The licensed psychologist is responsible for providing biopsychosocial evaluations and re-evaluations to children enrolled in the BHRS, STS, and other programs. In addition, the Licensed Psychologist provides clinical guidance to the treatment team, as well as individual or group supervision to clinicians and master level professionals working with children and families.
1. Provide biopsychosocial evaluations and re-evaluations to children enrolled in the BHRS, STS, and other programs.
a. Conduct face to face assessment of clients
b. Collect and summarize pertinent information on the client and his/her ecology
c. Create biopsychosocial formulation of the case
d. Diagnose the client
e. Suggest treatment
f. Write up a CBE/CBR Report
g. Write Initial Treatment Plans
2. Provide individual and/or group clinical supervision to clinicians
a. Discuss treatment progress
b. Provide suggestions for changes in the Treatment Plan
c. Provide guidance on handling emergency situations
3. Ensure that all pertinent Federal, State, and MCO guidelines regarding the content and quality of a CBE/CBR are addressed.
1. A Doctoral level degree (PhD or Psy D) from an accredited program.
2. Current and valid Pennsylvania psychology license in good standing.
3. At least two (2) years verified experience providing mental health treatment.
4. Valid Child Abuse (Act 33) (when applicable), Criminal History, and FBI clearances (when applicable).
5. Participation in and completion of all CBH mandatory in-services (must be completed within three (3) months of hire and annually from the date of the initial training).
6. Participation in at least ten (10) hours of documented additional in-service per year (“year” is defined as twelve (12) months after date of hire).
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Intercommunity Action, Inc.
6012 Ridge Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19128
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