Clinician – In Home Recovery Program

Summary of Position: Provide effective and appropriate clinical intervention as the parent-child clinician for six clients and the individual/substance use clinician for six clients. Flexible work schedule requires ability to work evenings and rotate a 24/7 on-call schedule.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Undergo cross-training to effectively act as parent-child and individual/substance use clinician
  • Deliver treatment to facilitate positive parent‐child interactions and optimal child development
  • Promote reflective capacity utilizing an infant mental health approach
  • Co-facilitate weekly parent-child therapy group (Social Club)
  • Attend weekly parent-child outpatient group; Social Club one evening per month
  • Rotate on a 24/7 on-call schedule
  • Conduct toxicology screens with clients at every encounter, observing the toxicology screen when client is of the same gender
  • Facilitate positive parent-child interactions and optimal child development through effective treatment
  •  Conduct developmental screenings for client’s child
  • Address child safety issues
  • Refer client to medication-assisted treatment (MAT), as appropriate
  • Co-construct treatment goals related to recovery, education, employment, healthy relationships, family communication, and/or legal issues with each individual client
  • Provide individual psychotherapy to address comorbid mental health issues
  • Collaborate with other systems to coordinate care to support the client and child
  • Work in close collaboration with DCP&P local office from the time of the referral until the client is discharged
  • Utilize the tools of Family Based Recovery (FBR)
  •  Perform comprehensive mental health assessment

Requirements: Master’s Degree plus 3 years of experience. LPC or LCSW required.

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