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Tennyson Center For Children
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Job Location: 
Denver Metro
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Job Category: 
Health & Mental Health
Job Description: 

Provides clinical case management as well as individual and family therapy for an evolving caseload of clients.  Works collaboratively from intake to discharge with internal and external multi-disciplinary team (MDT) members to ensure continuity and consistency of care for clients and families.  Provides clinical case direction and recommendations to both cottage and classroom milieus as well as the MDT. Actively participates in individual clinical supervision, clinical team meetings, and mirror team consultation.  Plans and conducts weekly therapy groups. Maintains up-to-date documentation and overall quality assurance for assigned clients. 

Areas of Responsibility
  • Able to conceptualize the therapeutic needs, strengths and direction of assigned cases. Identify case management needs, utilize CCAR, CANS and other assessment tools to formulate effective treatment planning. 
  • Develops and maintains an awareness of the admissions process and criteria for each level of care. 
  • Establishes criteria for client discharge from the time of intake. 
  • Conducts individual and family assessments and develops quality Service Plans, with particular attention to interventions, level of care and disposition planning. 
  • Completes in a timely manner documentation of individual and family sessions, case management contacts, monthly progress reports, group therapy notes and other required forms of paperwork. 
  • Facilitates monthly staff meetings with the MDT to ensure treatment plan implementation.  Attends other treatment-related meetings including county Human Services Team Decision-Making (TDM) meetings and/ or court hearings. 
  • Prepares for and attends internal psychiatric appointments with clients. 
  • Delivers weekly group therapy services in residential and/or day treatment environments. 
  • Completes other related duties as assigned.  
  • Master of Social Work or a graduate degree in a related field is required.
  • Post-graduate work experience treating families and children is preferred.
  • Family therapy, residential or inpatient experience is also preferred.
  • TCC requires that direct care providers be able to perform physical restraints or containments in cases where imminent risk of physical harm is present in children ages 5-18 years.

Employees working 30 or more hours can enroll in the following:   

An industry leading pension plan is also available to employees during open enrollment.   

Additional voluntary benefits are available directly through:   

Employee assistance plan is open to all employees for additional self-care:   

  • New Directions  
  • On site Chaplain for employee self care needs.        
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