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Under general supervision, provides clinical services to assigned client populations, and, as needed, assists in developing and coordinating clinical programs and mentoring clinical staff members.




1. Performs clinical services, including intakes and therapeutic interventions such as group, individual, and family therapy, and crisis intervention.

2. Maintains and completes service documentation such as psychosocial assessments, case notes, case reviews, court reports, letters, etc., according to prescribed standards.

3. Conducts case reviews and determines current and future treatment and treatment planning, including after-care plans for clients completing treatment, based upon quantitative results and professional opinion of client progress.

4. Collaborates with external agents including school officials, family members, and other health agencies regarding organizational programs and client needs and conditions.

5. Attends and participates in staff meetings, treatment planning meetings, case conferences, and clinical seminars providing information relating to program administration and development.

6. Writes correspondence on behalf of clients and their families such as court reports, letters of recommendation, etc., according to prescribed standards.

7. Develops and coordinates clinical programs within division.

8. Demonstrates leadership by mentoring or providing clinical supervision to clinical staff members and serving as clinical resource.


The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job. Incumbents may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.




· Master’s degree in social services field with certification or licensure in area of specialization (e.g., LPCC, LPCA, LMFT, Marriage and Family Therapy Associate)




· Four to six years of clinical experience.

· Advanced knowledge of mental and physical characteristics of applicable population (e.g., growth and development and range of treatment needed), psychotherapy, human behavior, related issues, community resources, and SCS’s services.

· Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

· Potential for supervisory/leadership responsibilities.

· Ability to handle a case load with varying levels of client disability and need.




· Position has some unusual physical demands, including exposure to threat of bodily harm from clients or their families.

· Normal work tasks may involve exposure to blood, body fluids or tissue.

· Position at times may require incumbent to remain on twenty-four hour call.

· Reliable transportation for frequent travel between work sites.

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