|Our Staff – Clinical Team
Bayfield's Clinical Team includes a Medical Coordinator, Clinical Coordinators and a Clinical Director. Clinical Coordinators include Associate Psychologists and Community Clinical Coordinators.
The Medical Coordinator works closely with the consulting psychiatrists and oversees all other medical services. Associate Psychologists perform assessments in addition to carrying a clinical caseload for a particular treatment home. Clinical Coordinators are assigned to a specific treatment home; they provide individual, group, and family therapy as well as act as the clinical case manager involved in treatment planning. They work closely with psychiatric, residential, and school staff. Community Clinical Coordinators provide direct clinical services to children and youth involved in Bayfield's Parent Therapist Program in addition to all clinical case management. Community Clinical Coordinators also work closely with Parent Therapists. All clinical department staff liaise with respective agencies.
Clinicians possess a master's degree in social sciences, i.e., psychology or social work, and participate in on-going professional development.
Bayfield is supported by psychiatric, psychological, and neuropsychological consultation.
Bayfield employs Consulting Psychiatrists that provide assessment, recommendations, and on-going monitoring. Other medical services include regular visits to community physicians, dentists, optometrists, and as required, audiologists.