1. Provide ongoing counseling treatment services to individual children and/or families as identified.
2. Other duties as assigned within the guidelines of this position.
1. Participate in staffing and the development of Intervention Support Plans.
2. Provide an attachment based play therapy for children that has an Intervention Support Plan.
3. Provide on-site engagement, support and assistance for children and staff as requested.
4. Build and support reflective practice with in the program support.
5. Provide programmatic consultation, implementing infant/Early childhood mental health strategies.
6. Maintain records of service, reports, etc. according to the policies of the program.
7. Participate in case consultations and reviews with the personnel of other programs of the Agency or with outside professional consultants.
8. Conduct clinical assessments (including occasional crisis interventions) and make appropriate recommendations for persons seeking mental health services.
9. Conduct parent support group of children that have Intervention Support Plans.
10. Provide specialized training to staff in the area of early childhood mental health.
11. Serve as a member of the Early Childhood Services Administrative Team.
12. Attend community meetings associated with mental health.
13. Attend designated IEP and IFSP staffing to support families
14. Accessing mental health resources in the community that includes Mobile Crisis Response (MCR) with the intent of delivering services to families in need of intensive supports
GREAT EMPLOYER PROVIDED BENEFITS INCLUDE:
1. Master’s degree is required for this position with preferences in areas of social work or a minimum of a Master’s degree in a related field in human services. All degrees must come from a regionally accredited educational institution which has U.S. Department of Education approval.
2. Minimum of three (3) years of clinical training or experience in a community mental health and therapy children.