Clone of Our Team

CLINICIANS

Our clinicians (LMHP, LMHP-R) are well trained, highly motivated and experienced in the areas of but not limited to; Mental Health Counseling, Counselor Education and Human Development, Behavioral Sciences, and Childhood Development.

Our clinicians possess the following qualifications: a Bachelor’s Degree in social work, counseling, psychology or related human service fields plus one year relevant experience counseling families, case management, and crisis intervention.

Our clinicians possess Knowledge, Skills, and Ability but not limited in: Medical Requirements for mental health support services and Community Intervention, Understanding of Major Mental Health Diagnosis related to population served.

Our Clinicians:

• Meet every week with counselors to provide clinical guidance, assess dynamics and needs of each case, determine the appropriateness of therapeutic strategies, and assess progress of service delivery and planning.

• Plan and facilitate monthly peer supervision meetings.

• Prepare written assessments, assessing clients from multiple perspectives, including family functioning, psychological/emotional, social, academic, medical, behavioral, substance abuse, skills, strengths, barriers to economic self-sufficiency, treatment history, and others, and utilizing various assessment instruments.

• Review written service plans, incorporating input from clients, involved service providers, and wraparound team members, and clearly identifying problem areas and needs, strategies, and service objectives.

• Provide direct clinical services to clients, including individual, family, couple, and group therapy, and issues-specific or educational groups (parenting skills, anger management, substance abuse interventions).

• Prepare progress reports as required by referral source or service provided.

• Respond to crisis situations with twenty-four hour a day availability.

COUNSELORS

Our Counselors (QMHP, QPP) are well trained, highly motivated and experienced in areas of but not limited to; Mental Health Counseling, Counselor Education and Human Development, Behavioral Sciences, and Childhood Development.

Our Counselors possess, the following qualifications: a Bachelors’ Degree in social work, counseling, psychology or related human service field plus one year relevant experience counseling families, case management, and crisis intervention.

Our Counselors:

• Manage a small caseload of client families, providing services on an intensive basis and utilizing short-term, solution focused treatment strategies.

• Prepare written diagnostic assessment, assessing clients from multiple perspective, including family functioning, psychological/emotional, social, academic, medical, behavioral, substance abuse, skills, strength, barriers to economic self-sufficiency, treatment history, others and utilizing various assessment instruments.

• Prepare written service plan, incorporating input from clients, involved service providers and wraparound team members, and clearly identifying problem areas and needs, strategies, and service objectives.

• Provide psycho-educational service to clients, including individual, family, and interventions and issues-specific or educational groups (parenting skills, anger management).

• Respond to crisis situations with twenty-four hour a day availability.

• Attend court hearings when families are court-involved and presents testimony and treatment recommendations as requested by attorneys, referral source, the court, or client.

• Guide, collaborate, and coordinate with follow up services with various community resources to include mentoring services and case management services, and ensuring the adequate exchange of information is provided.

• Work with Clinical Supervisor to increase effectiveness of therapeutic interventions.

• Prepare written Discharge Summary and Plan.

• Apprise Clinical supervisor of work load, case activity, service barriers, and procedural problems in staff and one-on-one meetings.