Therapist | Supervisee Trainee

Organization Name

Eastchester Family Services

Location

Remote

Opening Date

July 13, 2021

Closing Date

August 31, 2021

 

Eastchester Family Services is a community-based human services organization. Our agency is designed to meet the varying needs of today’s families by assisting youth and adults in resolving conflicts in non-violent, non-threatening ways.

If you have earned a master’s degree in a human services-related field and would like to gain experience in your discipline while assisting those with mental and behavioral health concerns, we encourage you to apply for this contract, community-based Supervisee Trainee role. Full and part-time opportunities are available.

Duties of this role will include providing individual, family, and group therapies; crisis intervention; and facilitating BPS assessments in an Integrated System of Care.* Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, all duties for this role are currently being performed remotely.*

Male applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities:
• Maintains an active caseload, providing individual, group, family, and adjunctive therapies as needed and within area(s) of expertise and limits of credentials; assures procurement of additional services as needed.
• Works with consumers and staff in developing and implementing person-centered individual treatment plans which address psychological/substance abuse issues.
• Collaborates with other service providers as necessary (e.g., inpatient psychiatrists, primary care physicians).
• Complies with all applicable practice standards and guidelines (e.g., HIPAA).
• Attends required meetings and trainings.
• Maintains a high level of ethical conduct regarding confidentiality, dual-relationships, and professional stature.
• Monitors caseload to assure compliance for third-party payers including chart review, completing prior requests, and precertification.
• Completes all required documentation in a timely manner consistent with agency guidelines.

Requirements
• Minimum of a master’s degree in a human services-related field (e.g., Human Services, Social Work, Psychology).
• Experience working in a behavioral health setting.
• Knowledge of psychological diagnosis and assessment, family systems therapy, separation and loss, physical/sexual abuse, trauma, individual and group therapies.
• Demonstrated biopsychosocial assessment, treatment planning, advocacy and case management skills.