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Behavioral Support Clinician - Mental Health

Location: Bristol, CT, United States
Schedule: M-F Flex

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Description

At Ability Beyond, you can be accepted, celebrated, & impactful!   
  
Location(s):  Greater Bristol Area – Young Adult Support Program
Hours: M-F Flex 40 Hour Full Time
Starting Salary: $45,240 / yearly with 1 year experience 
  
  
Responsibilities:    
  • Innovative Strategy Design: Develop creative strategies for effective behavioral support in group homes.
  • Specialized Behavioral Plans: Craft exciting, individualized plans for those with Developmental Disabilities and mental health needs.
  • Traumatic Brain Injury Leadership: Lead the development of support plans for individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury, providing staff education.
  • Clinical Documentation Excellence: Ensure meticulous clinical documentation, adhering to best practices in behavioral support.
  • Collaborative Planning: Work closely with families and treatment providers for seamless, collaborative planning processes.
  • Intake and Discharge Participation: Actively contribute to intake and discharge processes, shaping positive outcomes for young adults.
  • Dynamic Team Engagement: Join a dynamic team, celebrating passion and creating a positive and vibrant future for our community.
  • Community Impact: Play a vital role in creating a supportive environment for the well-being and growth of individuals.
Benefits:    
  • Extensive paid training and certification program
  • Generous benefit package (medical, dental, vision, pet insurance)
  • Paid time off (increases over years of service)
  • Self-directed retirement plan options (403B)
  • PSLF loan forgiveness eligibility
  • Access to an Employee Assistance Program including mental health resources
  • Ongoing diversity, equity, inclusion, & belonging initiatives
  • Accredited certification programs in direct care, leadership, and other specialties
  • Employee mentorship program
  • Opportunities for growth and advancement
  • A culture of appreciation, respect, and teamwork
Qualifications:    
  • Master’s Degree in social work, psychology, or related field; Bachelor’s degree candidates actively pursuing post-graduate degrees considered
  • Minimum two (2) years of experience with mental health populations
  • Various education and experience combinations will be considered
  • Demonstrated ability to balance autonomy with teamwork
  • Valid driver's license and vehicle
  • Eagerness to learn
  • Flexibility, adaptability, clear communication, and interpersonal skills
  • Resilience in managing diverse interaction styles  
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