Child and Family Clinician (Parsippany)
Position Title: Child and Family Clinician (15 hrs/week)
Responsible To: Supervising Clinician
Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Social Work, LSW, LCSW, LPC. Has and maintains appropriate professional license and/or certification; 2 years of direct clinical experience with children, adolescents and families. Specialized trauma training and/or experience related to work with children/adolescents desired. Good communication skills, able to organize own work and time well; able to work days and evenings. Bilingual in English/Spanish is a plus.
- Serves as member of the multi-disciplinary treatment team for the purpose of assessing client strengths and needs and developing, evaluating and implementing individual treatment plans.
- Conducts thorough initial clinical assessments on child and parent/guardian to obtain psychosocial history, medical background, presenting problem(s), mental status of the child, trauma history, substance use/abuse history, family strengths and involvement with the criminal justice system.
- Provide a written report of the bio-psycho-social assessment for the Division of Child Protection & Permanency (DCP&P) within 30 calendar days of the beginning of treatment.
- Works with the family to develop an Individual Treatment Plan, based upon the findings of the assessment and other relevant evaluation, within 30 calendar days of the beginning of treatment.
- Provides direct care with the use of individual, group, family, play therapy, and crisis intervention.
- Makes referrals to other providers (within NewBridge or in the community) for services outside the scope of practice.
- Provides quarterly written reports pertaining to the client’s progress toward goals and risk reduction.
- Attends and participates in the DCP&P family team meetings.
- Attends, as needed, the monthly DCP&P staff conferences.
- Maintains a clinical schedule that accommodates client appointments during evening and weekend hours; minimally two evenings a week.
- Maintains a high level of service with 65% of scheduled time in face-to-face activities, where 35% of time accounts for supervision, documentation, DCP&P meetings, and missed appointments.
- Document all encounters with clients and other’s relevant to the case in the client file on a daily basis.
- Attends supervisory sessions and team meetings.
- Practices effective communication with families, treatment team members, and the community.
- Represents NewBridge in a professional manner, able to interact comfortably with people from different cultures.
- Other duties as assigned.
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