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Clinical Supervisor (BVHG, Arlington, Monterey)

Company: Bayview Hunters Point Foundation
Location: San Francisco
Posted on: April 3, 2024

Job Description:

Description:Bayview Hunters Point FoundationWhat We Do:Bayview Hunters Point Foundation has been at the heart of social justice for over 50 years, providing support services for predominantly low-income people of color in Bayview and throughout San Francisco.Our mission is to build a community that is empowered, clean, safe, and healthy. We are focused on multidisciplinary, community-informed support for our clients, addressing the root causes of unemployment and homelessness, and advocating for the basic human rights of food, health, economic, and housing security.Today, BVHPF's nearly 200 employees serve over 5,000 disadvantaged clients each year. Our programs include:

  • Mental health counseling for youth and adults
  • School-based mental health services
  • Substance abuse counseling and methadone treatment
  • Family transitional and supportive housing
  • Rapid rehousing and flex pool housing programs
  • Case management services at several homeless and housing programs
  • Bayview SAFE Navigation CenterPosition Overview:Under the supervision of the program Director, the clinical supervisor performs a broad range of duties as a provider for adults, older adults, and their families. Duties include diagnostic evaluation, treatment planning, individual psychotherapy, collateral consultation/collaboration, and psychoeducation. The clinical supervisor is a professional who oversees and guides the clinical work of other healthcare professionals. Responsibilities:Requirements:
    • Provide clinical supervision to counselors and therapists, including individual and group supervision sessions.
    • Review client cases with supervisees to assess treatment progress, develop effective intervention plans, and ensure compliance with ethical guidelines and agency policies.
    • Offer consultation and support to staff members in addressing complex clinical issues, including crisis intervention, risk assessment, and safety planning.
    • Facilitate ongoing professional development through training, workshops, and supervision on topics relevant to clinical practice, such as trauma-informed care, evidence-based interventions, and cultural competence.
    • Conduct performance evaluations and provide constructive feedback to supervisees on their clinical skills, professionalism, and adherence to agency policies and procedures.
    • Maintain accurate and up-to-date documentation of supervision sessions, including case notes, supervision contracts, and evaluation forms.
    • Collaborate with other members of the clinical team, including psychiatrists, case managers, and support staff, to ensure coordinated care and holistic treatment planning.
    • Stay informed about current research, best practices, and emerging trends in the field of mental health, and integrate this knowledge into supervision and clinical practice.
    • Ensure compliance with ethical and legal standards of practice, including confidentiality, informed consent, and mandatory reporting requirements.
    • Serve as a role model for ethical conduct, professionalism, and cultural sensitivity in interactions with staff members, clients, and community stakeholders
    • Approach individual and group therapy services with care and compassion for clients and staff.
    • Conduct assessments for co-occurring or dual diagnoses and comprehensive biopsychosocial evaluations.
    • Collaborate seamlessly within a treatment team, alongside medication service providers, therapists, case managers, and other professionals.
    • Provide trauma-informed crisis and symptom management, rooted in a compassionate perspective.
    • Uphold the completion of high-quality clinical documentation within 24 hours of service.
    • Meet supervisor-assigned performance expectations of 288 billable hours.
    • Demonstrate a deep understanding of theoretical orientations like trauma-informed service delivery and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
    • Display an awareness of cultural stigmas connected to counseling and treatment services.
    • Utilize your familiarity with social work principles, crisis intervention, client-centered counseling, and group facilitation techniques.
    • Continuously enhance your skills through skillful utilization of supervision.
    • Employ strong organizational skills, effective time management, and consistent task completion.Qualifications:
      • A minimum of two (2) years of experience in delivering behavioral health counseling and treatment services.
      • Must be licensed or license eligible for one of the following: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC), Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT), Associate Social Worker (ASW), Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC) or equivalent.
      • Registration or certification with the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP) and/or Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS).
      • Preferred: Knowledge of Avatar, Notes, and Medi-Cal Billing.
      • MA, MSW, or Ph.D/Psy.D from a regionally accredited graduate program.
      • Completion of First Aid and CPR certification within the initial sixty (60) days of employment.
      • Possession of a valid California driver's license.
      • Strong time management and organizational skills.Why This Role Matters:Your influence through these sessions will empower our clients with emotional skills that are universally applicable, regardless of their circumstances. These acquired tools will assist them in navigating their emotional challenges during their transition into their communities through healing, and ultimately deterring any recurrence of harmful behavior. Through your work, you will actively contribute to the health and overall quality of life for both our clients and our community.Compensation $90,000 - $100,000 AnnuallyWhat Awaits You:You'll be embraced by a dynamic team of seasoned professionals who are passionate about their field, which will support your personal and professional growth. Additionally, we highly value work-life balance and are committed to working collaboratively with you to meet your professional endeavors. Are you ready to elevate your career to new heights? At Bayview Hunters Point Foundation we're not just offering a job - we're offering an opportunity to be a part of something bigger. Join our innovative and passionate team, where your skills and ambitions will find the perfect place to flourish! Apply Now! Notice: All job descriptions are to be used as guides only. They do not constitute contracts, commitments or promises of any kind. Bayview Hunters Point Foundation reserves the right to change, add, delete, upgrade or downgrade positions as dictated by business necessity at any time with or without notice. Bayview Hunters Point Foundation is a welcoming space for all, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. We strive to create a diverse and inclusive workplace where all individuals feel valued, respected, and empowered to bring their authentic selves to work. Candidates from a diversity of backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Bayview Hunters Point Foundation is an Equal Employment Opportunity EmployerPI299de04ee54c-31181-33782378

Keywords: Bayview Hunters Point Foundation, San Francisco , Clinical Supervisor (BVHG, Arlington, Monterey), Other , San Francisco, California

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