Canyon State Academy Queen Creek, AZ, USA
May 16, 2019Full time
The ORR Clinician is responsible for providing therapeutic services to UCs and their families in the form of individual, family and group therapy. Develops and oversees the completion of treatment on an individual, family and group basis. Services include: clinical assessment, service planning, individual, group, family and milieu therapies, counseling, case management, record keeping and service coordination with a multi-disciplinary team. Develops expertise in differential assessment, treatment readiness and change model, and motivational interviewing. Documents and assesses the effectiveness of specific interventions toward meeting the objectives and goals of the treatment plan. Essential Functions : Provides individual, family and group therapy as indicated by program needs. Documents all therapy and contacts with clients and other service providers. Maintains clients’ clinical files in a timely and orderly fashion. Maintains the Clinical Training Manual in a timely and orderly fashion, if applicable. Provides crisis intervention as needed. Ensures documentation is completed. Transports clients for therapeutic services when needed. Prepares monthly progress notes, staffing reports, plans and discharge summaries. Ensures the safety, health and welfare of staff and students at all times. Provides encouragement, guidance and resources to staff and students when needed. Models and ensures all program norms are upheld without compromise. Acts as a positive role model and mentor for both staff and students. Treats others with respect, confronts negative behavior and supports confrontations. Completes required reports and documentation in a timely manner, provides management with required reports and advises of any problematic situations. Complies with and implements the Rite of Passage Policies and Procedures as detailed in the appropriate manuals/handbooks. Ensures the highest standards are maintained to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct and to ensure the program remains in compliance with agency licensing and Rite of Passage policies and procedures. Assists with the correction of deficiencies and quality improvement efforts. Attends and participates in all required meetings. Qualifications: Must be bilingual and speak both Spanish and English. Master’s degree in social work with clinical experience in the program OR Master’s degree in psychology, sociology, or other relevant behavioral science in which direct clinical experience is a program requirement OR a Bachelor’s degree plus 5 years clinical employment experience. Must be licensed or eligible for licensure. Obtain the appropriate number of CEUs each year to maintain licensure, if applicable. One year of prior experience working in a residential/school setting with at-risk students, their families and the Juvenile Justice System preferred. Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality.