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Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (C&A) was named the #1 best non-profit to work for in Canton, Ohio by Zippia.com. A full time employee at C&A is eligible for the following benefits: Medical insurance, dental insurance, 401K, flexible hours, annual seniority increases and paid vacation. Additionally, clinicians have the opportunity for monthly bonus opportunities and tuition reimbursements.

 

Therapists Opportunities

Clinical Therapist

Family Mental Health Therapist
(MST & MST-PSB)

Stark County

School-based Clinical Therapist

Now more than ever, mental and behavioral health care for kids is needed in our community. Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health is looking to meet the growing demands by hiring full-time clinical therapists.

Responsibilities

  • In addition to conducting Individual and Family Therapy, duties and opportunities may include conducting Diagnostic/Comprehensive Assessments and Mental Health Consultation & Prevention.
  • Positions may be school-based, office-based and/or community-based, but likely to include services in each of these settings, including client homes.
  • Populations served may range from early childhood to transition-aged adolescent and young adults with a wide range of diagnoses and presenting problems.
  • Flexibility to work after school and evenings (some evening hours are required to accommodate family schedules and ensure family involvement in services), and possibly Saturdays.

An amazing clinical position providing Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST) is available servicing clients in Stark, Wayne and Holmes counties. Multi-Systemic Therapy is a researched and evidenced based therapy that’s been proven to be effective in changing the behaviors and lives of youth and their families. For more information related to research and outcomes visit mstservices.com

Along with achieving positive outcomes with your clients there are many other great aspects to being an MST therapist:

  • Flexible/Non-traditional schedule to meet your needs and your clients needs
  • Therapists carry low case loads of 4-6 clients to allow for flexibility and increased attention to families

Responsibilities

  • In addition to conducting Individual and Family Therapy, duties and opportunities may include conducting Diagnostic/Comprehensive Assessments and Mental Health Consultation & Prevention.
  • Populations served range from Kindergarten through 12th grade with a wide range of diagnoses and presenting problems.
  • Ability to engage a wide range of client and parents, including those from diverse populations, and those uncertain about the value and/or necessity of MH services.
  • Ability to work effectively with other professionals both within and outside the mental health profession.
  • Licensed in the State of Ohio to provide assessment and therapy via the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board, or the Ohio Board of Psychology.
  • Must possess at least a master’s degree(s) in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, or the equivalent.

Additional Career Opportunities

SIBR Therapist

Prevention Specialist

Qualified Mental Health Specialist

  • Seeking Therapist to work with youth who have engaged in inappropriate sexual behavior.
  • Treatment will include individual and family therapy as well as group therapy.
  • Work will include building appropriate social skills with clients, psychoeducation with clients and families, addressing trauma or other mental health needs, understanding and remediating offending behaviors.
  • Will be required to participate in ongoing trainings as determined by SIBR Program Manager to develop and reinforce skills necessary to competently serve populations.
  • Other duties related to service provision, as assigned, including, but not limited to, timely and accurate submission of progress notes and documentation, meeting assigned productivity expectations, attendance at required meetings, and weekly supervision.

Skill and Experience

  • Experience, training, or willingness to obtain skills working with youth with problem sexual behaviors.
  • Experience, training, or knowledge of the effects of trauma and interventions to treat trauma and restore resiliency.
  • Experience working with courts and juvenile justice populations valuable.
  • For those interested in working with the above-described populations who require greater skills and competency, training with CEUs will be provided.
  • Must have excellent communication skills and be able to function well as a team member.
  • Must be culturally competent and willing to work with clients and families within various and diverse populations.

Qualifications

Licensed in the state of Ohio to provide assessment and therapy via the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board, or the Ohio Board of Psychology.  Must possess at least a Master’s Degree(s) in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work.

  • The Mental Health Prevention Specialist provides supportive interventions, consultation, and AoD prevention groups for children and/or adolescents and possibly families in participating service programs throughout Stark County.  The Prevention Specialist has the responsibility of maintaining uniformly high-quality service to ensure maximum benefits to program participants.  The individual must have strong communication skills with both children, adolescents, and adults, enjoy helping others, be organized, energetic, innovative and enthusiastic, maintain a family-oriented advocacy role, and be able to work both independently and as part of a team.  A commitment to the philosophy and practice of resiliency and the capacity to build developmentally appropriate and supportive environments are expected.

    Essential Functions:

    Provide supportive interventions with children and/or adolescents.
    Implement strength-based resiliency and skill building curriculum for indicated and/or selected population in various programs and schools.
    Provide consultation and behavior intervention services by request.
    Develop and run parent-child events to support social/emotional development and parent education around behavior management, resiliency and AoD prevention.
    Provide parent consultations and strengthen parent involvement.
    Maintain accurate records of service delivery and timely completion of paperwork.
    Promote a climate that fosters resiliency and positive social, emotional, and behavioral development.
    Attend collaborative team meetings to create positive change within the community.
    Attend continuing education opportunities to obtain and/or maintain the Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist Licensure and/or CDCA licensure.

Community Based Case Management Services, including but not limited to:

  • Provide home, school, and community-based Case Management billable and non-billable interventions and services.
  • Provide individual and family based parenting and behavioral intervention and support, along with social, emotional, and developmentally appropriate skill building.
  • Assess individual needs and link, coordinate, advocate, and assist with community-based resources as needed to stabilize and meet service goals and objectives.
  • Provide crisis support and stabilization in multiple environments, as needed. Develop and assist family in implementing safety and contingency plans.
  • Advocate for and link family as specifically recommend by Pediatrician and/or other healthcare professionals.
  • Attend appropriate appointments with Psychiatrist and/or Pediatrician and provide feedback regarding current needs and concerns. Advocate for and link family as specifically recommended by Psychiatrist and/or Pediatrician.
  • Coordinate and implement behavioral health services; provide and maintain continuity of care and arrange for clinical review as necessary.
  • Will be required to participate in trainings as determined by Supervisor to develop and reinforce skills necessary to competently serve youth populations.
  • Other duties related to service provision, as assigned, including, but not limited to, timely and accurate submission of progress notes and documentation, meeting assigned productivity expectations, attendance at required meetings and weekly supervision.

Clinical Administrative Assistant

Intervention Specialist

Behavioral Health Claims Specialists

  • The Clinical Administrative Assistant will provide support functions for the Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) or other clinical staff, as directed by the CCO.
  • Job duties will include, but are not limited to:
    • Provide scheduling and calendar management for the CCO, schedule clinical meetings and reserve rooms as requested.
    • Take minutes for clinical meetings including Clinical Supervisors, Full Clinical Staff, PsychComm, Learning Panel, and others as may be requested by the CCO.
    • Update and maintain Clinical Supervisor On Call List.
    • Monitor Youth Mobile Crisis emails and communicate to applicable clinical staff as indicated.
    • Monitor and communicate clinical data to the CCO and other clinical supervisors as assigned.
    • Assist Program Managers as requested by the CCO, including:
      • SIBR referrals, court reports, and tracking
      • School-based year-end and other reporting
      • Doc Intern correspondence and luncheon
    • Ordering for clinical staff as approved by the CCO.
    • Sit on Learning Panel, publish monthly LP Newsletter, assist at trainings as requested, assist with information necessary to provide training CEUs, and track specified clinical training completions.
    • Respond to calls received regarding wait list and access issues.
    • Answer questions and assist clinical staff with resources as appropriate.
  • Other duties related to C&A and clinical department functions, as assigned.

Skills and Experience

  • Must have good working knowledge of NextGen
  • Must be organized, efficient, flexible and be able to handle multiple and varied tasks daily
  • Knowledgeable of clinical services, programs, departments, and resources at C&A
  • Ability to work effectively with other professionals, both inside and outside of C&A
  • Must have excellent communication skills and be able to function well as a team member
  • Must be skilled at using technology (Word, Excel, Teams, Zoom, etc.)

 

    • We are looking for a dynamic, energetic, creative educator to provide academic instruction to youth with severe emotional and behavioral disturbances. A significant focus of a typical program day will include the development and enhancement of pro-social and behavioral and emotional self-regulation skills.
    • Plan and implement a program of stud, including administering standardized tests, that meets individual learner needs, interests and abilities which is consistent with Ohio’s Learning Standards.
    • Effectively collaborate with mental/behavioral health staff as part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team.
    • Assess, monitor, and record academic/IEP progress; maintain data/records.
    • Collaborate with other educators in planning, writing, coordinating and implementing the IEP and transition plan to less restrictive setting.
    • Make provisions to be available to parents and Special Education Directors for educational and behavioral related purposes.
    • Effectively implement the Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health behavior management philosophy and intervention continuum: provide behavior management in the classroom/program setting; assist, support and intervene with youth who are emotionally/behaviorally deregulated; physically restrain; provide verbal de-escalation, behavioral coaching, rehearsal, problem-solving, and self-regulation skill development.
    • Positively contribute to the induvial classroom and overall program therapeutic milieu.
    • Individual characteristics: well developed verbal, listening, and written communication skills; effective use of technology for reports and class; fair and trustworthy; highly organized; comfortable with culturally diverse populations; able to form therapeutic alliance with youth.
  • Research and correct claim denials including filing appeals when needed within two weeks and identifying any incorrect billing trends.
    • Correct all denials within 180 days to prevent missing timely filing.
    • Communicate with insurance companies as needed to manage denials.
    • Work with internal staff to coordinate billing corrections.
  • Post insurance payments to PM software.
  • Help take collection payments for the agency as needed.
  • Help with incoming billing calls from guarantors and/or internal staff.
    • Cover the phones about 4 evenings a month until 6 pm.
  • Update account fee agreements, as needed, while working on a client’s account.
  • Obtaining prior authorizations as needed for client services.
  • Report to management and the rest of the team the status and any issues related to claims
  • Level of duties may vary based on the experience level of the applicant
  • Team player- working together to answer each other’s' questions and help with projects.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Focused on achieving specific goals, both individually and as a team.
  • Comfortable with being on the phone for extended periods of time.

Qualifications

  • High School Diploma
  • Medical billing certificate or a minimum of 3 years of billing experience
  • General level of Excel knowledge
  • Software experience, preferred, but not required- NextGen, Etactics, Availity

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