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Warby Parker is searching for skilled and enthusiastic Opticians to join our growing team of in-house optical all-stars and play an integral part in what we’re all about—helping people see! In this role, you’ll become an expert in our brand and our glasses (take a peek at how they’re made). Whether you’re helping longtime Warby Parker fans or first-time wearers, you’ll deliver extraordinary customer service to leave them excited and confident about our glasses. Along the way, you’ll partner with motivated, collaborative individuals who take their work (but not themselves) seriously. You’ll also expand your current skill set with a slew of career-advancing resources and benefits. Our ideal candidate is a lifelong learner who’s eager to help Warby Parker grow. Sound a lot like you? Wonderful—read on!

Alicia | Atlanta, GA

Here I can really focus on my customers' vision and satisfaction with their glasses, more so than at other retailers. The company goes above and beyond to ensure that all of the processes and operations are streamlined and efficient, so that I have as much time as possible in front of the customer.

What you'll do:


  • Work directly with customers to help meet all of their eyewear needs

  • Take and record measurements, adjust and fit eyewear, and execute these details with flawless accuracy

  • Check that our finished eyewear meets our optical standards, as well as customer requirements and requests

  • Use your expertise to explain prescription terminology and product offerings to customers

  • Work with your team to make sure all customers receive exceptional service

  • Help customers choose the best frames and lenses based on their prescription needs, face fit, personal style, and lifestyle

  • Collaborate with your team to form best practices for sales and customer service that can be implemented throughout the organization

  • Represent our brand to help educate others and get them excited about our values and mission

Who you are:


  • A licensed dispensing optician in states that require a license (or an ABO-certified optician in non-licensing states)

  • Passionate about the eyewear and retail industries

  • A clear, effective, and professional communicator—you can break down technical terms for customers to easily understand

  • Dedicated to going above-and-beyond to make customers (and your teammates!) happy

  • An energetic, positive team player who’s able to adapt in a fast-paced, ever-changing work environment

  • Extremely detail-oriented and capable of juggling a wide range of responsibilities

  • Open-minded—you’re constantly learning and challenging what you know

  • Not on the Office of Inspector General’s List of Excluded Individuals/Entities (LEIE)

  • Someone who takes your work very seriously, but not yourself


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Clinical Services

1.0 FTE, 8-Hour Day Shifts

At Stanford Children’s Health, we know world-renowned care begins with world-class caring. That's why we combine advanced technologies and breakthrough discoveries with family-centered care. It's why we provide our caregivers with continuing education and state-of-the-art facilities, like the newly remodeled Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. And it's why we need caring, committed people on our team - like you. Join us on our mission to heal humanity, one child and family at a time.

The Clinical Dietitian II works closely with the multidisciplinary healthcare team to provide patient care that is integrated and compatible with the patient-focused medical goals and objectives. Primary responsibilities include application of the Nutrition Care Process (NCP) including completion of the nutrition assessment, determination of the nutrition diagnosis, development and implementation of nutrition intervention(s), and monitoring and evaluation of the patient’s progress. The Clinical Dietitian II uses the Scope of Dietetics Practice Framework (SODPF) to determine scope of practice, established Standards of Practice and Professional Performance (SOP/SOPP) in nutrition care and practice-specific dietetics, and, as available, evidence-based practice protocols/nutrition practice guidelines to help determine nutrition intervention(s).

Clinical Dietitians II function independently at the competent to proficient level of the SOP/SOPP on pediatric and obstetric units/clinics, including more complex patient types, e.g., intensive care units, pediatric gastroenterology specialty clinic, etc. Clinical Dietitians II serve as a role model, resource, and leader for the level I dietitian.

Essential Functions

The essential functions listed are typical examples of work performed by positions in this job classification. They are not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, tasks, and responsibilities. Employees may also perform other duties as assigned.

Employees must abide by all Joint Commission Requirements including but not limited to sensitivity to cultural diversity, patient care, patient rights and ethical treatment, safety and security of physical environments, emergency management, teamwork, respect for others, participation in ongoing education and training, communication and adherence to safety and quality programs, sustaining compliance with National Patient Safety Goals, and licensure and health screenings.

Must perform all duties and responsibilities in accordance with the Service Standards of the Hospital(s).

Able to perform all functions of Clinical Dietitian Level I.

Performs key role in at least one performance improvement initiative or outcome-based research project annually or creates/revises two nutrition protocols/patient education tools annually.

Directs process, outcome, and structure measures initiatives using quantifiable indicators to identify actual results of a program, service, or activity. Collects specific information to track programs’ success. Or, participates in nutrition research studies and communicates findings through reports, abstracts, presentations, and publication.

Mentors/trains Clinical Dietitians I.

Performs other similar or related duties as requested or directed.

Minimum Qualifications

Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities as well as possession of any required licenses or certifications is qualifying.

Education: Bachelor's degree in dietetics, foods and nutrition, or a work-related discipline/field from an accredited college or university. Completion of a didactic program in dietetics and supervised practice program approved by the Accreditation Council for Education and Dietetics (formerly known as the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education).

Experience: Minimum of two years of related work experience required.

License/Certification: RD/RDN (Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist) - Valid credential as a Registered Dietitian / Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RD) issued by the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics’ Commission on Dietetic Registration.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

These are the observable and measurable attributes and skills required to perform successfully the essential functions of the job and are generally demonstrated through qualifying experience, education, or licensure/certification.

Knowledge of the Nutrition Care Process and ability to apply all steps of the process.

Comprehensive knowledge and application of nutrition services and medical nutrition therapy.

General knowledge of electronic medical record, nutrient analysis, word processing, and spreadsheet software.

Ability to communicate effectively in written, verbal, and electronic form to patients, public, hospital/clinic and medical staff, and physicians.

Excellent counseling skills and the ability to relate to a multi-ethnic community and varied learning levels

Ability to function independently on assigned patient care units and/or outpatient clinics.

Critical thinking to integrate facts, informed opinions, active listening, and observations.

Decision making, problem solving, and collaboration.

Strong interpersonal skills to establish productive working relationships with multidisciplinary team and support services.

The Physical Requirements and Working Conditions in which the job is typically performed are available from the Occupational Health Department. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford strongly values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity and non-discrimination in all of its policies and practices, including the area of employment. Accordingly, LPCH does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs, marital status, medical condition, genetic information, veteran status, or disability, or the perception of any of the above. People of all genders, members of all racial and ethnic groups, people with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Qualified applicants with criminal convictions will be considered after an individualized assessment of the conviction and the job requirements, and where applicable, in compliance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.


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Clinical Supervisor for a small non-profit year-round Special Education School and Medi-Cal Mental Health Clinic.

Program Description:

La Cheim's school programs provides both special education and mental health services to adolescent and latency age children. All students have an IEP issued from a neighboring public school district. Students receive educational and therapeutic clinical services in small, self-contained classrooms. Each classroom's treatment team consists of a special education teacher, clinician, mental health resources specialist, and classroom assistant. Additionally highly trained Psychiatrists, RNs, and NPs assist each treatment team in developing a quality, thorough, treatment plans for each child.

Each classroom's therapeutic milieu provides individual and group therapy for the participating students. Classroom's student sizes are small, averaging between 5 to 7 students. Overall campus student census ranges from 12 to 18 students. This allows our treatment plans to be very specific for each student's individualized clinical and educational treatment needs.

Our school provides year-round educational and mental health services. Family therapy is a key component to successful client treatment. A child cannot be successfully served unless their family, extended family, and other outside care givers are involved.

La Cheim has a very dedicated treatment team. Staff turnover is quite low; most employees have been with La Cheim well over 15 years. This can be attributed to a positive sense of professional comradery, quality service provision, satisfaction and a very friendly working environment. This sorts of commitment by employees is fairly unique. Our staff dedication allows for consistent high quality treatment interventions.

This is La Cheim's 5th decade of providing continuous, service to children from our community. Come celebrate life, "La Cheim", and become a member of our treatment team!

Duties Include:

• Overall responsibility for ensuring entire Program provides the most effective clinical and therapeutic services possible.

• Providing/overseeing group therapy within the classroom, provide individual therapy and family therapy outside of the classroom when/as needed.

• Supervision of Program's clinical staff. Signing off hours for clinical interns.

• Oversee the completing Medi-Cal charting. Overseeing the clinician's Medi-Cal charting for accuracy and timeliness. Ensuring MD's, NP's and RN's, charting is complete and submitted in a timely manner.

• Ensuring all clinical notes have effective interventions to ensure each clients' clinical goals are best met.

•Ensure all employees successfully complete the maximum number of quality billable notes each month.

• Responsible for the entire Program's Mental Health/ Medi-Cal services including ensuring all records and files are kept in 'Audit Ready' condition, physical facility meets Medi-Cal standards, and client charts go to mandated county mental health reviews and audits.

Position Requirements/Qualifications:

• Must be a licensed MFT or MSW and be certified by the Board to supervise interns.

• Valid California Driver's License and a reliable vehicle.

• Current TB Test and clear criminal live scan clearances including DOJ & FBI.

• Past experience working with adolescents within a therapeutic milieu. (Preferred)

• Possess excellent administrative skills provided in an appropriate compassionate manner, yet be clear, firm, and direct.

• Good communication skills, both verbal and written.

• Ability to write and implement Behavior Treatment Plan

• Ability to effectively document provided services

• Ability to work in a fast paced environment

• Must be a team player

• Organized

• Sense of humor (Preferred)

Compensation: Depending upon Experience

Benefits Include:

• Generous Benefits including Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance with FSA available.

• Excellent vacation and sick leave benefits.

• Voluntary 403(b) retirement plan and additional option to increase Long Term disability insurance available.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER:

La Cheim School is committed to diversity in its programming and in creating a staff reflective of the populations of the San Francisco Bay Area. We encourage and actively recruit applications representing diversity of color, age, sex, race, religion, national origin, physical ability, sexual orientation or political affiliation.

If you are interested in learning more about the program, please submit resume and cover letter 


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About the Agency:

Rape Trauma Services (RTS) of San Mateo County strives to eliminate all forms of violence, with a special focus on sexual assault and abuse. Our scope of services includes a 24-­hour crisis line, counseling, advocacy, accompaniment, rape and other violence prevention education in schools, and outreach to under-­served populations.

It is our strong belief that violence and abuse must be examined on an individual level (e.g., sexual abuse, rape) as well as a collective level (e.g., genocide, war), and in the context of societal inequities (e.g., sexism, racism, hetero-sexism). We also believe that violent behaviors by individuals as well as societal inequities perpetrated on a collective level are, at their core, about unhealed effects of trauma and ensuing cycles of violence.

We seek candidates who share our vision and philosophy including core beliefs such as (1) we all have been affected by violence and inequities; (2) healing from the effects of those experiences is a life-­long process; and (3) commitment to one's healing is a key to our well­-being, effective relationships with others, a healthy and equitable work environment, and meaningful political change.

RTS Staff, Interns, Trauma Counselors, and Therapists work together to provide a variety of support services to child, adolescent and adult survivors of sexual violence in particular, as well as all forms of direct and indirect trauma from violence and abuse.

The major components of our program include the following:

● A 24-­hour confidential crisis line

● Crisis, Short­-term, and Long-­term Counseling

● Individual and Group Counseling

● Advocacy & Accompaniment

● Prevention Education, Community Outreach and Professional Trainings

Trauma Therapist Job Description - Primary tasks for this position include but are not exclusive to the following, under the direction of the Counseling Director:

● Collaborate with staff and the Counseling Director for the timely and clinically accurate provision of trauma based psychotherapy in Spanish, both office based and school­-based work (including children, adolescents, adults, families, and support groups);

● Accompaniment and advocacy services to survivors and their families:

● Work closely with Keller Center staff (forensic hospital/interviews) to ensure follow up to survivors/families;

● Assign and perform timely case management, outreach, and documentation tasks

● Participate in supervision/consultation with Supervisor and Mentoring Staff, as experience indicates;

● Provide on-­call crisis line back-­up support as needed and shared with other Staff;

● Collaborate in planning and implementing outreach in San Mateo County;

● Perform other agency responsibilities as identified.

Program-­Specific Qualifications: Applicants must demonstrate the following qualities, skills, and experiences:

● Graduate degree in a psychology­-related field; licensed or licensed­-track in your field (MFT, MSW, etc.);

● Oral and written fluency in English and Spanish.

● Must be familiar and experienced with using relationship-­based and trauma ­informed care, and be able to demonstrate knowledge of (and experience in) working with at-­risk children, families and caregivers, especially under­-served populations and gender diverse individuals;

● Strong interpersonal and communication skills, oral and written, including ability to listen, clarify, validate, respectfully challenge, and interest in supporting the skill development and thus personal healing of all staff;

● Strong interest in and commitment to developing and/or expanding trauma­-focused counseling and advocacy skills, including openness to an eclectic range of interventions for supporting victim/­survivor healing;

● Ability to take initiative, and provide leadership combined with openness and patience in learning agency culture;

● Ability to manage many projects simultaneously (i.e., multi­task) while attending to detail and quality;

● Ability to effectively outreach to various communities with ease, combining humility and confidence;

● Ability to effectively communicate with, motivate, support, and work with individuals from diverse backgrounds and life experiences;

● In­-depth knowledge of various issues that affect the lives of Latinos, both immigrant and U.S.­born.

General Qualifications:

● Appreciation of the agency's philosophical understanding regarding violence and oppression (outlined in the "About the Agency" section of this announcement);

● Must complete 80-hour state-certified Sexual Assault Counselor (SAC) training successfully in order to become a program intern. Training will take place before seeing clients;

● Demonstrable commitment to inclusiveness and making the agency's services accessible to all people;

● Demonstrable commitment to your personal healing as key to working responsibly and effectively with others;

● Willingness to work flexible hours, including some weekend and evening hours;

● Demonstrable commitment to creating and maintaining a work environment reflective of the agency's mission and philosophy regarding working relations;

● Strong organizational skills and interest in maintaining a structured, warm, healing­-conducive environment;

● Demonstrable commitment to contributing to the operation and growth of the agency by taking on administrative/operational tasks and providing leadership as appropriate;

● Ability to balance autonomy, responsibility, and collaboration;

● Valid California driver's license, insurance, and reliable access to transportation;

● Basic word-­processing and database skills (i.e., Microsoft Excel) or ability to acquire skills quickly.

● Bi Cultural applicants highly encouraged to apply.

Salary/Benefits:

Competitive Salary and benefit package including twenty days vacation/sick leave, full health-­care, vision and dental. RTS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Application Process:

Please submit resume and cover letter. In the cover letter briefly describe your view of the core impacts of trauma from violence on survivors and their families and communities. Explain your investment in working with this population and what you bring to the work. Your cover letter must be succinct and not exceed 1 page.

We strongly encourage individuals who can represent one or more under­-served populations in San Mateo County (e.g., people of color, people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, people with disabilities, immigrants) to apply. Position open until filled.


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Catholic Charities SF, the not-for-profit service arm of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, is one of the Bay Area's largest human services organizations. Catholic Charities SF provides programs and services for 70,000 people in need within the three county regions of San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo Counties. Catholic Charities SF's programs include a full spectrum of services for families and youth, single parents, aging adults, persons living with HIV, refugees and immigrants, homeless and those at risk of being homeless, individuals with physical disabilities, and incarcerated adults and youth. In conjunction with Mercy/Charities Housing Inc., Catholic Charities SF is also a recognized leader in a not-for-profit housing development.

Pay Range

$57K-$62K annually

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Develop and collaborate with Child and Family Teams for the purpose of treatment planning and support.

  • Facilitate Child and Family Team meetings as indicated

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with community members and providers.

  • Assist youth and families in their efforts to build upon existing family and community support systems

  • Coordinate and implement overall treatment and services for assigned clients and their families.

  • Document mental health services, assessments, treatment plans, and other documentation accurately and in a timely manner.

  • Clinical Care Coordinators are expected to bill for at least 50% of their work time in the agency.

  • Participate in a rotating crisis response system.

     

Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education & Experience


  • Master’s degree in Social Work/Psychology/Counseling.

  • Board of Psychology or LCSW/MFT licensure or registered associate

  • Experience working with children and youth in out of home Residential or Foster care a plus.

  • Experience with Medi-Cal billing.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities


  • Use of an automobile, possession of California drivers License and automobile liability insurance for the minimum prescribed by law or the ability to provide for independent transportation.

  • Demonstrated ability to work with families in a wide variety of cultural contexts and community settings.

  • Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team.

  • Good organizational and time management skills.

  • Excellent written & verbal communication skills.

  • Willing and able to respond to crisis situations and be part of a rotating emergency on-call system.

  • Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in cross-cultural situations.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • Intermittent bending, standing, stooping, kneeling, reaching, twisting, and walking.

  • Occasional lifting, pushing, and pulling.

  • Frequent repetitive motions: Making substantial movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.

  • Light work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.

  • The worker is required to have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned.

  • Must be able to drive at night.

  • Must be able to complete ProACT training.

If driving a car is required for the position, incumbent must have a valid California driver's license and be able to provide proof of DMV record and personal insurance (if required).

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • The work environment includes homes, schools, offices, and community resources such as recreation facilities, churches or various outing and store locations.

  • Noise level is usually moderate in accordance with what is typical in the above settings.

  • May include contact with clients with mental health issues who demonstrate behaviors such as cursing, shouting, running away, self harm and violence.

  • The work environment will include children ages 7-19.

  • May be exposed to odors such as fragrances, cleaning products, and clients who experience difficulties with personal hygiene.

  • Occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions.

DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and is committed to providing equal employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, legal domicile status, veteran status, disability or AIDS/HIV status or any other characteristic protected under federal or state law.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

Department or Program: Community Based Services

This is a non-management position

This is a full time position

Union status: Non-union

Fingerprinting clearance: Required

TB Screening: Required


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424 Guerrero Street

San Francisco, CA 94110

415 621-5661

415 621-5466 fax

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN

The Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ) is a private non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce society's reliance on the use of incarceration as a solution to social problems.

We do this through the provision of programs to persons facing imprisonment, education efforts about imprisonment and its effect on people, and technical assistance to entities wishing to establish and/or evaluate programs working with those facing imprisonment. For more information, visit our website

CJCJ is seeking a dedicated and energetic clinician who will provide community-based mental health services to high-risk or in-risk youth on juvenile probation or at risk of system involvement. The program is aimed at stabilizing a youth and family by providing direct clinical interventions and pulling formal and informal supports together for the common purpose of addressing safety concerns, chronic and acute mental health needs, and other identified needs which present as barriers to a client being successful in their community.

Qualifications for this position are listed below:

 Master's degree or graduate student in Social Work, Psychology, or related field, licensed

(or eligible) by Board of Behavioral Sciences, ASW, AMFT, LPCC, registered intern, waivered PhD/PsyD, or registered interns

 Experience providing individual, group, and family therapy and clinical case management services

 Familiarity with the juvenile justice system; experience working with justice-involved youth and families

 Commitment to strengths-based approaches, harm reduction, and trauma-informed care

 Willingness and ability to provide mental health and support services in a non-traditional, community-based setting

 Excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills

 Bilingual in Spanish GREATLY preferred

 Adaptable and flexible with a commitment to CJCJ's mission

 Possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License and a positive driving record; maintain access to a registered and insured vehicle to use in carrying out your job duties

 Must be able to pass background check for working with youth

 Familiarity with EPSDT and Medi-Cal documentation and billing practices preferred

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 Ability to work under pressure with an excellent sense of humor, collaborative and team oriented

 Basic computer skills

Duties and responsibilities include:

424 Guerrero Street

San Francisco, CA 94110

415 621-5661

415 621-5466 fax

 

 Provide community-based mental health treatment services including but not limited to: conducting assessments, diagnosing, providing individual and family therapy, facilitating

Child and Family Team meetings, resource brokerage and referrals, case coordination and advocacy, plan development, follow-up and aftercare

 Complete all medical record and billing documentation in a timely fashion and in accordance with documentation standards set forth by the agency and the San Francisco

Department of Public Health

 Develop relationships with community based service providers, public defenders and private attorneys, the juvenile courts, and juvenile probation department personnel

 Attend court hearings and provide court reports and/or testimony as needed

 Participate in case consultation meetings, clinical supervision and staff trainings

 Great opportunity for professional growth by participating in the PURQC committee which reviews overall clinical work of cases

 Other duties as assigned

This position reports directly to CJCJ’s Director of Behavioral Health. This is an hourly non- exempt position. Anticipated weekly hours are 40 hours/week but can be negotiated to fewer if desired.

Benefits: CJCJ offers a competitive salary, excellent comprehensive benefits, a casual work environment, and a great team of committed professionals. Full benefits include complete health, dental, and life insurances, of which CJCJ covers 100% of the premiums – zero employee contribution. Additional benefits include 12 holidays/year, 10 sick days/year, and 10 vacation days/year (vacation time increases based off of staff seniority). Finally, the position offers extraordinary opportunities for paid training, clinical growth, professional development, clinical supervision, opportunity to accrue clinical hours, and occasional conference participation.

WOMEN, PERSONS OF COLOR, DIFFERENTLY ABLED PERSONS, AND INDIVIDUALS WITH PAST

INVOLVEMENT IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.

Job Type: Full-time

Experience:


  • mental health: 1 year (Preferred)

Education:


  • Master's (Preferred)

Language:


  • Spanish (Preferred)

Work Location:


  • Multiple locations

Benefits:


  • Health insurance

  • Dental insurance

  • Paid time off

  • Flexible schedule

  • Parental leave

  • Other


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Job Description


WestCoast Children’s Clinic is seeking multiple Transitional Age Youth Services (TAYS) Clinicians for the C-Change Program (focusing on CSEC population), who are passionate about improving the lives of adolescents. The C-Change Clinicians, as part of the TAYS Program, provide community-based, intensive strategies to address any current need for stabilization, crisis intervention and trauma-focused treatment.


Program and Position Overview:


C-Change, Transforming the Lives of Sexually Exploited Minors is a specialized program that provides mental health screening, advocacy, clinical case management and psychotherapy to youth at risk of, currently engaged in, or who have exited sexual exploitation and their families. C-Change provides a safe and supportive environment for youth to explore and process their life and goals for the future.


As a C-Change Clinician, you will:



  • Provide mental health screening to assess cognitive, emotional and social functioning and needs; facilitates the identification and engagement in mental health services.

  • Provide intensive mental health, clinical case management, and wrap-around service development for youth emancipating from therapeutic placements.

  • Provide crisis intervention and stabilization.

  • Collaborate with partnering staff to develop and provide trainings to other mental health providers on best practices in working with sexually exploited youth.

  • Assist youth in developing and executing their transition to adulthood plan.

  • Coordinate services with other agencies and resources to address youth’s needs including: housing, medical/physical health, mental health, education, employment, independent living skills, advocacy, placement stability, and age-appropriate enrichment activities.

  • Make collateral contacts on behalf of clients as needed including Child Welfare Workers, Juvenile Justice personnel, parents and caregivers, and other providers.

  • Assist youth in accessing and utilizing community resources.

  • Understand and comply with policies, procedures, documentation and paperwork for EPSDT Medi-Cal billing, meet billing requirements as set by the agency.

  • Comply with WestCoast and California state Boards’ requirements pertaining to supervision, consultation and case conference attendance.

  • Provide services in the community, for which travel by car is necessary.

  • Participate in agency and program meetings and professional development trainings as required.

  • Work proactively with the program director to ensure the strength of the program.


The ideal candidates have…



  • An advanced degree (Master’s or Doctorate) in clinical psychology, social work or related field required. Current CA Board of Behavioral Science or Board of Psychology license and/or registration required.

  • Bilingual Spanish (spoken and written) skills a plus.

  • Clean CA DMV record and personal vehicle with insurance; travel is required.

  • Direct clinical experience working with transition age and high-risk youth.

  • Experience working with youth and/or young adults who have been survivors/victims of sexual exploitation, along with knowledge of how exploitation abuse may impact youth and families.

  • Demonstrated clinical experience with foster care, DCFS, and community mental health.

  • Proven effectiveness working with clients who have complex traumatic histories and attachment difficulties.

  • Knowledge of child and adolescent development, trauma, chemical dependency and dual diagnosis.

  • Knowledge and self-awareness of issues of race, class, and ethnicity; experience in working with diverse communities.

  • Ability to operate independently and collaboratively as part of a team.

  • Knowledge of Medi-Cal reimbursement procedures and billing.

  • Prior knowledge and experience with EHR such as Welligent, preferred

  • Excellent communication skills: written and verbal.

  • Commitment to completing high quality and timely documentation, meeting agency deadlines.

  • Ability to be supportive and provide guidance in a non-judgmental manner

  • Bilingual clinicians and clinicians of color are strongly encouraged to apply.


Position details and compensation:


This is a full-time, exempt position reporting to the TAYS Program Director. Salary range for this position is $57,240-$64k+ annually depending on experience and current licensure status, plus a 5% language differential if applicable AND sign-on bonus for eligible clinicians. Includes competitive compensation and benefits package, 403(b) and incentive compensation plans.


Why work here?


-Be part of a compassionate, driven team that is social justice-focused: We have Staff Affinity Groups such as Staff of Color, LGBTQ+, Equity and Inclusion, Health and Wellness, and more!


-Make a difference for the Bay Area’s most vulnerable populations: We serve hundreds of vulnerable kids and their families each year to create positive changes in their lives!


-Access a growth-oriented learning community: As a Joint Commission Accredited agency, we are dedicated to providing the highest standard of care, and offer extensive clinical trainings and seminars led by field experts. Some of our trainings include:



  • CSEC and CSE-IT

  • Child and Adolescent Development

  • Complex Trauma/Trauma-Informed Care

  • Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS)

  • Supervisor in Training program, and much, much more!


-Receive clinical supervision (individual and group) by a dedicated supervisor to assist toward licensure


We also offer:



  • Competitive pay commensurate with experience (base salary starting at $57,240 post-masters)

  • Bilingual pay differential for qualified candidates (5% of yearly salary)

  • Quarterly and yearly incentive compensation and retirement plan contribution

  • 100% Employer paid medical (base plan, Kaiser HMO), dental, vision, life insurance, and long-term disability coverage for full-time employees

  • Variety of medical plan options including a variety of carriers and types of plans

  • 403b retirement plan with ROTH and 403b contribution options

  • Flex-spending options - Medical, Dependent Care and Commuter Plans

  • 20 days paid time off per year (equivalent to 4 weeks), 11 Paid Holidays, plus Self-Care Leave (additional PTO accrual with increased years of service)



WCC is passionate about leading and encouraging open conversations around race, gender, power, and privilege, and how these impact community mental health. Our staff affinity groups include Staff of Color Council, LGBTQ Staff Group, White Accountability Group, and Equity and Inclusion Council.

We are an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to diminishing the influence of privilege and discrimination in our field and our workplace, whether due to differences concerning age, citizenship, color, disability, marital or parental status, race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.


Company Description

WestCoast Children’s Clinic is committed to providing psychological services to vulnerable children, youth, and their families regardless of their ability to pay and to expanding the reach of psychological services through practice and research. To ensure the ongoing availability of these services, WestCoast is dedicated to training the next generation of mental health professionals.


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$30/ hour - AMFT/ ASW, $45/ hour - LCSW/ MFT. The agency is a licensed as a 40-bed Mental Health Rehabilitation Center, it serves individuals whose psychiatric disabilities require extensive rehabilitation services beyond those provided in sub-acute settings. Candidate must be registered with the BBS and have 1 year of strong MH experience with adults in patient. Car and CDL is required. Temp for 3 months, FT, M - F 8AM - 5:30PM.


POSITION SUMMARY
Under supervision of a licensed clinician, the Social Work Clinician provides clinical and casework services to members served and natural supports. This involves person centered recovery planning and collaborating with other services and agencies.

QUALIFICATIONS
Required:
• Registration with the BBS or licensed
• One (1) year of direct service experience with individuals with severe mental illness in an inpatient or outpatient setting is required
• Criminal justice clearance and education verification
• Must be CPR, Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), and First Aid certified on date of employment or within 60 days of employment and maintain current certification throughout employment
• All opportunities are contingent upon successful completion and receipt of acceptable results of the applicable post-offer physical examination, 2-step PPD test for tuberculosis, acceptable criminal background clearances, excluded party sanctions, and degree or license verification. Position requires driving, valid driver license, a motor vehicle clearance, and proof of auto insurance is required at time of employment and must be maintained throughout employment. Additional regulatory, contractual, or local requirements may apply.


Company Description

We are a staffing and recruiting agency that specializes in social services. We hire BA, BSW, MA, MSW, LCSW, MFT, PsyD and PhD candidates for temporary, temp to hire and direct hire opportunities throughout California. We have part time and full time positions available, both direct services and management.


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 JFCS is expanding services for children and adolescents through our newly created Center for Children and Youth. We are working to change the culture and landscape of mental health services to families.


Are you a dynamic Mental Health Clinician with experience in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents? In this role, you will provide psychotherapy to children and families using a range of modalities that include play therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. The clinician will also work as part of a multi-disciplinary team that includes parent educators, psychologists, occupational therapists and a speech therapist.


JFCS offices are located in San Mateo off of Highway 92 and in downtown Palo Alto. This position comes with a private office, plenty of play therapy toys and supplies, free parking in a private lot, access to full kitchen and administrative assistance. The environment is child friendly, well lit, and fully decorated.


Duties include:



  • Assessment and Treatment of Children and Adolescents

  • Conducting child/family evaluations and formulates goals and treatment plans relevant to diagnosis and presenting problems in keeping with standards to provide psychotherapy

  • Providing psycho-education for parents and children as appropriate

  • Consulting to preschools, elementary schools, middle schools and high schools providing training to teachers regarding learning and behavioral issues

  • Working with family members and the team of JFCS professionals to implement treatment plans


 


If you are a Licensed MFT or Social Worker in California with expertise in working with children and adolescents and have a minimum of one year experience post license, we’d love to hear from you!


Please apply with cover letter and resume, or visit our website for a more details and a full job description at: https://www.jfcs.org/opportunity/mental-health-clinician/


Company Description

Since 1850, JFCS of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties has provided comprehensive, caring social services to Bay Area residents of all ages and faiths. We help people solve personal problems--from cradle to rocking chair--in order to strengthen the individual, strengthen the family and strengthen the community.

Mission Statement: Jewish Family and Children’s Services exists to provide professional and volunteer services for the purposes of developing, restoring and maintaining the competency of families and individuals of all ages. Traditionally, Jewish Family and Children’s agencies carry a special responsibility within the Jewish community for reaching out to children, the aged, those with special needs, the alienated and the dependent, and for the resettlement and acculturation of refugees and immigrants. As part of the network of Jewish community services, the Agency helps promote Jewish continuity through the provision of preventive, educational, therapeutic and supportive services, within the context of historic Jewish values, emphasizing inter-generational ties and community responsibility.


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East Bay Agency for Children, also known as EBAC, is looking for a talented and passionate individual with a commitment to social justice to join our incredible team. EBAC's mission - to improve the well-being of children, youth and families by reducing the impact of trauma and social inequities - motivates our amazing staff to create change for our program participants each and every day.


For 5 years EBAC has been named a Top Workplace by the Bay Area News Group, reflecting our supportive and fulfilling work environment. As an EBAC staff member, you can enjoy a healthy work/life balance through generous paid time off and excellent benefits. A career with EBAC will make you part of a well-established and respected agency with an inspiring team of people furthering a compelling mission.


JOB DESCRIPTION


East Bay Agency for Children (EBAC) has opportunities for Mental Health Clinicians providing counseling to children and their families for various programs throughout Alameda County which include: Berkeley, Oakland, San Leandro, Hayward, Newark


Incumbents will performs assessments (using CANS), articulate diagnostic formulations (with measurable objectives) and makes recommendations with regards to the impact of mental health issues. Candidates selected will provide case management services and makes referrals as appropriate. In addition, our Mental Health Clinicians will provide individual treatment; works collaboratively with families, teachers, administrators and school site staff.


To learn more about the variety of services that our Mental Health Clinicians support at EBAC please visit our website at www.ebac.org/services/


QUALIFICATIONS and COMPETENCY FACTORS



  • Master’s degree in counseling psychology or social work required.

  • MFT, LCSW or registered Associate with the Behavioral Board of Sciences (AMFT or ASW) preferred.

  • Experience with Medi-Cal documentation preferred.

  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) Preferred NOT Required.

  • Experience providing therapeutic services to children and families utilizing evidence based practices, play therapy, expressive. arts, CBT and trauma informed methods.

  • Sensitive to the needs of vulnerable populations.

  • Committed to culturally informed practice and a multicultural learning environment.

  • Experience in school-based social work/therapy or prior teaching experience preferred as well as experience integrating well into school based culture.

  • Ability to work as a team member and contribute to program development.

  • Ability and willingness to maintain clear and complete records, meet strict deadlines for written reports and chart documentation, and compile and report monthly statistics.

  • Must be extremely organized, paying closed attention to details and procedures.

  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, procedure manuals, and government regulations.

  • Ability to write routine reports, correspondence, and field notes.

  • Ability to speak effectively before groups of children, mental health professionals, parents or guardians, teachers, school administrators, and interns and volunteers.

  • Ability to drive with valid driver's license/auto insurance, and access to a vehicle as needed.


RESPONSIBILITIES



  • Provides short term (3-9 months), trauma informed, solution focused individual, group and family counseling as well as classroom based interventions and school climate work.

  • Provides consultation to teachers and site administrators on a variety of topics including child development, behavior management, learning styles of children, and various mental health considerations.

  • Completes comprehensive child/family assessment (using CANS), formulates diagnostic picture and develops comprehensive treatment plans including substantiating impairment and developing measurable treatment objectives, and communicates recommendations to school and family.

  • Maintains case records, including charts, treatment plans, termination summaries, statistics reports, and other reports as required.

  • Manages and maintains due dates and timeline procedures as related to MediCal Standards and EBAC best practices.

  • Provides case management services for children and families.

  • Contributes to the Behavioral Health Services team by participating in program development and planning.

  • Provides case presentations at clinical team meetings.

  • Actively participates in both group and individual clinical supervision by being prepared to discuss case work, interventions, counter-transference issues, and theoretical rationales.

  • Participates in core team meetings (including IEPs, COST and SSTs) at site placement.

  • Supervises/mentors para-professionals, volunteers, and interns as program demands.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.


WORKING CONDITIONS and JOB SETTING



  • Work is primarily in an office / school setting with children or youth.

  • Program headquarters is in a multi-story building with stairs that need to be climbed for access to the other floors as needed.

  • Because work is directly with children, full mobility is required for standing, walking, sitting, using hands, climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and crawling.

  • Primary work is in challenging, under-resourced school settings, in neighborhoods impacted by poverty, community violence, crime, systemic racism and oppression.

  • May need to use child-size chairs for sitting.

  • Regular driving is required.

  • Periodic lifting up to 25 pounds is required.


EBAC offers a uniquely generous time off package and an outstanding benefits package that includes health; chiropractic; dental; voluntary life insurance (for yourself and your family), AD&D and SDT; accident and critical illness coverage (for yourself and family); flexible spending for medical, child care and commuter benefits; 403b retirement program; legal insurance; and, agency paid life insurance and long term disability coverage.


East Bay Agency for Children is an equal opportunity employer and encourages diverse candidates to apply. No phone calls please.


Company Description

We are very proud of our organization and the meaningful difference it has made over the years in the lives of so many children and their families. In joining EBAC, you will become part of a highly skilled, diverse team of colleagues who are dedicated to helping some of our most vulnerable children achieve academic success and more hopeful futures.

You will also be joining a well-managed and financially stable organization that is consistently highly-rated and respected by community mental health leaders and school administrators, principals, teachers, and students and their families.

East Bay Agency for Children's endeavor to create a positive work culture is acknowledged by our employees. Employee responses to the 2018 Bay Area News Group survey ranked EBAC among the top 100 Workplaces in the Bay Area! A career with East Bay Agency for Children will make you a part of a great agency, a great group of people, and a great mission.

We are committed to maintaining a truly supportive work environment that reflects our values and culture. Being an EBAC staff member offers a unique opportunity to achieve a healthy work/life balance through generous paid time off and excellent benefits.


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We are a mission-driven, non-profit organization that provides primary and behavioral healthcare services and community services for all: Our staff is committed to providing high quality, compassionate, culturally competent primary care and social services, focusing on the LatinX Spanish-speaking population.


Do you have a passion for helping others? If so, we are looking for you!


What Your Mission is:



  • Provide brief or extended Psychosocial Assessments focusing on the patient's present situation, including medical, mental/behavioral health, substance abuse, socio-economic and immigration components, current needs, and relevant information from patient's history.

  • Perform crisis interventions and risk assessments for suicide and danger to others.

  • Utilize a participant-centered, strengths-based model of care, provides insight-oriented, behavior modifying, and/or supportive psychotherapy to individuals, families, and groups of patients.

  • Use evidenced-based models for care, including but not limited to: CBT, solution-focused therapy, harm reduction, motivational interviewing, and health psychology.

  • Assist clients/patients with symptom reduction (e.g. insomnia, anxiety, depression, and post-trauma symptoms, stress management, emotional dysregulation) through talk therapy, case management and coordination with PCP or psychiatrist if necessary.

  • Provide health and behavior assessment and intervention to client/patients with chronic disease or other health problems that are having difficulty managing their disease.

  • Linkage to appropriate community resources, to already-existing groups and to intra-agency components.

  • Ongoing case management to address psychosocial issues which are, or could potentially, impact a patient's health or behavioral health.

  • Accurately records patients' assessment, behavioral health needs, treatment and referrals in medical record according to established protocols.

  • Participate in peer review and individual and group consultation/supervision.


What you bring:


Empathy, passion to serve others, strong communication skills and eagerness to make a difference!


 


As well as:



  • Masters in Social Work, Psychology or Marriage and Family Counseling from an accredited program or university.

  • Must have a LCSW, PsyD/PhD or LMFT California license.

  • Minimum of 5 years providing social work, behavioral health services to a diverse population.

  • Experience working with evidence-based brief counseling models.

  • Experience with Latinx population preferred.

  • Bilingual - Fluent in English/Spanish - required

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office - Word, Excel, Outlook and Internet Explorer

  • Experience using Electronic Health Records (EHR)

  • Ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality when dealing with patient records and personal information. Demonstrated expertise in patient eligibility, enrollment rules, procedures as well as patient privacy and security standards. (HIPAA)

  • Experience in Primary Care setting preferred.


 


 


Why You'll Love Us



  • We've got the energy and passion for service and the compassion of mission-driven organization that truly cares about the people we serve.

  • We offer competitive salary packages, Health, Dental & Vision coverage, a birthday holiday for you to celebrate YOU, a floating holiday, 11 holidays per year, 2 weeks of sick time and vacation time. After a year of employment, we provide 401K with company match to help reach your future financial goals and 40 hours of educational leave.

  • Our health care services are not only grateful but are the absolute best. We have the privilege of providing high quality health care for low-income LatinX/undocumented/under-deserved communities and partnering with qualified providers to do so.

  • We treat each other like family: with cultural embrace, passion for service, strong relationships, and clinical excellence. Diversity and inclusion are cultural values we take very seriously!

  • Our offices are located near delicious eateries (burritos, carne asada tacos, pho, kung pao chicken, you name it!), Mission Dolores park (if you want to relax and soak under the sun), and fun shopping areas (Rainbow Grocery, Target, Costco, Trader Joe's, Safeway , and Whole Foods, Decathlon & more!).


About Mission Neighborhood Health Center


The Mission Neighborhood Health Center is a non-profit, multi-site community health organization offering comprehensive health services in the Mission and Excelsior Districts of San Francisco.  The center offers primary health care services, adult medicine, pediatrics, family planning, OB/GYN, HIV and homeless services.  We advocate for health equity and deliver innovative, high quality services responsive to the neighborhoods and diverse communities we serve with a focus on the Latino Spanish-Speaking Communities



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Job Announcement


Through the Looking Glass is looking for a Family Clinician for its clinical programs. TLG is a Berkeley based and internationally recognized program serving children and families with disabilities. Bilingual Spanish speaking strongly preferred, experience with disability, EPSDT, Early Childhood Mental Health Consulting or bilingual ASL preferred.


 


Title: Family Clinician – Bilingual Spanish Preferred


Employment type: Full-time, 40 hours a week


Program: EPSDT and other Clinical Programs


Reports To: Clinical Supervisor


Benefits: TLG offers a comprehensive benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision, Medical FSA and Dependent Care FSA, Commuter & Parking Benefits, Long-term disability, Life insurance, Paid time off and Paid holidays.


 


SUMMARY:


Through the Looking Glass Family Clinicians provide primarily in-home family therapy, infant-parent therapy and individual therapy to children and families where either a caregiver, or a child has a disability. We use infant mental health, developmental, and systems models. We take a strength-based, non-pathologizing approach to working with families. We focus on supporting positive and healthy relationships between caregiver and children, helping families achieve their personal goals. When indicated we also support families with case management, support them in navigating systems, and assist in obtaining needed resources. On some cases clinicians may have the opportunity to work collaboratively with a developmental specialist, occupational therapist, and/or a family partner. Some clinicians may have an opportunity to provide consultation to a Head Start program. Typical caseloads are relatively small with clinicians carrying about 12 families.


TLG provides weekly reflective supervision and weekly training to all clinical staff. Trainings focus on infant mental health, working with disabilities and other topics. We try to be a very supportive and flexible work environment, in which supervisors and peers provide reciprocal support and consultation.


 


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:



  • Graduate or professional degree in social work, psychology or other relevant field. Minimum MA or MSW.

  • Experience working with children and families, especially children 0-5. Previous experience in programs serving children and families with disabilities and/or personal/ family disability experience strongly preferred.

  • Knowledge of infant/child development.

  • Expertise regarding infant/parent relationships. Expertise in intervention with families.

  • Experience with EPSDT strongly preferred.


 


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


 



  • Assess and diagnose children using Medi-Cal Managed Care criteria for diagnoses, impairment and intervention

  • Provide clinical intervention (home-based when possible) for children and families.

  • Support quality interaction and relationships between infants or children and parents

  • Provide individual, infant/parent, family, and group therapy

  • Perform all necessary record-keeping, including intake, progress notes, treatment plans and reports in a timely manner

  • Coordinate with other service providers as appropriate

  • Drive to family home and provide in home clinical services.

  • Provide support in parent /child interaction that encourages developmentally appropriate activities for the changing needs of infants and toddlers.

  • Maintain confidentiality with respect to information and records concerning children, families and staff in compliance with HIPAA standards.

  • Some positions may require experience with early childhood mental health consultation, and ability to provide early childhood mental health consultation to Early Head Start or Head Start Centers.

  • Other duties as assigned.


 


LANGUAGE SKILLS: Bilingual, bi-literate English/Spanish strongly preferred; ASL also very desirable. For Bilingual position, ability to perform psychotherapy in Spanish is required.


 


Certificates, Licenses, Registrations, etc.:


  • Possession of a valid California driver’s license and current personal vehicle insurance are required. Job requires the use of personal vehicle in successful completion of job duties and responsibilities.

  • State regulations require a physical examination, current tuberculosis test, and verified fingerprint and criminal records clearance before beginning work.

One of the following is required:



  • California Clinical licensure (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist , Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Psychologist, or Registered Nurse with mental health training and certification)

  • Registered MFT or LPCC Intern, Associate Social Worker , Registered Psychologist, or otherwise waivered or waiverable


Through the Looking Glass is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


 


Visit our website for more information about TLG: www.lookingglass.org


 


To apply, please use this posting or fax/email your resume and cover letter to TLG (no phone calls please).


Contact: Russell Hendlin, Director of Medi-Cal Services


Re: Family Clinician


Through the Looking Glass


Fax: (510) 848-4445


 


CELEBRATING 37 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE DISABILITY COMMUNITY


Through the Looking Glass (TLG) is a disability community-based nonprofit organization in Berkeley, California. TLG has pioneered clinical and supportive services, as well as national training and research serving families in which one or more members – whether parent or child - has a disability or medical issue. Since founding in 1982 TLG has provided infant mental health or infant/parent /family therapy and relationship-based developmental services. TLG’s mission is: “To provide and encourage respectful and empowering services—guided by personal disability experience and disability culture—for families that have children, parents, or grandparents with disability or medical issues.” TLG’s staff includes culturally and linguistically diverse psychologists, marriage and family therapists, social workers, developmental specialists, occupational therapists, a nurse, a childbirth educator and early childhood educators.


 


Keywords: MFT, LCSW, PhD, PsyD, ASW, LPHA, RN, psychologist, clinician, social worker, therapist, infant mental health, bilingual, Spanish, Early Childhood Education Consultation, ASL


Company Description

CELEBRATING 37 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE DISABILITY COMMUNITY

Through the Looking Glass (TLG) is a disability community-based nonprofit organization in Berkeley, California. TLG has pioneered clinical and supportive services, as well as national training and research serving families in which one or more members – whether parent or child - has a disability or medical issue. Since founding in 1982 TLG has provided infant mental health or infant/parent /family therapy and relationship-based developmental services. TLG's mission is “To provide and encourage respectful and empowering services—guided by personal disability experience and disability culture—for families that have children, parents, or grandparents with disability or medical issues.” TLG’s staff includes culturally and linguistically diverse psychologists, marriage and family therapists, social workers, developmental specialists, occupational therapists, a nurse, a childbirth educator, and early childhood educators.


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AMFT/ ASW or LCSW/ MFT needed for per diem work in San Leandro working with adolescents in an in patient PHF. Candidate must have relevant experience. This can be 2 weekends/ month or as needed, days available during the week also if wanted. $30/ hour- AMFT/ ASW and $45/ hour - LCSW/ MFT.  Temp must be able to train for a 5 days M - F.

Company Description

We are a staffing and recruiting agency that specializes in social services. We hire BA, BSW, MA, MSW, LCSW, MFT, PsyD and PhD candidates for temporary, temp to hire and direct hire opportunities throughout California. We have part time and full time positions available, both direct services and management.


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Program Description
Full Circle Family Program (FCFP) offers outpatient mental-health services for multicultural, low-income children between ages 4-21 and their families throughout San Francisco. FCFP utilizes evidence-based practices to help youth succeed within the context of their families. We believe that, regardless of the setting in which youth may be exhibiting challenges, each family has the strengths necessary to develop and achieve goals for their children and themselves. Thus, our philosophy is to honor families and to offer effective support so families can achieve their goals. We serve families and client in the location that best meets their needs, including their schools, homes, or one of our community-based locations throughout San Francisco.


Job Description


Clinicians will provide individual and family therapy, case management, and team support services in schools, in clients’ homes, and in community-based settings. Services will be guided by a thorough process of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning. Family and client strengths are central to the healing process, and services will strive at all times to honor families’ culture and values. Clinicians will be responsible for maintaining accurate and complete client records and adhere to legal and ethical standards regarding confidentiality and reporting requirements. Group supervision, clinical training, and BBS hours toward licensure are provided for all staff. Additional duties may be assigned as needed.


Program Specific Responsibilities


· Individual and family therapy for youth ages 4-21


· Utilize evidence-based interventions and theories.


· Treatment provided is consistent with a thorough assessment and treatment plan developed in partnership with the family.


· Provide case management, behavioral coaching and crisis intervention as necessary


· Collaborate closely with our community referral sources and partners: schools, county departments, community-based organizations, etc.


· Meet documentation and other deadlines; comply with requirements for Medical/county paperwork.


· Perform administrative tasks within timelines (chart completion, meeting attendance, etc.)


Minimum Qualifications:


· Bilingual: Spanish Required


· Masters or doctoral degree in psychology, social work, or marriage and family therapy required


· Registration with the BBS or Board of Psychology required


· Experience providing therapy to children and families in community-based settings strongly preferred


· Knowledge of evidence-based practices in mental health preferred


· Strong individual and family assessment skills and proficiency using DSM-5 and ICD-10 desirable


· Working knowledge of Microsoft Word processing; ability to utilize Felton Information Management System


· Strong organizational and time management skills


· Strong communication and interpersonal skills


· Experience with MediCal and/or Avatar documentation is desirable


· Ability be a team player with a welcoming attitude


· Possess a valid CA Driver’s license and access to a vehicle with proper insurance


Additional Information:


Division: Children, Youth and Family


Reports to: Program Manager


Position: 100% FTE with benefits:


· Medical, dental and vision insurance (PPO or HMO options)


· 403(b) retirement plan


· Employer life insurance


· Employee Assistance Program


· Flexible Spending Account (both medical and dependent care)


Generous time off policy:


· 12 paid holidays per year


· 21 paid vacation days per year


· 3 personal days off per year


· 15 paid sick days per year


Company Description

Agency Overview
Founded in 1889, the Felton Institute (formerly Family Service Agency of San Francisco) has a 130-year history of innovation in services for vulner­able children, families, and adults. Felton’s mission is to respond to human needs with cutting edge social services and treatment that combine the best social science research with cultural sensitivity, a deep respect for the consumer, and a commitment to social justice. With over 40 programs in 11 languages at sites throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and surrounding counties, our comprehensive array of services reaches across all racial, ethnic, cultural, and linguistic lines. At the heart of our work is the belief that individuals and families in crisis must have access to services and resources to help them build on their inherent strengths and develop self-sufficiency. Felton offers a dynamic, challenging, and supportive work environment where staff is encouraged to increase their skills and enter new domains.


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East Bay Agency for Children, also known as EBAC, is looking for a talented and passionate individual with a commitment to social justice to join our incredible team. EBAC's mission - to improve the well-being of children, youth and families by reducing the impact of trauma and social inequities - motivates our amazing staff to create change for our program participants each and every day.


For 5 years EBAC has been named a Top Workplace by the Bay Area News Group, reflecting our supportive and fulfilling work environment. As an EBAC staff member, you can enjoy a healthy work/life balance through generous paid time off and excellent benefits. A career with EBAC will make you part of a well-established and respected agency with an inspiring team of people furthering a compelling mission.


JOB DESCRIPTION


East Bay Agency for Children (EBAC) has opportunities for Mental Health Clinicians providing counseling to children and their families for various programs throughout Alameda County which include: Berkeley, Oakland, San Leandro, Hayward, Newark


Incumbents will performs assessments (using CANS), articulate diagnostic formulations (with measurable objectives) and makes recommendations with regards to the impact of mental health issues. Candidates selected will provide case management services and makes referrals as appropriate. In addition, our Mental Health Clinicians will provide individual treatment; works collaboratively with families, teachers, administrators and school site staff.


To learn more about the variety of services that our Mental Health Clinicians support at EBAC please visit our website at www.ebac.org/services/


QUALIFICATIONS and COMPETENCY FACTORS



  • Master’s degree in counseling psychology or social work required.

  • MFT, LCSW or registered Associate with the Behavioral Board of Sciences (AMFT or ASW) preferred.

  • Experience with Medi-Cal documentation preferred.

  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) Preferred NOT Required.

  • Experience providing therapeutic services to children and families utilizing evidence based practices, play therapy, expressive. arts, CBT and trauma informed methods.

  • Sensitive to the needs of vulnerable populations.

  • Committed to culturally informed practice and a multicultural learning environment.

  • Experience in school-based social work/therapy or prior teaching experience preferred as well as experience integrating well into school based culture.

  • Ability to work as a team member and contribute to program development.

  • Ability and willingness to maintain clear and complete records, meet strict deadlines for written reports and chart documentation, and compile and report monthly statistics.

  • Must be extremely organized, paying closed attention to details and procedures.

  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, procedure manuals, and government regulations.

  • Ability to write routine reports, correspondence, and field notes.

  • Ability to speak effectively before groups of children, mental health professionals, parents or guardians, teachers, school administrators, and interns and volunteers.

  • Ability to drive with valid driver's license/auto insurance, and access to a vehicle as needed.


RESPONSIBILITIES



  • Provides short term (3-9 months), trauma informed, solution focused individual, group and family counseling as well as classroom based interventions and school climate work.

  • Provides consultation to teachers and site administrators on a variety of topics including child development, behavior management, learning styles of children, and various mental health considerations.

  • Completes comprehensive child/family assessment (using CANS), formulates diagnostic picture and develops comprehensive treatment plans including substantiating impairment and developing measurable treatment objectives, and communicates recommendations to school and family.

  • Maintains case records, including charts, treatment plans, termination summaries, statistics reports, and other reports as required.

  • Manages and maintains due dates and timeline procedures as related to MediCal Standards and EBAC best practices.

  • Provides case management services for children and families.

  • Contributes to the Behavioral Health Services team by participating in program development and planning.

  • Provides case presentations at clinical team meetings.

  • Actively participates in both group and individual clinical supervision by being prepared to discuss case work, interventions, counter-transference issues, and theoretical rationales.

  • Participates in core team meetings (including IEPs, COST and SSTs) at site placement.

  • Supervises/mentors para-professionals, volunteers, and interns as program demands.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.


WORKING CONDITIONS and JOB SETTING



  • Work is primarily in an office / school setting with children or youth.

  • Program headquarters is in a multi-story building with stairs that need to be climbed for access to the other floors as needed.

  • Because work is directly with children, full mobility is required for standing, walking, sitting, using hands, climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and crawling.

  • Primary work is in challenging, under-resourced school settings, in neighborhoods impacted by poverty, community violence, crime, systemic racism and oppression.

  • May need to use child-size chairs for sitting.

  • Regular driving is required.

  • Periodic lifting up to 25 pounds is required.


EBAC offers a uniquely generous time off package and an outstanding benefits package that includes health; chiropractic; dental; voluntary life insurance (for yourself and your family), AD&D and SDT; accident and critical illness coverage (for yourself and family); flexible spending for medical, child care and commuter benefits; 403b retirement program; legal insurance; and, agency paid life insurance and long term disability coverage.


East Bay Agency for Children is an equal opportunity employer and encourages diverse candidates to apply. No phone calls please.


Company Description

We are very proud of our organization and the meaningful difference it has made over the years in the lives of so many children and their families. In joining EBAC, you will become part of a highly skilled, diverse team of colleagues who are dedicated to helping some of our most vulnerable children achieve academic success and more hopeful futures.

You will also be joining a well-managed and financially stable organization that is consistently highly-rated and respected by community mental health leaders and school administrators, principals, teachers, and students and their families.

East Bay Agency for Children's endeavor to create a positive work culture is acknowledged by our employees. Employee responses to the 2018 Bay Area News Group survey ranked EBAC among the top 100 Workplaces in the Bay Area! A career with East Bay Agency for Children will make you a part of a great agency, a great group of people, and a great mission.

We are committed to maintaining a truly supportive work environment that reflects our values and culture. Being an EBAC staff member offers a unique opportunity to achieve a healthy work/life balance through generous paid time off and excellent benefits.


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