Behavior Health Therapist
Children's Services

Position Purpose

The Level 2 EIDBI provider ensures that the focus of the Individual Treatment Plan (ITP) is the development and delivery of early intervention strategies with children and families impacted by neurodevelopment disorders, complex trauma, and high-stress factors to youth and families from multicultural, underserved communities. The individual treatment plan (ITP) and all services provided take into consideration the person's and family's values goals, preferences, culture, and language.

Essential Functions

Documents the services provided in the person's progress notes and /or health care plan as specified in EIDBI-Health service records.
Participate in developing and modifying the person's ITP
Participate in monitoring the person's progress on targeted goals and objectives and treatment outcomes, including data collection
Participate in the person's coordinated care conference, as determined by the QSP, and requested by the parent/primary caregiver
Perform all of the clinical supervision functions required by their professional licensing board and defined in the EIDBI Policy Manual
Provide family/caregiver training and counseling, as determined by the QSP, and identified in the person's ITP
Provide intervention, observation, and direction to Level II and III providers, as determined by the QSP, and identified in the person's ITP
Provide intervention services, as determined necessary in the CMDE, and identified in the person's ITP, with fidelity to the treatment method or modality necessary to promote progress on targeted goals and objectives
Receive required clinical supervision and intervention observation and direction, as identified in the person's ITP.

Position Qualifications & Requirements

Current and active with Board licensure in Minnesota as a licensed physician, advanced practice registered nurse (APRN), or a mental health professional as defined in MS 5245.4871. sub. 27 (1-6) which includes LP, LICSW, LMFT, or LPCC.
Meets MN Health Care Program certification requirements to conduct a Diagnostic Assessment (DA).
Currently enrolled with MHCP possessing an individual NPI #as a Level 1 Practitioner.
Meets MHCP certification requirements to conduct and formulate a Comprehensive Multi-Disciplinary Evaluation (CMDE).
Minimum of two years of clinical supervision experience.
Experience working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations and staff strongly preferred.
Cultural competencies and linguistic skills are strongly preferred.
Must meet at least one of the following requirements:
1. Be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral (BCBA-D) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB)
2. Have a master's degree from an accredited college or university in behavioral health, child development, or a related field (e.g., mental health, special education, social work, psychology, speech pathology, occupational therapy, etc.) and advanced certification (see advanced certification section) in one of the DHS-recognized treatment modalities (see EIDBI Treatment modalities)

Services will be performed in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area of the following seven (7) counties: Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington CountiesSalary Commensurate with experience