Clinical Supervisor

The Clinical Supervisor provides oversight to the clinical department and staff, and, as a Child and Family Therapist, him/herself, provides individual, family, and group therapy to child victims of abuse and their non-offending family members using play therapy, and other evidence-based treatment modalities, including Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). The Clinical Supervisor will maintain a regular caseload, including evening hours as required to meet client demand.Job Responsibilities

  • Direct the Clinical staff and work with Executive Director / Program Director to ensure quality clinical program development and execution;
  • Manage, maintain, and develop counseling program by expanding services across the county;
  • Keep policies, procedures, and counseling documents up to date with current ethical and HIPAA guidelines, as well as CACTX and NCA annual standards, to maintain compliancy and accreditation;
  • Manage budget process and program grants, including timely reporting (using the case management system) as required by grantors; report clinical department statistics and data monthly;
  • Represent agency management to the staff in a positive and professional manner;
  • Provide supervision and evaluation to clinical staff and any counseling interns, including weekly/ monthly on-site formal clinical supervision and case review (individual and group supervision);
  • Supervise and evaluate all programs, including data entry and analysis for both quality assurance and program performance;
  • Oversee intake process, manage the waiting list, and assign clients;
  • Ensure that therapy staff completes required documentation, including client records, service reports, and administrative paperwork in a timely manner;
  • Ensure flexibility of working hours to accommodate victim and/or family sessions during crisis situations;
  • Organize and coordinate the Counseling Referral Network list by overseeing, reviewing, and updating any necessary communication linkages / cooperative working agreements;
  • Serve as point of contact for calls inquiring about therapy services;
  • Oversee decisions regarding training and travel for clinical staff; organize and coordinate professional training opportunities; train staff on program quality and intra-agency policy & procedures;
  • Provide training and professional development to any interns and volunteers on procedures regarding the delivery of direct clinical services;
  • Participate in the monthly Child Protection Team (Multi-Disciplinary Team) meetings;
  • Maintain positive working relationships with agency stakeholders.

Direct Service Responsibilities 

  • Clinically assess and diagnose child victims and non-offending family members;
  • Provide individual, family, and group counseling to child victims and non-offending family members using evidence-based treatment modalities, including TF-CBT;
  • Maintain a regular caseload that is agreed upon with Executive Director;
  • Complete individualized treatment plans;
  • Measure treatment progress by assessing improvement on clinical assessment tools;
  • Document session notes in client chart, provide written reports as appropriate, and enter service data in a database;
  • Provide crisis intervention for clients receiving other primary services of the Center;
  • Prepare child victims and witnesses for court;
  • Provide expert witness testimony in court.

Additional Duties

  • Provide content and assistance for program-related funding applications;
  • Participate in agency activities, including community awareness, networking and fundraising events;
  • Provide on-call support through a staff rotation;
  • Address needs and provide development support to volunteers as needed;
  • Provide guided tours of the Center for community members;
  • Perform any and all activities to support the mission of the agency.


  • Masters Degree or higher in mental health (Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy);
  • Texas licensure for independent practice [Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)], as well as for Clinical Supervision;
  • Certification in Trauma Focused – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT);
  • Minimum of five years professional experience working with child abuse (especially child sexual abuse) victims and families, providing play therapy, group therapy, or other evidence based treatment modalities, including TF-CBT;
  • Ability and minimum of five years experience in providing clinical supervision, training, and guidance to therapists-in-training;
  • Mission driven with unquestionable integrity and professionalism;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with a variety of clients, interns, and community partners;
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and facilitation skills; a collaborative management approach is required;
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate the importance of proper therapeutic techniques and adherence to the highest ethical standards regarding client-therapist relationships;
  • Ability to pass criminal and credit background checks.

To apply, please send to

  • cover letter with salary requirements,
  • resume,
  • professional writing sample,
  • 2 personal letters of recommendation,
  • 2 professional letters of recommendation.

This is a grant funded position that is projected to be ongoing.Excellent benefits * No relocation assistance availableThis position may be offered at a director level, depending upon experience.