Intensive In-Home Licensed Mental Health Professional
Minimum Requirements: A Licensed Mental Health Professional for New Path Interventions is one who is in the health professions and who is trained and experienced in providing psychiatric or mental health services to individuals who have a psychiatric diagnosis. This includes physicians, licensed clinical psychologists, licensed professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers, licensed marriage and family therapists, psychiatric clinical nurse specialists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, and school psychologists. An individual working towards licensure and supervised by the appropriate licensed professional in accordance with the requirements of the individual profession is also eligible.
New Path Interventions is seeking an individual who is able to complete a maximum of 5-7 hours per week to provide service specific clinical assessments. The candidate would also need to be able to provide weekly, face-to-face supervision to a maximum of four qualified mental health professionals.
- Complete face-to-face assessments with both the child and family prior to starting services. The assessment should usually be done in the family home.
- Complete initial Individualized Service Plans within required timeframes.
- Complete assessments to include data documenting the need for intensive in-home services (eligibility information based on medical necessity).
- Review, approve, and sign off on assessments completed by supervisees/residents within 24 hours of the assessment being conducted.
- Must use appropriate ethical and professional judgment at all times.
- Must provide documentation of licenses or certification for all credentials as required by the position.
- Provide face to face supervision to Qualified Mental Health Professionals
- Oversee all documentation that pertains to the clients worked with by the Qualified Mental Health Professional. This includes reviewing documentation to ensure that it is clinically sound, ensuring that corrections are made to documentation by the employee who provided the service, if needed.
- Participate along with other administrative staff members during staff meetings.
- Submit documentation that is clinically sound and individualized per client.