Intensive In-Community Therapist (IIC) Intensive In-Community therapy is a clinical intervention that aims to help the youth remain in their environment and strengthen the family system. Individual and family therapy is provided in the home on a weekly basis.
Youth and family therapy in home and/or community
Documentation via Electronic Health Record (progress notes & treatment plans)
Collaboration with the Child and Family Team
Timely & accurate paperwork submission to agency
Requirements: LAC, LSW, LPC, LCSW
Behavioral Assistant (BA) Behavioral Assistants are responsible to provide services to children and adolescents with mental health/behavioral health challenges within the family home and/or other community setting. Behavioral staff work under the direction of a licensed clinician to provide behavioral interventions to children with behavioral and/or emotional challenges.
Provide behavioral interventions to youth within their home and/or community setting.
Implement individual service goals that are established by a licensed clinician.
Document all sessions into electronic database on a weekly basis.
Collaborate effectively with professionals from other disciplines that are also supporting the youth, including but not limited to: education, clinicians, physicians, etc.
Minimum one year of experience working with children with behavioral and emotional challenges
Must complete a specialized training program through the System of Care within 6 months of hire
Must have Bachelor Degree in Psychology, Sociology or related field
Ability to work independently while adhering to timeframes and paperwork guidelines