Family Practice & Counseling Network Clinician - IDD forensic residential in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Reference #: SLIDDCLNCN08202302 Clinician - IDD forensic residential Description/Job Summary
The Clinician will design and direct the implementation of individualized treatment and support plans, goals, and methods of intervention made in conjunction with the family and other team members, train program staff on clinical interventions and skills and serve as a leader and model within the program. The population supported are adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities as well as problematic sexual behaviors and in many instances, documented or conviceted sex offenses. Salary Range $62,000-65,000 Responsibilities/Duties
Acts as part of a multidisciplinary team designed to provide services from a holistic, trauma informed, clinical and values-based perspective. Leads the team of multi-discipline professionals in the development and recertification of treatment plans, ISPs, goal setting, and overall treatment objectives for each client on case load. Responsible for organizing the input from therapists, case managers, funder assigned advocate, program specialists, behavior specialists, direct support staff, program management, medical assessments, psychological assessments and any other input into a treatment plan with measurable goals, objectives and outcomes. Provides support to program management in assessing crisis intervention when needed from a trauma informed perspective. Conducts screening and assessments using validated screening tools to assess for depression, trauma, substance use, and risk/needs associated with criminal risk. Completes all assessments and documentation as required by RHD and others to support current and ongoing services. Participates in quality improvement and training activities for the purpose of compliance and program excellence. Other duties as assigned. Required Experience
2 years' experience required. Required Education Master's Degree Required Qualifications Clinical Mental Health license (LAC, LMSW, LPC, LCSW, LISW) preferred Program Summary
Mainstay United offers a range of residential, behavioral, and independent living skills support, within a rehabilitative model, for individuals with intellectual disabilities. The program specializes in helping people who have a history of problematic sexual behavior by incorporating clinically centered practices into everyday living. Mainstay United uses trauma-informed and person-centered positive approaches to address risk-reduction for the community and to assist individuals in gaining independence. There are currently 14 homes and 23 individuals being served in the Lehigh Valley area.
Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.