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For each position, please see the Positional Requirements, List of Human Services and Related Fields Approved Degrees, and Clinical Experience Requirements prior to completing and submitting your Application and uploading your Resume
• Intensive In-Home Services Counselor (QMHP-C) • Mental Health Skill-Building Services Counselor (QMHP-A or QMHP-C) • Clinical Supervisor of IIH/MHSS (must be a LMHP or board approved Resident or Supervisee)
Human Services and Related Fields Approved DegreesHuman Services and Related Fields Approved Degrees is a list of all approved Bachelors or higher degrees that would meet the standard for QMHP’s. All degrees must be from schools that are listed as accredited on the U.S. Department of Education College Accreditation database found on the U.S. Department of Education website. Schools that are not listed on the database do not meet the standards as accredited. Degrees that have been obtained from schools outside the United States will be reviewed individually. Approved Degrees US Department of Education
Clinical Experience RequirementsFor QMHP-C’s the experience must be with children who have a serious emotional disturbance or mental illness. Clinical Experience means providing direct behavioral health services [ on a full-time basis or equivalent hours of part-time work ] to children and adolescents who have diagnoses of mental illness and includes supervised internships, supervised practicums, and supervised field experience [ for the purpose of Medicaid reimbursement of (i) Intensive In-Home Services, (ii) Day Treatment for children and adolescents, (iii) Community-Based Residential Services for children and adolescents who are younger than 21 years of age (Level A), or (iv) Therapeutic Behavioral Services (Level B) ]. For QMHP-A’s the experience must be with individuals 18 and older who have been diagnosed with a mental illness. Clinical Experience means providing direct services on a full-time basis [(or the equivalent part-time experience)] to individuals with medically-documented diagnoses of mental illness or intellectual/developmental disability or the provision of direct geriatric services or full-time [(or the equivalent part-time experience)] special education services [for the purpose of rendering (i) Mental Health Day Treatment/Partial Hospitalization, (ii) Intensive Community Treatment, (iii) Psychosocial Rehabilitation, (iv) Mental Health Support, (v) Crisis Stabilization, or (vi) Crisis Intervention Services]. Experience shall include supervised internships, supervised practicums, and or supervised field experience. QMHP-A’s & QMHP-C’s: Supervised internships, practicums and field experiences obtained as a part of a college degree program at an accredited college count towards the clinical experience requirement. The experience requirement is based on full time experience (40 hours a week). Partial credit towards the experience requirement can be counted on a prorated basis (i.e. 20 hours equals half time). Supervision should have been provided by an individual who meets DBHDS supervisory requirements.
Experience shall not include unsupervised internships, unsupervised practicums, and unsupervised field experience.