Program Supervisor (Mobile Transition Age Youth)

Pressley Ridge

Date: 06/19/2020

Location: Pittsburgh

Delivery of Services: To assure the delivery of quality services and the effective implementation of individual, family, and group work, the Program Supervisor will: 

  • Conduct assessments and provide individual and group therapy in a culturally sensitive manner as recommended by MTAY. Frequency of direct service to youth will be 10 hours each week. Family and group therapy will be provided based on the youth’s identified goals, at a frequency and duration identified in the individual’s service/treatment plan.
  • Promote collaboration within the MTAY team.
  • Facilitate or assist in facilitating groups as per program needs.
  • Regularly assess the status of treatment through clinical supervision of the team and provide direction in making necessary adjustments in the treatment plan.
  • Meet budgetary and contractual productivity requirements on a consistent basis.
  • Provide training to various program staff regarding mental health issues, individual and family treatment issues and group work through assisting in routine program training and weekly clinical supervision. This is evaluated through supervisor observation, review of case notes, training material and team meeting notes.
  • Participate in individual and group supervision as indicated by credentials and clinical experience; participate in regularly scheduled department staff meetings and other meetings as deemed necessary by the program needs.
  • Assist family members and other staff in the development and implementation of a crisis plan for each individual/family in treatment.
  • Consult with other professionals (i.e. psychiatrists, case managers, PCP, etc) as clinically indicated.
  • Know and comply with all state Mental Health regulations regarding mandated reporting of child maltreatment, elder maltreatment, duty to warn/protect, confidentiality, treatment of minors, student rights and Health Information Privacy and Portability Act (HIPAA).
  • Promote recovery and wellness orientation in all aspects of direct treatment and clinical documentation.
  • Become certified in evidenced-based model and train/supervise program staff in the context of the model.
  • Participate in clinical training relevant to the population and utilize these models for clinical treatment as well as supervise other clinical staff to this model.

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