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Job Summary

CNV Help, Inc.
Waterbury, CT 06708
Healthcare Services
Nonprofit Charitable Organizations
Job Type
Full Time
Years of Experience
2+ to 5 Years
Education Level
Master's Degree
Career Level
Manager (Manager/Supervisor of Staff)

Clinical Supervisor

About the Job

Minimum Qualification 
Advanced degree, in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, or related field and three year's experience in a similar or allied field.
Experience with clients living with chronic mental illness is required.

Duties: Accountable for assisting Program Directors in all aspects of counseling services, including, but not limited to, the following:


                                         Responsibilities to Clients


o   Ensuring the safety, security and wellbeing of clients at all times

o   Meet regularly with program staff for discussion, guidance and monitoring of each client

o   Serve as a suitable role model for agency clients


Responsibilities to Staff

o   Serve as a coach, mentor, and resource to the program staff members

o   Instruct counselors in improving counseling intervention and problem-solving techniques

o   Help counselors develop improved listening and interpretive skills used in working with clients 

o   Assist staff through individual and group conferences in analyzing case problems and improving counseling skills and techniques

o   May provide and/or facilitate individual, group, or family counseling sessions, if required as a teaching instrument, or at the request of the Executive Director or supervisor 

o   Review regularly client service documents (e.g., plans, progress notes, plan reviews and revisions).  Discuss with counselors methods for initiating, maintaining, revising and improving client treatment plans

o   Accountable for providing an ongoing training for program staff members through case conferences and facilitating regular staff in-services



o   Assist Program Director in assuring that all client records are in compliance with agency procedures and with pertinent state and federal regulations and conduct regularly scheduled chart reviews.   

o   Following agency procedures, document accurately, completely and in a timely fashion all interactions, important events, progress changes, incidents, accidents, and any other pertinent information about each client.

o   Responsible for accurate and timely documentation of services provided

o   Provide reports as required by Program Director



o   Maintain clients’ confidentiality at all times, including 1- the federal Health Insurance and Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) pertaining to the confidentiality of records and patients’ rights, as detailed in HIPAA policy 6.1 and 6.2, 2- the federal regulations pertaining to the confidentiality of records for substance abuse clients, as contained in 42 CFR part 2, 3- the Connecticut General Statutes Section 52- 146d through, and 4- the Patients’ Rights, as contained in the Connecticut General Statutes, Section 17-206a through 17-206k.

o   Work in collaboration with Program Director and Assistant Director, as well as other staff members

o   Develop and maintain communication with other staff

o   Participates in, and may facilitate, regularly scheduled and special meetings, including agency committees with other staff to enhance the agency’s effectiveness

Programmatic Responsibilities

o   Assist in program planning and implementation 

o   Attend training as required to maintain professional licensure and as well as to enhance provision of service provided to program clients

o   Other duties as assigned by the Program Director.



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