Behavioral Health Outpatient Therapist (Bilingual Spanish) - Long Beach

Behavioral Health Outpatient Therapist Bilingual Spanish– Long Beach

Want to work for an award-winning non-profit organization that continues to be recognized for making a positive impact in communities? Come find out why Los Angeles Business Journal is calling us one of the “Best Places to Work!”

With more than a century of experience, All For Kids, formerly known as Children’s Bureau is a trusted nonprofit leader in strengthening vulnerable children, their parents and the communities in which they live. We thrive on innovation, thinking differently and bringing life-changing moments to those in need.

Understanding Our Core Values:

  • Collaboration: We view responsibilities as shared and provide support, feedback, motivation to others.
  • Equity Mindset: We stand by building an inclusive and equitable working environment. We believe everyone here within the organization enriches our diversity by exposing us to a broad range of ways to understand and engage with the world.
  • Mission-Driven: We performs duties in a manner that exemplify the Mission and Vision and ensure customer satisfaction. Customers of All For Kids are defined as clients, families, co-workers and vendors.
  • Ownership: We effectively manage our own work, and the work of our teams when relevant, ensuring delivery of high-quality work.
  • Initiative: We proactively seeks opportunities to develop self and serve the organization.
  • Communication: We demonstrate empathy and listening.

Benefits and Perks:

  • Robust benefits package
  • Generous paid time off and a culture that promotes work life balance.
  • Selfcare opportunities, employee engagement initiatives and an extensive health and wellness program offered for all staff.
  • A culture that cultivates learning and promotes growth and development through our award-winning internal university.
  • Trauma Informed Resilience Oriented Care (TIROC): We build trust for our communities by implementing trauma informed values in the work that we do.
  • Recognized as “DEI Non-Profit of the Year” by Los Angeles Business Journal

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All For Kids proudly is committed and supportive of complete pay transparency.

The position of Behavioral Health Outpatient Therapist will pay $66,560 for unlicensed Therapists and $72,560 for licensed Therapists.

Differentials that apply: 

Bilingual Spanish Speaking Differential: $5000 annually

Additionally, the lifespan compensation range of this position is:

Unlicensed Therapist: $66,560- $71,560

Licensed Therapist: $72,560- $77,560

Must have Covid-19 Vaccine and Booster.

Learn more about the Job:

The purpose for this role is to implement Outpatient Services to eligible children and their families that are integrated, individualized, and tailored to the outpatients needs. The Licensed Therapist provides clinical interventions designed to reduce mental health impairments, promote client and family safety, and increase family stability for the client and family.

The Outpatient Therapist also provides family, individual, conjoint, and group psychotherapy as necessary to promote the development of parenting/child management skills consistent with maintaining an environment that is both safe and sufficiently structured to support the safe and successful residence of the client in the community. This role promotes family-centered, strengths-based approaches to service delivery that encourage functioning in the school and home environments.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Under the general oversight of the Program Supervisor of his/her designee, conduct DMH Intake Assessment and Clinical Diagnostic Evaluation, provide coordination of treatment planning and implementation, and develop the service plans.
  • Demonstrate intervention techniques and provide behavioral interventions in a manner consistent with the individualized service plan and mental health objectives.
  • Provide family, individual, conjoint, and group psychotherapeutic interventions that are school and family centered, and strengths based.
  • Achieve established service delivery / productivity expectation of 65% of a 40-hour work week.
  • Meet the documentation standards of completing all documentation per DMH and CB policy within 24 hours from date of service.
  • Provide system-oriented interventions for each client's family, foster family, and support system. System interventions include a full range of collaborative activities with other members of the mental health treatment team and interagency teams.
  • Provide direct case management interventions as required.
  • Participate in weekly Utilization Management supervision, monthly clinical supervision, and Evidenced Based Practice group sessions as required.
  • Work closely with case managers, TBS Workers, Behavioral Specialists, and other therapists as available to facilitate implementation of the child/family treatment plan.
  • Complete all charting/paperwork within the same day of service delivery and ensure all billable activity is entered on time.
  • Document 100% of activity in compliance with State of California Standards for Medi-Cal, Short-Doyle, EPSDT service delivery.
  • Attend and participate in all training events focused on service philosophy, efficiency issues, and clinical delivery issues as approved by Program Supervisor.
  • Participate in outcome-oriented data collection for Program Evaluation.
  • Participate in a multi-cultural team approach that is sensitive to the cultural and linguistic needs of the families served.
  • Maintain confidentiality in matters of agency operations, personnel, and clients.
  • As a mandated reporter, must follow child abuse reporting guidelines and report all suspicions of child abuse and/or neglect.

Job Qualifications:

  • Two (2) years direct service experience with severely emotionally disturbed clients in an inpatient or outpatient health care setting (internship and/or practicum time may be substituted).
  • One (1) year case management experience preferred.
  • Master's degree in psychology, social work, childcare counseling, education or development from an accredited college or university is required.
  • Valid California driver's license
  • Licensure as either Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT), Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW), or Registered Psychologist in active status with State of California Board of Behavioral Sciences or Board of Psychology.
  • Bilingual Spanish

We value inclusivity and support our employees diverse needs.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand or sit; walk; use hands and talk or hear. Fine motor skills such as typing, and the use of a computer mouse is required. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. If you are unable to perform any of the above abilities and require special accommodations to do so, please advise your recruiter. We’re dedicated to fostering an environment where everyone can excel.