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The Clinical Director provides individual therapy and group psychotherapy. The Clinical Director conducts psychological evaluations and psychological testing. The Clinical Director is an active member of the treatment team, providing staff education as needed on psychological issues. The Clinical Director is responsible for developing; monitoring and implementing behavioral management plans as well as assigned responsibilities for quality assurance monitoring.
- Must be a graduate of psychology from an accredited university ( Ph.D. or Psy.D.)
- At least five (5) years’ experience in clinical psychology.
- Current license as a Psychologist in the State of South Carolina.
- Must be able to pass and maintain clearance for a Public Trust Position
- Provides individual and group psychotherapy, family therapy, design and implementation of individualized behavior plans, competency groups, and psycho-education.
- Provides psychological assessments, as well as psychological evaluations, and quality assurance reviews as required. Serves as a consultant to the multidisciplinary teams. Review of assessments, case presentations, and quantitative chart reviews.
- Supervises and trains the psychology students, provides training and education to the rest of the clinical team as needed, provides expert testimony to the court, serves on committees as indicated by AFA. Provides individual and group supervision to psychology interns. Demonstrates knowledge of ethical and related clinical principles.
- Performs as Head of the Specialized Behavioral Committee and its efforts, and initiatives in the hospital if applicable.
- Develop all new behavior management plans and oversees the collection of data on the target behaviors for the Behavior Plans with the approval of the treatment team members.
- The above responsibilities are a highlight of responsibilities and not a full list. Other responsibilities may be performed as assigned.