Licensed Behavioral Health Provider
Pediatric Partners for Attention and Learning, Inc. is currently expanding our services to the Great Falls, VA area and we are looking for creative and innovative individuals to join our team both in Stafford and/or in Great Falls. Our mission is to bridge the gap between medical, behavioral health and educational services as we assist children and adults who are struggling in their academic or social environment. Our behavioral health division is vital to this process by providing the skills training, education, and therapeutic support necessary for children and their families to cope with their current circumstances as they address the obstacles impacting their potential.
If you have a strong desire to participate in youth development, are passionate about assisting children in making life altering decisions and are innovative in your approach to engaging families then we would like you to consider becoming a part of our team. Part-time and PRN positions are currently available with the opportunity to work toward full-time status. Hours are flexible and compensation is competitive. For more information about our practice please visit our website at www.PP4AL.com. For career consideration, please submit your CV, cover letter and salary requirements.
The Licensed Behavioral Health Provider (LCSW, LPC or Clinical Psychologist) will work in a multi-disciplinary practice focused on the assessment, evaluation, treatment and enrichment of children and young adults who are experiencing difficulty in the academic or social environment. The treatment team consists of a full-time Pediatrician, licensed Counselors and Educational Advocate and is supplemented by professionals in the fields of psychological assessment, counseling, nutritional counseling and literacy. Interventional strategies include medication management, behavioral interventions, individual/group and family counseling, nutritional interventions, educational accommodations, tutoring and cognitive therapy.
Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
1. Provide psychosocial assessment of the child, adolescent or adult and their family either within the family home or at the practice.
2. Establish a treatment program for the patient using appropriate behavioral therapies and counseling techniques as dictated by the clinical diagnosis.
3. Provide support for the family through education, skills training, and parent therapy as indicated.
4. Establish and maintain on-going groups to support the needs of the client population and community (i.e. social skills group, parent support group, play group, etc.).
5. Develop training materials to be published on the practice website using printed, social and electronic media.
6. Network within the community and establish and support partnerships within the community to benefit our client base.
7. Serve as a care manager for the families within the practice to ensure that appropriate social supports and resources are coordinated.
8. Participate in multi-disciplinary team meetings to discuss integrated treatment plans for clients.
9. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
1. Master’s degree required.
2. Licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
3. CPR certification must be obtained and maintained by the individual.
4. Minimum of two years of counseling experience working independently with children/adolescents/families.
5. Experience with computer technology required – at a minimum experience with Windows based programs, email, Microsoft Word and keyboarding.
6. The ability to collaborate with other disciplines and to communicate effectively is essential, which also includes written as well as verbal communication.
7. Must participate in on-going continuing educational activities as required by Virginia licensing board and must remain current on the standards of care for clinical social workers.
8. At a minimum must have a basic understanding of those diagnoses that impact the learning environment most, such as ADHD, Autism, Learning Disabilities, Executive Dysfunction, Anxiety and Depression and be comfortable providing behavioral interventions to address these conditions.
9. The ability to “think outside the box”, innovate and creatively develop programs in support of the practice goals and mission is strongly desired.
10. Willing to attend and obtain certifications necessary for diagnostic and treatment purposes.