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TDT Clinical Services Supervisor
Job Code:102018-010
Location:103-Youth Saluda
FT/PT Status:Regular Full Time
Salary:Commensurate with Education and Experience
Closing Date:Open Until Filled
  

General Information:

Under licensed supervision, employee is responsible for the assessment and intensive counseling needs of children, and adolescents at risk of an out of community placement due to emotional and behavioral issues that interfere with their functioning in the normal school environment. Employee is also responsible for the supervision of qualified mental health providers for the Therapeutic Day Treatment program. Employee will provide full bio/psycho/social assessments to children who are new to the Therapeutic Day Treatment Program. Work involves providing Individual, group, and family counseling as well as designing and implementing Individualized Service Plans for children and families who are not responding to the basic Therapeutic Day Treatment interventions. Work also involves connecting families and children to resources, who are not found eligible for therapeutic Day Treatment Services as well as providing intensive individual and family counseling to those children and families. Employee is responsible for completion of progress notes and maintaining client records to include: daily client eligibility paperwork, proper releases and initial opening paperwork, Individualized Service Plan (ISP), quarterly progress reviews and discharge summaries when necessary. Employee is assigned to a region and will provide clinical supervision to the qualified mental health providers of the Therapeutic Day Treatment Program as well as direct clinical services to specific identified clients and their families in that region, Employee must exercise considerable Initiative and judgment in the effective and 'efficient administration of departmental programs. Employee must also exercise tact and courtesy in contact with staff, clients, families, public, and service providers.


Minimum Training and Experience:
Required: Master's degree in Human Services, Psychology, Child Development or related field. Experience required: two years of experience working with children with mental and emotional illnesses. Preferred: qualify for Licensed Eligible status

Special Requirements:

Must possess a valid Virginia Driver's License and acceptable driving record. Must obtain a TB test with satisfactory results by first day of employment and annually as required by licensing authority. Must possess CPR, First Aid, and TOVA certifications.