Intensive Home-Based Therapist Supervisor

As an Intensive Home-Based Therapist Supervisor (IHBT-S), you’ll be at the forefront of change, working directly with youth and families to provide comprehensive counseling interventions, tailored to their unique needs, in a home-based setting. Your role will involve supervising IHBT practitioners in the provision of behavioral health treatment of youth with Serious Emotional Disturbances (SED) and their families

Location: Ashtabula County, Ohio

·Competitive Salary: $75,000-$77, 000 per year  

+ $5,000 – sign on bonus
+ $6000- in retention bonuses in first year

Professional Development – we are invested in your growth and success and offer ongoing training opportunities, CEU, and license coverage, and tuition reimbursement.

Supportive Work Environment – we are a team that is more than just colleagues, we’re a community. Experience a connected culture, where open communication, teamwork and respect is the norm.

Employee Well-being – Take advantage of a variety of benefits including a vacation, personal time, and sick time, health benefits, and financial supports such as student loan contribution and retirement planning, that help you to reach your own optimal wellbeing.


  • Oversee the provision of IHBT and appropriate evidence based practices to IHBT staff who carry a caseload of up to 6 youth/families.
  • Administer and supervise the completion of comprehensive mental health assessments including treatment recommendations as needed
  • Provide guidance and direction to staff when formulating treatment plans in collaboration with the youth, family members
  • Supervise the coordination and integration of all services defined in the treatment plan
  • Review and approve clinical assessments, treatment plans and discharge plans
  • Provide supervision and instruction as necessary in agency protocols, assessment methods, customer service and client de-escalation strategies
  • Ensure that the treatment programs and records comply with applicable clinical, ethical and regulatory standards
  • Provide weekly individual and group supervision of licensed clinicians designated as IHBT staff
  • Serve as back-up for IHBT staff as needed
  • Orient, train and onboard new IHBT staff in collaboration with other agency personnel
  • Work collaboratively with external and intra-agency practitioners, parents and other supports to achieve best outcomes for clients and families using the IHBT fidelity model
  • Complete and maintain clinical documentation within agency set timeframes
  • Participate in interdisciplinary clinical/administrative team meetings
  • Conceptualize mental health, behavioral and substance use disorders in a manner that incorporates knowledge of growth and development in youth and adults.
  • Assess and manage risk on an ongoing basis and adjust level of care and recommendations as needed.
  • Provide crisis intervention and response as needed (on call expectation)
  • Skills in applying varied interventions with individuals and families in crisis
  • Adhere to all IHBT Fidelity requirements at the Best Practices level
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, or a related field
  • Employee shall maintain current licensure by the appropriate body in the state of Ohio and shall practice only within the scope of their licensure.
  • All employees who provide mental health services shall be qualified to provide those services according to Chapter 5122-23 of the administrative code.
  • Clinical services can be only provided by staff members who have their license verified and have been approved by the Competency Assessment Committee and/or are privileged by the Board of Directors, or who are working under the supervision of a staff member whose competency has been approved and/or they are a privileged staff member.
  • Ancillary training/certifications: CPR, First Aid, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, IHBT fidelity model trainings
  • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to prioritize effectively and work independently
  • Ability to navigate computer software include Microsoft Word and the agencies ECR, CareLogic
  • Ability to engage clients and establish ongoing relationships
  • Skills associated with group facilitation and group member interaction

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