Chemical Dependency Professional Supervisor
Under direction of the Behavioral Health Program Manager, the Chemical Dependency Professional Supervisor provides chemical dependency treatment services for youth in an outpatient program. Treatment services are delivered in a school setting. The Chemical Dependency Professional Supervisor also provides supervision for Chemical Dependency Professional Trainees (CDPTs).
- Provide required supervision of CDPTs, including direct training and supervision and approval of assessments and case notes.
- Conduct youth screening, assessment using American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) placement criteria and referral services for identified youth.
- Provide outpatient treatment services, including group and individual counseling, and educational programs and services for youth and their families.
- Assist youth and their families in overcoming treatment barriers, accessing other services, and developing a supportive recovery life style.
- Provide coverage of treatment and early intervention services as needed when staff are absent.
- Work collaboratively with Juvenile Probation Officers and the court to provide appropriate services for referrals from Juvenile Justice System.
- Work collaboratively with Student Assistance Professionals and other school staff to provide appropriate services for referrals from school system.
- Work collaboratively with other community providers and programs to provide services and referrals.
- Provide continuing care for youth who have completed outpatient treatment.
- Maintain and manage accurate patient records in accordance with WAC 246-341 and the ESD 112 Wellness and Treatment Services policies and procedures.
- Represent ESD 112 treatment program at all pre-court/court meetings and team meetings.
- Associates degree.
- Washington State Chemical Dependency Professional certification.
- Three years of experience providing Chemical Dependency services.
- Ability to meet CDP Clinical Supervisor requirements in accordance with chapter 246-811-049 WAC.
- Experienced case management and record keeping skills.