The Clinical Supervisor’s primary role is to provide supervision to behavioral specialists and therapists in order to provide optimal patient care. The Clinical Supervisor will also attend staffing’s for their assigned programs. They will participate in leadership meetings and provide fidelity monitoring by getting out on the unit and sitting in on individual and group sessions. They will also assist with chart audits every week. The Clinical Supervisor is generally expected to be available for staff to come to with questions/concerns and may have direct patient contact, but will vary from clinic to clinic.
PhD or PsyD degree required in the behavioral sciences.
Minimum of two (2) years’ of related experience.
Experience in exposure-based CBT for OCD and anxiety disorders, behavioral activation, substance use treatment, and/or DBT skills preferred
Job Duties & Responsibilities:
Direct service and supervision
Conduct face-to-face evaluation interviews with new admissions according to the standards of care.
Meet with families and participate in education of families through regular family therapy and treatment update sessions.
Provide consultations and case evaluations ordered from other RMH programs.
Provide direct cognitive behavioral and other therapeutic services to program residents according to clinical standards of care.
Provide supervision and promote the professional development of behavioral specialists working with residents assigned to cognitive behavioral therapy programs.
Lead staffing when related to the assessment, treatment and discharge planning of residents who receive cognitive behavioral therapy services.
Maintain and assure consistent service delivery for residents receiving cognitive behavioral therapy according to the established standards of care.
Develop program materials in conjunction with the clinical program director, i.e., handouts, fact sheets, manuals.
Participate in weekly supervision sessions with the clinical program director and communicate with the clinical program director on an ongoing basis regarding clinical issues.
Conduct formal training within areas of expertise as relevant to clinical care and best practice.
Conduct community seminars, lectures and marketing activities to assist with business development.
Offer ongoing training, support and coaching to staff members less familiar with the cognitive behavioral model for anxiety.
Participate in RMH program research activities.
Document mental health services according to applicable regulations and payer expectations.
Assure documentation of treatment plans, hierarchies and psychosocial information and completeness of the medical record.
Conduct periodic record audits of medical records to assure proper documentation for residents receiving cognitive behavioral therapy.
Participate in multidisciplinary treatment team meetings.
Communicate with aftercare providers to ensure continuity of care.
Communicate with the Utilization Review department to provide information necessary to assist in facilitate payment for services.
Establish and maintain strong lines of communication with program managers related to cognitive behavioral program.
PhD degree required in the behavioral sciences.
Minimum of two (2) years of related experience.
Computer proficiency and working knowledge of software programs, including Windows packages, and hardware devices.
Formal self-defense training is required within sixty (60) days of the date of hire/transfer. Annual recertification is required.
Compliance with RCC and CBRF employee requirements.
Licensure consistent with academic preparation at the time of hire or secured within an agreed-upon time period.
Experience in conducting clinical research and/or outcome studies.
Must be fully vaccinated for Covid unless approved for a medical or religious exemption.
Comprehensive benefits package (medical, dental, vision, etc.) for positions of 30 hours or more per week.
Childcare reimbursement offered for positions of 20 hours or more per week.
Gainshare bonus based on company goals.
401k with matching contribution that is fully vested from day 1.
Loan relief, tuition reimbursement and scholarship opportunities.
ABOUT ROGERS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Rogers Behavioral Health is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit provider of highly specialized psychiatric care. Rogers offers evidence-based treatment for children, teens, and adults with OCD and anxiety, addiction, depression and other mood disorders, eating disorders, trauma, and PTSD. Backed by more than a century of experience, Rogers is leading the way on measurement-based care and use of clinical outcomes. Rogers provides residential care and has three inpatient facilities located in southeastern Wisconsin. Rogers also offers outpatient services in a growing network of communities across the U.S.
The System also includes Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation, which supports patient care, programs, and research; and Rogers InHealth, an initiative that works to eliminate the stigma of mental health challenges. For more information, visit rogersbh.org.