CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: • Contract will begin immediately and continue until further notice.
• The supervisor must maintain a current valid California License.
• Must have held that license for at least two (2) years and practiced psychotherapy or directly supervised trainees, interns, or associate clinical social workers (ASW) that perform psychotherapy as part of their clinical practice for at least two years within the last five-year period immediately preceding supervision.
• Supervision will consist of individual and group formats.
• The Board requires supervisors of marriage and family therapist interns (MFTI) or trainees (MFTT) to complete a minimum of six (6) hours of supervision training or coursework within two (2) years immediately preceding supervision (or within 60 days of commencement of supervision) and every renewal period thereafter.
• The Board requires supervisors of ASW's to complete a minimum of 15 contact hours in supervision training prior to the commencement of supervision.
• Both the 6 hour and 15 hour courses must be taken through an accredited or approved school, a state agency, or an approved Continuing Education Provider. A course taken through an on-line approved provider will also be accepted. Supervisors are the retain documentation verifying completion of this requirement and must provide it upon written request.
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: • ASWs are required to obtain 1,700 hours of the total 3,200 of post-master's degree experience under a LCSW to qualify for licensure.
• Out of the 52 weeks of individual supervision, ASWs are required to be supervised by an LCSW for 13 of those 52 weeks.
• A trainee is permitted to earn a maximum of 1,300 hours of experience overall prior to the degree being awarded. Up to 750 hours of counseling and supervision are permitted within the 1,300 hour maximum.
• All interns and trainees are required to have individual supervision for at least 52 weeks.
The Transitional Support Services Solano (TSS Solano) program provides community support services to adults living with co-occurring psychiatric disorders and developmental disabilities. All services support the successful integration of more fully living in the community. Participants gain a sense of purpose, independence, and the knowledge that neither their developmental nor psychiatric disorder should limit their ability to lead meaningful lives.
QUALIFICATIONS: • Current licensure as a LCSW/MFT/Psychologist or valid registration with the CABBS as an ASW/MFTI
• Valid California driver's license, current vehicle insurance and driving record acceptable to Turning Point's vehicle insurance company and the Vehicle Driving and Maintenance Policy. Possesses and maintains a safe and reliable form of vehicular transportation excluding motorcycles.
Internal Number: SOC-18-00052
About Turning Point Community Programs
Turning Point Community Programs provides integrated, cost-effective mental health services, employment and housing for adults, children and their families that promote recovery, independence and self-sufficiency. We are committed to innovative and high quality services that assist adults and children with psychiatric, emotional and/or developmental disabilities in achieving their goals.
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