The Clinical Director for the Saratoga Center for the Family is responsible for:-Oversight and development of the Saratoga Center for the Family’s clinical programming at the Center, in the Saratoga County Community and in Saratoga County School Districts.-Providing clinical training and clinical supervision to all clinical staff and interns.-Collaborating with non-clinical staff to coordinate services/programs with grant and other funding sources and assist with grant writing/administration.-Working closely with the Executive Director and Leadership Team on developing, planning and implementing strategies for program continuation and growth.-Working to promote and enhance quality mental health care for the various populations and communities served by the agency.-Provide MH therapy services to a small caseload of clients.Must be a strong leader, have the ability to think globally, solve problems and have good decision-making skills, including critical thinking skills.
LCSW-R credentials requiredValid NYS licenseMust be Insurance panel credentialed and/or eligibleMinimum of 3 years supervisory experienceExperience working with clients who have experienced traumaAn understanding of insurance billing for clinical servicesExperience and confidence identifying and implementing evidence based practicesAbility to work flexible hoursProgram development, evaluation, public speaking experience, and organization skillsStrong written and oral communication skillsTF-CBT trained a plusA positive and supportive attitude toward the agency and its overall success
Saratoga Center for the Family operates with three main components:
- our outpatient clinical program, which offers outpatient mental health services both at the Center and through our school-based program,
- the Harriet M. West Child Advocacy Center, which offers a safe and supportive space as well as follow-up services for victims and their families,
- and our educational, preventative,... and empowerment programs. This includes parenting classes, anger management, and Heel to Heal, which is a group for young girls that boosts self-confidence through exercise and mindfulness.
Through these three branches of services, we are able to reach the members of our surrounding community who need us most. One of the core values our organization was founded on, and has operated on for over 40 years, is that we seek to serve these families regardless of their ability to pay. We don't believe that financial circumstances should ever be a hurdle to healing.