Job Description

Applies basic group facilitation techniques with clients on the Treasure Coast of Florida who meet the criteria for services. Reports to a Bachelor level or Master level PSR Group Supervisor.


Document services provided to clients and client’s progress in accordance with established procedures and requirements.

  1. Provide guidance, monitoring, evaluation and profess reports related to clients’ growth and treatment needs.
  2. Provide behavioral modification and guidance directed towards mainstreaming clients into appropriate treatment.
  3. Interact with clients in accordance with accepted mental health practices and program guidelines.
  4. Work cooperatively as a member of a treatment team.
  5. Internalize, and ensure that all personnel actions are in keeping with the Center’s mission to design and deliver behavioral health care services that meet customer needs while exceeding their expectations and promote resiliency, recovery, and reintegration into the community.
  6. Ensure actions meet or exceed the ethics standards for profession, the Center’s Code of Ethics and Conduct, and all prevailing laws.
  7. Demonstrate leadership through the maintenance of mandatory trainings, competencies and currency of required certifications such as AIDS, First Aid, CPR, and CPT or TEAM.
  8. Seek and communicate opportunities for improvement in the safety and support of patients and persons served within the environment of care.
  9. Participate in any required health screenings as required and practice the identification and reduction of infection to patients/persons served and coworkers.
  10. Internalize and practice the Center’s mission, vision and values.
  11. Advocates for the clients in the academic, judicial, and other systems.
  12. Empowers clients to advocate for themselves and become productive members of the community.
  13. Submits to Consultant documentation and fee for services (billing) on Mondays. The documentation must cover the prior week of services.
  14. Must follow Prior Authorization instructions for number of sessions, frequency, and allowed length of services.
  15. Follows HIPPA confidentiality requirements
  16. Follows data security requirements.
  17. Follows abuse reporting procedures
  18. Follows Agency policies and procedures.
  19. Fulfill in-service training requirements per Medicaid Community Behavioral Health Services Coverage and Limitations Handbook and/or other contracts.


  1. Minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college with a major in counseling, social work, psychology, nursing, rehabilitations, special education, health education or related human services field. In addition, the practitioner must have training in the treatment of behavioral health disorders, human growth and development, evaluations, assessments, treatment planning, basic counseling and behavioral management interventions, case management, documentation, psychopharmacology, abuse regulations, patient‘s rights and especial clinical circumstances such as emergencies, suicide, and out of control behavior, and is under the supervision of a master’s level practitioner.