Part-Time Therapeutic Support Staff (TSS)
Facilitate the development of social competencies and the
overall emotional development of children and adolescents ages 3-21. Help children diagnosed with a psychiatric
condition achieve maximum overall functioning while preventing the need for out
of the home or alternative school placement.
Conduct services within various settings, including in the home,
community, or school. Use an
eco-systemic approach to establish collaborative relationships with the family
and within the community and utilize all possible resources for the benefit of
the child and family. Work with
individuals to transfer skills and strategies learned back to the parents or
other responsible individuals. Hours may vary depending upon the client's needs.
Clinical Responsibilities: Engage families in the treatment process. Contribute to the ongoing development of the
child’s individual treatment plan and crisis plan by communicating to the lead
clinicians any strengths, coping skills, and protective factors that will
enhance the effectiveness of treatment. Use strength based approaches and a
positive attitude in dealing with the child and family. Follow the treatment
plan as outlined by the lead clinician. Engage the child in specific interventions
from the treatment plan during each session in a sequential manner. Work
with the lead clinician to develop therapeutic activities. Teach child
and family specific skills and competency development. Engage the child and
family in specific activities, therapeutic interventions, and community based
activities. Transport the child and
family to community activities. Engage parents or other extended family members
in interventions with the child to transfer skills and foster positive
child/parent relations. Work in a team relationship with the lead clinician or
other treatment providers in an effort to provide a highly collaborative
treatment system. Build a positive and
collaborative relationship with the teachers and appropriate staff in the schools
and programs where they are providing service. Engage
teachers or other appropriate staff in interventions in order to transfer
skills. Collect data as requested. Attend and participate in all
required supervision sessions and training to meet state guidelines. Complete
a daily progress report. Maintain high quality records.
Must have a Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, counseling,
sociology, education, criminal justice, or a similar human service field, a
valid PA driver’s license, and car insurance.
Supervisor/Consultant for BHRS Autism Program
This position will help create and supervise a small, high
quality, outcome-driven BHRS Autism Program.
This position will develop a training program for all clinical staff and
facilitate opportunities for staff development through consultation, coaching,
collaboration, and supervision. This position may also be augmented with
direct service billable hours to make a full-time position for the right
- Master’s Degree
- Professional PA License in Social Work,
Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, or Behavioral Specialist License
- 2 years of clinical experience
- A minimum of 1 year of successful clinical
- Act 33, 34, and FBI clearance
All positions require the necessary child abuse clearances: PA Child Abuse Clearance, PA Criminal Background Check and FBI Federal Background Clearance
Blair Family Solutions, LLC offers competitive
salaries and benefits to all full-time employees.
Medical Insurance ● Dental
Insurance ● Vision Insurance ● Health Savings Accounts ● Paid Time Off ●
Flexible Work Schedules ● Aflac Plans
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.