position is supervised by a Children's Clinical Site Supervisor. Unless
expressly identified, this position does not supervise any other staff.
outpatient treatment for children and their families within the context of a
system of care which includes
collaboration with internal and external supports and resources.
- Provides individual, group and family therapy in a
variety of settings, to a diverse caseload of children and their families, as
evidenced by direct observation, case staffings, and clinical record review.
- Develops with the client and family an integrated Behavioral
Health Service Plan (BHSP) which identifies measurable goals and objectives
developed by the child, family and their team and identifies the treatment and
services to be provided, as evidenced by the BHSP, progress notes, case
staffings and supervision.
- Assesses the client and family on a continuous basis,
plans for discharge, monitors progress towards goals, and completes progress
and case notes with every contact as evidenced by case staffings and the
- Assists the family in identifying and utilizing formal
and informal community supports with the assistance of other agency staff as
evidenced by staffings with Family Involvement Specialists and Child/Family
Support Staff and/or involvement in Child/Family teams.
- Develops clear, concise behavioral plans which utilize
the Child/Family Support staff in providing training or support to the client
and/ or the family as evidenced by behavioral plans and clinical supervision of
Child/Family Support staff .
- Develops and maintains with the child and family team,
a crisis safety plan as evidenced by the plan being in the clinical
- Maintains client records in compliance with Mohave
Mental Health Clinic, Inc., State, HCIC and Joint Commission standards, as
evidenced by clinical record reviews, peer review, and annual quality profile
- Adheres to current best practice standards to ensure
appropriate length of time in care, as evidenced by review of assigned
caseload, clinical record review and case staffings.
- Assists in crisis coverage and completion of pre-petition
screenings/ evaluations when needed, as evidenced by direct observation and
reports that are generated.
- Provides after-hours and holiday crisis coverage on
rotating schedule, as evidenced by review of on-call schedule and corresponding
- The employee must work well under pressure meeting
multiple and sometimes conflicting deadlines.
The employee shall, at all times, demonstrate cooperative behavior with
colleagues and supervisors. This is
evidenced through direct observation and interviews with co-workers and
- Provides customer service to internal and external
customers and stakeholders, as evidenced by direct observation, complaint
resolution, and interviews with customers and participation on Child/Family
- Participates in the Performance Improvement Processes
in the Clinic, as evidenced by direct observation and annual quality profile
data and participation in team meetings, program meetings and other work or
- Performs other duties as assigned, as evidenced by
direct observation and review of assigned tasks.
- Able to effectively de-escalate clients using
techniques as trained and outlined in approved crisis intervention models.
- Clients and their families.
- Agencies in the community and other
- Family Involvement Specialists, Child/Family
Support Staff and other peers
- Clinical Site Supervisor and Program Manager
- Master's degree in counseling, social work, or a
- Licensed by the Arizona Board of Behavioral
- Experience in providing mental heath counseling
to a broad range of clients.
- Knowledge of family systems and family
- Knowledge of DSM IV diagnosis and treatment
- Eligible to be licensed in the State of Arizona
pursuant to ARS Title 32, Chp. 33.
- Valid Arizona driver's license.
- Arizona fingerprint certified or the ability to
obtain a class one certification
- 21 years of age
- Basic skills.
- Technical skills
assessments and/or providing treatment to special populations are able, through
training and experience as well as through agency-specific observation or
testing of performance to demonstrate competency in the following areas:
Staff responsible for providing services to
chemically dependent members have appropriate training, education, and
experience, and demonstrate competency.
Staff must be able to gather and
assess information about:
- The relationship of each member's physical
status to the dependence.
- The nature of the emotional compulsion to use
alcohol and/or other drugs.
- The intensity of the member's preoccupation with
using alcohol/and/or other drugs.
Staff must also demonstrate
competency in their ability to:
- Interpret information about a member's use of
alcohol and/or other drugs.
- Develop a written summary and/or treatment plan
based on member's problems and needs;
- Provide appropriate services.
CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Staff responsible for providing
services to child and adolescent members have appropriate training, education,
and experience, and demonstrate competency.
- Staff demonstrated knowledge of growth and
development of children and adolescents.
- Staff demonstrates their ability to develop
treatment plans and services based on member's problem and needs.
- Staff demonstrates knowledge and skill in
working with family systems.
SERIOUSLY MENTALLY ILL
Staff responsible for
providing services to seriously mentally ill members have appropriate training,
education, and experience, and demonstrate competency.
- Staff has knowledge and ability to gather and
interpret information about seriously mentally ill people.
- Staff understands the member's needs and the
range, intensity, and duration of care, habilitation and rehabilitation
Staff responsible for providing
services to members with intellectual disabilities have appropriate training,
education, and experience, and
- Staff have knowledge and ability to gather and
interpret information about a member with an intellectual disability.
- Staff understand the member's needs and the
range, intensity, and duration of care, habilitation or rehabilitation
- Telephone, fax machine, copier.
- Computer, Windows office programs.
Mental Health Clinic will provide reasonable accommodation for individuals with
disabilities, unless it would cause undue hardship. We define reasonable accommodation as any
change in the work environment or in the way a job is performed that enables a
person with a disability to enjoy equal employment opportunities. We will make a good faith effort to list any
special requirements in our job descriptions.