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Licensed Mental Health Professional. Job in Wesley Chapel Care Jobs

Location
Wesley Chapel, Florida
Job Type
Full Time
Posted
5 Aug 2022
We are hiring for the 2022-2023 school year and have rewarding part-time opportunities for Licensed Mental Health Counselors or Registered Mental Health Counselor Interns, Licensed Clinical Social Workers or Registered Clinical Social Work Interns and Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists or Registered Marriage & Family Therapist Interns, in the Wesley Chapel, FL area, to provide services in a charter school IMPACT program. Apply today!

SUMMARY of Position: Mental Health Provider position will work closely with IMPACT classroom supports, the building administrative team as well as the building counseling team, to coordinate, facilitate, and implement mental health support services. This position will also work with community agencies to coordinate consistent support services for assigned students and families. The Mental Health Provider position will deliver trauma-informed emotional support services and foster a safe and successful learning environment for students. The primary focus will be on building students' capacity for academic success and fostering positive social and emotional well-being.  

QUALIFICATIONS:  
  • Master's Degree from an accredited college with a major in social work, marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling or another related field 
  • Current Department of Health licensure or registration required 
  • Primary and Secondary (elementary and middle) school experience preferred 
  • Strong facilitation, coaching, conflict resolution and problem-solving skills 
  • Ability to apply evidenced-based mental health counseling methods and techniques 
  • Knowledge of community mental health resources 
  • Experience in the use of technology 
  • Demonstrated skills in written and verbal communication  
  • Demonstrated understanding and appreciation of diversity  
  • A high level of organizational skills and initiative  
  • Knowledge and understanding of clinical social work and/or mental health counseling principles, procedures, and standards 
  • Working knowledge of DSM V
  • Ability to evaluate the progress of therapeutic programs and to make individualized modification 
  • Ability to work independently, as well as, to develop collaborative relationships with school administration, physicians, families, students, interdisciplinary team and other community agencies 
RESPONSIBILITIES:  
  • Completes biopsychosocial assessments, to obtain information pertaining to medical history or other pertinent information. 
  • Administers trauma-informed screening and assessment tools, such as the Beck Youth Inventory and ACE Questionnaire. 
  • Provides individual and group counseling and classroom support (when appropriate) with students, with signed parental consent.  
  • Counseling focuses on emotional or behavioral goals to promote enhanced school functioning.  
  • Consults with parents, classroom teachers, the school principal and other school personnel to maximize the effectiveness of services, as appropriate. 
  • Administers therapeutic interventions and the following modalities: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Seeking Safety in individual, family, and group settings. 
  • Supports campus counselors and administrators to conduct crisis risk assessments, de-escalate students, and provide recommendations for community/family support, as appropriate 
  • Works in collaboration with other team members and school staff to evaluate student progress, modify treatment goals, review transition plans, and referrals to post-acute care providers. 
  • Provides consultation to parents and family members regarding progress and concerns for students. 
  • Completes classroom observations to monitor student progress and classroom management skills implemented. 
  • Develops concrete, specific individualized treatment plans with goals, objectives and discharge criteria to address student and family needs. 
  • Collaborates with community providers (social service agencies, psychiatrists, counselors and dependency and criminal attorneys) to advocate for student and family needs. 
  • Assists in implementing behavior treatment programs within the classroom. 
  • Facilitates and supports restorative justice and conflict resolution skills within the classroom. 
  • Assures clinical documentation is completed according to Invo policy and procedures 
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Details

  • Job Reference: 678672670-2
  • Date Posted: 5 August 2022
  • Employer: Invo-Progressus
  • Location: Wesley Chapel, Florida
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Mental Health, Other
  • Job Type: Full Time