5 years paid full time professional experience in a State approved alcohol and drug treatment program with 3 years in direct alcohol / drug treatment and 2 years paid full-time experience in supervision in a State approved alcohol and drug treatment program. Applicant must submit verification of the degree and experience;
Applicant must be certified as an Advanced Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselor (ACADC) or Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) or nationally recognized equivalent (MAC, NCAC II) or current Master’s level licensure.
Training must include formal or didactic education (college credits, CEU’s) on Assessment / Evaluation, Counselor Development, Management / Administration, and Professional responsibilities. The training/education should be reflective of the 12 core functions in their clinical applications and practice, with a minimum of ten (10) hours in each of the 12 core functions.
Must have completed a Northwest Frontier Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NFATTC) Clinical Supervision Level 1 training at the time of hire or with in 6 months of hire date.
Clinical Supervision for Dual Diagnosis Enhanced Programs
Applicant must meet items 1-4 for Non-Dual Diagnosis Enhanced;
2) Applicant must hold a Master’s Degree, from an accredited, approved
and recognized college or university, in Health and Human Services and have a current a State License, such as: LCPC, LCSW, LMSW, LPC, MAC, MSN, PhD, MD, NP, PA, LMFT, etc.
3. THE NFATTC MODEL OF CLINICAL SUPERVISION
This model has been adopted State wide in Idaho as the model to be implemented by all provider agencies which provide clinical services on behalf of the State of Idaho through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare, monitored by Business Psychology Associates (BPA).
Observing counselors in their work. Observation can be “in person”, by video or audio for review by the clinical supervisor. Observations should be recorded on an Observation Sheet or Criteria Sheet.
Developing the Learning Plan. Learning Plans are developed for each counselor based on needs indicated from the rubrics, rating forms or from an observation by the clinical supervisor.