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Supervisor, Social Work - Psych - Health Integration Program
Date Posted: 03/01/2024
Requisition Number: 5739
Location: CHA Cambridge
Work Days: M-F 8 hours/day
Category: Social Work
Department: Psych - Health Integration Program
Job Type: Full Time
Work Shift: Day / Evening
Union Name: Union of Social Workers
Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) is seeking a Team Leader for RISE, our Early Psychosis Program. RISE is part of the Massachusetts Early Psychosis Network and is guided by the NAVIGATE model for coordinated specialty care. Responsible for the evaluation and treatment of an assigned caseload of clients, providing a range of psychosocial care. Works autonomously and provides administrative as well as clinical supervision to staff (social workers and others) and trainees (social workers and others). May provide programmatic administrative leadership, such as leading a team.
Responsibilities of the Team Leader include:
Collaborate with RISE Director to provide program leadership and oversight of all clinical care provided by the RISE team.
Provide clinical duties include conducting some intakes, evaluations, and referrals for adults and/or families with early psychosis, as well as providing treatment to a portion of patients in the program.
Work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary and multispecialty team setting.
Participate in teaching opportunities within the CHA system and other area organizations
Possibility of providing supervision of psychology interns and post-doctoral fellows, or social work interns and fellows.
Candidates must have LICSW licensure in MA with a minimum of 2 years clinical experience with psychotic patients, with a preference for clinicians with familiarity or training in the Navigate Model of Care for First Episode Psychosis and experience working with patients with early onset psychotic illnesses and their families.
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