This is a professional position providing therapeutic interventions to children, youth and their families with community based intensive behavioral health, crisis response, and community safety needs. Therapeutic services provided by a Clinician II include: home, school and office based behavioral health services that include crisis intervention and on-going supports as well as long-term, team-based behavioral health services to children, youth and their families.
The Clinician II is the primary behavioral health treatment provider assigned to a child, youth and their family. The Clinician II is a lead clinical support, completing the intake/assessment and prescribing mental health treatment, identifying strategies and services to children, youth and their families in the family home, therapeutic foster home, and/or community locations (e.g. crisis response or behavioral observation and assessment in home and schools, etc.). The Clinician II position requires the skills and abilities to assess safety in crisis situations while providing direct therapeutic intervention and support for a diverse population of children with behavioral health needs. The Clinician II will present as a positive and compassionate therapeutic support to the youth and family at all times.
All services prescribed and provided by a Clinician II must be allowable (billable) through Medicaid and provided as specifically identified and prescribed in the Individualized Mental Health Treatment Plan. All treatment services must be documented per required timeframes, in accordance with federal Medicaid requirements and entered into CareLogic, the FBH Electronic Health Record (EHR), as well as medical EHR's of Managed Care Organizations (MCO's), Behavioral Health Organizations (BHO's), or others per contract requirements.
Position requires 24/5 on call availability due to an unstructured work week to include irregular and unpredictable hours. Clinicians can expect to work hours that vary in times and include weekends.
Up to $2,000 productivity incentive per quarter
Language and Licensure Stipends
Clinical supervision towards licensure
Clinical Assessment, Engagement of Child/Youth/Family and Community
Individualized Service Planning and Implementation: