Mental Health Professional - Qualified Supervising Professional. Board Approved clinical supervisor. Part-time, days.
$35.00 - $40.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Minneapolis, MN, USA
Apr 06, 2020Part-time
MHP/QSP : Join our team of dedicated behavioral health and Autism professionals providing critical services to the general and culturally diverse client demographics. The ideal candidate will be a board-approved clinical supervisor. Part-time that can grow to full time. Excellent salary and growth potential. Apply today! MHP/QSP Equivalent Coursework Equivalent graduate coursework is defined as a combination of: Experience or training hours providing treatment and/or examination of people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) or related conditions (see EIDBI – Eligibility – Related conditions) Hours spent completing coursework. A Qualified Supervising Professional ‘s (QSP’s) experience or training hours must make up at least 50 percent of the total required amount of experience (i.e., 1,000 hours or 7 months of 40 hours/week). The provider may count coursework toward the remaining 50 percent (i.e., the other 1,000 hours). MHP/QSP Experience or training Experience or training includes the examination and/or treatment of people with ASD or a related condition. Experience and training must be in-person and can be completed in the following settings: School Community settings (e.g., parks, library, stores) Clinical treatment setting. MHP/QSP Responsibilities Ensure the individual treatment plan (ITP) and all EIDBI services provided take into consideration the person and family’s values, goals, preferences, culture and language. Determine with the parent/primary caregiver the level of parent/primary caregiver training and counseling provided. Develop, monitor, approve and sign the person’s initial and each updated ITP Coordinate and implement the initial and annual coordinated care conference, as requested by the parent or legal representative Perform all the clinical supervision functions required by his or her professional licensing board and as defined in the EIDBI policy Manual Supervise and oversee the activities of level I, II and lll providers. The QSP assumes full, professional responsibility for the services provided by each supervisee.