Come join our Greene ESC Mental Health team as we expand our treatment and consultation services to address trauma in Greene County. Our agency is one of only three in Ohio to become part of The National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative thru a 5-Year trauma focused grant from SAMHSA in 2021. Positions in this grant allow clinicians to provide a hybrid model of services that focus on community stabilization for families who have experienced trauma, prevention of higher levels of care and supporting front line workers in our partnering Greene County crisis systems of care. Positions will be embedded in Greene County Juvenile Court, Children Services and the Xenia & Fairborn Police Departments.
The Community Health and Resilience Initiative (CHRI) project under this grant provides a unique opportunity to work with The National Child Traumatic Stress Network. NCTSN will be providing Technical Assistance, consultation & collaboration, training to become certified in several trauma specific Evidence Based Programs and resources to meet the trauma needs of our Greene County families and our grant initiatives. Our ESC Mental Health team provides regular case consultation & supervision with compassionate & experienced colleagues.
Our agency is known for our high quality of service, exceptionally low staff turnover and team approach to staff consultation & support. Join our team in a Full Time (215 contracted days) or Part-Time capacity, with schedule flexibility and excellent health benefits for Independently Licensed Clinicians (LISW, LISW-S, LPCC, LPCC-S).
CHRI position located within Greene County CSB offices
- Provide a full array of mental health treatment services (diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, individual & family therapy)
- Coordinate with other CHRI MH positions at GC Juvenile Court and Xenia/Fairborn Police Departments
- Small caseloads with short-term treatment.
- Provide short term stabilization & support to families with linkage to community providers
- Becoming trained & certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Trauma screenings and the Child & Family Traumatic Stress Intervention (CFTSI).
- Provide consultation, debriefing & on-going support to CSB staff, building processes to address compassion fatigue, secondary trauma, and enhance workforce retention & stability
- Provide linkage with community supports for youth and families who do not meet the threshold for on-going CSB services
Positions can be full-time or part-time with hours that are flexible and offer afternoon, evenings and weekends as appropriate to service needs. Excellent benefits include health insurance, dental & vision insurance, sick days and personal days. Stability and longevity of ESC staff and programs. Professional development and on-going trauma education & certification in select trauma Evidence Based Programs (EBP’s). Regular clinical, administrative and program supervision & consultation.
Services will be provided:
- In office
- Thru telehealth
- In the community
Qualifications: Minimum requirements include appropriate Ohio Independent Licensure of LISW, or LPCC. Clinical therapeutic experience and/or training in trauma; background working with a variety of ages; working knowledge of Medicaid documentation and reporting; and computer skills. Agency uses CareLogic for the Electronic Health Record and Updox for video-based therapy services.
Position responsibilities include:
- Screening & assessment for service needs
- Prevention & promotion through community outreach & training of community partners
- Short-term individual and family therapy to children and adolescents impacted by trauma.
- Conducting diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, and direct treatment.
- Providing consultation, linkage and referral to other providers, both public and private.
Start Date: February 2022
Full or Part-time- 24.47 – 30.19 Hourly/Annual Salary range for 215 contracted days: $42,094.85 to $51,933.25
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