Paid time off
To oversee the daily operations of CFLC's mental health programs, within the STRTP, requiring advanced assessment and intervention strategies. Supervise clinical staff; coordinate service delivery so that client needs, program goals, and contract objectives are effectively met.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS MAY INCLUDE:
Oversite and supervision of qualified mental health staff
Provide individual, family, psychotherapeutic services as well as crisis intervention services to adolescents and children
Assign cases to program staff and oversee service delivery to be performed according to State and County directives, contracts, and CFLC mission
Provide In depth clinical assessments, diagnosis of clinical conditions, provide treatment plan and interventions
Oversee that established program goals are met and service delivery is performed while upholding CFLC’s standard of care, policies, and procedures
Provide clinical supervision as needed for licensure to register interns and trainees
Participate in the Continuous Quality Improvement process
Skill in organizing and prioritizing, especially in crisis situations
Effective administrative, communication, and management practices
Ability to perform psycho-social assessments including; relevant family and social history that may pertain to diagnosis and treatment
Knowledge of methods, principles and techniques of social case work, psycho-therapeutic interventions
Knowledge of community resources
Understanding of cultural diversity and trauma informed care
Active, current unrestricted CA license in Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFT), Social Work (LCSW), Psychology (Ph.D), PsyD, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC), etc.
Approved and licensed for two years in California to provide clinical supervision of Associate Clinicians
Minimum of two years post Master's degree experience, preferably in a related program
Experience in county contracted Medi-Cal requirements and documentation
See CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) standards for specific skills and knowledge that pertain to the program
For 35 years, California Family Life Center has been a family to abused and neglected kids of all ages who are trying to grow up surrounded by drugs, alcohol, violence, crime and gangs. Drug addicted newborns, sexually abused children, runaway teens and unemployed high school dropouts are finding a family at CFLC. Our mission is to provide safety, comfort and healing to children suffering abuse and abandonment; to teach love and trust; to instill self-esteem, values and hope for the future - and in so doing, assist children trapped in hopelessness and despair become compassionate and contributing member of the community.