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KVC Health Systems • Wayne, WV
Posted 17 days ago
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned according to the qualification of staff and development of programs.
• Continues to build a child welfare system that is safe, secure, and stable; family centered, connected to the community; and which relies on evidence based practice necessary to support contract services.
• The Therapist will act as a member of a treatment team and give feedback on client progress.
• The Therapist will provide treatment as directed by the treatment plan and more often as necessary.
• The Therapist will travel (possibly to multiple counties in a service area) and be able to work in homes of families that are served.
• The Therapist will assist in assessment and the formation of the child’s initial and master treatment plan.
• The therapist will implement therapy plans for presenting problems requiring therapy intervention. Monitor consumer progress and adjust clinical approach as required.
• The Therapist will be knowledgeable in the areas of child development, parenting skills, and trauma.
• The Therapist will have knowledge of and utilize Evidence Based Practices (EBPs) when providing treatment to children and families. The therapist will document use of these EBPs.
• The Therapist will have knowledge of Medically and Socially Necessary service techniques and proper documentation of these services.
• The Therapist will have knowledge of de-escalation techniques.
• The Therapist will participate in a 24 hour on- call rotation.
• The Therapist will work with all community members involved in the child’s life including the birth mother or birth extended family.
The Therapist will have a good working relationship with the Department of Health and Human Services.
• Meets with Director of Permanency for a minimum of one hour bi-weekly to provide supervision.
• Responsible for meeting performance expectations including contract requirements, timelines, regulations and laws.
• Provides direct services per program, state, and contract guidelines.
• Ensures services are in compliance with all regulatory standards and contract terms and conditions.
• Completes all required paperwork and follows agency policies and procedures within timelines, to ensure smooth paperwork flow.
• Attends and participates in all scheduled meetings, court hearings, consultations, and staff meetings, as required.
• Acquires and develops resources to meet identified needs of clients and staff.
• Provides positive feedback to clients and staff.
• Provides culturally relevant and sensitive services to clients and ensures staff do the same.
• Provides back up support to contract services as requested.
• Observes children for signs of abuse and/or neglect.
• Maintains working relationships and communications with DHHR, FFTA and other community partners.
• Understands contract requirements and work to improve contract specific outcomes.
• Attend meetings, seminars, and other educational functions as identified by the supervisor or agency director.
• Complete Essential Learning Core Competencies for Therapists and annual courses according to agency schedule.
• Participate in a minimum of one of the semimonthly agency Peer Review sessions.
• Obtain 40 CEUs per year, including 20 by June 30. Obtain CEUs as required by licensure and maintain all licensure requirements.
• Communicate with Vice President of Operations, Director of Permanency and Regional Director to discuss any issues that arise with a supervisee or direct service provider in regards to documentation or other concerns.