At K&S, we take an ‘edutaining’ and holistic approach to clinical supervision. We believe that when providers are emotionally healthy, confident and calm, they provide the best client care.
Our clinical supervision focuses on using creative interventions in community settings, law and ethics, strategies to connect with clients of different cultures, crisis management, and development of clinical documentation skills.
Additionally, we promote introspection, self-care and self-compassion. This paves the way for providers to discover the sweet spot between self-care and providing excellent client care.
- Minimum caseload of 15 clients per week.
- Provide individual, child and or family therapy.
- Responsible for documentation of all clinical assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, discharge plans, and any other therapeutic contact.
- Maintain timely, accurate documentation and client records that meet Board of Behavioral Sciences standards.
- Attend weekly group supervision (Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.)
- Attend weekly individual supervision for 60 minutes.
- Participate in training, continuing education, and supervisory sessions as scheduled.
- Collaborate client care with professionals as needed.
- Complete other client related duties and responsibilities, as assigned by supervisor.
- Ability to conduct teletherapy
- Organized, and able to complete documentation in a timely manner.
- Comfortability and competence working with clients from ethnically diverse populations.
- Strong written and oral communication skills.
- Strong computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Google Drive.
- Familiarity with Electronic Health Records.
- Ability to organize and prioritize tasks.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Master’s degree with a major in clinical psychology or social work.
- Licensed with the Board of Behavioral Sciences.
- Must have at least two years of clinical practice working in community mental health.
- Experience treating clients suffering with mood disorders and family relationship issues.
- Diagnostic skills utilizing DSM-V.