The agency is seeking an individual with a current license in MFT or LCSW or registered intern in good standing with the BBS. Candidate must have experience on the provision of treatment for severely traumatized and abused children and adolescents. Residential treatment experience necessary.
General Function: Provides individual therapy for all residents and family therapy as needed. Works closely with the treatment team and placement agencies to coordinate all aspects of treatment planning for each resident. Consults with Program Supervisor in the supervision of the counseling staff, focusing on clinical aspects of the program. Work in close partnership with Residential Supervisor regarding the treatment program of the facility.
Responsible for liaisons with community resources which may include communication with schools, medical personnel, employment resources, County placement staff, and may, from time to time, be asked to attend or lead community presentations (and/or speaking engagements). Attending clinical conferences, IEP evaluations and court appointments are also part of the responsibilities of this position. Attend bi-monthly meetings with the Executive Director, Program Director, and all Supervisors.
Provides training for their in-house staff to enrich and enhance their job performance, prepares training journals, and submits completed trainings to Main Office. Partakes in the on-call duties with all Supervisors in a rotating fashion.