Clinical Therapist I for Adult/Older Adult Full Service Partnership #16267051
for Adult/Older Adult FSP (#230)
Salary: 55051.28 - 88082.27 Annually
Job Category: Behavioral Health
Location: Los Angeles Area
Job Type: Full-Time
Close Date: Continuous
* Prequalification Questionnaire Required
This position services the Full Service Partnership program for Adults and Older Adults. The Clinical Therapist I will initiate and conduct individual, family and group counseling/psychotherapy sessions; they will provide crisis intervention to mentally ill/emotionally disabled individuals, groups and families; In addition, they will provide case management services on or off site. The Clinical Therapist I will meet with clients for regular therapeutic interviews, guide clients in understanding of their illness and contributing personal, social and economic factors. They will assist clients in developing realistic plans, as well as advice clients on community resources. The Clinical Therapist I will maintain records of all activities relating to clients’ care and must adhere to billing compliancy.
Tri-City is looking for three (3) special individuals to serve as Clinical Therapist I or II for the Full-Service Partnership (FSP) Child and Transitional Age Youth (TAY) program. The Clinical Therapists I/II will appeal to individuals who, are passionate about working with children, adolescents, young adults and their families. Within the scope of practice, Agency guidelines and professional standards, Clinical Therapists I/II have the responsibility to formulate a differential diagnosis concerning the nature of the mental health challenge; develop an effective treatment program including intervention methods; and provide mental health services for children, TAYs, and their families in the field. The Clinical Therapists I/II will report to a higher level clinical personnel and/or management.
This position is responsible for a variety of ongoing responsibilities including, but not limited to:
Will initiate and conduct family-centered, strengths-based and culturally competent individual, family and group assessments, counseling/therapy sessions and treatment plans;
Will provide collaborative outreach, advocacy and rehabilitative services needed as well as crisis intervention to individuals, groups and families;
Provides intensive case management services in the community (field) or onsite (office) ;
Provide individual, family, group or case management services to children, adolescents, and young adults;
Will assist clients in developing realistic plans while displaying sensitivity to cultural and linguistic factors and needs, as well as advice clients on community resources;
Maintain records of all activities relating to clients’ care and must adhere to Agency and service billing requirements;
May be required to transport client(s) in his/her own vehicle and/or a Tri-City vehicle;
Work on an On-call rotation;
Work on a multidisciplinary team to promote recovery.