(Locations: ) New London
CA provides a robust training program for emerging professionals, including graduate interns and candidates for licensure. The clinical supervisor role includes weekly individual supervision, while the therapist role provides outpatient therapy and related clinical services to child, adolescent, and/or adult clients and their families in office and/or via telehealth.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities as Supervisor:
- Support onboarding of Supervisee.
- Provide weekly direct individual hour supervision.
- Develop Learning/Supervision Agreement and goals in collaboration with the Supervisee.
- Instruct Supervisee on competencies, best practices, clinical approaches, and professional issues.
- Support Supervisee in development of professional identity.
- Regularly review Supervisee’s caseload.
- Review, provide feedback and co-sign Supervisee’s documentation.
- Evaluate Supervisee’s practice throughout program term both verbally and in writing.
- Commitment to the Supervisee’s program term.
- Participate in low-demand on-call rotation (approximately one week per year).
- Participate in monthly Training Program meetings.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities as Therapist:
- Ensure knowledge and familiarity with the institution’s field internship policies and procedures.
- Communicate with institution’s field leadership as needed and during scheduled meeting times.
- Participate in institution-required meetings and trainings.
- (Social Work Interns only) Provide feedback on Supervisee’s submitted process recordings.
- Assess or provide therapy, counseling, intervention and/or education to clients in a professional manner.
- Provide clinically appropriate treatment based on mental health assessment and treatment plans.
- Assure continuous reimbursable sessions for assigned clients as clinically indicated.
- Coordinate care with community providers as authorized and clinically indicated.
- Provide services and conduct self in a manner consistent with the profession Code of Ethics.
- Complete timely and accurate documentation.
- Participate in planned supervision and case consultation.
- Participate actively with the clinical team, accessing and providing support and consultation.
- Collaborate professionally and effectively with both the clinical and office support teams.
- Fully participate in staff development and consultation opportunities offered to enhance the professional growth of both the individual and the practice.
- Participate in planned supervision and case consultation conferences.
- Participate in low-demand on-call rotation (approximately one week per year)
- Maintain license, certification, or identified program performance skills.
- Licensure in NH as LICSW, LCMHC, LMFT, MLADC or Psychologist required. Additional licensure in VT a plus.
- Master’s or Doctoral degree in Mental Health, Counseling, Social Work or Psychology with a minimum of two years’ experience.
- Support the organization’s mission along with sensitivity of cultural and workplace harmony.
- Planning and time management and strong organizational skills.
- Management of work processes along with strong computer skills for documentation purposes.
- Ability to maintain confidential information within HIPAA guidelines and organizational policies.
- Ability to be flexible especially with scheduling and to perform and prioritize multiple functions and tasks.
- Communication along with professionalism.