Child Guidance Resource Center has a new program starting in Chester County called MST – CAN (Child Abuse and Neglect) beginning this spring! We are looking for a Master’s level Clinical Supervisor to join this exciting new team.
MST – CAN is an evidence-based treatment program for children ages 6-17 and their families, who come under the guidance of Child Protective Services (CPS) due to physical abuse and/or neglect. It is a holistic approach by taking into account the wide range of possible risk factors and systems involved, and focuses on families and communities as a whole.
• Conduct weekly group supervision for MST-CAN team to assure adherence to MST Principles and the MST Analytic Process.
• Conduct individual supervision as needed to target clinician competency needs and to remove individual barriers to effective implementation of MST-CAN treatment.
• Assure appropriate documentation of clinical effort to allow for peer and supervisory input, and to meet all reporting and communication needs of funding and referral sources.
• Provide supportive and corrective feedback to clinicians to promote client outcomes through interventions such as enacting role play and practice, attending field visits with therapists, acting as co-therapist in sessions, listening to audio tapes of clinicians’ sessions, and providing feedback about clinicians’ performance.
• Provide administrative support targeting systemic barriers to treatment success.
• Assure availability of clinical and administrative support to clinicians 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.
• Assure therapist accessibility to clients when needed at times most likely to promote engagement.
• Assure that clinicians achieve engagement with all key participants.
• Provide direct clinical training to assure clinician competency in all clinical areas relating to the implementation of MST-CAN interventions. This includes enacting role play and practice, attending field visits with therapists, acting as co-therapist in sessions, listening to audio tapes of clinicians’ sessions, and providing feedback about clinicians’ performance.
• Assure that all assessments are comprehensive, multisystemic, and provide adequate information to determine the causes and correlates of referral behaviors to direct effective treatment within the ecological context.
• Ensure that each clinician has a Clinician Development Plan that is reviewed monthly and revised quarterly.
• Work with the Family Services Research Center at the Medical University of South Carolina to ensure that all data for the TAM-CAN and required research measures are collected.
• Build a relationship with community stakeholders (i.e., child protection services, Guardians ad Litem, judges, schools, etc.) to ensure that there is a continuous stream of referrals and that customer satisfaction is high.
• Collaborates with MST-CAN expert to provide feedback, resources, and training to all team members.
• Supports weekly MST-CAN consultation through ensuring that clinicians’ paperwork is submitted to the consultant in a time manner, participating in all consultations, and collaborating with the consultant on feedback to team members.
• Ph.D. or Master’s degree in clinical or counseling Psychology, Social Work, or a related subject area.
• Experience with direct use of pragmatic family therapies, individual therapy with children/adults using cognitive behavioral techniques, and marital therapy using behaviorally-based approaches preferred.
• Experience managing group and individual clinical supervision preferred.
At CGRC, you can enjoy a relaxed working environment with flexible work schedules that allow for a healthy work-life balance. We encourage and support staff career development and there are always opportunities for you to learn and grow within the organization. We have a competitive compensation package and offer special benefits for staff. You and your family can also enjoy discounts and offers through our Tickets at Work Program. CGRC is an eligible employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.
CGRC is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.