Community Support Team Leaders provide, within the context of specific service definitions, clinical guidance and supervisory oversight to other clinicians on their team. They may also provide direct interventions with persons served including psychotherapy, counseling, and coordination/development of the person-centered plan.
Essential Job Functions:
• Provides individual therapy for recipients served by the team.
• Behavioral interventions such as modeling, behavior modification, behavior rehearsal.
• Designates the appropriate team staff so that specialized clinical expertise is applied as clinically indicated for each recipient.
• Provides and coordinates the assessment and reassessment of the recipient’s clinical needs.
• Provides clinical expertise and guidance to the CST members in the team’s interventions with the recipient.
• Provides the clinical supervision of all members of the team for the provision of this service.
An individual supervision plan is required for all CST members except the Team Leader.
• Determines team caseload by the level of acuity and the needs of the individual served.
• Facilitates weekly team meetings of the CST.
• Monitors and evaluates the services, interventions, and activities provided by the team.
- Provides clinical and administrative oversight to persons providing service per service description.
- Provides evaluative and coaching feedback to providers under supervision according to policy.
- Ensures compliance with evidence-based practice.
Non-Essential Job Functions:
- Attends regular group or individual supervision as required;
- Participates in ongoing Quality Improvement activities;
- Provides high-quality customer service, serving as a positive representative for the agency.