Provide individual and family therapy. This includes developing and implementing treatment plans, and family visit forms.
Consult and collaborate with residential and educational staff members, external providers, and other community professionals as needed.
Complete intake interviews, including completion of intake/referral forms.
Provide on-call coverage.
Facilitate regular team meetings.
Participate in trainings, develop expertise, and put into practice various aspects of Spurwink’s clinical model, with a particular emphasis on CARE, ARC and SCERTS.
Observe within classrooms, residences, or similar activity space for purposes of gathering data relative to a youngster's behavior, performance, and response to the environment (peers, staff, physical plant, etc.).
Participate in weekly group and individual supervision both with the program supervisor and the psychological supervisor.
Comply with job related paperwork requirements in a timely fashion.