Children’s Bureau, Inc. is a private nonprofit that has served children and families since 1851 and we’re here because many families need help to overcome the challenges that sometimes lead to unhealthy behaviors and threaten a child’s well-being.

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Benefits:

  • Medical, Dental and Vision
  • Voluntary FSA
  • Employer paid Life, Short Term Disability and Long Term Disability
  • Generous PTO policy
  • Annual Tuition Reimbursement
  • 401k match
  • Cell phone discounts
  • Furniture discounts
  • Car discounts
  • Wellness discounts

Bachelor Degree Positions:

  • Case Manager – Home Based Services – Full/Part time (Terre Haute, Muncie, Anderson, New Whiteland) – Bachelors in social work or related field
  • Case Manager – Home Based Services – Full time (Indianapolis) – Bachelors in SW or related field with 5 years related experience
  • Executive Assistant – Full time (Indianapolis) – Bachelors Degree preferred w/ 5 years experience in an administrative support role
  • Liaison – Community Partners  Full time (New Whiteland, Marion County) Bachelors in SW or related degree OR Bachelors in combination with 3 years exp in human services OR Associates degree in related human services field with 3 years experience working in human services OR HS Diploma with 5 years exp working with families in human service field

Master Degree Positions: 

*All positions open immediately
*Must be 21 years of age to apply

Case Manager-Home Based Services

This position collaborates with our internal treatment team as well as community agencies to directly advocate for at-risk children and families, providing critical needs assessments, prevention and intervention services, and progress monitoring. This position will have, or has the potential to have direct contact, on a regular and continuing basis, with children who are under the direct supervision of the agency.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Family Progress - Monitoring and Coaching (50 %)

  • Coach collaboratively – maintaining a balance between teaching and serving
  • Visit each youth/family on a routine and ‘pop in’ schedule
  • Assist youth/families in achieving their goals
  • Provide education and support to youth/families
  • Provide transportation to youth/families as needed
  • Attend court with clients and render recommendations
  • Communicate with schools and various institutions related to youth/family matters
  • Respond to all crisis calls and manage those situations

Service Plans / Goal Development (20 %)

  • Create plans, including goals, for each youth/family
  • Review and update plans and goals
  • Develop a network of relationships with agencies in the community
  • Work collaboratively with other social welfare agencies
  • Refer when appropriate to community agencies based on needs

Intake and Needs Assessment (15 %)

  • Determine ‘crisis’ situations
  • Visit each youth/family to gather necessary information to complete the assessment
  • Adhere to and follow Children’s Bureau professional standards

Reporting (15 %)

  • Maintain case and agency paperwork according to standards
  • Prepare written reports for the Department of Child Services / Probation office within identified timeframes

JOB REQUIREMENTS: To be successful in this role, you need to have the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • A bachelor’s degree in social work or related field is required
  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Ability to travel between appointments in order to service clients within their community
  • A valid driver’s license and insurance
  • Knowledgeable regarding social service systems within the state
  • Clear, effective communication skills
  • Knowledge of and adherence to current confidentiality practices
  • Appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences
  • Ability to develop and maintain relevant networks of key contacts
  • Adept prioritization and time management abilities

COMPETENCIES

Core Competencies

  • Compassionate – Genuinely cares about others and believes all people have the capacity to learn and grow
  • Client-focused - Accessible and service-oriented. Communicates in a way that builds trust and establishes rapport with others
  • Commitment to excellence - Takes personal accountability to pursue high standards, ethical practice, focus on meaningful results, and drive/implement necessary changes
  • Collaborative - Works collaboratively internally and externally in pursuit of the best solutions for clients
  • Passionate – Deeply committed to our mission of preserving and protecting the future of Indiana’s children

Position-specific Competencies

  • Independence and proactivity in taking action and resolving problems
  • Strategic thinking, analysis and planning
  • Attention to detail and follow-through
  • Ability to maintain composure in the face of unexpected challenges, surprises and trying circumstances

CRITICAL FUNCTIONAL SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE

  • Knowledgeable regarding social service systems within the state
  • Communicates clearly and effectively
  • Displays respect for and consistently follows confidentiality practices
  • Demonstrates appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences
  • Develops and maintains relevant network of key contacts
  • Adept prioritization and time management abilities

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Community Based work
  • Heavy exposure to PC and phones
  • Weekly, monthly and annual deadlines
  • Travel

Executive Assistant

POSITION SUMMARY: Provides a wide range of complex and confidential administrative support functions for the CEO.  Requires excellent communication, a high level of attention to detail and excellent interpersonal
skills. Serves as an intermediary between the executive and the board of directors, vendors, community stakeholders and employees. Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provides excellent internal and external customer service to CEO, board and others
  • Professionally and effectively communicate with Board members, donors, staff and stakeholders
  • Performs diversified and confidential administrative duties requiring comprehensive skill and knowledge of organization policies and procedures
  • Schedule meetings and prepare agendas, secure requested information and compile various reports for CEO
  • Accurately and efficiently manages scheduling and email of CEO, as well as many important documents
  • Plan events including meetings, luncheons and other gatherings
  • Record, produce, disseminate and archive minutes for Board activities and executive meetings
  • Thorough and timely completion of documentation such as expense reports, routine correspondence, writing contact reports, etc.
  • Works well independently and demonstrates excellent judgement
  • Represents the agency in a warm, professional manner


JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • A Bachelor’s degree is preferred, applicants without a degree will be considered with commensurate job experience
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in an administrative role
  • A valid driver's license and proof of insurance
  • Expert technology skills with mastery of entire Microsoft Suite
  • Clear, effective communications skills
  • Effective writing skills, including punctuation, spelling and grammar
  • Appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences
  • Excellent customer service and organizational skills
  • Excellent keyboard skills.

COMPETENCIES

Core Competencies

  • Compassionate – Genuinely cares about others and believes all people have the capacity to learn and grow
  • Client-focused - Accessible and service-oriented. Communicates in a way that builds trust and establishes rapport with others
  • Commitment to excellence - Takes personal accountability to pursue high standards, ethical practice, focus on meaningful results, and drive/implement necessary changes
  • Collaborative - Works collaboratively internally and externally in pursuit of the best solutions for clients
  • Passionate – Deeply committed to our mission of preserving and protecting the future of Indiana’s children

POSITION SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES:

  • Ability to multi-task while ensuring accuracy of work
  • Helpful, accommodating approach to meeting the needs of internal and external customers
  • Precise and accurate with details, reports and forms
  • Ability to maintain a confidential and professional manner at all times

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Office environment
  • Heavy exposure to PC and phones
  • Weekly, monthly and annual deadlines

Liaison-Community Partners

POSITION SUMMARY: The Liaison is responsible for collaborating with community agencies and resources to directly advocate for at-risk children and families in order to facilitate critical needs assessments, prevention, and progress monitoring services for referral families.

This position will have, or has the potential to have direct contact, on a regular and continuing basis, with children who are under the direct supervision of the agency.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Referral Family Support (70%)

  • Conscientiously gain insight and information about referral family needs and their community environment in order to lead families through the Children’s Bureau goal-setting process
  • Proactively seek to provide various home based services and resource connections to at-risk families
  • Initiate referrals and connections with local community supports and services
  • Clearly advocate for and provide support to referral families in order to meet and exceed individual family progress goals
  • Attentively provide transportation to families, as needed, in order to attend programs and appointments to meet their goals
  • Quickly assist during crisis situations, as needed

Community Engagement (30%)

  • Comprehensively develop and maintain familiarity with community resources and maintain relationships with social workers and agencies, including school systems and other various institutions, related to the family
  • Efficiently and thoroughly complete required documentation

JOB REQUIREMENTS: To be successful in this role, you need to have the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, sociology, or a directly-related human service field from an accredited college OR Other Bachelor's degrees will be accepted in combination with a minimum of three years' experience working directly with families in a human service field OR Associate's degrees in a related human services field with a minimum of three years' experience working directly with families in a human service field OR High School Diploma or equivalent with a minimum of five years' experience working directly with families in a human service field
  • 2 + years of experience in social service for children or families
  • Experience in child development preferred
  • Knowledge of community resources services and programs a plus
  • Training in recognizing abuse or neglect a plus
  • Ability to handle a variety of situations that may arise during visitations
  • Excellent verbal and written communication, organization & time management skills
  • Valid driver’s license with valid insurance

COMPETENCIES

Core Competencies

  • Compassionate – Genuinely cares about others and believes all people have the capacity to learn and grow. 
  • Client-focused - Accessible and service-oriented. Communicates in a way that builds trust and establishes rapport with others.
  • Commitment to excellence - Takes personal accountability to pursue high standards, focuses on meaningful results, and drive/implement necessary changes.
  • Collaborative - Works collaboratively internally and externally in pursuit of the best solutions for clients.
  • Passionate – Deeply committed to our mission of preserving and protecting the future of Indiana’s children

Position-specific Competencies

  • Strategic Focus – Service-programming decisions are made with a big picture perspective of how to best serve the whole family in the larger community environment.
  • Clear Communicator – Communication with families and service providers is focused on serving needs in a clear, factual, direct way.
  • Rapid Responses – Quickly adapts and responds to a fast-paced, and often changing, environment.
  • Analytical – Carefully thought out decisions focused on achieving a high quality of life for referral families.

CRITICAL FUNCTIONAL SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE:

  • Ability to empower families to set goals and implement processes for change
  • Ability handle crisis situations that may arise in referral families
  • Ability to meeting deadlines
  • Clear and effective communication; collaborates and interacts well with a broad spectrum of individuals
  • Demonstrated appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences
  • Adept prioritization and time management abilities

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • Heavy exposure to PC and phones
  • Local travel
  • Availability to work outside of normal work day/week

Teaching Family Model Program Director

POSITION SUMMARY: This position is critical for providing program leadership and oversight to produce positive client outcomes and desired fiscal performance. The Teaching Family Model Program Director will also provide training, direct consultation, and certification evaluations to all Teaching Family Model program staff.

This position will have, or has the potential to have direct contact, on a regular and continuing basis, with children who are under the direct supervision of the agency.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Leadership / Management (55 %)

  • Provide the overall strategy and goals for the program
  • Ensure grantor / customer satisfaction
  • Ensure staff are meeting work product expectations
  • Hire, hold accountable and, if necessary, terminate program staff
  • Provide training, mentoring, coaching, and motivation  to program staff regarding the Teaching Family Model
  • Periodically observe staff practice and provide direct consultation to program staff regarding compliance with Teaching Family Model principles
  • Provide semi-annual certification evaluations for all program staff
  • Hold staff accountable to contractual service standards and ensure the processes and procedures are followed according to program standards
  • Ensure program compliance with Teaching Family Model principles and accreditation expectations
  • Respond to crisis calls from program staff
  • Work within the structure of DCS Region and Teaching Family Model

Relationship Development (25 %)

  • Build and maintain a strong network of relationships– DCS, foster parents, biological families, mental health agencies, schools and community agencies
  • Regularly collaborate and communicate to maintain and establish a strong referral network
  • Deliver educational presentations throughout the community to support recruitment
  • Proactively market and sell the program through one-on-one interactions

Financials (10 %)

  • Responsible for billing, budgets and contractual relationships within the program

Reporting (10 %)

  • Compile and analyze the data for recruitment and retention goals and outcomes
  • Compile and report Teaching Family Model data/outcome expectations
  • Maintain case and agency paperwork according to standards

JOB REQUIREMENTS: To be successful in this role, you need to have the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or a related Social Services field
  • A professional license is preferred but not required
  • A valid driver’s license and proof of insurance
  • Must be 21 years of age
  • Expert technology skills with mastery of entire Microsoft Suite including Internet and email
  • Clear, effective communications skills
  • Knowledge of and adherence to current confidentiality practices
  • Appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences

COMPETENCIES

Core Competencies

  • Compassionate – Genuinely cares about others and believes all people have the capacity to learn and grow. 
  • Client-focused - Accessible and service-oriented. Communicates in a way that builds trust and establishes rapport with others.
  • Commitment to excellence - Takes personal accountability to pursue high standards, ethical practice, focus on meaningful results, and drive/implement necessary changes.
  • Collaborative - Works collaboratively internally and externally in pursuit of the best solutions for clients.
  • Passionate – Deeply committed to our mission of preserving and protecting the future of Indiana’s children

Position-specific Competencies

  • Ensure program and staff compliance with Teaching Family Model principles
  • Strategic visioning, planning and results-orientation
  • Creation and maintenance of systems for talent management, fiscal accountability and relationship building
  • Organizational discipline and execution
  • Ability to quickly reprioritize tasks and address emergent situations

CRITICAL FUNCTIONAL SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE

  • Knowledge regarding the Teaching Family Model
  • Knowledge  regarding social service systems within the state
  • Knowledge of personal computers and mobile devices
  • Financial acumen including budgeting, billing and vendor management
  • Teamwork and collaboration
  • Performance management and coaching
  • Respect for confidentiality practices
  • Appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Office environment
  • Heavy exposure to PC and phones
  • Weekly, monthly and annual deadlines
  • On-call responsibilities
  • Travel

Director-Adoption

POSITION SUMMARY: This position is critical to ensuring adoption competent service provision to children and families involved in the Post Adoption Services and Wendy’s Wonderful Kids program. The ideal adoption director will provide program leadership and oversight to produce positive client outcomes and desired fiscal performance.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Leadership / Management (55 %)

  • Provide the overall strategy and goals for the Program
  • Ensure client/family and referral source satisfaction
  • Provide adoption competent service in an effective manner and ensure program staff do as well
  • Ensure client families have access to creative services to maintain their family
  • Follow best practice models for recruitment, matching and maintaining adoptive families
  • Hire, develop, hold accountable program staff
  • Mentor and coach staff through training, inspiration, motivation and encouragement
  • Hold staff accountable to service standards and ensure the processes and procedures are followed
  • Ensure client information and inquiries are managed in accordance with grantor goals and outcomes
  • Respond to crisis calls from program staff
  • Work within the local and national adoption community

Relationship Development (25 %)

  • Build and maintain a strong network of relationships– DCS, adoptive families, mental health agencies, schools and community agencies
  • Regularly collaborate and communicate to maintain and establish a strong referral network
  • Deliver educational presentations throughout the community to support recruitment

Financials (10 %)

  • Responsible for billing, budgets and contractual relationships within the program

Reporting (10 %)

  • Compile and analyze the data for child, family and program outcomes
  • Maintain case and agency paperwork according to standards

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  •  A Master’s degree in Social Work or related field
  • Valid professional licensure
  • 3 years of experience in adoption
  • A valid driver’s license and proof of insurance
  • Expert technology skills with mastery of entire Microsoft Suite including internet and email
  • Clear, effective communications skills
  • Knowledge of and adherence to current confidentiality practices
  • Appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences

COMPETENCIES

Core Competencies

  • Compassionate – Genuinely cares about others and believes all people have the capacity to learn and grow. 
  • Client-focused - Accessible and service-oriented. Communicates in a way that builds trust and establishes rapport with others.
  • Commitment to excellence - Takes personal accountability to pursue high standards, ethical practice, focus on meaningful results, and drive/implement necessary changes.
  • Collaborative - Works collaboratively internally and externally in pursuit of the best solutions for clients.
  • Passionate – Deeply committed to our mission of preserving and protecting the future of Indiana’s children

Position-specific Competencies

  • Strategic visioning, planning and results-orientation
  • Creation and maintenance of systems for talent management, fiscal accountability and relationship building
  • Organizational discipline and execution
  • Ability to quickly reprioritize tasks and address emergent situations

CRITICAL FUNCTIONAL SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE

  • Knowledge  regarding social service systems within the state
  • Financial acumen including budgeting, billing and vendor management
  • Teamwork and collaboration
  • Performance management and coaching
  • Respect for confidentiality practices
  • Appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Office environment
  • Heavy exposure to PC and phones
  • Weekly, monthly and annual deadlines
  • On-call responsibilities
  • Travel

Therapist-Home Based Services

POSITION SUMMARY: The Therapist is responsible for providing family focused therapeutic interventions in order to allow for improved family functioning as a whole and within their community.

This position will have, or has the potential to have direct contact, on a regular and continuing basis, with children who are under the direct supervision of the agency.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Therapy (50%)

  • Analytically provide counseling support to a caseload of individuals, families, and groups working to achieve successful adoption, foster care, or other family preservation services
  • Proactively guide clients through clear, beneficial counseling methods to accomplish client-set goals as well as the goals of the organization
  • Maintain the high integrity of the therapeutic standards outlined by professional degrees and licenses

Therapy Support (50%)

  • Efficient and timely communication with schools, Department of Child Services and other various institutions related to clients
  • Thorough completion of monthly reports and documentation of all contacts with family and related familial contacts


JOB REQUIREMENTS: To be successful in this role, you need to have the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Master’s degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling or Marriage and Family Therapy
  • 3 + years of experience working in adoption and knowledge of the adoption process preferred
  • Current Indiana Licensure preferred
  • Experience in child development, attachment issues, attachment specific treatment and trauma informed care
  • Knowledge of working with special needs children with abuse and neglect issues as well as family dynamics and basic skills in family counseling
  • Excellent verbal and written communication, organization & time management skills
  • Valid driver’s license with valid insurance

COMPETENCIES

Core Competencies

  • Compassionate – Genuinely cares about others and believes all people have the capacity to learn and grow. 
  • Client-focused - Accessible and service-oriented. Communicates in a way that builds trust and establishes rapport with others.
  • Commitment to excellence - Takes personal accountability to pursue high standards, ethical practice, focus on meaningful results, and drive/implement necessary changes.
  • Collaborative - Works collaboratively internally and externally in pursuit of the best solutions for clients.
  • Passionate – Deeply committed to our mission of preserving and protecting the future of Indiana’s children

Position-specific Competencies

  • Strategic Focus – Therapy decisions are made with a big picture perspective of how to best serve the whole family in the larger community environment
  • Clear Communicator – Communication with families and service providers is focused on serving needs in a clear, factual, direct way
  • Rapid Responder – Quickly adapts and achieves results for multiple clients in a fast paced environment
  • Analytical – Carefully thought out decisions focused on achieving a high quality of life for client families.


CRITICAL FUNCTIONAL SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE:

  • Ability to forge partnerships with appropriate limits with clients and understand the capacity for human growth and change
  • Ability to independently meet deadlines
  • Communicates clearly and effectively; interacts well with a broad spectrum of individuals
  • Demonstrates appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences
  • Adept prioritization and time management abilities

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • Heavy exposure to PC and phones
  • Availability to work outside of normal work day/week
  • Local travel

Therapist-Substance Use Program

POSITION SUMMARY: The Therapist is responsible for providing family focused therapeutic interventions in order to allow for improved family functioning as a whole and within their community.

This position will have, or has the potential to have direct contact, on a regular and continuing basis, with children who are under the direct supervision of the agency.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Therapy (50%)

  • Analytically provide counseling support to a caseload of individuals, families, and groups working to achieve successful adoption, foster care, or other family preservation services
  • Proactively guide clients through clear, beneficial counseling methods to accomplish client-set goals as well as the goals of the organization
  • Maintain the high integrity of the therapeutic standards outlined by professional degrees and licenses

Therapy Support (50%)

  • Efficient and timely communication with schools, Department of Child Services and other various institutions related to clients
  • Thorough completion of monthly reports and documentation of all contacts with family and related familial contacts


JOB REQUIREMENTS: To be successful in this role, you need to have the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Master’s degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling or Marriage and Family Therapy
  • 3 + years of experience working in adoption and knowledge of the adoption process preferred
  • Current Indiana Licensure preferred
  • Experience in child development, attachment issues, attachment specific treatment and trauma informed care
  • Knowledge of working with special needs children with abuse and neglect issues as well as family dynamics and basic skills in family counseling
  • Excellent verbal and written communication, organization & time management skills
  • Valid driver’s license with valid insurance

COMPETENCIES

Core Competencies

  • Compassionate – Genuinely cares about others and believes all people have the capacity to learn and grow. 
  • Client-focused - Accessible and service-oriented. Communicates in a way that builds trust and establishes rapport with others.
  • Commitment to excellence - Takes personal accountability to pursue high standards, ethical practice, focus on meaningful results, and drive/implement necessary changes.
  • Collaborative - Works collaboratively internally and externally in pursuit of the best solutions for clients.
  • Passionate – Deeply committed to our mission of preserving and protecting the future of Indiana’s children

Position-specific Competencies

  • Strategic Focus – Therapy decisions are made with a big picture perspective of how to best serve the whole family in the larger community environment
  • Clear Communicator – Communication with families and service providers is focused on serving needs in a clear, factual, direct way
  • Rapid Responder – Quickly adapts and achieves results for multiple clients in a fast paced environment
  • Analytical – Carefully thought out decisions focused on achieving a high quality of life for client families.


CRITICAL FUNCTIONAL SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE:

  • Ability to forge partnerships with appropriate limits with clients and understand the capacity for human growth and change
  • Ability to independently meet deadlines
  • Communicates clearly and effectively; interacts well with a broad spectrum of individuals
  • Demonstrates appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences
  • Adept prioritization and time management abilities

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • Heavy exposure to PC and phones
  • Availability to work outside of normal work day/week
  • Local travel

Internship-MSW Courage Center 

At Children's Bureau, you will be given the opportunity to interact with children and families, improve your knowledge of the child welfare system, improve your ability to provide clinical skills, and design a specific plan to meet your learning needs.

There are a lot of non-profit organizations out there.  What sets this internship opportunity apart is the chance to join an organization with a remarkable 160 year history of community leadership.  In addition, our forward-thinking team has a collective drive for excellence in all aspects of family and children's services that makes the work environment ideal for driven, results-oriented professionals.

Here's what you can expect in the way of specific internship experiences as well as time allocation estimates:

Family Progress - Monitoring and Coaching (30 %)

  • Coach collaboratively – maintaining a balance between teaching and serving
  • Visit each youth/family on a routine and 'pop in' schedule
  • Assist youth/families in obtaining their goals
  • Provide education and support to youth/families
  • Provide transportation to youth/families as needed
  • Attend court with clients and render recommendations
  • Communicate with schools and various institutions related to youth/family matters
  • Respond to all crisis calls and manage those situations

Clinical Service Provision (20%)

  • Provide clinical services to referred children and families
  • Create individualized treatment goals related to improving individual/family functioning

Service Plans / Goal Development (20 %)

  • Create plans, including goals, for each youth/family
  • Review and update plans and goals
  • Develop a network of relationships with agencies in the community
  • Work collaboratively with other social welfare agencies
  • Refer when appropriate to community agencies based on needs
  • Respond to crisis calls received via pager and manage situations

Intake and Needs Assessment (15 %)

  • Determine 'crisis' situations
  • Visit each youth/family to gather necessary information to complete the assessment
  • Adhere to and follow Children's Bureau professional standards

Reporting (15 %)

  • Maintain case and agency paperwork according to standards
  • Prepare written reports for the Department of Child Services / Probation office within identified timeframes

Internship requirements

To be successful in this role, you need to have the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • A desire to make the difference in the lives of children and families
  • Conviction about the capacity for all people to grow and change for the better
  • A valid driver's license and insurance
  • Clear, effective communication skills
  • Respect for confidentiality practices
  • Appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences
  • Adept prioritization and time management abilities
  • Must be able to attend bi-weekly clinical supervision