Saint Francis Ministries is hiring IFP/FCT (Family Centered Treatment) clinicians in Alliance, Scottsbluff and Gering. FCT is an evidenced based intervention what works with the whole family and is rapidly growing in Nebraska. As a clinician, you would become certified in FCT at no cost to you. You would be part of a dynamic team of clinicians delivering quality services to families. You would receive weekly support and supervision, be provided with your own phone and lap top, benefit from flexible hours, and have excellent benefits. For full job description look at Saint Francis Ministries on line. IFP/FCT Therapist uses his/her abilities to provide intense in-home clinical family services, using the IFP/FCT therapeutic model.
Licensing: PLMHP, LMHP or LIMHP
Also Available: IFP Intern/Practicum Status
* Provides in-home therapy and family services to include: attendance at team meetings, assessments, educational needs, assists in forming a family support network, home-based support services and ancillary family-focused services
* Provides 24/7 crisis intervention for referred families including on-call rotation
* Engages the child and family in services through various assessments, including the four phases of treatment, Joining, Restructuring, Valuing Change, and Generalization.
* Establishing a support network by utilizing family, kinship, and community resources
* Enrolls in and completes the on line "Wheels of Change" FCT curriculum, required reading and becomes credentialed as an FCT therapist within one year of hire.
* Responsible for billable Medicaid hours and submitting necessary paperwork for Medicaid billing
* Provides a smooth transition when children are moved home from out of home placement
* Facilitates and documents all therapeutic contacts.
* Must utilize leadership, de-escalation, and motivational interviewing skills with the the clinical team and family.
* Documents all contacts with families and collaterals on agency database
* Completes reports for court and monthly reports to DHHS or other referring agency
* Liaison with DHHS, school personnel, and other community provider.
* Reports critical incidents to DHHS verbally within 12 hours, written within 24 hours
* Reports critical and unusual incidents to Risk Management.
* Assists in monitoring the overall client satisfaction of the program
* Meets with their Supervisor and FCT clinical supervisor weekly to review assigned cases and fidelity to the model.
* Submits requested reports to Supervisor
* Provides services within licensure and accreditation standards. Adheres to all pertinent SFM Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s), personnel policies and federal and state statutes and contractual terms
* Has working knowledge of and adheres to the IFP/FCT contractual requirements outlined by the DHHS contract
* Is knowledgeable of and follows all safety procedures