1 Provide psychotherapeutic treatment for agency clients using a treatment modality that has been clinically determined to best serve the interests of the person(s) served. Modalities may include individual, group, couples, and/or family therapy.
2 Conduct a Mental Health Assessment within the first six sessions.
3 Develop a Treatment Plan with therapeutic goals which address presenting problems and, where possible, is family centered.
4 Assess each client on a pre-treatment, post- treatment, and follow-up basis using clinically proven outcome instruments.
5 Prepare a formal progress/status report at the end of the first six contact hours, with treatment goals defined. Provide progress reports on a quarterly basis thereafter, or upon the request of the assigned case manager.
6 Maintain weekly progress notes on clients served.
7 Provide crisis intervention, as needed.
8 Coordinate and consult with Case Manager Supervisors, Case Managers, Attorneys, Foster parents, and other service providers for the good of the client.
9 Attend weekly supervision.
10 Attend weekly clinical case conferences.
11.Attend court hearings, as required.
12 Attend monthly staff meetings and meetings at other service providers, for the good of the client.
13 Schedule, organize, and list appointments using the appropriate forms in accordance with agency protocols.
14 Attend monthly staff meetings
15 Interview prospective employees.
16 Monitors individual workload (quality, quantity and timeliness).
17 Take part in employee evaluations as required by Unity’s directives.
18 Insure that skill proficiency meets contractor, Unity and COA standards through a combination of individual and group trainings.
19 Monitors behavior to insure compliance with federal and state labor laws, professional codes of ethic (as applicable) and Unity’s Code of Ethics.
20 Maintain a professional relationship with all employees to allow objective supervision and constructive criticism.
21 Actively participate in the agency's CQI Plan.