Full Job Description
At MCYAF, we value and celebrate collaborative work as part of a multidisciplinary team that includes psychotherapists, assessment psychologists, educational therapists, and physician consultants. We believe in the value of having practitioners with varied lenses who engage in a team approach to best support our clients and families in their paths to their best and brightest futures. We participate fully in formal and informal consultations groups where we share thoughts, ideas, and perspectives with the goal of providing integrative support.
Are you an experienced Therapist - LCSW or Psychologist who is passionate about working with senior clients? Then you have found the right place! At the Masonic Center for Youth and Families, we are seeking someone with great experience who would like to combine their enthusiasm for helping people with the opportunity to serve senior clients in a residential setting.
In this exciting role, you will be responsible for providing direct clinical services expertise to senior clients, including residents living at the Masonic Homes campus and those living independently in surrounding communities.
Our services are provided through multiple modalities, including; initial assessments, case management, individual, couples, family, and group therapy. A typical caseload will include a wide variety of clinical focus, such as seniors who are experiencing anxiety, depression, and issues related to aging.
Additionally, you will partner with the clinical team to assess current clinical programs and examine opportunities for improvement, as well as create new program initiatives to best suit the needs of our clients. This opportunity will also include participation in multi-disciplinary team meetings and case conferences. Therapists work closely with the MCYAF clinical care team to ensure that all families who are in our care receive high-quality clinical services.
Therapists provide services that are reimbursable by Medicare and will be expected to complete clinical and administrative documentation required by this entity.
Your essential functions include:
Providing individual, couples, family and group therapy
Conducting clinical intakes and assessments
Assessing and treatment planning for active caseload
Providing clinical care informed by best practices in the field of Gerontology
Referring to other modalities within the clinic as needed
Documenting all client care in our EMR system
Providing clinical care that complies with all the legal and ethical standards set by the field & the state of California
In collaboration with:
Clinical team, provide clinical consultation to colleagues to contribute to the quality of care provided by the mental health department
Leadership team contribute to the creation of the workshop curriculum
The leadership team, contribute to the Continuing Education program
Must possess a license in Clinical Social Work or Psychology
Must have experience working with the aging population
Experience doing family therapy, group therapy, reminiscent therapy and mindfulness work is preferred
Experience working within a multi-disciplinary team
In return for your expertise, we will offer:
An exciting work environment focused on teamwork and support
The opportunity to bring your expertise to an environment that welcomes new, exciting and creative ideas in a collaborative work environment
A beautiful campus with a warm and welcoming facility
Excellent health, wage replacement and other benefits for you and your family’s well-being
A generous contribution to a 401K plan whether or not you participate, and an additional contribution from the company when you participate in the plan
Investment in your growth through Tuition Reimbursement and a generous training budget