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Budgeting, QA, CQI, evidence-based practice clinical skills (CBT), Mic

Location:
Ivyland, PA, 18974
Posted:
November 23, 2022

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NATALIE J. CHARNEY, MA, MSEd

Address: Ivyland, PA 18974

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Business Profile: Behavioral Health Executive experienced in project management, program design, implementation, development, admissions and clinical and fiscal operations in the treatment of behavioral health disorders, including medication-assisted therapies. Well-versed to successfully establish, adjust and adhere to licensing and regulatory standards, policy and procedure, clinical curriculum, staffing, and budgeting for outpatient, inpatient, recovery housing non-profit and for-profit providers.

Skills: Budgeting, QA, CQI, evidence-based practice clinical skills (CBT), Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, marketing, program development, implementation and management, staff clinical and administrative supervision, proposal and policy writing, team building and staff development. Admissions, HR and operations management.

Education: BA University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA (Psychology- Cum Laude)

MA University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA (Social Gerontology)

MSEd University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA (Counseling, Psychological Services)

Experience :

2021- Program & Facility Director, Behavioral Health Services: GPASS SAFE, Philadelphia, PA.

Oversee clinic operations. Attend off-site meetings with funders, oversight agencies, and other stakeholders. Maintain relationship with EMR. Develop and maintain the culture of IOP/OP program. Supervise administrative and clinical teams. Foster and maintain relationships with referral bases. Collaborate with program and facility leadership to monitor trends in the region and with payers to ensure program is appropriately positioned. Maintain a focus on high quality client care. Write policies, procedures and proposals in response to local and federal grants. P&L management. Marketing and presentations.

2020-2021 Director of Service Coordination: Horizon House, Inc., Philadelphia, PA. Provide service

coordination and oversee development, implementation and evaluation of comprehensive Individual Service and Residential Service Plans for all participants within the Division. Oversight of existing participant placements and their established program outcomes. Market provider services and expand the number of individuals served. Ensure compliance with all funding and regulatory bodies and agency policy and procedures in the identified areas of responsibility. Direct and monitor management of participant records located in DS Services.

2015-2019 Manager of Addiction Services: Community Behavioral Health (CBH), Philadelphia, PA Behavioral

Health Managed Care Organization serving Philadelphia’s Medicaid population. Leader for addiction services within CBH's clinical and quality services and throughout Philadelphia County's Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services system (DBHIdS). Worked in collaboration with the Office of Addiction Services, Single County Authority and other departments within CBH to guide the overall direction of the design, quality, operations and delivery of addiction services to over 420,000 CBH members. Contributed to the strategic plan for Addiction Services within the DBHIdS system and helped oversee key initiatives of the plan. Wrote policies, procedures and proposals in response to state and federal grants. Reconciled PCPC with ASAM and developed policies and procedures for use. Developed Narcan policies and procedures for CBH, DBHIdS and all CBH contracted Providers.

2004-2015 Executive Director: Sobriety Through OutPatient, Inc., (STOP) Philadelphia, PA. Oversaw day-to-day

admissions, clinical, administrative, HR, training, transportation and fiscal operations of STOP, a large for-profit holistic behavioral health agency that provided evidence-based and trauma informed mental health, substance use (SU) and co-occurring disorder outpatient, intensive outpatient and partial hospital services for adolescents and adults, including individuals dully diagnosed with SUD/MHD and IDD to further them on their road to recovery and resilience. All programs under my direction consistently passed federal, state, county, payor and CARF inspections in full compliance.

Obtained state licenses for mental health and partial hospital services

Obtained CARF credentialing for programs and grant funding to expand services

Developed, implemented and oversaw CQI program in support of continuous quality improvement

Multiple program design, development and oversight

Budget development and management

Staff recruitment, supervision, team building, training and professional development

Policy, procedure, proposal and grant writing and management

P&L management

Marketing and presentations

NATALIE J. CHARNEY, MA, MSEd

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2006-2015 Executive Director: Treatment And Recovery Partnership, Philadelphia, PA. Oversaw admissions,

clinical, financial and administrative operations of TARP, a 501(3)(c) that provided AACO, BHSI and SCA funded HIV/AIDS testing, counseling, referral, recovery housing and other supportive services for men 18 years and older.

Specialty Certification:

1991- Board Certified Medical Psychotherapist-Psychodiagnostician (ABMPP)

1996- Certified Cognitive-Behavioral Therapist (CCBT)

Honors: 1988 BA Degree (Cum Laude) University of Pennsylvania

2004- Who’s Who in America®,

2004- Who’s Who in The World®,

2009- Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare®

2018 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award

Membership in Professional and Scientific Societies:

National Societies:

American Psychological Association

Gerontological Society of America

1989-90 Research Education and Practice Committee

1990-92 Private Sector Task Force

American Board of Medical Psychotherapists and Psychodiagnosticians

1993- Editorial Board

National Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists

Local Societies:

Pennsylvania Community Providers Association

1993-95Family Home-Based Mental Health Services Subcommittee

1995-96Mental Health Committee

Philadelphia Coalition of Community Care Providers

1995-96Mental Health Directors Committee

2001-03Children’s Mental Health Committee Children’s Mental Health Committee

Pennsylvania Certification Board

Editorial Positions: 1993- Editorial Board: The Medical Psychotherapist

Board Positions: 2009-15 Member, Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health/Intellectual Disabilities

Office of Addiction Services Advisory Board

2010-15 Director, Board of Directors Pennsylvania Association of Recovery Residences (PARR)

Teaching Experience:

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Lecturer, Fundamentals of Aging Post-Graduate Course, Institute on Aging’s Delaware Valley

Geriatric Education Center.

The Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research, Bala Cynwyd, PA

Lecturer, Post-Graduate Extramural Cognitive Therapy Training Program

Clinical Supervisor, Post-Graduate Extramural Cognitive Therapy Training Program.

Bibliography:

Papers: Salzer, M.S., Tunner, T., Charney, N.J.: A Low-Cost, Telephone Intervention to Enhance Schizophrenia

Treatment: A Demonstration Study. Schizophrenia Research, 66(1), 75-76, 2004.

Abstracts, Presentations and Lectures by Invitation:

Charney, N.J., Foster-Kennedy, D.C. & Dorsey-Bryant, L.M.: Healthy Self-Perceptions and

Dating Behaviors: A Content Analysis of Older Adult Personal Ads. Gerontological

Society of America Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, November 1992 (Paper Presentation).

Charney, N.J., Foster-Kennedy, D.C. & Dorsey-Bryant, L.M.: Healthy Self-Perceptions and

Dating Behaviors: A Content Analysis of Older Adult Personal Ads. The

Gerontologist 32(11):167-168, 1992 (Abstract).

Charney, N.J., Foster-Kennedy, D.C. & Dorsey-Bryant, L.M.: Healthy Self-Perceptions and

Partner Selection: Content Analysis of Older Adult Personal Ads. Annual Poster

Session on Aging, Institute on Aging, University of Pennsylvania, Phila., PA May

1993 (Poster Session).

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Abstracts, Presentations and Lectures by Invitation (continued):

Charney, N.J.: Cognitive Therapy: A Short-Term Active Psychotherapy. Marriott Annual

Health Issues Conference, The Quadrangle, Haverford, PA, May 1993 (Workshops

In Morning and Afternoon Sessions).

Charney, N.J.: Stress Management for Caregivers, Jeans Vital Age Seminar, Jeans

Hospital, Rockledge, PA, June, 1993 (Seminar).

Charney, N.J.: Introduction to Cognitive Therapy, WES Brown Bag Seminar, Dr. Warren E.

Smith CMH/MR/SA Centers, Phila., PA, November, 1995 (Seminar).

Charney, N.J.: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Managed Care, WES Brown Bag

Seminar, Dr. Warren E. Smith CMH/MR/SA Centers, Phila., PA, April, 1996 (Seminar).

Charney, N.J.: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Philadelphia Opportunities Industrialization

Center (OIC), Phila., PA, April 1998 (Seminar).

Charney, N.J.: Introduction to Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Managed Care Implications

Regional Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR), Phila., PA, May 1998 (Seminar).

Charney, N.J.: Introduction to Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Community Council for MH & MR, Inc.,

March 1999 (Seminar).

Charney, N.J.: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Managed Care, Community Council for MH & MR,

Inc., July 2000 (Seminar).

Charney, N.J., Solomon, A., Callahan, S. & Brooks, R.: Practical Applications of Ethics, Ethics:

Implications for Behavioral Health Programs University of Pennsylvania-Horizon House, Inc.

Conference, Phila., PA, June 8, 2004 (Panel Chair and Presenter).

Charney, N.J.: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Workshop, Methodist Family Services of Philadelphia,

Inc., May 2007.

Charney, N.J., Way, F., Haberle, B.J., & Wilkins, P.: Community Behavioral Health Treatment,

Treatment of Addictions and Co-Occurring Disorders University of Pennsylvania-Penn

Affiliates Conference Series, Philadelphia, PA, December 13, 2013 (Panel Chair and

Presenter).

Charney, N.J.: Impact of Trauma, Drug and Alcohol Addiction on Families, Philadelphia Board of

Education Annual Family Conference, Philadelphia, PA, September 2018.



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