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Join our team of competent and compassionate professionals as a Crisis Supervisor at Behavioral Health Network! 

Your experience, knowledge and great skills will support the Crisis Supervisor with the following:

  • Ensuring the team objective are met by distributing workload in an effective manner.
  • Identifying the unique signs and symptoms of mental health and substance abuse in relation to children and adolescents for diagnostic accuracy.
  • Determining and implementing an appropriate treatment/referral response using the least restrictive alternatives.
  • Utilizing the recovery-oriented model, through the use of the multi-modal therapies during interventions with children, adolescents and families.
  • Ensures effective communication and time management of their team
  • Providing individual and group supervision.
  • Hiring and training new staff
  • Being a liaison between the crisis team and other providers

Reasons to work with us as a Crisis Supervisor:

  • Work with an agency who does amazing things for others
  • You will be able to change a person’s life
  • You will expand your experience in various health areas at the same time
  • You will not be bored with our fast passed environment
  • You will have excellent benefits package & time off benefits available

Who are we?

BHN’s Crisis Program provides 24/7 front line response to individuals of all ages who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis, regardless of insurance. BHN provides services on a mobile basis, including home and community-based settings or in an emergency department when needed. 

Job Requirements

What are we looking for in a Crisis Supervisor?

  • Master’s degree in a mental health/clinical program (Required)
  • License eligible in MA (required) or Licensed-LICSW, LMHC or LCSW (Preferred)
  • 5 years experience in mental health (Required)
  • Knowledge of grief and trauma, specific to children and adolescents
  • Knowledge of serious and persistent mental illness, substance abuse, appropriate interventions and access to community resources.
  • Knowledge and application of the Recovery Oriented model, specific to those experiencing a mental health crisis.
  • Must display empathic skills and the ability to establish rapport with consumers, family members and service providers.
  • Good observation, thorough documentation skills and ability to provide solution focused, strengths based treatment.
  • Must have reliable transportation during each shift to provide community based services.