct supervision):
Therapists & Interns
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