||Requires direct use of pragmatic (i.e. structural and functional) strategies for families, Individual therapy, use of cognitive behavioral techniques, Marital therapy and other usages of behaviorally-based approaches. Target behaviors systematically that will include school/academic, home and community. Implementation of interventions within or across systems in the youth’s natural ecology that affect or influence the behavior of youth (i.e. family, peers, school, and neighborhood).
||Effectively manage 4-5 intensive cases, conduct MST assessment including review of referral information, submit weekly cases summaries in a timely manner as well as incorporate weekly feedback from group/consult, identify and engage key participants/stakeholders, identify systemic strengths and weaknesses, develope ongoing analysis of the fit of problem behaviors within the ecological context. Possess the ability to align families with treatment principles that includes remaining positive and strength focused as well as present/action oriented and well defined when providing services. Maintain ongoing alignment with the MST Analytic Process. Collaborate with all relevant systems and key stakeholders within each system to ensure their buy-in and cooperation throughout MST treatment. Provide direct clinical treatment. Participate in all MST training, supervision, and consultation activities. Be available to the families 24/7.