Bethel Haven works to engage the community through help, hope, and healing
Clinical Staff Bethel Haven currently employs Marriage and Family Therapists, Professional Counselors, and Clinical Social Workers. Clinical staff follow Bethel Haven's 5 C's to guide our practice.
Christ-centered - we are committed to remaining Christ centered, and it is because of our desire to serve Christ that Bethel Haven exists. Character - we value the highest character in the operation of our organization and in each of our personal lives. Our goal is to always be an organization of integrity and this value guides us as we steward our resources and individual lives. Calling - we believe individuals are led to this work and engage in their calling to serve others. Competency - we seek to provide quality services and values the ongoing education and /or training of our employees and in order to fulfill this mission. Chemistry - we value team and encourage open and respectful communication and feedback to promote healthy work relationships and an enjoyable work environment. We value caring for each other and fostering acts of care that demonstrate love, concern, and appreciation each for the other.
Bethel Haven, Inc. does not discriminate to its clients on the basis of gender, race, ethnicity, color, socio-economic status or religious orientation and seeks to provide a place of refuge for hope, help, and healing for all people. If you are interested in learning about employment opportunities with Bethel Haven, please fill out this application then email a resume and cover letter to our office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Clinical Director Reports to: Executive Director Purpose: The Clinical Director is responsible for the clinical training and supervision of all clinicians. The Clinical Director also acts as the compliance officer to ensure clinical practice follows all County, State, and Federal mandates and serves as the Agency HIPAA Privacy Officer.
Duties and Responsibilities: ● Provides clinical support to counselors and interns via reviewing care plans, conducting chart audits, reviewing treatment provided, and reviewing staff documentation for conformity to agency and Georgia Board requirements. ● Will perform reviews of clinicians as needed ● Ensures compliance with federal, state, and agency policy and regulations ● Provides day-to-day oversight and administrative leadership and support to staff ● Assists Executive Director with interviews, recommends hires, trains new hires, and assists with evaluating performance of staff ● Manages and supervises Intake Coordinator ● Develops and implements organizational policy as needed ● Will maintain approximately 5-10 client/supervision hours per week as appropriate ● Provides crisis intervention services as needed ● Facilitates continuity of care as necessary ● Availability to staff outside of standard working hours in cases of emergency ● Formulates strategies and plans for clinical growth ● Partners with colleges and universities to recruit and manage interns ● Participates in community networking events and work to cultivate strategic partnerships ● Forms relationships with staff to build office morale
Qualifications: A successful candidate will have the following minimum qualifications: ● Master's Degree in Clinical Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related field ● Valid Georgia clinical license with approved supervisor certification ● Administrative supervisory experience ● Experience and knowledge of direct behavioral health services, including assessment, treatment, and consultation