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Port Huron, Michigan

Approximate Salary:

Not Specified

Job Category:

Adult Psychology

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Position Type:


Required Experience:

5 - 10 years

Required Education:


Date Posted:

January 17, 2019

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Psychologist/Clinical Director


  • LMSW, LPC, or LP required
  • PhD or PsyD and licensed in the state of Michigan required
  • Certification through MCBAP as an Addition Counselor and Supervisor (CAADC and CCS certification) as required by PIHP
  • Licensed by the State of Michigan (LP, LMSW, LPC)
  • Approved application and assigned number from Medicare/Medicaid
  • Personnel Management - five years required
  • Minimum of five years of clinical experience required, with ten years desired

Overall Responsibilities:

The Clinical Director is responsible for the general management and operation of the clinical programs including policy and program development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of clinical staff and research-based treatment programming. He/she is responsible for carrying out any related tasks as assigned by the Executive Director. He/she is responsible to serve as an example for staff and to promote and enhance the skill, competency and efficiency of staff in all clinical areas.

Specific Responsibilities:

*Program Management*

  • To follow and enforce all I.M.P.A.C.T. and regulatory agency policies and procedures.
  • Attend all scheduled Agency clinical meetings (in person or via video conferencing).
  • To participate in regulatory agency reviews and audits (i.e. Medicaid, CMH, PIHP), assist management tear in the development of corrective action plan responses, and maintain all related files and correspondences.
  • Research new and/or revise various research-based individual and group therapies including recommending group treatments, provide training for group facilitators, monitor individual and group progress and reporting on treatment outcomes.
  • Continually monitor and evaluate current programming to certify the validity and effectiveness of treatment modalities used in group and individual programs.
  • To participate with the organization’s management staff with implementation of special programming involving the Agency.
  • To ensure that all records, files, logs and procedures are kept up to date and are completed in a timely and professional manner such that compliance with all regulatory agency standards is maintained through participation with the QI program.
  • Assist in the review and updating of all clinical paperwork required by I.M.P.A.C.T. and all regulatory agencies correctly, readable and on time.
  • Report to the Executive Director any change in programs and program needs.

Consumer Services

  • Report any suspected consumer abuse and/or neglect immediately
  • Assure the rights of all consumers are maintained at all times
  • As required. Insure individual, family, couples, and group therapy and advocacy for a all agency clients meets industry standards
  • Provide flexible appointment schedule for self and all clinicians, to ensure accessibility of client to services.
  • To maintain case records in full compliance with state and federal licensing, funding sources and accreditation standards through Utilization Reviews and Studies.
  • To assist staff with implementation of evidence-based therapeutic interventions.
  • Maintain a high standard of clinical knowledge and practice.


  • To provide oversight and general supervision to clinical programs.
  • To help monitor all of the Agency’s personnel policies and procedures as well as related professional codes of ethics.
  • To conduct employee performance evaluations annually as well as establishing professional development goals.
  • To assist with new employee clinical orientation and training with clinical staff within the required time frame as well as all re-certifications.
  • To report any problems or concerns to the Executive Director.
  • To promote an atmosphere that is positive, cooperative, and secure.

Staff Development/Training

  • To make recommendations for identified education/training needs.
  • Assist in the design and implementation of clinical staff training programs based on the identified needs of the Agency.
  • To attend selected conferences/trainings which benefit the Agency or facility.
  • Help train and educate interns and limited-licensed staff (if applicable) from various colleges and universities, for their length of stay, in all clinical techniques, ethics, and standards.
  • Help train clinicians at off site locations (as appropriate).
  • Assure the availability of training opportunities to all staff as funds allow.
  • Schedule, conduct and document clinical supervision meetings for all clinical staff.
  • To train staff on new forms and regulatory requirements.

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