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Company: Stars Behavioral Health Group
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Career Level: Associate
Industries: Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech

Description

Named one of the best places to work in California!

 

We are committed to providing a  career-enhancing environment for dedicated professionals desiring to make a difference in the lives of young people and their families. Stars Behavioral Health Group (SBHG) currently employs approximately 1,700 people at more than 45 different sites throughout California in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Fresno, Central Valley, Stanislaus, Santa Clara, Alameda, and Sacramento counties. We serve more than 30,000 children, youth and families annually throughout the state.

 

Our experienced staff of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Social Workers, Mental Health Specialists, Parent Partners and other therapists/counselors provide case management, mental health care and a range of support services in schools, homes or other community settings.  Our dedicated teams work collaboratively and in partnership with family members, school administrators and faculty, county social workers, case managers, probation officers and other agencies.

 Job Summary:  

The Intensive Home-Based Services (IHBS) Counselor primarily has responsibility for working with children in their home, out of home placement, and school environment. The IHBS Counselor works with children and their families to provide a large variety of services ranging from behavior management, behavior modification, transportation, respite care, school aid, crisis intervention, self-help skill building, vocational training and other services as needed to provide “whatever it takes” to make a successful and permanent placement for the child, The IHBS Counselor's duties are coordinated by the CFS/IHBS Coordinator. IHBS Counselor is part of the Child and Family Team and will assist other team members as needed to provide services to families or assist with case management or developing plans for the family. The IHBS Counselor will attend Child Family Team meetings regularly, will actively participate in the CFT process, assisting the facilitator whenever is appropriate, and will document interventions/services.

 

Job Duties:

  • Attends and actively participates in Child Family Team Meetings, included but not limited to charting, completing CFT Matrix & Action Grid, updates, brainstorming and behavioral support as needed.
  • Provides behavior management/behavior modification, skill-building, vocational training, school observations, school aide, crises intervention, self-help skills building and case management/linkage to services such as respite care and transportation.
  • Perform simple evaluations and outcome measures describing level of psychosocial impairment, physical health, self-care, potential support network, adequacy of living arrangements, financial status, employment status and potential training or educational needs.
  • Monitors child's/youth's progress at home, school, work, and other areas and assist with providing appropriate motivational support.
  • Assists caregiver in managing child's unstructured time by providing resources and teaching behavior management skills.

 

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

  • IHBS III: Bachelor's degree in Mental Health, Human Services, or closely related Field and One (1) year experience working with severely emotionally disturbed children and/or families
  • IHBS II: Associate degree in Mental Health, Human Services, or closely related Field and Two (2) year experience with severely emotionally disturbed children and/or families.
  • IHBS I: High school diploma or equivalent required and three (3) year experience with severely emotionally disturbed children and/or families
  • Valid California Driver's License

The Intensive Home-Based Services (IHBS) Counselor primarily has responsibility for working with children in their home, out of home placement, and school environment. The IHBS Counselor works with children and their families to provide a large variety of services ranging from behavior management, behavior modification, transportation, respite care, school aid, crisis intervention, self-help skill building, vocational training and other services as needed to provide “whatever it takes” to make a successful and permanent placement for the child, The IHBS Counselor's duties are coordinated by the CFS/IHBS Coordinator. IHBS Counselor is part of the Child and Family Team and will assist other team members as needed to provide services to families or assist with case management or developing plans for the family. The IHBS Counselor will attend Child Family Team meetings regularly, will actively participate in the CFT process, assisting the facilitator whenever is appropriate, and will document interventions/services.

 

Job Duties:

  • Attends and actively participates in Child Family Team Meetings, included but not limited to charting, completing CFT Matrix & Action Grid, updates, brainstorming and behavioral support as needed.
  • Provides behavior management/behavior modification, skill-building, vocational training, school observations, school aide, crises intervention, self-help skills building and case management/linkage to services such as respite care and transportation.
  • Perform simple evaluations and outcome measures describing level of psychosocial impairment, physical health, self-care, potential support network, adequacy of living arrangements, financial status, employment status and potential training or educational needs.
  • Monitors child's/youth's progress at home, school, work, and other areas and assist with providing appropriate motivational support.
  • Assists caregiver in managing child's unstructured time by providing resources and teaching behavior management skills.

 

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

  • IHBS III: Bachelor's degree in Mental Health, Human Services, or closely related Field and One (1) year experience working with severely emotionally disturbed children and/or families
  • IHBS II: Associate degree in Mental Health, Human Services, or closely related Field and Two (2) year experience with severely emotionally disturbed children and/or families.
  • IHBS I: High school diploma or equivalent required and three (3) year experience with severely emotionally disturbed children and/or families
  • Valid California Driver's License

We offer: 
 

  • DailyPay
  • MFTI and ACSW's receive supervision for BBS hours
  • Competitive compensation
  • Company paid benefits package including medical, dental and vision and many other voluntary benefits
  • Rewarding work environment with excellent opportunities for career growth
  • Excellent work/life balance including generous vacation and holiday pay
  • Meaningful relationships with your co-workers and the individuals we serve
  • Family-oriented environment
  • On the job training including paid CEU opportunities and career development
  • Flexible work schedule and environment
  • Mileage reimbursement
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