Family Resource Center
Family Resource Center of South Florida, Inc. is seeking a Therapist:
Please send resumes to FRCHR@FRCFlorida.org with Subject line: Therapist – Applicant Name
This highly responsible position involves the provision of mental health, substance abuse and co-occurring services to adults, adolescents, and children. Services provided may include outpatient counseling, community-based services and coordination with schools, caregivers, and others pertinent to the treatment process. It may be necessary to provide services during evening and/or weekend hours. This therapist is responsible for the Medicaid, TANF and other billing related documentation required as well as clinical and data reporting documentation.
- A minimum of a Master’s degree in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling, Human Services or some equivalent training.
- Must be Licensed in the state of Florida: LMHC / LCSW
- At least two years work experience with children and families.
- Ability to work as a team member and have good communication, organizational and interpersonal skills.
- Ability to work under stressful conditions and be flexible in relation to department needs.
- Proficiency in Communication & Written skills.
- Knowledge of accreditation standards and regulatory body rules and regulations.
- Knowledge regarding age-specific / developmental stages.
- Must be an assertive and highly organized master’s level therapist with excellent documentation skills.
- Must be bilingual speaking both English and Spanish and/or English and Haitian Creole
Specific Areas of Responsibility to Position:
- To provide medically necessary and clinically indicated therapeutic services to children and adults.
- To maintain a caseload of at least 25 clients per week.
- To maintain a clinical productivity level of about twenty-five 50-minute sessions per week, plus or minus 1 session.
- To develop and maintain client records in a timely and accurate manner and that is in accordance with Family Resource Center Policy and Procedures, and Medicaid, JCAHO, and other applicable standards.
- To complete the monthly service encounter log (i.e., monthly billing log) in a timely and accurate manner and submit it to the Clinical Supervisor.
- To complete in a timely and accurate manner assessments on each client / case assigned.
- To complete and implement treatment plans and reviews for each client.
- To monitor the treatment plans, school achievement, and behavior management plans, as appropriate for each client in terms of noting progress, or the lack of progress, and updating documentation, as needed.
- To complete progress notes for each service provided.
- To assist the staff with crisis intervention, as needed.
- To work closely with the Consulting Psychiatrist concerning psychiatric evaluations, medication reviews and involuntary commitments of the children being served, as indicated.
- To ensure that all clinical documentation in the program is completed in a timely and accurate manner that is consistent with relevant policies, State laws, contractual requirements with funding sources, Medicated rules, JCAHO, and other applicable requirements.
- To participate in clinical supervision and administrative supervision as required by agency policy and relevant State Law.
- To ensure that all programmatic and administrative practices comply with the highest relevant legal, professional, and ethical standards.
- To contribute to the promotion and understanding of multi-cultural differences in the workplace and in the field.
- To participate in the agency’s Quality Assurance program.
- To perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor.