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Become a part of our team of competent and compassionate professionals as a Clinical Coordinator at the Village for Youth program at Behavioral Health Network! The Clinical Coordinator uses their experience in group, individual, and family treatment to facilitate successful transitions back into the community for youth experiencing a behavioral health crisis. . Clinical Coordinators work on a multidisciplinary team in addition to families and outside providers to provide direct individual therapy to residents. Additionally, the Clinical Coordinator serves as a member of a dynamic leadership team providing training and consultation to program staff.
At Behavioral Health Network’s Village for Youth CBAT Program, we believe in utilizing leadership, problem solving, and communication skills to create a safe and nurturing environment which offers the opportunity to guide, teach, serve, and empower youth. Through the use of trauma informed, strength based models, academic instruction, and clinical support, we focus on providing youth with behavioral health challenges the assistance they need to integrate and succeed within our community.
Behavioral Health Network is a growing non-profit community behavioral health agency that has been providing services to children, adults, families and communities in Western Massachusetts since 1938. BHN provides comprehensive, outcome-driven behavioral health care. We are dedicated to offering high quality, affordable and culturally appropriate care to people of all ages and income levels in our constituent communities.
Clinical Coordinators at Behavioral Health Network have the following qualities:
- Master’s Degree in Social Work or equivalent clinical program (required).
- At least two years working with children and adolescents (required).
- CANS certified (required within 6 months).
- Bilingual in Spanish and English (preferred).
- Interviewing/assessment skills, including mental status exam and risk assessment.
- Planning, organizing, and decision-making skills.
- Ability to work independently to manage complex clinical dilemmas.
- Ability to establish rapport with individuals, family members, service providers.
- Excellent writing/observation skills.
- Experience with variety of treatment approaches with youth and families.