We are committed to providing a challenging, career-enhancing environment for dedicated professionals desiring to make a difference in the lives of young people and their families. Stars Behavioral Health Group (SBHG) currently employs approximately 1,200 people at 22 different sites throughout California in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Fresno, Santa Clara, Sacramento, and Alameda counties. We serve more than 20,000 children, youth and families annually throughout the state.
Our experienced staff of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Social Workers, Mental Health Specialists, Parent Partners and other therapists/counselors provide case management, mental health care and a range of support services in schools, homes or other community settings. Our dedicated teams work collaboratively and in partnership with family members, school administrators and faculty, county social workers, case managers, probations officers and other agencies.
This position has primary responsibility for providing clinical oversight of programming and service delivery within the FSP program. The Clinical Supervisor will direct the provision of mental health services; implement recovery based psychosocial programming to optimize TAY strengths, skills, and partnerships with family, community and staff; and, assure that TAY needs are being met through program activities while adhering to quality standards and best practices.
Education and Experience
- Master's degree in a social science field plus at least four (4) years of experience in a behavioral health field and one (1) year in a leadership role
License or Certification
- BBS Licensed as LMFT, LCSW, LPCC, or Psychologist
- Ability to provide Clinical Supervision per BBS regulations (TWO years post-licensure)
- Valid California Driver's License.
Bilingual Candidates Preferred
- Hires, trains, and supervises Transition Care Managers as assigned.
- Provides on-going training, support, supervision, and evaluation of team members’ individual performance. Ensures adherence to BBS requirements when providing clinical supervision to appropriate intern/associate staff. Uses in vivo supervision as appropriate.
- Develops the program model’s framework with the Director and works with and holds staff expectations within the program model’s framework, including Transition to Independent Process (TIP) and recovery based psychosocial programming, to provide services to participants and families referred to the FSP program.
- Maintains on-going relations with other CBOs, health care facilities, placement centers, faith-based communities, and other resources necessary to affect the continuum of care for TAY and families in the community.
- Ensures accurate and timely documentation of services within the electronic health record. Ensure timely completion of all State and County outcome measures and reports.
- Availability by phone to assist in crisis intervention and provide support and assistance in problem resolution.
- Participates as a member of the Capital Star Management Team. Attends regular management meetings; prepares and presents program data at TQM meetings. Regularly meets with Supervisor to share and problem solve program and management issues.