Therapeutic Staff Support Job Description

Therapeutic Staff Support Job Description

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Therapeutic staff support provides client desktop support with basic level technical understanding and capability (Tier 1) in Microsoft Operating Systems, Microsoft Office Suite and computing in an enterprise network environment.

Therapeutic Staff Support Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

In-home or community based individual clinical meetings in order to assist youth under the age of 21 in achieving treatment goals set by master’s level in-home therapist
Direct treatment coordination with master’s level IHT to collaborate on treatment goals and interventions weekly
Assistance to youth in building various coping, life, social, behavior and emotion management skills
Implementing therapeutic interventions to address youth’s mental health, behavioral and emotional needs by education and practice in emotional identification and management and skills coaching
Care coordination with collateral contacts
Telephone coaching and support as needed
Completion of accurate documentation of all meetings and collateral contacts
Attendance at weekly staff meetings and supervision
In-home or community based individual clinical meetings to assist youth under the age of 21 in achieving treatment goals set by master's level in-home therapist
Work collaboratively with the Behavior Specialist Consultant, Program Director, and all team members to ensure the service plan is meeting the child’s needs and recommend other services as needed

Therapeutic Staff Support Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Education for Therapeutic Staff Support

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the therapeutic staff support job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Collage Degree in Psychology, Criminal Justice, Education, Social Work, Human Services, Sociology, Counseling, Theology, Religion, Divinity

Skills for Therapeutic Staff Support

Desired skills for therapeutic staff support include:

Basic Microsoft computer systems and an understanding of the internet

Desired experience for therapeutic staff support includes:

A valid Massachusetts driver’s license with willingness to drive 30% of the time
Daily access to a working, registered and insured vehicle (in your name)
Excellent in both written and verbal communications
Ability to independently plan and organize one’s own schedule and activities
Strong time management skills and origination skills
Applicant is required to own a vehicle that is registered under their name and be a licensed operator in Massachusetts

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