The Greenridge Counseling Center is seeking a part-time (20 hours/week) Clinical Support Coordinator with training in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) to provide outpatient services to children and families at our Roxborough office and/or within our nearby satellite school-based sites. Eligible candidates should be fully trained/certified in PCIT with at least one (1) year experience providing PCIT. Assigned caseload will consist of PCIT families as well as children/teens from our general client population. Additional responsibilities include connecting with referral sources and community engagement and education with a goal of expanding the PCIT program. We provide a warm and engaging community with opportunities for training, individual and peer consultation, and flexible leadership committed to strengthening and enhancing a culture of healing. We offer flexible scheduling and excellent administrative support. We provide supervision for LPC and LCSW licensure. This is a part-time employee position with paid time benefits and eligibility to participate in 401K plan.
1. Responsible for a minimum of 15 billable hours per week utilizing initial assessment, individual, group, conjoint or family therapies modalities based on client needs. Ten (10) hours are to be billed as PCIT. Locations for providing direct service can include Greenridge Counseling Center and school-based outpatient satellite sites.
2. Assist clinical supervisor with managing the day to day operations of the PCIT program including assisting clinical supervisor with supervision of clinical staff to assist staff with maintaining fidelity to PCIT model, determining the appropriateness of intervention for individuals/families, maintaining PCIT equipment and toys, monitoring and ordering measures as needed.
3. Complete necessary training to maintain PCIT practice and/or certification.
4. Assist Clinical Supervisor as needed to act as a liaison between Interact and PCIT referral sources – This includes attending regular meetings with identified PCIT referral sources and developing new sources of referrals.
5. Provide case management for caseload including referral, liaison, advocacy, and documentation in compliance with agency guidelines.
6. Represents agency in a professional and ethical manner in community including upholding boundaries of confidentiality and job functions.
7. Serve as clinical consultant to staff.
8. Provides crisis intervention and support to unit and agency clients as needed.
9. Provides training and educational presentations to school staff, parents and agency personnel regarding PCIT, family and child assessment and treatment, crisis management, trauma and other treatment and treatment related issues.
10. Completes all documentation required by agency policy and procedure, state licensing regulations, and managed care requirements within specified time frames.
11. Maintains clinical records utilizing Agency’s electronic medical records (EMR) system in accordance with Agency policies and procedures, state regulations and managed health care requirements.
12. Completes all documentation and paperwork in a timely fashion as required by Agency policies and/or as requested.
13. Participates in Interact’s Quality Improvement activities as requested including the participation in on-going outcomes oriented tasks.
14. Functions in full compliance with all policies and procedures, federal, state and local laws and Interact’s Code of Conduct. Must participate in Interact’s Compliance Program, including reporting suspected violations of the compliance program or applicable laws or regulations to immediate supervisor or Compliance Officer.
15. Completes necessary trainings to maintain licensure and to meet requirements set forth by State and County oversight agencies and payors including Community Behavioral Health and Department of Human Services.
16. Works as a team member with all aspects of outpatient services.
17. Attends staff meetings, in-services and other program activities as requested.
18. Adheres to safe work practices.
19. Performs other job related tasks as needed.
1. Master’s degree or Doctorate in Human service field, plus at least 1 year experience of providing PCIT to children and families. Must be clinically licensed or licensed eligible in the Commonwealth of PA.
2. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
3. Demonstrates basic PC skills including keyboarding, working knowledge of WORD and comfort with Microsoft Office and web-based environments.
4. Ability to work with an interdisciplinary team.
5. Ability to work independently and remain organized and efficient while multi-tasking.
6. Demonstrated commitment to trauma-informed practices and principles of recovery.
7. Clearance in accordance with PA Acts 33 & 80.
Intercommunity Action, Inc. is an EO Employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability
Interested candidates may forward their cover letter and resume to:
Intercommunity Action, Inc.
6122 Ridge Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19128
firstname.lastname@example.org (email preferred)