Posting: In-Home Clinical Therapist

April 7, 2021


JOB DESCRIPTION
In-Home Clinical Therapist
TITLE: In-Home Clinical Therapist
DEPARTMENT/PROGRAM: Family Growth and Development
REPORTS TO: Clinical Director of Family Growth and Development
SUPERVISES: None
PAY RATE: Negotiable (based on skills and experience)
TYPE: Contractual – Independent Contractor Position
SCHEDULE: Flexible hours
Summary
The In-Home Clinical Therapist will report to the Clinical Director and is responsible for counseling, reporting, administering, and delivering therapeutic services to individuals and families referred to Franklin Wright Settlements, Inc. The therapist will function as an independent contractor providing weekly home-based and office-based services to referred clients. Monthly consultations with the Clinical Director and client referral staff from the Department of Human Services (DHS) are required to determine the needs of clients and to develop treatment plans/court reports in response to those needs.
Providing therapy sessions, maintaining paper and electronic client files, functioning as an organization liaison with DHS, offering support/resources to referred persons, and managing client caseloads are the primary job requirements and responsibilities for the In-Home Clinical Therapist.
Tasks and Responsibilities
1. Provide Counseling Services
• Schedule/conduct one-on-one weekly counseling sessions.
• Maintain current treatment plans that address the therapeutic needs of the client.
• Develop 90-day court reports to demonstrate to the courts the progress of the client.
2. Reporting
• Enter weekly case notes.
• Enter progress notes weekly, within 48 hours of service.
• Submit weekly client service hours.
• Keep accurate electronic/paper files.
3. Supervision
• Schedule monthly consults with Clinical Director to submit client paperwork, review case files, and conduct file reviews.
• Attend mandatory trainings at Assured Family Services (AFS).
Qualifications
• Applicants must possess a State of Michigan Professional License (i.e., LMSW, LLMSW, LPC, LLPC, CAADC, CADC).
• Master’s degree from an accredited program in one of the following related fields of study: Social Work; counseling and guidance; rehabilitation counseling, vocational counseling, psychology, pastoral counseling with approved counseling curriculum documented on transcript; family therapy, or any related field.
• Applicants must have at least 3 years of experience in Child Welfare services.
• Working knowledge of growth and development of children, adolescents, and adults must be documented via course work on transcript, certificates, or resume.
• Proof of current professional liability insurance
• Recent DHS Central Registry Clearance
• Resume
• Three references (two professional references and one personal reference).
For consideration, please send resume to ndorsey@franklinwright.org
Equal Opportunity Employer

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