Honestly, I think for somebody in the 225 lb 1RM squat range, "squat more" is about all you need. I would honestly suggest you keep the clean/jerk weights light and work on hammering technique vs. trying to lift heavier. Efficient technique needs to be a foundation for future lifting.
I would suggest technique work while you are fresh, then squat strength work afterwards. I do not think you need a full olympic lifting program, you need to hammer the foundations of technique before going heavy (like, 12 weeks of technical perfection without going anywhere near 85%) and you need to get stronger on the squat. Much stronger.
It's all about what you want to accomplish. If you don't have the technical foundation your olympic lifting will always suck. So work the two aspects separately--technical and raw strength. Then go back to working heavier (gradually) on the olympic lifting.
FWIW, you can squat 2x a week or 3x a week just fine right now. You could pick one front squat day, one back squat day, and one front squat + chains day, or whatever. Make sure you are not grinding weights and that you are gradually increasing the volume of heavy squatting over time, not necessarily taking a WSB tack and maxing out all the time (this has value too, but I don't think it will help you as much, particularly for Oly lifting).