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LMHC, LMSW or LCSW Director of Clinical Services - PROS

Presencial
El trabajo se debe realizar en o cerca de Kingston, NY
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Educación
Maestría/Máster
Nivel de Experiencia
Director
Salario
USD $75.000 - $80.000 / año

Descripción

When you work for Gateway Hudson Valley, you make a difference in people’s lives.

Our Vision: To be a leader in supporting individuals as they strive to achieve a hopeful, satisfying, active, and contributing life.

We offer Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, 403(b) Retirement, Holidays, and generous PTO

$75,000 - $80,000

POSITION SUMMARY

Seeking passionate, experienced, LMHC, LMSW or LCSW  to fill key management position, Director of Clinical Services. This position is an essential member of the PROS program and agency management team, responsible for the operation and clinical oversight of OMH licensed psychiatric rehabilitation program, provision of clinical supervision to PROS professional staff, in membership of internal and external committees and provision of consultation across departments. The PROS program provides individuals with severe and persistent mental health conditions a full range of comprehensive, recovery-oriented services, with the purpose of assisting them in overcoming barriers caused by their mental health condition, developmental disability or substance use disorder.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Program Operations

  • Provide complete oversight of the PROS program including but not limited to, collaboration with central intake department, initial and ongoing assessments, and daily operations.
  • Function as a leader and provide clinical expertise and innovation for areas of need for enhanced service provision in PROS program and throughout agency.
  • Collect, interpret and utilize data driven outcomes to improve functioning and revenue of program and agency.
  • Provide continued education on changes to managed care
  • Provide an array of group psychosocial rehabilitation services designed to support individuals in restoring interpersonal, self-management and basic living skills; prevent relapse; manage symptoms related to behavioral health conditions; monitor/address physical health conditions; strengthen wellness and self-care practices and achieving person-centered goals.
  • Coordinate/implement initial and ongoing psychiatric, psychosocial, health, substance abuse and psychiatric rehabilitation assessments.
  • Conduct oversight and ensure compliance in accordance to OMH and Medicaid regulations and standards
  • Conduct periodic reviews and updates of policies and procedures to comply with OMH and Medicaid regulations
  • Plan, develop and implement evidence-based curriculum for groups
  • Coordinate services among PROS components.
  • Maintain on going communication with program psychiatrist and community providers regarding clinical treatment issues of individuals served in PROS and community based clinics.
  • Communicate with referral sources, individuals and families concerning referrals, assessments and coordination of treatment planning to ensure continuity of care.
  • Oversee the discharge planning process.  Identify the resources and supports needed for transition to another program and make necessary referrals, linkages for treatment, rehabilitation and support services.
  • Participate in local advisory boards representing Gateway Community Industries, INC in addition to obtaining and sustaining relationships with community providers

Staff Development

  • Evaluate program outcomes and productivity of staff
  • Hire, train, supervise and evaluate PROS Licensed staff
  • Hire, train and provide clinical supervision to professional staff
  • Plan, develop and implement trainings for staff development.
  • Develop, facilitate and supervise the provision of intensive Rehabilitation services
  • Oversee and mentor interns in PROS.

Service Provision/Direct Care

  • Collaborate with individual and collaterals in developing, reviewing and modifying an Individualized Recovery Plan that identifies the medically necessary services that will support the individual’s goals and identified path to recovery.
  • Maintain case records on each individual on case load in accordance with recognized and acceptable principles of recordkeeping.
  • Ensure all documentation is completed in a timely manner and complies with OMH/Medicaid regulations and agency policies and procedures
  • Develop and facilitate Intensive Rehabilitation groups.
  • Provide goal-oriented verbal counseling or therapy, including individual, group and family counseling or therapy for the purpose of addressing the emotional, cognitive and behavioral symptoms of a mental health disorder or for engaging, motivating and stabilizing persons with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders and the related effects on role functioning.
  • Provide crisis intervention services de-escalation of situations of acute distress which require immediate attention and to address immediate risks such as relapse, hospitalization, loss of housing or involvement with the criminal justice system.
  • Provide engagement services with the purpose of fostering an individual’s commitment to enter into therapeutic relationships and participate in program services supportive of the individual’s recovery.
  • Provide family psycho-education with the purpose of assisting and enhancing the capacity of a collateral to facilitate individual’s recovery.
  • Provide targeted, interventions necessary to address immediate risks such as relapse, hospitalization, loss of housing or involvement with the criminal justice system.
  • Facilitate psych rehabilitation groups and services designed to develop or improve individual’s personal coping skills, prevent relapse and promote recovery.  Such services may include coping skills training, disability education, dual disorder education, medication education, problem solving skills training and relapse prevention planning.
  • Monitor the ongoing effects of individual’s course of care including the monitoring of individual’s symptoms of mental illness, as identified in his/her Individualized Recovery Plan. Consul with identified collaterals and communicate with psychiatrist and/or nurse.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Education:

  • LMHC, LMSW or LCSW
  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field. NYS license: LCSW preferred

Experience:

  • Three years’ experience in direct service to individuals with severe and persistent mental health and/or substance use disorder.
  •  Two year’s supervisory experience.

WORKING CONDITIONS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Requests for reasonable accommodation will be reviewed per ADA standards.

  • Must be able to sit or stand for 8 hours/day

We are an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V/SO employer


When you work for Gateway Hudson Valley, you make a difference in people’s lives.

Our Vision: To be a leader in supporting individuals as they strive to achieve a hopeful, satisfying, active, and contributing life.

We offer Medical, Dental, Life…

Compensación

Medical, Dental, and Vision. Life, 403(b) retirement, EAP, generous PTO and paid holidays.

Medical, Dental, and Vision. Life, 403(b) retirement, EAP, generous PTO and paid holidays.

Ubicación

Presencial
Kingston, NY 12401, USA

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