The clinician works collaboratively as a member of a multi-disciplinary team providing community oriented and strengths-based services to children and youth (ages 6-21) and their families. The family therapist will provide short-term intensive family therapy, when it has been identified as a need. S/he will also conduct timely comprehensive assessments, participate in marketing efforts, and complete all of the necessary paperwork associated with the intake process. This position will also share responsibility for ensuring the quality of customer service to youth and referral sources. S/he will give case overviews to program staff at the conclusion of the assessment period.
- AMFT/ ASW/ APPC
- Experience working with children and families that have been or are involved in issues relating to abuse. (e.g., verbal, physical, sexual, and neglect)
- Experience with working within a variety of treatment modalities including family systems work, individual, and group therapy, etc.