The Clinician serves as a direct service provider to adult clients by offering consultation, counseling, referral and advocacy to clients who do not require residential services. This person is responsible for the development of program linkages and liaison with appropriate agencies, the coordination and delivery of service to clients.The Clinician is to maintain professional standards as outlined by the NASW Code of Ethics through coordination and delivery of services, and relations with staff and with the public.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide consults to determine initial client needs and desire to enter counseling.
Provide complete and accurate diagnostic assessments/psychosocial histories.
Provide with the client Individualized Service Plans (ISE) with measurable/attainable goals/objectives, as well as advocacy and appropriate referrals as needed.
Provide on-going counseling focused on the ISP goals/objectives, as well as advocacy and appropriate referrals as needed.
Assist clients in increasing their self-worth, strengths and ability to control and take responsibility for their decisions and their future.
Participate in bi-weekly supervision with Clinical Supervisor including once a year observation.
Participate in monthly group supervisor, quarterly Peer Review meetings and schedule continuous quality improvement activities.
Maintain complete and accurate client files in accordance with agency standards and timelines.
Enhance and maintain open and effective cross-team communication/cooperation.
Participate in the implementation/facilitation of Continuous Quality Improvement.
Maintain appropriate intro and inter-agency documentation.
Act as a liaison with other social systems, including hospitals/medical facilities.
Acts as a community and agency representative and educator to increase community awareness of domestic violence.
Represent CHOICES on appropriate community communities.
Perform all other duties as assigned.
Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling; LISW or LPCC Required
Experience with Crisis Intervention, Case Management and Advocacy
Minimum of one-year experience in providing direct service with some knowledge of domestic violence preferred
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Maintain membership and participation in professional organizations and demonstrate sensitivity to women’s issues
Knowledge of DV, community resources and ability to engage clients experiencing trauma
Commitment and ability to work as a team with diverse staff, volunteers and clients; using a Trauma-informed Care, approach, preferred
Sensitivity to the needs of agency clients and ability to maintain confidentiality
Strong oral and written skills
Knowledge of human service delivery systems and systems advocacy
Ability to work independently and as part of team to deliver services
Knowledge of basic computer skills
Valid Ohio driver’s license, access to reliable insured transportation and ability to meet LSS insurance standards required
Help us improve CareerBuilder by providing feedback about this job:
Report this job
Report this Job
Once a job has been reported, we will investigate it further. If you require a response, submit your question or concern to ourTrust and Site Security Team
privacy and protection,
when applying to a job online, never give your social security number to a prospective employer, provide credit card or bank account information, or perform any sort of monetary transaction.Learn more.
By applying to a job using CareerBuilder you are agreeing to comply with and be subject to the CareerBuilder
Terms and Conditions
for use of our website. To use our website, you must agree with the
Terms and Conditions
and both meet and comply with their provisions.