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Mental Health Association of Greater Spf Clinical Supervisor in Springfield, Massachusetts

Clinical Supervisor Location - 995 Worthington Street Springfield, MA, 01109, United States Job Category - Clinical Director Industry - Non-Profit Employee Type - FT Contact information Name - Jennifer Rivera Phone - 413-233-5397 Email - jerivera@mhainc.org Description The Mental Health Association is hiring immediately for a Clinical Supervisor. The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for providing clinical supervision to Clinicians and Interns in the BestLife Clinic and working in tandem with the BestLife Clinic Director to aide in operations of the BestLife Clinic. The Clinical Supervisor will work in a community behavioral health setting, providing services to individuals, couples and/or families experiencing a mental health and/or substance use need. Services will include provision of comprehensive assessment, ongoing counseling for mental health, substance use and co-occurring presentations, case management and collaboration, referrals to community support services and psychoeducation, utilizing evidence-based practices. The Clinical Supervisor will work with the Clinic Director to design and lead/co-lead groups meeting the unique needs of the greater community and agency. Essential Functions/Position Responsibilities: This is a full-time hybrid position which requires a minimum of three on-site/in-person work days per week. Provide direct, ongoing supervision to Clinicians and Interns. Provide operational support as identified by the Clinic Director. Provide assessment and treatment planning, as well as consultation, as requested, in the development of pre-crisis and crisis plans, behavioral guidelines, risk assessments, positive behavior plans, medication treatment plans, etc. Complete required documentation in a timely manner, meeting regulatory standards. Utilize evidence-based screening tools as indicated by clinical team. Work collaboratively with teams/ programs to develop and implement positive behavior support plans. Actively participate in all licensing and accreditation processes. Serve as a liaison to relevant service systems, state agencies and community partners as needed. Create and maintain open and effective lines of communication in an effort to meet contract standards and promote the mission of MHA within the community. Establish and maintain relationships with local, state, federal, and private agencies and organizations to promote programs and to identify and secure potential new alliances, partnerships and funding sources. Pursue activities to enhance personal professional growth. Attend conferences, classes, address groups and represent agency. Attend/participate in statewide meetings, task forces, committees, etc. relating to area of expertise. Promote and integrate agency mission, values, philosophy and principles. Perform other similar duties as assigned by the Clinic Director. Education and Professional Experience: Master\'s Degree in a behavioral health field is required Independent license required (LICSW, LMHC, etc.) EEOC Statement: MHA Inc. provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, MHA Inc. complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, and transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

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