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Job: Spanish speaking Differential Response Clinician


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Title Spanish speaking Differential Response Clinician
Categories Northern California
Position Type PERMANENT
Salary $76,960
Location San Mateo
Job Information

Responsible for providing strength-based, family-centered home-visiting therapeutic services to at-risk families for all Differential Response referrals from the Human Services Agency Child Welfare Services Department. The majority of the families we serve have a child in the home screened out by CPS as low to moderate risk. Clinician will conduct thorough assessments of family needs and will provide individual, family, and/or group therapy to address those needs and strengthen the family’s ability to function.  Clinicians will be based in San Mateo County.  This position will provide therapeutic services which may include therapy (family, individual, group), case management, assessment, advocacy, treatment planning and coordination for assigned client and families. Knowledge and experience working with abuse, family violence, and substance abuse matters is a must.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • AMFT/ ASW/ LCSW/ MFT
  • Fluency in Spanish is required
  • Willingness to travel throughout San Mateo County
  • Experience working with children and families that have been involved in issues relating to abuse
  • Experience working with families who have witnessed family violence
  • Experience working within a variety of treatment modalities including family systems work, induvial & group therapy etc.
  • Awareness of substance abuse issues and how they impact a family system
  • Willingness to provide treatment within the community that the client lives (home, school, satellite clinic, etc.)
  • Knowledge of San Mateo community health resources
  • Valid CA Driver’s license, working car, proof of auto insurance and ability to pass fingerprint and TB clearance is required
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