School Based Outpatient Therapists provide services designed to meet the clinically significant behavioral or psychological symptoms or patterns that have been identified as treatment needs of the recipient. This service is provided through scheduled therapeutic treatment sessions and may be provided to individuals, families or groups.
Essential Job Functions:
Provides 1:1, group, and/or family counseling—as stipulated by specific referral—to individuals and families with emotional and/or behavioral issues.
Provides assessment and clinical diagnostic services for persons entering or reentering the human services system, including assessment of strengths, supports, and development of the person-centered plan.
Maintains clinical documentation according to program and Medicaid standards regarding service provision, assessment, and progress reports.
Assists the person served in developing a person-centered service plan, updated and relevant to consumer progress and overall goals, using a strengths-based approach.
Attends and participates in regular monthly supervision and trainings as required with Clinical Supervisor or their designee.
Works cooperatively with other professionals and community members to help facilitate a team-based approach.
Keeps supervisor (either Clinical Team Leader or other professional staff) informed of clinical and administrative issues relating to service delivery.
Provides documentation of all sentinel events through standard incident reporting procedures.
Fulfills all duties utilizing a person- or family-centered approach, in line with ESUCP’s mission and philosophy.
As required, acts as lead clinician for persons served assisting with case management/monitoring responsibilities.
Completes timesheets, documentation, and other assessment paperwork in a timely and accurate fashion according to internal, state, and federal standards.
Drives for position on a regular basis. Position requires serving clinets in the community and their homes.
There are no supervisory responsibilities to this position, however, persons in this position may provide clinical consultation to other professionals within the organization.
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.