Indian Creek Foundation
  • Souderton, PA, USA
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Medical, Dental, Vision, 401-K, Employee Assistance Program, Tuition Reimbursement, Training

About our Behavior Health Program

Indian Creek Foundation's Behavioral Health Services department provides behavioral health supports to children and adults, who have an intellectual or developmental disability and mental health challenges.

Home and community based supports incorporate the use of positive approaches, relationship development, skill building and environmental adaptations to promote positive behaviors. Medication management and psychotherapy promote recovery and symptom management.

Services include: Intake/ Extended Assessment, Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services- Wraparound (BHRS), the Outpatient Mental Health Center, Therapeutic After School Program (TASP), Summer Therapeutic Activities Program (STAP), Transition Age Youth (TAY) Program, Peer Support Services, and Behavior Support and Social Skills Program.

General Responsibilities:

The Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS) Clinical Supervisor, provides clinical supervision to the Behavioral Health team members, including Behavioral Consultants and Mobile Therapists; acts a liaison between clinical team, families, and staff.

Candidate will be:

Supervised By: BHS Director

Supervises: Behavioral Consultants, Mobile Therapists

Basic Qualifications

Education/Training: Master's degree in social work, psychology or related field, which required a clinical or mental health direct service practicum; active Pennsylvania State License as a Behavior Specialist, Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor, Clinical Social Worker, or Licensed Psychologist.

Skill(s): Excellent written and oral communication; strong leadership skills; confident in a broad array of clinical approaches; ability to complete internal reviews and audits; excellent organizational skills and interpersonal skills; ability to negotiate conflict resolution; ability to facilitate effective team communication.

Experience: Minimum of 1 year of full-time post-graduate experience in the provision of mental health direct services to children, youth, or young adults. One year of supervisory experience preferred. Knowledge of the philosophy, process, and goals of IBHS.


  1. Monitors clinical quality of the program by reviewing behavior support plans, functional behavioral assessments, crisis plans, treatment plans, clinical progress updates, progress notes, and outcome measurements and assessment tools.
  2. Complete file audits routinely, and monitor general family satisfaction.
  3. Provides clinical supervision to Behavior Consultants and Mobile therapists at least one (1) hour per month, as well as on-site observation monitoring at least once every six (6) months.
  4. Clinical supervision will be provided to assigned supervisees through regularly scheduled supervision meetings, team meetings, trainings and clinical consultation for challenging cases.
  5. Develops individualized training plans for each supervisee. Ensure that initial and annual training requirements are met.
  6. Participate in monthly supervisory team meetings and one-on-one meetings with Director.
  7. Provides consistent feedback to supervisees through periodic and annual performance reviews.


  1. Provide behavior consultation services and/or mobile therapy services in order to stabilize the individual and family situation and to provide transfer of skill to parents/caregivers.

  1. Works all authorized hours in accordance to each individual's prescription for services.

  1. Collaborates with treatment team members in the development of goals and interventions. Write Functional Behavioral Assessment, Behavioral Support Plan, Individual Treatment Plan and Crisis Plan.

  1. Conduct monthly team meetings, and at least six-month reviews/assessments for each child on caseload.

  1. Complete assessment tools and monitor outcome measurement on each treatment goal.

  1. Provide transfer of skill to parents/caregivers through interventions such as modeling, parent coaching and interventions as written in the behavior plan.

  1. Clinically advise the behavioral health technician on behavioral interventions specific to the child/youth.

  1. Maintains communication with treatment team to report obstacles, progress and/or concerns about treatment.

  1. Attends monthly supervision.
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