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Contractual Position: Clinician in San Antonio

Job Description

This is a contract position for up to 25 hours per week. Clients to be seen in Bexar and Guadalupe counties.

The Clinician is responsible for assessment, treatment, development and implementation of client therapeutic plans as well as development and delivery of staff training. The Clinician is subject to work extended hours and weekends, and to be on-call.

o Conduct intake, admission, and diagnostic assessments with clients, and document results according to Southwest Key Programs standards.

o Prepare goal-oriented psychosocial diagnostic assessments, service plans and progress reports; update service plans and engage service team members in the process.

o Document all services provided in Efforts to Outcomes in accordance with program specific requirements.

o Provide client progress updates to funding source as requested.

o Facilitate or co-facilitate client groups on specific issues; utilize program specific curriculums in accordance to contract requirements.

o Provide case consultations and lead case staffing meetings.

o Travel as needed for trainings, conferences or to provide home based, one-to-one counseling for clients and family.

o Facilitate and develop staff development training as requested related to clinical issues.

o Maintain therapeutic services within the Southwest Key and funding source guidelines.

o Attend training, workshops and meetings upon request.

Licensed LPC or LCSW with one - two years of full-time work experience required. Master's degree in social work, counseling, sociology or in other relevant behavioral science field preferred. Experience must focus on community-based programs, treatment facilities and/or direct practical experience with children and family therapy. Bilingual in Spanish preferred. Must possess clinical assessment and treatment skills. Will conduct individual and group counseling with diverse populations of children. Must possess the ability to train staff in therapeutic processes, prepare reports and recommendations for clinical and administrative use, and have the ability to work with troubled youth in community-based programs, residential, day treatment or institutional settings. Must embrace cultural diversity awareness.