Another Level Youth & Family Services is currently seeking Qualified Mental Health Professionals that have a passion to serve individuals and provide quality care. The Community Based Counselor will work with children, adolescents, adults and their families to assist them with managing mental health/behavioral issues and work towards maintaining placement in the home and/or community.

If you are seeking a job that is truly rewarding and allows you to have an impact on an individual’s life, come work for Another Level today! Another Level Youth & Family Services LLC that has been providing Mental Health Services for the past 10 years. We have programs for children, adolescents and adults. We have been an established company with an excellent track record for client care and satisfaction. We have never compromised on the quality and the services provided to the clients. We believe in keeping the clients needs at the forefront and providing resources that will ensure their success. We have an excellent staff who is dedicated to the mission of “Building people through Counseling, Compassion and Commitment.”

QUALIFICATIONS: • A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, or other Human Services related field, and experience providing mental health services to children, adolescents and/or adults. • Meet the criteria of a Qualified Mental Health Professional- Child (QMHP-C), Qualified Mental Health Professional-Adult (QMHP-A) and/or Qualified Mental Health Professional-Eligible (QMHP-E) per the Virginia Board of Counseling regulations. • Must hold a valid, current Commonwealth of VA Driver’s License and be insurable by the company’s liability insurance. • Other requirements as assigned by DMAS and/or licensure standards.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: • Engage individuals in individual and/or family sessions while providing psychoeducation, behavioral support and therapeutic interventions. • Utilize verbal de-escalation techniques and strategies to assist the individual with maintaining self-control. Educate the individual on and assist them with utilizing coping skills to manage behaviors and emotions. • Assess, evaluate and monitor the safety of individuals and others at all times. • Develop treatment plans based on recommended goals identified in the individual’s assessment. • Complete all required documentation which includes but not limited to, the tracking of all individualized behaviors, individual service plans, monthly reports, quarterly reports, discharge planning, progress notes and all related documentation in compliance with DMAS, Licensure and Another Level standards. • Engage in Care Coordination with other staff and community service providers to ensure the appropriateness of treatment modalities and services being provided. • Attend supervision and staff meetings to address the individual’s needs/progress and any administrative needs.