Clinical Director is appointed to lead and manage clinical programs and services. These include counseling, consultation, clinical staffing, case conferences, and record-keeping as well as clinical staff supervision. The Clinical Director is a member of the leadership team.
Clinical Leadership & Administration
- Assist in the development of the Center’s clinical practices and procedures.
- Supervision of the clinical work of the program staff and coordinating clinical consultation.
- Intake interviews as needed and placing clients with appropriate staff members.
- Coordinate/Supervise Clinical Consultation Meetings.
- Assist in the planning and implementing clinical staff development.
- Coordinate Video/Tele Therapy Programming.
Clinical Programs & Services
- Assist with Staff Development.
- Supervision of Clinical Programs and Services.
- Supervision of Intern/Practicum Students.
- Providing one-on-one consultation with Staff Therapists on an as needed basis.
- Providing counseling and therapy services (600 – 800 per year; 12 per week billable).
- Assists in representing Center as a liaison for collaborative efforts with area agencies.
Quality Assurance and Utilization Review
- Assume leadership in the monitoring of Center case management in compliance with clinical policies and procedures.
- Coordinating assessment and treatment planning; Managing of clinical records.
- Development and monitoring of the Center’s quality assurance and utilization review programs.
Education and/or Other Requirements
- Graduation from an accredited college or university with a master’s or doctor’s degree in pastoral counseling, counseling, psychology, social work, marital and family therapy, or equivalent.
- Extensive clinical training and experience, validated by state licensure in psychology, marriage and family therapy, clinical social work, counseling, or a medical discipline, and preferably with recognition as a senior level clinician by the group(s) corresponding to their fields.
- Ability to meet the requirements for the position of senior staff therapist at an advanced level.
- Sufficient knowledge and skill in the clinical field to lead others and to guide the Center’s clinical program.
- Mastery of a coherent theory and practice of therapy and familiarity with other schools of theory and practice used in the Center.
- Advanced competence in integrating spiritual beliefs and practices with psychology in the practice of therapy and the ability to communicate this knowledge to others.
- Ability to supervise the clinical work of others.
- Ability to work effectively as a peer with seasoned professionals from other disciplines.
- Ability to organize and coordinate staff resources for EAP and managed care contracts and to do the quality assurance and utilization review work necessary for meeting the requirements of contracts with a range of third party payers.
Samaritan Counseling Center of Southeast Texas
Port Arthur, TX
Postion Type: Full-Time
Supervisor: Executive Director