CLASSIFICATIONFamily Based Therapist - Master's Level
  • Provide assessment and treatment services in the home of the identified child/family.
  •  Provide family and individual therapy to child/family members
  •  Provide supportive counseling, psychotherapy and skill training in such areas as child management, problem solving and stress reduction techniques.
  •  Preserve/ensure child's safety and well-being by monitoring home environment and facilitating placement if necessary.
  •  Involve all participating families in the development of their treatment plan.
  •  Maintain intensity of service as many hours as needed per week with each enrolled family.
  •  Provide written assessment of family member’s strengths as well as problem areas to be resolved when establishing service goals.
  •  Provide crisis intervention as needed.
  •  Provide Case management activities/linkage to community resources.
  •  Aid in finding/providing relief services such as respite care, homemaker services, transportation, recreational activities.
  •  Involve all service providers in pertinent staffing for the purpose of treatment planning and to strengthen interagency collaboration efforts.
  •  Provide follow-up and aftercare referrals plus planned post discharge meetings.
  •  Encourage the use of natural support systems such as families, friends, church, and memberships in given organizations, etc.
  • Attend all required family based training as indicated by yearly training schedule in order to fulfill mandatory Core Training Competency and Graduation as per OMHSAS requirements.
  •  Fulfill documentation requirements.
  •  Participate in weekly/as scheduled supervisory meetings.
  •  Attend staff and multidisciplinary meetings as required.
  •  Performs related work as required.
  • Video tape sessions on a weekly basis for supervision purposes as per OMHSAS requirements.
  •  Flexible service hours to include evenings and weekends plus 24 hour crisis response

Mental Health Professional, must have a graduate degree in psychiatry, psychology, social work, counseling, nursing, or any graduate degree in the field of human services plus two years’ experience in a CASSP system program.

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