Detroit, MI, USA
The Delta-T Group has a clinical position which includes the administration and interpretation of psychological tests, provision of therapy/counseling to consumers, crisis intervention, case coordination and the development and monitoring of behavior management treatment plans. ? A significant amount of the work is performed in the community, including consumer's homes and other sites where consumers receive services. Position Qualifications: ? ??????? MA/MS/MSW + 1 Year Clinical Experience with the Developmentally Disabled. ? ??????? Required Certification/License: Michigan Limited License to practice as a Psychologist. ? Eligible to be credentialed through Pioneer ? ??????? Experience in administering and interpreting psychological testing, experience with developing and maintaining behavior management plans. Functional/Essential Position Responsibilities: ? ? ??????? ASSESSMENT/IMPLEMENTATION/MONITORING: Includes assessment of consumers in various settings to determine consumer's functioning level, maladaptive behaviors, development of behavior management treatment plans, implementation of the plan, monitoring effectiveness of plan, and redevelopment of treatment goals and objectives. ? ? ??????? THERAPY/COUNSELING: Includes regular scheduled individual, group and family activities of a psychotherapeutic or behavior management nature with the goal of maximizing consumer's level of functioning. ? ? ??????? TESTING/INTERPRETATION : Includes the testing of consumers in intelligence, functioning level, adaptive/maladaptive behaviors, interpretation of testing results, observation of consumers strengths and needs, documentation of testing results and participation of Informed Consent Board hearing. ? ? ??????? DOCUMENTATION : Includes complete, accurate and timely completion of clinical and statistical records to record staff activities. Completes other reports as required. ? ? ??????? PRODUCTIVITY : Minimum of 5 to 8 scheduled appointments per week; one week turnaround time for completion of reports. ? Location ? Detroit, MI ? Hours: ? 8:30am-5:00pm Please call Karriem ? for immediate consideration.
Washington, DC, USA
Psychiatrist provides psychiatric assessments to determine medication and treatment needs of identified mental health patients. Provides medication management and follow-up to patients. Collaborates with mental health therapists, case managers, substance abuse counselors and outside agencies to ensure coordination of care. The mission is to engage, collaborate with, and support adults, families, and children and youth in achieving optimal functioning in their community by maximizing recovery, resiliency and hope. We achieve this through our Home and Office Based Outpatient Services and Intensive In-Home Services. ASSERTIVE COMMUNITY TREATMENT (ACT) Assertive Community Treatment is a specialty service that involves a multi-disciplinary team approach offered in the adults? natural setting. ACT services are provided to individuals aged 18 and older with serious and persistent mental illness who also have one or more of the following: a pattern of frequent hospital admissions and/or homelessness, history of a long term hospitalization (s), a co-occurring disorder, involvement with the criminal justice system or who have not been successfully engaged in services and/or have not benefited from traditional mental health services. COMMUNITY BASED INTERVENTION (CBI) Community Based Intervention is offered in the child?s natural setting and is provided to children and youth aged 6 to 21 years and their families. Children/youth referred to CBI usually are struggling with emotional and/or behavioral issues that have not been addressed via traditional therapy, medication, or lower levels of care. CBI is a time limited intensive mental health intervention and wrap-around service and is intended to prevent the utilization of an out-of-home therapeutic resource by the consumer. Services include counseling, skill building, case management, and referral to community based sources of support. TRANSITION TO INDEPENDENCE PROCESS (TIP) The Transition to Independence Process system prepares youth and young adults with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders (EBD) for their movement into adult roles through an individualized process, engaging them in their own futures planning process, as well as providing developmentally-appropriate services and supports. The TIP model involves youth and young adults (ages 14-29), their families, and other informal key players in a process that facilitates their movement towards greater self-sufficiency and successful achievement of their goals. Young people are encouraged to explore their interests and futures as related to each of the transition domains: employment and career, education, living situation, personal effectiveness/well being, and community-life functioning. QUALIFICATIONS ? Possession of a medical degree (M.D.) from an accredited school of medicine ? Completion of a psychiatric residency program ? One year of experience as a psychiatrist in a mental health, clinic, program, or correctional facility (preferred) ? Certified across the life span (children and adults)
Milford, CT, USA
Requirements: ? Must have current CPR, First Aid and a background check will be performed. ? 1 year experience working in the human service field/ CNA experience is a Plus++ ? MAP certification is preferred but not required ? Valid Government Issued ID (Drivers License) ? Experience with individuals with developmental disabilities or mental illness as necessary and? individuals who are emotionally, behaviorally, and/or physically challenged ? Must be reliable and dependable with both the care you give as well as attendance. ? Ability to communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing ? High School Graduate/GED ? Residential Services This position is also offered at: -near Lincoln? -near Hanover -near Milford -near Princeton This position is responsible for working hands on with clients to achieve their goals. Responsibilities: ? Assisting residents with daily living skills including cleaning and cooking as needed. ? Provide residents with daily nutrition needs by preparing meals and planning menus. ? Ensure household chores are completed daily and as scheduled to maintain cleanliness of the home. ? Assisting consumers with medications and assisting with bathing, feeding and diapering. (some residents are independent and other require additional care) ? Facilitate rehabilitation and integration into community life by proving companionship and creating a positive environment. ? Escorting residents and guiding them in individualized program plans and leisure activities e.g. outdoor activities. ? Ensure all activities are designed to foster growth to each individual's highest level of accomplishment. ? Ensure all care and services are delivered in a climate of normalization, caring and concern. ? Continually monitor and assess client needs. ? Transporting consumers to appointments (as needed) Opportunity for anyone who has worked as :? DSP, Direct Support, Direct Care, HHA, Home Health Aide, Home Health, PCA, personal care assistant, personal care, residential aid, residential aide, CNA, certified nurse aid, certified nurse aide, certified nurse assistant, certified nurse aide, BHT, MHT, behavioral health, mental health, psych tech, ADL, autism, DDD, IDD, group home, assisted daily living. Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary, Contract
Bridgeport, CT, USA
Delta T Group is looking for School Psychologists for opportunities with our clients located in the greater Bridgeport area of CT. Day to Day: ? Conduct screenings, create therapy plans, and manage scheduling ? Connect students to resources as appropriate ? Providing diagnostic/evaluation testing for students ? Communicate with appropriate personnel (staff, family) about student? progress and challenges ? Practice positive reinforcement in response to student behavior ? Study and implement behavioral management techniques specific to individual students ? Confer with appropriate personnel? about disciplinary and behavioral issues with students Requirements: ? CT School Psychologist Certification? ? Fingerprint background check will be required ? Copy of highest Level of Education ? 3 Professional References (2 supervisor & 1 co-worker) ? Current Resume ? Current CPR What?s In It For You? ? Opportunities are available all over the state! ? Delta-T Group schedules are flexible.? We offer all sorts of assignments, up to 40-hours per week.? Provide us with your availability, and we will match you with work.
Hampshire, IL 60140, USA
Delta-T Group is looking for a School social worker who is outgoing and energetic who will maintain case files and reports to track student problems and progress and to recognize patterns in behavior. Once issues or behavior problems have been identified, school social workers assist in remediation by providing counseling, treatment plans or workshops. Valid Illinois Professional Educators License Social Work Endorsement Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree Experience managing and creating Individual Education Plans (IEPs) Must be able to work flexible hours to meet the needs of students Experienced with special needs students and their parents State of IL Background Check DCFS Child Abuse Clearance 3 Supervisory References