Helpline Youth Counseling (HYC), a nonprofit agency has been providing youth services in Southeast Los Angeles County since 1971 with a primary purpose of providing therapeutic counseling and assistance to at-risk, low income children, youth and their families.
The mission of HYC is to serve youth and their families by promoting the development of strong individuals and families in their community. This is accomplished through education, therapeutic approaches, advocacy, and the utilization of community resources.
HYC has an immediate opening for a full-time Clinical Supervisor who works as an integral part of the Wraparound Program and ensures the integration of services into the various aspects of the Wraparound program. The Clinical Supervisor will report directly to the Director of Clinical Services.
1. Provide direct individual and group clinical supervision to Wraparound personnel including paraprofessionals and Masters level staff who are working toward licensure in our Norwalk and Long Beach offices.
2. Contributes for personnel functions including interviewing, hiring, training, retention and discipline of staff.
3. Develop and implement Trauma Focused programs, in-service consultation, training, and support to all Wraparound staff.
4. Review Wraparound clinical and non-clinical documentation. (SIR, progress notes, treatment plans, etc.)
5. Provide consultation, crisis and support to therapists, paraprofessionals and clients as needed.
6. Provide 24/7 assistance to Wraparound Team and support any crisis that may arise within the agency.
7. Participates in weekly Supervision and consults with the Director of Clinical Services.
8. Interface with Helpline Youth Counseling Inc. departments and staff to ensure program cohesion at all sites and coordinate services to clients.
9. Assists the Quality Assurance Manager to address requests for records, support letters for clients, verification of counseling and Subpoenas for the Wraparound program.
10. Assist the Quality Assurance Manager to develop Counseling Services policies, procedures, and protocols.
11. Develop policies and procedures to ensure quality client services and care.
12. Attend assigned meetings and perform other related duties as assigned.
13. Develop policies and procedures to ensure quality client services and care.
14. May participate in grant development.
15. Provide clinical supervision at multiple sites.
16. Attend assigned meetings and perform other related duties as assigned.
1. Master's degree in Social Work (MSW), Clinical Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy or related mental health/human services field required.
2. Active license with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) Licensed in California as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) or PhD/PsyD. and an eligible clinical supervisor for registered Associate Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapist Associates required.
3. Minimum of three (3) years of clinical experience plus a minimum of two (2) years’ successful related experience in a supervisory role of managing a team of approximately 8-10 individuals.
4. Knowledge and experience in individual, group and family therapy methods.
5. Verification of 6 hours of Clinical Supervision training CEUs
6. Ability to successfully pass a TB screening test.
7. Proof of U.S. citizenship or permanent residence
8. Willingness to work a flexible schedule and on weekends.
9. Valid California state driver’s license.
10. Current auto insurance, and a good driving record.
1. CAMFT/AAMFT Approved Supervisor status.
2. Cultural diversity and multi-lingual skills (Spanish-speaking preferred but not required).
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made, if requested, to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions