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Job: Clinician (ACSW/ AMFT/ LCSW/ MFT)

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Title Clinician (ACSW/ AMFT/ LCSW/ MFT)
Categories Northern California
Salary $26 – $29/ hour
Location Oakland
Job Information

Our client provides supportive services for transition aged youth in Alameda County.  The Clinician is responsible for providing high quality, trauma-informed therapeutic services and/or case management to a diverse population of at-risk youth, young adults, and families who may be experiencing barriers to receiving office-based behavioral health services. These developmentally appropriate, individualized services may occur in the community, school, office, or residential setting.  Position may be remote or partially remote due to COVID.


Program Overview

The philosophies and concepts behind the service design of the program draw from both evidence-based and evidence-informed best practices. The program utilizes principles from the Transition to Independence model (TIP) for working with TAY; the Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP); and Assertive Community Treatment (ACT). Additionally, co-occurring disorders are normative in this population, and therefore all staff receives education in concepts related to co-occurring complexity such as Motivational Interviewing. Individually designed services support participants to gain the skills, knowledge, and abilities to move successfully into adult life. Through their engagement in program services, participants learn to imagine and develop aspirations for the future. Our staff work with participants to establish a collaborative relationship and develop a service plan that centers around demonstrated needs, motivation, and attainable life goals. Staff provides a wide variety of supportive services designed to promote participant stability in their own community: mental health services; medication support; vocational/employment support and skills building; and educational and health linkages are all important elements of a comprehensive treatment.  To support participants with gaining employment, the program utilizes the Individual Placement and Supports (IPS) model to assist participants with accessing and maintaining competitive employment within their communities.





-Registered with the Board of Behavioral Sciences as an AMFT, ASW or APCC.

-Demonstrated understanding of the developmental milestones of children, youth, or young adults to provide to provide care, treatment and services.

– Supervised experience in providing counseling and/or psychotherapy services

– Demonstrated knowledge in the areas of diagnostic assessment, individual/family/group behavioral treatment methods for target population of program.




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