Clinical Supervisor

Position Summary: The Clinical Supervisor assists in overall leadership and functioning of mental health program, both clinically and administratively. Provides leadership as well as clinical and administrative support for the team as directed by the Clinical Director. Offers individual, family, group counseling as well as individual and group supervision, parent education, clinical consultation, case management, family support, child and family advocacy and court support in a culturally sensitive manner as assigned by the Clinical Director.

Essential Functions:

  1. Provides leadership within in the Clinical Services Department.
  2. Assists in research.
  3. Conducts clinical supervision and consultation.
  4. Provide therapeutic services to children and families as part of the Childhelp Mental Health Team.
  5. Creates and maintains files with all paperwork and written reports related to clientele in accordance with OBHL, the Center’s policies and procedures, and the forensic environment.
  6. Completes all necessary documentation in record, in a timely, thorough, and professional manner according to the required deadlines.
  7. Provides immediate intervention and family stabilization services, when necessary.
  8. Provides On-Call services for the center’s partners for 6-10 weeks/year depending on staffing.
  9. Attends weekly clinical staff meetings and training, monthly Center all-staff meetings, and multi-disciplinary team meetings.
  10. Attend weekly supervision to discuss case conceptualization, to review treatment goals, to discuss problems or obstacles to progress, to exchange ideas for intervention strategies, to provide clinical training, and to assist with difficult or problem families/cases.
  11. Coordinates services with a multidisciplinary team, including law enforcement, CPS, medical staff, forensic interviewers, and other persons/groups related to child abuse issues and ongoing cases, as necessary and appropriate within the forensic environment.
  12. Provides court testimony, as needed.
  13. Participates annually in 24 hours of relevant, continuing education/training events in order to maintain continuing education for professional licensure and clinical competency in the forensically sensitive specialty setting.
  14. Participates in Center-based self-care and team building activities.
  15. Participate on committees and in professional meetings/staffings as necessary for the overall development and function of the program.
  16. Carries out other duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements:

  1. Masters or higher degree in social sciences with an emphasis in psychology, counseling, social work, or a related field.
  2. Independent licensure through AZ Board of Behavioral Health Examiners or AZ Board of psychologist Examiners.
  3. Minimum 4 years of direct mental health work with children, adolescents and families
  4. Two years of supervisory or leadership experience or an equivalent.

Preferred Requirements:

  1. Spanish Bilingual
  2. Post Master’s experience and training in Child Abuse, treatment of complex trauma, and attachment disorders