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Licensed Clinician for Outpatient Behavioral Health Program

  7/12/2019   New Alternatives
 Job Description        

Duties/Responsibilities: Responsible to ensure assigned medical records comply with all State and County mandates regarding implementation of services. Model a sense of urgency in execution of services in a short-term model. Participates in case consultation with direct care staff & psychiatrist as needed. Remain available to assist with crisis assessment and intervention at locations as needed. Clinician is responsible for completing a thorough assessment of need with youth and family to identify needs in the following areas: Primary Care physician, Substance Abuse treatment, support &/or treatment for domestic violence, medication management, therapy services, behavioral services, educational advocacy, & parenting education & support. Utilize effective collaboration with community providers to increase youth & family follow through with referred services. Participate in trainings, exhibit competency & utilize evidence based & promising practices, e.g., Trauma Informed Care practices.



Bilingual/Bicultural preferred. Educational Requirements: Master’s degree in social work, marriage and family counseling or other field of study that qualifies for licensure in the State of California. Licensure/Certification Requirements: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, or a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Current California License required. Other Experience Requirements: A minimum of four years’ experience working with youth and families, with a minimum of two years’ experience working with multidisciplinary teams. Some evening & weekend hours may be required.


 Additional Information        

New Alternatives, Inc. directs a certified outpatient behavioral health program, providing a full range of Title 9 outpatient diagnostic and treatment services for children, adolescents, and young adults (up to age 18). Services are short-term (utilizing a 10-day model) and include assessment, individual/group/family treatment, crisis intervention, and medication management. Clinicians deliver services in the areas of trauma, anger management, transgender youth, substance use disorders, and youth with parents addressing immigration and/or asylum issues. Clinician’s programming is focused on providing a warm hand-off, case management, individual therapy and the rehabilitative services needed to support the child or youth in their transition. Full Time Benefits include: Excellent medical and dental benefits, Vacation, Sick Time, 403B Plan, & a Family Fit Program through LA Fitness. To apply, please email or fax resume to information below.


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