Jan 21, 2024

Clinician / Case Manager - Johnson, VT

  • TrulyHired
  • Johnson, VT 05656, USA
Full-time School Support

Job Description

Job Summary: The Clinical Case Manager works in concert with the Clinical Coordinator, Behavior Supports Coordinator, and Special Education Coordinator to provide clinical guidance, supports and training for assigned teams. This role will also oversee the implementation of treatment protocols for assigned students via the treatment plans. Essential Duties: Administrative: •Provide clinical guidance, support and training for school staff, in collaboration with the Clinical Coordinator. •Provide the clinical crisis support and intervention for students. •Provide one-on-one counselling, group therapy and integrated therapeutic practices in the School. •Communicates with related mental health professionals. •Addressing mental health concerns with students throughout the day. •Actively participate in Laraway School and agency meetings, trainings, events, etc. •Complete all related program specific, agency related and regulatory paperwork in an accurate and timely manner. •Demonstrate and model respect for Laraway Youth and Family Services property and equipment. •Ability to build and maintain professional relationships and appropriate boundaries with staff, clients and community. Academic, Therapeutic, and Behavior Services: •Strive at all times to foster a positive approach to problem solving and maintain a positive environment. •Model and utilize best practices in education and special education when working one-on-one or in small groups. •Develop and maintain trauma informed best practices: connection, building relationships, naming emotions, co-regulation, empathy, acceptance, congruence, presence, and attunement. Maintain awareness of own affect, posture, body language, and complexity and tone of language. Staff should be comfortable asking for a break and peers comfortable subbing staff out and letting staff know they can step in and give a break. •Become familiar with students' academic abilities and disabilities, treatment needs and behavior plans in accordance with their Individual Education and Treatment Plan. The position requires using therapeutic communication, experiential learning and strength based strategies to provide opportunities for youth to make positive choices, gain self-confidence, advance their academic skills and learn skills critical to their lifelong development. A strong sense of professionalism is required. The person shall present themselves as a strong role model for children and adolescents and demonstrate management and supervision of students in accordance with program policies, philosophies and mission. Must maintain confidentiality and privacy of those seeking services, with peers, on and off site, and in all forms of communication. Off-Campus Duties & Responsibilities: •Operate all vehicles in a safe manner and in accordance with motor vehicle laws •Provide support as needed across settings. •Provide direct instruction as needed •Be prepared for crisis situation in the community-school and emergency contact information, first aid kit, face sheets, and de-escalation plan for each student •Present and conduct yourself as a representative of Laraway Youth and Family Services. Note: The work conditions and environment described here are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

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