Southwest Human Development

In-Home ACASI Clinical Supervisor

Job Locations US-AZ-Phoenix
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/1/2018 7:02 PM)
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# of Openings
Social Services


Southwest Human Development, Inc. is currently seeking a limited part-time Clinical Supervisor for our In-Home Services counselors and other counselors in the agency who are pursuing licensure through the AZ Board of Behavioral Health (AZBBHE). We anticipate needing approximately 5-10 hours per week.


Our counselors provide mental health services for families who deemed at risk for child abuse and neglect who are referred by the Arizona Department of Child Services. Additionally, we have a program with NAU’s Family Violence Institute for children who have lost a parent to intimate partner homicide. The Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for a) providing clinical oversight on cases b) conducting individual and group supervision, c) reviewing and providing instruction regarding assessments, treatment plans, and diagnoses, d) directly observing staff e) evaluation supervisee performance and f) maintaining documentation as required by the AZBBHE.



  • Master’s degree in social work, counseling or related behavioral health field.
  • Significant experience providing child and family counseling services for a wide variety of populations and for a wide variety of mental health issues including trauma, substance abuse, domestic violence, mood disorders, etc.
  • Must hold an active and unrestricted license to practice behavioral health at the independent level. Licensed Professional Counselors preferred but other disciplines (LMFT, LCSW) may apply.
  • Must maintain compliance with educational requirements specified in AZBBHE R4-6-214
  • Experience providing clinical supervision strongly preferred.
  • Must possess thorough knowledge of the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health requirements for independent licensure and clinical supervision.
  • Knowledge of the special needs of children and their families.
  • Knowledge of counseling theories and evidenced based interventions for general mental health population.
  • Experience working within the child welfare population preferred.
  • Experience with economically disadvantaged and/or culturally diverse populations.



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