Citadel Community Development Corporation is seeking LMFT Intern/LCSW Intern. Citadel Community Development Corporation provides programs that assist our clients with achieving self-sufficiency. These programs incorporate education, vocation, mental health, substance abuse and various support services to adults, youth, and children. Successful applicants may have experience with adolescent services, adult services, and/or substance use services. Must have a willingness to learn evidence-based models of treatment and to accept supervision. Day to day duties will consist of and may not be limited to:
Provide mental health services within our San Bernardino headquarters, the client’s home (if residing at one of our transitional housing sites, school site, or clinical building site in the areas of San Bernardino and Riverside County.
Be responsible for providing clinical documentation to meet all County, State and Federal documentation requirements.
Be a full Citadel Team Care Member that works and coordinates with the Primary Case Management staff.
Review consumer records, organize information, and determine appropriate assessments.
Reappraise original goals and objectives and adapt them to individual consumer needs while coordinating activities, as well at design appropriate activities, materials, and methods for remediation according to individual consumers.
Evaluate consumer performance and indicate results and necessary revisions, and maintain records, forms, progress notes, outcome measures, as per standard of care guidelines.
Develop collegial relationships with on site and off site team members.
Provide culturally proficient treatment services to refer client and family.
Engage and include client, and family members in treatment utilizing evidence based practice models prescribed by the clinical supervisor.
Maintain fidelity of evidence based treatment protocols.
In collaboration and with direction of management/management designee, complete clinical assessment including psychosocial, outcome measures, diagnosis and additional inventories with clients and family members to assess their strengths and needs from a clinical perspective.
Develop treatment plans with measurable goals and objectives with the client, family and applicable treatment partners.
Maintain current knowledge of activities occurring with the youth and family during the course of intervention — including progress with required assessments / evaluations and any coordinated treatment goals.
Provide clinical proficient, regularly scheduled therapy as agreed upon in the treatment plan according to IMH standards and in compliance with CAMFT, Ca BBS and/or NASW standards.
Complete and submit according to IMH standards all required documentation and statistical information into electronic health records or network forms timely.
Maintain the program required case load and designated billable units of service.
Participate actively in all treatment team meetings, case review and clinical supervision.
If licensed eligible engage clinical supervisor to actively complete BBS requirements to expedite licensure.
Maintain all BBS and Interface requirements to ensure eligible to practice.
Work cooperatively with all team members engaging with respect and integrity, and provide clinical support to non-clinical team members.
Engage and collaborate with community partners and participating agencies.
Attend appropriate seminars/trainings/workshops (CEUs) with management approval.
This program offers self-paced interactive software courses as follows:
Other courses for Advanced Users are:
The course training provides online assessments, communication tools, training resources and a full library of video tutorials. This allows us to grade the computer literacy exams to confirm the computer knowledge possessed by the student(s). The goal is for the student to become proficient in a course which can be used for employment and/or education advancement.
*These are available at our office for only 5$*