EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICES COORDINATOR
Full-time (40-hours/week) position under the
general direction of the Director of Research and Clinical Training. This
position is designed for a clinically
licensed mental health professional with experience in training staff on Evidence-Based Practices (in particular MAP) as
well as Mental Health topics such as assessment, clinical diagnosis, and treatment planning. This individual is responsible
for the development, implementation, and sustainment of infrastructural systems
and processes related to supporting clinical staffs' ability to effectively
provide coordinated, evidence-based
mental health care to youths and adults.
Position responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
agency-wide evaluations regarding staff EBP skills and identify infrastructural
and training needs of clinical staff.
coordination with departments to establish strategy planning for EBP
broad knowledge and expertise regarding 'best practices' and evidence-based
treatments including the emergence of new practices and evolving efficacy of
- Oversee the
development of training curricula to certify clinical staff in agency EBPs (in
and implement agency-wide EBP training.
and implement booster training for EBP
topics within the agency.
on-going training to implement
measurement tools, data collection, and evaluation procedures and CQI practices
as it relates to EBPs.
- Take a lead
role in research and evaluation projects relevant to understanding the utilization
and effectiveness of EBPs.
external meetings, training, symposiums,
webinars surrounding the use of
evidence-based practices and associated outcome measurement tools.
- Will see
clients on an as-needed basis to build
knowledge and skills surrounding clinical staff training needs.
requirements include, but not limited to:
- Education: Licensed Psychologist registered with the CA
Board of Psychology or LCSW/LMFT registered with the CA Board of Behavioral Sciences.
- Minimum Experience:
4 years in a related field.
- Two years of post-licensure (preferred).
as MAP Therapist (preferred)
- Certification as Agency MAP
training and certification in Evidence-Based
Practices, preferably in TF-CBT, PCIT, PPP, I-CBT, Seeking Safety.
- Knowledge of California
laws, requirements, and ethics surrounding the provision of clinical training
and the practice of psychotherapy.
- Working knowledge of DMH and
DCFS policies and procedures (preferred).
- Up to date
with current trends impacting the supervision and training of Clinical
Psychology and Marriage and Family Therapy and Social Work Interns &
- Understanding of routine social
science research methods in a human services environment.
- Prior research
or program evaluation experience (preferred).
necessary to engage and work with others from diverse backgrounds.
Location: Altadena, CA