Under supervision, the Clinical Supervisor assists in planning and managing clinical programs and services, and is responsible for clinical supervision of staff and monitoring of key performance indicators. The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for the submission of required program reports and program compliance for the assigned department(s)/team(s)/program(s).
The Clinical Supervisor may provide individual, parent/child, and couples assessments that lead, through diagnosis, to the client’s assignment to treatment in the child, chemical dependency, SMI, and adult general mental health service areas. In addition, the Clinical Supervisor may provide immediate crisis intervention, participate in client staffings, and develop portions of the client Treatment Plan in conjunction with the intake services as needed, maintain client records and perform other related duties. Other assigned duties may include: Coordination of intakes; communicating changes/updates in policy and procedure with the assigned team; leading the daily staffing or delegating; advising team on the most clinically appropriate decisions during daily operations; and keeping the communication and coordination of workflow in order to facilitate customer service both internally and externally. Master’s degree in any behavioral health field and licensure at the minimum level (LMSW, LAC, LASAC, etc.)