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  • Wednesday, April 07, 2021 4:04 PM | Anonymous

    Substance Use Manager
     
     JOB SUMMARY
    Works within the vision, mission and philosophy of the agency and Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC). Under minimal supervision and in partnership with all CCBHC leadership, manages, oversees, and ensures successful implementation of the full range of substance use services (drop-in center, prevention, treatment, and recovery supports) in school, clinic, and community based settings for youth and adults.
     
    RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
    Substance Use Treatment
    1.    Support Youth Services Recovery Support Coordinator, Peer Mentors, Addiction Specialists in delivery all aspects of substance use treatment.
    2.    Ensure availability of the full range of substance use treatment for the CCBHC (drop-in center, prevention, treatment, recovery supports, positive youth development).
    3.    Partner with external resources to provide not directly provided by Uplift Family Services or the CCBHC.
    4.    Provide evidence-based secondary and tertiary interventions.
    5.    Conduct trainings and presentations to internal and external audiences.
    6.    Provides after-hours on-call crisis response/consultation.
    7.    Works with the treatment team to provide appropriate coordinated care services to clients and their families.
    8.    Works with a multicultural team sensitive to the cultural and linguistic needs of the clients and families served.
    9.    Models Agency's approach, mission and core values in all communication and correspondence.
    10.    Communicates effectively in a culturally competent and diverse consumer population and promotes favorable interaction with managers, co-workers and others.
    11.    Consults with clinical and medical staff about treatment plans, youth and family issues, progress, and needs.
     
    Partnership
    1.    Identify gaps in services, initiate and foster relationships to develop MOUs (e.g., schools and other public-systems, residential treatments, etc) to ensure the full range of substance use services for youth, adults, and their families.
    2.    Support referral between and within Uplift Family Services, the CCBHC, and external partners.
     
    Administration and Management
    1.    Develops and supervises staff including hiring, coaching, training, disciplining, and terminating.
    2.    Participates in the training of agency staff about substance abuse awareness, alcohol and other drug problems, as well as general prevention issues.
    3.    Ensures compliance with all policies and procedures including adherence to all licensing, quality, and regulatory standards.
    4.    Ensures clinical documentation and quality assurance meet both agency and payor standards, including audit ready charts and continuous quality improvement.
    5.    Manages operations including utilization of resources, such as all administrative electronic systems.
    6.    Ensure direct reports meet applicable productivity and documentation requirements.
    7.    Attends and participates in staff meetings to provide input towards program development and staff training.
    8.    Interacts with other internal programs, clinical/support staff and external sources such as school or community personnel as applicable.
    9.    Reports to work on time and maintains reliable and regular attendance.
     
    OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    1.    Practices self-care, remains aware that others may be contending with stress, and treats other with grace.
    2.    Driving to appointments with clients and their families or other key contacts.
    3.    Physical interactions with children of variable ages such as but not limited to games, sports, and other activities.
    4.    Performs other related responsibilities as assigned to support specific department/business needs.
     
    QUALIFICATIONS
    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.
     
    REQUIREMENTS
    •    Bachelor's Degree (BA/ BS) in Behavioral/Social Science required.
    •    Master’s Degree (MA/ MS) in related field preferred.
    •    Licensed (MFT, LCSW) preferred.
    •    Spanish-speaking preferred.
    •    Three (3) years of progressively responsible experience in drug and alcohol abuse treatment programs required.
    •    Current knowledge of drug and alcohol programs and willingness to sustain continuous learning of those programs required.
     
    LICENSING/CERTIFICATION
    •    First Aid/CPR Certification required.
    •    CCAPP - California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals
    •    Certified Alcohol and other Drug Addiction Counselor (CAADAC) certification preferred
     
    OTHER SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
    •    Must pass Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), and Child Abuse Index Check (CAIC) background clearance.
    •    Valid California Driver's license with two years experience driving and clean driving record may be required.
     
    Apply Today!
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  • Wednesday, April 07, 2021 9:59 AM | Anonymous

    Behavioral Care Manager

    JOB SUMMARY
    Works within the values and clinical philosophy of the agency and within the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic framework and Collaborative Care Model. The BCM is a core member of the collaborative care team, including the patient’s medical provider and psychiatric consultant, as well as the larger primary care team or medical team. The BCM is responsible for supporting and coordinating the mental and physical health care of patients on an assigned patient caseload with the patient’s medical provider and, when appropriate, other mental health providers and system navigators. The behavioral care manager (BCM) coordinates the overall effort of the treatment and ensures effective communication among team members.
     
    RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
    1.    Support the mental and physical health care of patients on an assigned patient caseload. Closely coordinate care with the patient’s medical provider and, when appropriate, other mental health providers and system navigators.
    2.    Screen and assess patients for common mental health and substance abuse disorders. Facilitate patient engagement and follow-up care.
    3.    Provide patient education about common mental health and substance abuse disorders and the available treatment options.
    4.    Systematically track treatment response and monitor patients (in person or by asynchronous/synchronous telehealth) for changes in clinical symptoms and treatment side effects or complications.
    5.    Support psychotropic medication management as prescribed by medical providers, focusing on treatment adherence monitoring, side effects, and effectiveness of treatment.
    6.    Provide brief behavioral interventions using evidence-based techniques such as behavioral activation, problem-solving treatment, motivational interviewing, or other treatments as appropriate.
    7.    Provide or facilitate in-clinic or outside referrals to evidence-based psychosocial treatments (e.g. problem-solving treatment or behavioral activation) as clinically indicated.
    8.    Participate in regularly scheduled (may be daily; usually weekly) caseload consultation with the psychiatric consultant and communicate resulting treatment recommendations to the patient’s medical provider. Consultations will focus on patients new to the caseload and those who are not improving as expected under the current treatment plan. Case reviews may be conducted by telephone, video, or in person.
    9.    Track patients follow up and clinical outcomes using a registry. Document in-person and telephone encounters in the registry and use the system to identify and re-engage patients.
    10.    Document patient progress and treatment recommendations in EHR and other required systems so as to be shared with medical providers, psychiatric consultant, and other treating providers.
    11.    Facilitate treatment plan changes for patients who are not improving as expected in consultation with the medical provider and the psychiatric consultant and who may need more intensive or more specialized mental health care.
     
    OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     
    1.    Practices self-care, remains aware that others may be contending with stress, and treats other with grace.
     
    QUALIFICATIONS
    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.
     
    MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
     
    •    Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in Social Work or a closely related field (e.g., Marriage, Child and Family Counseling or Psychology).
    •    Three (3) years of supervised clinical experience.
    •    Within 3 months of licensure or Licensed according to California state law (Welfare and Institutions Code section 5600.2).
     
    OTHER SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
     
    •    Strong leadership and crisis management skills.
    •    If program requires, employee must pass an initial physical abilities test (PATS) and be certified in crisis intervention techniques within the first 30 days and annually .
     
    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
     
    •    Four (4) to five (5) years of clinical experience.
    •    Training in domestic violence, physical/sexual child abuse, and suicidal trauma with the competency to maintain current knowledge related to state, county, and local law.
    •    Self-defense training to react/respond to harmful and violent physical situations.
    •    Knowledge of local county rules and regulations from the Department of Social Services or related division.
     
    HIGHLY DESIRABLE SKILLS
     
    •    Experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities with culturally diverse populations.
    •    Speak, read, and/or write another language .
     
    OTHER SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
    •    Must pass Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), and Child Abuse Index Check (CAIC) background clearance.
    •    Valid California Driver's license with two years experience driving and clean driving record may be required.
     
    Apply Today!
    EEO
    (Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans)
     
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  • Friday, April 02, 2021 8:19 AM | Gal Szekely

    Hi everyone,

    The Couples Center is currently hiring LMFTs, PsyDs and LCSWs who specialize in Relationship Therapy. We dedicate our entire process to relationships and understanding how we can support couples in their time of need, so it is important to us that your passion is our passion!

    We have established a solid reputation all over California, and we receive many calls and inquiries daily from new patients. Because of this, we can help you to build up or keep your private practice full – allowing you to enjoy a steady stream of referrals, so you can focus on your work as a therapist without working hard on marketing yourself.

    We have a large, diverse team of nearly 40 therapists across California, and we pride ourselves on being inclusive and welcoming of all therapists and relationships. We welcome therapists from all therapy backgrounds, and we will train you under our modality, as well, giving you even more tools to approach your sessions with.

    We love to get to know our therapists personally and stay in contact. We have a full-time intake coordinator that personally speaks to each client and will get to know you on a deeper level to ensure you are matched with the right type of clients for your practice.

    If this sounds good to you and you would like to be part of our community or learn more, please view our job information here and send an email to contact@thecouplescenter.org with your resume and cover letter. 

    Requirements:

    • LMFT, PsyD, LCSW, Ph.D., Psychological Assistant, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Sexologist, Doctor of Human Sexuality or other appropriate credentials and training:
    • The licensed therapists should have relevant training in a couple’s therapy approach (see below), and experience working with couples.
    • The therapist will join as a contractor and receive a percentage of the client's fee.
    • LMFT must have 8 available spots after 5 pm (Weekends can be used in exchange for evening hours, too.)
    • LMFT must have 4 available spots before 5 pm
    • Must make an 18-month commitment
    • Required to attend quarterly meetings remotely
    • LMFT must have your own office space to see patients
    • Must assist in one Love Made Simple workshop during the contract time
    • Attending the Love Made Simple training (CEUs) provided by The Couples Center

    Required relevant modalities:

    It is very important to us that all the therapists at our center will have a solid foundation in training to work with couples, so we can stand behind our words of providing couples therapy that we all can be proud of and that we are sure is a quality method and proven to work. We will accept only therapists that have relevant training with couples, such as, but not limited to:

    • Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
    • Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT)
    • Gottman Method
    • Internal Family Systems (IFS)
    • Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy for Couples (AEDP)
    • Imago Therapy
    • Hakomi for couples
    • Others – please feel free to inquire with us with more information!

    Other Details:

    • We work on a tiered structure which is based on how many clients you see per week.
    • We have quarterly community meetings with all our therapists and free training meetings (CEU’s).
    • Our Love Made Simple is an integrated approach which includes both the somatic experience and experiential exercises. As a part of the center, you will learn these techniques and skills to help your couples grow even more in love.
    • Gal Szekely, founder of The Couples Center, also has group supervision and consult groups available for you to join.

    Job Type: Contract

    Pay: $50.00 - $140.00 per hour

    COVID-19 considerations:
    We are working remotely!


  • Thursday, April 01, 2021 4:26 PM | Jennifer Morris

    Foresight Mental Health is hiring licensed mental health therapists throughout the Northern California Bay Area including Daly City, Berkeley, Walnut Creek, Palo Alto, Oakland, San Francisco, San Ramon, San Jose, Santa Cruz, Monterey, AND virtual locations! We are hiring for our Southern California locations, too!

    We are a mental healthcare startup working to reinvent the mental healthcare space through the use of technology and data. Our approach to care is deeply holistic — our clinical team consists of psychiatrists, psychiatric NPs, neuropsychologists, therapists, and nutritionists. We credential all of our providers with insurance panels in order to increase access and affordability to Foresight services. 

    • $50/hour ~$82,000 - $104,000 annually depending on number of hours worked (between 31.5-40hrs/week)

    • Monday - Friday, 9-6 pm with flexibility on days and hours

    • Medical, Dental, Vision, Vacation time, sick time, paid holidays...

    • AND MORE!!!

    Visit https://www.foresightmentalhealth.com/careers to learn more about the positions and the exciting benefits we offer! Apply now!!



  • Tuesday, March 16, 2021 2:56 PM | Jennifer Morris

    Foresight Mental Health is hiring licensed mental health therapists throughout Northern California Bay Area including San Jose, Mountain View, Palo Alto AND virtual locations!

    We are a mental healthcare startup working to reinvent the mental healthcare space through the use of technology and data. Our approach to care is deeply holistic — our clinical team consists of psychiatrists, psychiatric NPs, neuropsychologists, therapists, and nutritionists. We credential all of our providers with insurance panels in order to increase access and affordability to Foresight services. 

    We have multiple opportunities all throughout California including VIRTUAL!

    Visit https://www.foresightmentalhealth.com/careers to learn more about the positions and the exciting benefits we offer! Apply now!!

  • Tuesday, March 16, 2021 2:55 PM | Jennifer Morris

    Attention mental health providers!!! Grab your lunch or late night snack and join us at Foresight Mental Health for a Virtual Open House on March 30 from 12-1pm or from 7-8pm! Learn about our current job opportunities and see what sets us apart in the mission to make mental health care affordable and accessible to everyone! Please register using the link below!
    https://lnkd.in/eTM-VZN

  • Monday, March 08, 2021 12:01 PM | Anonymous

    SF Bay Therapist Group is Hiring! 

    SF Bay Therapist Group is passionate about 'Bridging Healthier Relationships' with and within our diverse clients, communities and colleagues. 

    We are looking for a licensed therapists (LMFT, LCSW, LPCC) to join our growing team. Applicants must be available at least 15 hours a week with either 1 weekday evening or 1 weekend day (with option of full time position).

    We offer flexible and focused work environment with competitive compensation package.

    See full job description & benefits offered: https://www.sfbaytherapistgroup.com/employment.html


  • Wednesday, March 03, 2021 3:04 PM | Jennifer Morris

    Job seekers! Foresight Mental Health is hosting a virtual open house for all mental health providers who are interested in exploring new opportunities. Come check us out!!

    https://bit.ly/3uHNIQm


  • Wednesday, February 24, 2021 5:17 PM | Jennifer Morris

    Foresight Mental Health is hiring licensed mental health therapists throughout Northern California Bay Area including San Jose, Mountain View, Palo Alto AND virtual locations!

    We are a mental healthcare startup working to reinvent the mental healthcare space through the use of technology and data. Our approach to care is deeply holistic — our clinical team consists of psychiatrists, psychiatric NPs, neuropsychologists, therapists, and nutritionists. We credential all of our providers with insurance panels in order to increase access and affordability to Foresight services. 

    We have multiple opportunities all throughout California including VIRTUAL!

    Visit https://www.foresightmentalhealth.com/careers to learn more about the positions and the exciting benefits we offer! Apply now!!

  • Thursday, January 14, 2021 5:34 PM | Anonymous

    Are you looking to join a purpose-driven organization that is making an impact in an incredibly important societal issue?

    Are you compassionate, curious, patient, positive, and diligent, and do you truly care for the people you serve?

    Are you looking to do some of the most meaningful, challenging, and rewarding work of your career while surrounded by a supportive team?

    If so, you could be an excellent fit for a position at Parisi House on the Hill. The mission of Parisi House on the Hill is to end the cycle of drug and alcohol dependence of our clients, all of whom are mothers. We are Santa Clara County’s first mother-and-child residential alcohol and drug treatment facility, allowing mothers to focus on their treatment program without the emotional distress caused when separated from their children. We provide living facilities for 20 mothers and 22 children who have made the choice to end the cycle of substance abuse.

    The Position

    Parisi House on the Hill has an immediate need for a combined Clinical Supervisor and Compliance Specialist, reporting to the Program Director and Executive Director.

    The Clinical Supervisor is critical to our ability to continue to deliver our evidence-based programs that address the needs of recovery while valuing the unification of mothers and their children. This part of the position provides comprehensive clinical oversight, training, and support to staff providing residential level of care Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment services to women with children. The Clinical Supervisor ensures clinical staff provide services in accordance with all applicable County, State, and Federal regulations and statutes, using evidence-based practices whenever possible.

    The Clinical Supervisor also provides supervision to our team of 3 certified and/or licensed counselors and up to 2 CAADAC interns. This includes hiring, goal setting, professional development and performance management. This role is responsible for monitoring charting and documentation for accuracy and clinical appropriateness.

    The Compliance Specialist has overall responsibility to ensure that Parisi House consistently meets regulatory requirements for Drug Medi-Cal documentation, 42 CFR Part 2, HIPAA, and the County contract, as well as County and Parisi House policies and procedures. Responsibilities include reviewing all documentation for timeliness, accuracy and completeness for Drug Medi-Cal compliance as well as creating, implementing, and monitoring procedures to ensure compliance. The Specialist works closely with other members of staff to correct inaccurate or incomplete information. In addition, the Specialist tracks compliance with contracts, policies and procedures and client survey data. The Compliance Specialist participates in required County meetings, conferences, trainings, and webinars.

    Requirements

    This position requires a Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts (LMFT, LCSW) with a current license who receives a minimum of five (5) hours of continuing education related to addiction medicine annually. The selected candidate must be proficient in using Electronic Health Records and common software programs such as MS Outlook. We require written and verbal communication skills to present information in one-on-one and small group situations and to prepare business correspondence.

    It also requires previous experience in health care-related compliance tracking, databases, and clinical documentation accuracy. Proficiency in electronic health records systems, Word and Excel. Excellent time management, strong attention to detail and proactive communication skills.

    The person we choose must have reliable transportation to offsite meetings and must pass required background screening.

    Desired Qualifications

    - Experience working with women and children who are affected by SUD
    - Substance use treatment experience
    - Experience in a residential treatment facility
    - Experience with Welligent and the Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Care System
    - Bilingual in English and Spanish, Vietnamese, Mandarin, Farsi or Tagalog
    - Prior experience with Drug Medi-Cal regulations and compliance, compliance tracking.
    - Knowledge of relevant federal, state and county guidelines related to residential SUD treatment.

    Benefits

    This position is eligible for our full health insurance benefits package, as well as 3 weeks of PTO and up to 12 paid holidays per year. We have a voluntary 401(k) plan with company matching funds. We are located in a lovely, semi-rural setting, away from the bustle of the rest of Silicon Valley.

    How to Apply

    If you are a dedicated program professional looking for an opportunity to make an impact, this may be the role for you. If you have a passion for helping others, particularly women in recovery, we want to hear from you right away. Please send your resume to info@parisihoth.org.



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