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PRINCIPAL SUBSTANCE USE COUNSELOR, FULL TIME SUBSTANCE USE TREATMENT OUTPATIENT PROGRAM POSITION DESCRIPTION AND JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Union Position Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. (Horizons), established in 1965, is a community-based organization located in the Mission District, and offers substance use prevention, treatment, employment, mental health and gender specific services, for Latino and other youth of color, ages 12 to 26, and their families, residing in the Mission District and the city and county of San Francisco.

Position Title: Principal Substance Use Counselor

Reports To: Executive Director (interim basis)

Program Summary : The Substance Use Outpatient Treatment Program (OP) provides culturally-rooted services that address the needs of youth in our community through individual, group, and family counseling, case management, collateral, and other healing-focused strategies such as art and music therapy, medicinal drumming, etc. Services are provided onsite, in the community including other CBOs, Juvenile Hall and San Francisco County Jails, at participating schools.

Responsibilities:

· Provide culturally and linguistically competent Substance Use Outpatient Treatment Services to youth and young adults ages 10-26.

· Work closely to with SFUSD and other City Department staff to coordinate referrals and service implementation to enhance a client’s experience and success in the program.

· Develop and implement an outreach plan and corresponding activities for the purpose of engaging youth in programming.

· Work collaboratively with Agency staff to increase knowledge and participation in OP services and initiatives, and support the facilitation of, and increase in, referrals and program support.

· Conduct client intakes, screening, and assessments to determine needs, strengths, supports, etc.

· Develop strength-based Plans of Care for each client and consistently monitor progress.

· Conduct individual, group, and family counseling, including follow-ups.

· Document and maintain up to date client files, progress notes, and plans of care while ensuring confidentiality, according to clinical procedures.

· Track client services and enter them into the AVATAR system on a daily basis, and within 24-48 of service provision.

· Act as an advocate for clients and families to ensure quality and responsive service delivery.

· Provide case management and collateral services that includes communicating regularly with schools, probation officers, social workers, family members and other caregivers, regarding client’s treatment progress, etc., when appropriate.

· Accumulate knowledge of, and coordinate services with other providers, when appropriate.

· Provide coordination support to achieve the mission and objectives of the Outpatient Program.

· Attend weekly Encuentro Clinical meetings, bi-weekly All Staff meetings and other funding source and required meetings.

· Attend all required trainings, including DMC ODS, documentation, other training's to stay abreast of program and service requirements.

· Participate in all relevant trainings (ASAM, DMC ODS, documentation, etc) to ensure knowledge and implementation of funding source requirement. · Perform other duties as requested by the Program Director, Treatment and Gender-Specific Programs.

· A minimum of 2.5 years working with at risk youth and their families.

· Must be a State Certified Counselor (or enrolled in an accredited institution and in the process of obtaining certification), through the CCAPP California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals certification credentials in CADC, CATC, or CCAPP.

· Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred.

· Knowledge in Motivational Interviewing, Stages of Change, Motivational Enhancement Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, MET/CBT 5 treatment models.

· Knowledgeable of clinical treatment, healing arts, intervention techniques, and approaches to youth development. · Knowledge and ability to use Avatar system for all documentation.

· Experience working with youth within the juvenile justice system, youth with disabilities, youth with co-occurring disorders, and/or gang-affiliated, etc.

· Able to maintain confidential, accurate, and complete records including documentation of daily encounters; progress notes; weekly and monthly reports, etc.

· Must be a self-starter and able to organize/coordinate services/workflow in a flexible setting.

· Excellent organizational, communication, written, and verbal skills.

· Ability to work as a member of a team and work outside of regular business hours (that may include evenings, weekends, before and after hours).

· If in recovery, must be clean and sober for at least two continuous years.

· Must be able to pass a background check and clear a TB test before first day of employment.

· Must have a valid driver’s license and the ability to operate the agency van.

This is a full-time, permanent position after successful completion of a 6-month probation period. Eligible for benefits (medical, dental, vision plan, accidental life and AD&D insurance) on the 1st of the month following 1 full month of continuous employment. Other benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays. The hourly wage ranges from $21.34-$24.73.

 

Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, culture, age, disability, gender, or sexual orientation. Women and People Of Color Are Encouraged To Apply.Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.


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Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc., established in 1965, is a community-based organization located in the Mission District, and offers substance abuse prevention, treatment, employment, and gender specific services, for Latino and other youth of color, ages 12 to 26, and their families, residing in the Mission District and the city and county of San Francisco.

Position: Mental Health Case Manager, EMIC Behavioral Health Services Reports to: Program Director, Treatment and Gender Specific Programs

Program Summary: The EMIC Behavioral Health Services offered at Horizons provides culturally affirming, population focused, mental health services for TAY youth, ages 16-24, and/or their families. Services include outreach and engagement to raise awareness about the program and services, screening and assessment, wellness activities/groups, individual and group therapeutic services, and case management. This position will serve as the hub for service enrollment, engagement, and coordination; receiving referrals, conducting screenings, connecting clients and/or their family members to both on and offsite services including therapy, faciliate wellness groups, and providing case management to clients which includes direct assistance in gaining access to services, coordination of care, and linkage to appropriate services.

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Conduct outreach activities for the purposes of engaging youth in mental health services, including the development of outreach materials and plans.

• Coordinate and oversee the referral process.

• Conduct client screening/intake to ensure that all individuals are adequately and appropriately served according to their individual needs.

• Complete case management assessment on all clients entering caseload and consistently monitor progress.

• Provide on-going supportive and/or case management functions in accordance with the problems, needs and strategies identified within the case plan in order to help the clients achieve the stated goals and objectives. This includes communicating regularly with schools, probation officers, social worker, family members and other caregivers, regarding client’s treatment progress, etc., when appropriate.

• Document and maintain up to date client files while ensuring confidentiality, according to clinical procedures.

• Act as an advocate for clients and families to ensure service delivery.

• Develop and facilitate wellness groups and activities.

• Accumulate knowledge of, and coordinate services with other providers, when appropriate.

• Connect families with needed and available community resources, follow-up with clients and agencies as appropriate to document use/success of referral.

HORIZONS UNLIMITED OF SAN FRANCISCO, INC.

• Participate in continuing education activities/trainings, remaining knowledgeable in area (s) of expertise.

• Attend weekly interdisciplinary clinical meetings with clinical staff and bi-weekly individual supervision meetings with the Clinical Director.

• Adhere to agency policy, procedures and the professional code of ethics.

• Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

• BA in Social Work and/or related field and/or a minimum of 2+ years working with at risk youth and their families.

• Knowledge and skills in community based behavioral health care (mental health) and case management experience.

• Experience conducting screenings and keeping client case notes.

• Adept in case plan development and tracking.

• Able to develop and facilitate mental health related wellness groups.

• Must be detail oriented, deadline driven, and able to work independently and take initiative.

• Bilingual (Spanish/English).

• Knowledge of youth service providers in San Francisco preferred.

• Knowledge of clinical treatment, healing arts, intervention techniques, and approaches to youth development, behavior modification, harm reduction, etc.

• Experience working with youth within the juvenile justice system, youth with disabilities, youth with co-occurring disorders, and/or gang-affiliated, etc.

• Able to maintain confidential, accurate, and complete records including documentation of daily encounters; progress notes; weekly and monthly reports, etc.

• Excellent organizational, communication, written, and verbal skills.

• Ability to work as a member of a team and willing to be flexible (that may include working evenings).

• Must be able to pass a Department of Justice background check and clear a TB test before first day of employment.

• This position is under the collective bargaining agreement with SEIU 1021 and in such is subject to enrollment.

• If in recovery, must be clean and sober for a minimum of 2 continuous years.

Compensation and Benefits This is a full-time, permanent position after successful completion of a 6-month probation period. Eligible for benefits (medical, dental, vision plan, accidental life and AD&D insurance) on the 1st day of the month following 1 full month of continuous employment. Other benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays. The hourly wage ranges from $21.25 to 24.62.

HORIZONS UNLIMITED OF SAN FRANCISCO, INC.

Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, culture, age, disability, gender, or sexual orientation. Women and People Of Color Are Encouraged To Apply.

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

HORIZONS UNLIMITED OF SAN FRANCISCO, INC. 


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Behavior Technician Opportunity at Kadiant

Receive Support, Mentorship, Training, Growth, and Career Advancement    

Do you have a high level of compassion and patience to work with individuals with Autism to learn social, behavioral, and daily living skills they need to succeed?   


If your answer is yes, then join Kadiant as a Behavior Technician!!   

Come to Kadiant for what you will do:

As a Behavior Technician, you will help shape the future of individuals by providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy and related services to individuals diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). You will enjoy creating and working in a fun, playful setting to help individuals close the gap by teaching the social, behavioral and daily living skills they need to succeed.

 

Come to Kadiant for who we are:

At Kadiant we are our people, and our people are passionate about delivering state-of-the-art behavior analytic services to individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other disabilities.  We are great at what we do, and we love doing it.  Individually and as a community we help our clients to live their ABSOLUTE best lives.  

Come to Kadiant to learn:   

Kadiant is known for our rich mentorship experience and clinical support from a team of exceptional clinicians. You will participate in a wide variety of training and professional development opportunities. We offer free live and online continuing education units to professional growth opportunities such as our Annual Kadiant Konference, Coffee Talks and other local and national uptraining events hosted by industry leading experts.   

 

Come to Kadiant to grow:  

Kadiant provides lots of paid training opportunities to advance your career in the ABA industry. Behavior Technicians are part of a defined clinical career path offering opportunities to grow and advance to Lead RBT, Program Supervisor, Clinical Supervisor, even Clinical Director.   

 

Come to Kadiant with:   

A passion for ABA and enabling clients to live their ABSOLUTE best lives!  You should be an energetic, patient, and compassionate.  It is preferred that you have at least 6 months of ABA experience working with individuals on the autism spectrum and/or other related developmental disabilities. We will provide training if you lack this experience. You should be proficient using technology and be capable of using a tablet on a daily basis to track data during sessions, communicate with team members, etc. 

Kadiant is proud to be an inclusive employer:   

Kadiant is committed to providing a positive and diverse workplace for all team members.  We celebrate people for their unique qualities and without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, gender identity and expression, national origin, ancestry, disability, veteran status, size, marital/family status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. 

Come to Kadiant for your financial and physical well-being:  


  • Paid RBT Certification Training

  • Student Loan Paydown Program

  • Health, Vision, Dental benefits, and access to an Employee Assistance Program

  • 401k: A generous retirement savings package with employer match*

  • Tablets are provided to all Behavior Technicians

  • Paid Vacation and Sick Days

  • Paid Drive Time and Mileage Reimbursement

  • LifeMart Team Member Discount Program

  • Professional Development Reimbursement: RBT fees, and CEU reimbursement*

     *Must meet minimum requirements   

Kadiant is taking precautions against COVID-19:  

The well-being of Kadiant’s clients and team members are our top priority, which is why we are taking prudent precautions to ensure everyone’s safety.  Kadiant has implemented numerous precautions in the home and clinic settings, which are outlined below:


  • Following state and/or county orders on face coverings and/or face masks

  • Limiting the number of team members in each client’s home at any given time

  • Social distancing in clinic and home settings

  • Staggering shifts at clinic locations

  • Physical barriers may be installed as appropriate per location 

We have also added additional symptoms per the CDC to the health check, which applies to both team members/household members and client/household members.  We appreciate your patience and flexibility as we navigate through these disconcerting times.   


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Job Description


JOIN OUR COMMITTED TEAM IN PROVIDING STRENGTH-BASED FAMILY SERVICES!


 


Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for Clinicians who want to join our team of innovators who continually "push the envelope" and challenges traditional thinking in Behavioral Health.


 


WHO ARE WE:


 


We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children, youth and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. With sites located in Tukwila, Tacoma, Olympia, Shelton, Bremerton, Aberdeen, Yelm, Vancouver, and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population for youth and families. We employ over 550 caring and compassionate employees. 


 


WHAT WE VALUE:  
Compassion  Diversity  Excellence  Justice  Stewardship


 


We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise.  We serve as a catalyst for change when appropriate, challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health.  We behave with Humility, Passion for our Mission, and Compassion and Respectful Interactions.   We value learning and offer alternatives and we stand strong to help child-serving systems understand our alternative paradigm while strengthening partnerships. We do not compromise our values.



We provide family, strength-based mental health services for children and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope and promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. Clinicians work flexible schedules, based on their family’s needs, including evenings and weekends, in the home and community setting of the youth and families.  This unique way of working allows Clinicians the opportunity to offer a high level of collaboration, coordination and intensive behavior health services while allowing room for creativity and needs driven work. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities. A full job description with qualifications will be shared with candidates identified for an interview. 


 


We Offer: 



  • Opportunity to provide innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions while working on a collaborative team in the community supporting youth and families.

  • Full-time employment, working hours to meet the family's needs. 

  • Highly competitive wages and a comprehensive benefit package

  • Licensure reimbursement or agency affiliation (depending level of degree)

  • $75 Availability Stipend per pay period

  • Other pay incentives may be available

  • Relocation assistance may be available

  • Supplemental Cancer, Hospitalization, and Critical Illness Insurance.  

  • Extensive training (examples: De-Escalation, Safety, WISe, BRS, CPR and First Aide, and First Response).

  • Fully implemented Health Record system (CareLogic) with in-depth training.



WHAT WE ARE SEEKING IN A CANDIDATE: 



  • A Bachelor's degree in Behavioral Sciences, or equivalent, accredited degree; plus 1+ year directly related experience.

  • 21 years or older.

  • Highly competitive compensation package with a starting base wage of $25.17 per hour - DOE.

  • Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and automobile insurance.

  • Applicant must successfully pass required background checks prior to an offer of employment.

  • Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team.

  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services.

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


  Preferred Qualifications:



  • Mental Health Professional (as defined by WAC 388-865).

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice.


ABOUT BREMERTON & KITSAP AREA:


 


Bremerton is a small beautiful city, located across from Seattle (a one-hour ferry ride away) with sweeping views of Olympic Mountain Range. Guests of Bremerton will enjoy the Harborside area offering fine hotels and dining, coffee shops, cafes and Art District, Puget Sound Navy Museum, USS Turner Joy, Boardwalk, Harborside Fountain, and PSNS Memorial Plaza. 


 


The surrounding Kitsap area offers smaller, charming, waterfront communities with all the amenities of any large city. Enjoy all the area has to offer:



  • A haven for boating, fishing, whale and bird watching, and hiking.

  • Kitsap is alive with farmers markets, art shows, and festivals throughout the year. 

  • Bremerton offer championship golf courses, 35 parks, affordable housing, excellent schools, and many recreational programs. 


If you are passionate about providing strength-based mental health services for children, youth and their family, we would love to hear from you! Please visit our Careers Page at https://ccsww.org/careers/ . For additional questions, contact Karla Lacktorin, Regional Healthcare Recruiter, at karlal@ccsww.org or 253-325-2864.


 


Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position.


 


Note to Internal Candidates: HR reviews internal compensation and determines increase based on their experience and also agency internal equity factors.


 


Company Description

The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


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Job Description


JOIN OUR COMMITTED TEAM IN PROVIDING STRENGTH-BASED FAMILY SERVICES In KITSAP COUNTY!


 


Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for Clinicians who want to join our team of innovators who continually "push the envelope" and challenges traditional thinking in Behavioral Health.


 


WHO ARE WE:


 


We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children, youth and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. With sites located in Tukwila, Tacoma, Olympia, Shelton, Bremerton, Aberdeen, Yelm, Vancouver, and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population for youth and families. We employ over 550 caring and compassionate employees. 


 


WHAT WE VALUE:  
Compassion  Diversity  Excellence  Justice  Stewardship


 


We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise.  We serve as a catalyst for change when appropriate, challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health.  We behave with Humility, Passion for our Mission, and Compassion and Respectful Interactions.   We value learning and offer alternatives and we stand strong to help child-serving systems understand our alternative paradigm while strengthening partnerships. We do not compromise our values.



We provide family, strength-based mental health services for children and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope and promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. Clinicians work flexible schedules, based on their family’s needs, including evenings and weekends, in the home and community setting of the youth and families.  This unique way of working allows Clinicians the opportunity to offer a high level of collaboration, coordination and intensive behavior health services while allowing room for creativity and needs driven work. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities. A full job description with qualifications will be shared with candidates identified for an interview. 


 


We Offer: 



  • Opportunity to provide innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions while working on a collaborative team in the community supporting youth and families.

  • Full-time employment, working hours to meet the family's needs. 

  • Highly competitive wages and a comprehensive benefit package

  • Licensure reimbursement or agency affiliation (depending level of degree)

  • $75 Availability Stipend per pay period

  • Other pay incentives may be available

  • Relocation assistance may be available

  • Supplemental Cancer, Hospitalization, and Critical Illness Insurance.  

  • Extensive training (examples: De-Escalation, Safety, WISe, BRS, CPR and First Aide, and First Response).

  • Fully implemented Health Record system (CareLogic) with in-depth training.



WHAT WE ARE SEEKING IN A CANDIDATE: 



  • Master’s degree in social work, psychological, behavioral sciences or equivalent field.

  • 21 years or older.

  • One - 3 year’s experience in services related to family preservation, foster care, or children/families with complex needs (depending on level of degree).

  • Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and automobile insurance.

  • Applicant must successfully pass required background checks prior to an offer of employment.

  • Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team.

  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services.

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


  Preferred Qualifications:



  • Mental Health Professional (as defined by WAC 388-865).

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice.


ABOUT BREMERTON & KITSAP AREA:


 


Bremerton is a small beautiful city, located across from Seattle (a one-hour ferry ride away) with sweeping views of Olympic Mountain Range. Guests of Bremerton will enjoy the Harborside area offering fine hotels and dining, coffee shops, cafes and Art District, Puget Sound Navy Museum, USS Turner Joy, Boardwalk, Harborside Fountain, and PSNS Memorial Plaza. 


 


The surrounding Kitsap area offers smaller, charming, waterfront communities with all the amenities of any large city. Enjoy all the area has to offer:



  • A haven for boating, fishing, whale and bird watching, and hiking.

  • Kitsap is alive with farmers markets, art shows, and festivals throughout the year. 

  • Bremerton offer championship golf courses, 35 parks, affordable housing, excellent schools, and many recreational programs. 


If you are passionate about providing strength-based mental health services for children, youth and their family, we would love to hear from you! Please visit our Careers Page at https://ccsww.org/careers/ . For additional questions, contact Karla Lacktorin, Regional Healthcare Recruiter, at karlal@ccsww.org or 253-325-2864.


 


Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position.


 


Note to Internal Candidates: HR reviews internal compensation and determines increase based on their experience and also agency internal equity factors.


Company Description

The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


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Job Description


JOIN OUR DEDICATED, SUPPORTIVE TEAM OF PROFESSIONAL & MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE YOUTH & FAMILIES LIVES WE SERVE IN PIERCE COUNTY, WA!


 


Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for Clinicians who want to join our team of innovators who continually "push the envelope" and challenges traditional thinking in Behavioral Health.


 


WHO WE ARE 


 


We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children, youth and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home, restoring hope with promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. Our sites are located in Tukwila, Tacoma, Olympia, Shelton, Bremerton, Aberdeen, Yelm, Vancouver, and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population of families. We employ over 550 caring and compassionate employees.


 


WHAT WE VALUE


Compassion Diversity Excellence Justice   Stewardship


 


We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise.  We serve as a catalyst for change when appropriate, challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health.  We behave with Humility, Passion for our Mission, and Compassionately and Respectfully in our Interactions.   We value learning and offer alternatives and we stand strong to help child-serving systems understand our alternative paradigm while strengthening partnerships. We do not compromise our values. 



We provide family, strength-based intensive mental health service interventions for children and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope and promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. Our Clinicians work flexible schedules, based on their family’s needs, including evenings and weekends, in the home and community setting of the youth and families.  This may require 24/5 on call availability due to an unstructured work week to include irregular and unpredictable hours. This unique way of working allows Clinicians the opportunity to offer a high level of collaboration, coordination and intensive behavior health services while allowing room for creativity and needs driven work. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities. A full job description with qualifications will be shared with candidates identified for an interview. 



WHAT WE ARE SEEKING IN A CANDIDATE



  • Masters in Social Work, Psychological, Social Sciences, Behavioral Sciences. 

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

  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and current automobile insurance with an acceptable driving record per CCS policy.

  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services.

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice, preferred. 

  • Mental Health Professional (As defined by WAC 338-685), preferred.


WHAT WE OFFER



  • Providing innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions in the community supporting youth and families. 

  • Full-time employment, working hours to meet family’s needs with “Availability Pay” of $75.00 per pay period.

  • Supervision for licensing and licensing reimbursement.

  • Highly competitive compensation package with a starting base wage of $61,815 per year.  

  • Medical, dental, & vision insurance, retirement plans with generous paid time off. 

  • Extensive training (ex: De-Escalation, Safety, WISe, BRS, CPR & First Aide, and First Response). 

  • Fully implemented Health Record system (CareLogic) with in-depth training.

  • Supplemental Cancer, Hospitalization, and Critical Illness Insurance.


ABOUT PIERCE COUNTY:


 


This position will serve all Pierce which includes Tacoma, University Place, Lakewood, Puyallup, Fife and other neighboring cities. The home office is in University Place.  Enjoy all the area has to offer:



  • Between the shores of the Puget Sound and the shadow of Mount Rainier, Pierce County ultimate destination for recreation and relaxation. Enjoy spectacular views, Commencement Bay, walking trails, boating, and close proximity to Seattle or Olympia, WA.   

  • You will enjoy outstanding restaurants with gourmands and culinary connoisseurs who have cultivated a scene that’s made national press, with top-notch meeting and convention spaces, and huge headliner concerts have drawn visitors from across the globe. 


If you are passionate about providing strength-based mental health services for children, youth and their family, we would love to hear from you! Please visit our Careers Page at https://ccsww.org/careers/ . For additional questions, contact Karla Lacktorin, Regional Healthcare Recruiter, at karlal@ccsww.org or 253-325-2864.


Note for Internal Candidates: reviews internal compensation and determines increase based on their experience and also agency internal equity factors.


Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is and Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position. 


Company Description

The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


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Job Description


Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for Clinicians who want to join our team of innovators who continually "push the envelope" and challenges traditional thinking in Behavioral Health.


 


WHO ARE WE:


 


We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children, youth and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. With sites located in Tukwila, Tacoma, Olympia, Shelton, Bremerton, Aberdeen, Yelm, Vancouver, and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population for youth and families. We employ over 550 caring and compassionate employees. 


 


WHAT WE VALUE:  
Compassion  Diversity  Excellence  Justice  Stewardship


 


We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise.  We serve as a catalyst for change when appropriate, challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health.  We behave with Humility, Passion for our Mission, and Compassion and Respectful Interactions.   We value learning and offer alternatives and we stand strong to help child-serving systems understand our alternative paradigm while strengthening partnerships. We do not compromise our values.



JOB SUMMARY


 


We provide family, strength-based mental health services including crisis intervention and extended stabilization as well as long-term, team-based services for children and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope and promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. 


 


Clinicians work flexible schedules, based on their family’s needs, including evenings and weekends in the home and community setting of the youth and families.  This unique way of working allows Clinicians the opportunity to offer a high level of collaboration, coordination and intensive behavior health services while allowing room for creativity and needs driven work. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities. Position requires 24/7 on call availability due to an unstructured work week to include irregular and unpredictable hours.  A full job description with qualifications will be shared with candidates identified for an interview. 


 



WHAT WE ARE SEEKING IN A CANDIDATE: 



  • A Master's degree in Behavioral Sciences, or equivalent, accredited degree.

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

  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and current automobile insurance with an acceptable driving record per CCS policy.

  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services. 

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice. 


Preferred Qualifications:



  • Mental Health Professional (as defined by WAC 388-865).

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice.


WHAT WE OFFER: 



  • Opportunity to provide innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions in the community supporting youth and families.

  • Full-time employment, working hours to meet the family's needs with "Availability Pay" of $75.00 per pay period. 

  • Highly competitive compensation package with a starting wage of $61,815 per year, plus DOE. 

  • Medical, dental, & vision insurance, retirement plans with generous paid time off.  

  • Supervision for Licensing and Reimbursement for License.  

  • Extensive training (examples: De-Escalation, Safety, WISe, BRS, CPR and First Aide, and First Response).

  • Fully implemented Health Record system (CareLogic) with in-depth training. 

  • Supplemental Cancer, Hospitalization, and Critical Illness Insurance.


ABOUT PORTLAND: 


 


Whether you’re a fan of theater, live music, craft beer, funky foods or being outside, Portland has something for you.  The city has a great vibe for food carts, street festivals, visual and performing art with an array of specialty shops.



  • Home to a sprawling urban forest, dozens of verdant public parks, gorgeous gardens and a sparkling river running through the middle of the city, there’s never a shortage of ways to explore Portland’s outdoors. Whether you’re a fan of flowers, tranquil gardens, urban hikes or just looking to get some fresh air, Portland has something for every kind of outdoor enthusiast covered.

  • Get out of the city to explore! From zip lines to whitewater rafting and horseback riding to pioneer history, or strolling on the Oregon Coast, these attractions are worth the (short) trips outside Portland.

  • Choose from multiple cities to explore, each with their own unique landscapes and history; grab a tent and experience some of the best camping in the country; or settle in to a pint of Oregon-made craft beer at a nearby brewery.


If you are passionate about providing strength-based mental health services for children, youth and their family, we would love to hear from you! Please visit our Careers Page at https://ccsww.org/careers/ . For additional questions, contact Karla Lacktorin, Regional Healthcare Recruiter, at karlal@ccsww.org or 253-325-2864.


Note to Internal Candidates: HR reviews internal compensation and determines increase based on their experience and also agency internal equity factors.


Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position.


 


 


Company Description

The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


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Growing group practice is looking for licensed Marriage and Family therapist for Full Time and Part-time positions available.


The clinician will work with children, adults, families and couples.


Duties and responsibilities:


Conduct intake interviews, evaluate/ asses for mental and emotional disorders, record; make necessary referrals as may be necessary (e.g. psychiatrist)


Develop a treatment plan based on goals and objectives for each client


Complete all required documentation in a timely manner as well other administrative documentations needed (treatment plans, soap notes, record interventions in progress notes, intakes notes, correspondence, termination notes, etc. ) in an EHR.


Work closely with other licensed therapists in the group practice.


Make phone calls for initial consultation and scheduling the first session to build rapport with clients.


Working hours are Monday to Friday from 8: 00 am and 6:00 pm


Attend Monthly clinical and staff meetings and trainings.


Qualifications


-Must Have a current California LMFT license through the Board of Behavioral Science (BBS)


-Most posses and maintain your own malpractice insurance


-Must be able to work independently, with minimal oversight, ethically and competent in all areas of their assigned duties.


-Bilingual (English/Spanish) required


*The company reserves the right to add or change duties at any time.



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SEEKING A DEDICATED, CLINICIAN TO JOIN OUR COLLABORATIVE & CARING CLINICAL TEAM & MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUTH & FAMILIES LIVES!


Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for Clinicians who want to join our team of innovators who continually "push the envelope" and challenges traditional thinking in Behavioral Health.


WHO WE ARE


We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children, youth and families in their own home and community. Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope and promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. With sites located in Tukwila, Tacoma, Olympia, Shelton, Bremerton, Aberdeen, Yelm, Vancouver, and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population for youth and families. We employ over 550 caring and compassionate employees.


WHAT WE VALUE


Compassion Diversity Excellence Justice Stewardship


We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise. We serve as a catalyst for change when appropriate, challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health. We behave with Humility, Passion for our Mission, and Compassion and Respectful Interactions. We value learning and offer alternatives and we stand strong to help child-serving systems understand our alternative paradigm while strengthening partnerships. We do not compromise our values.


JOB SUMMARY:


We provide family, strength-based mental health services for children and families in their own home and community. Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope with promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. Clinicians work flexible schedules, based on their family’s needs, including evenings and weekends, in the home and community setting of the youth and families. This unique way of working allows Clinicians the opportunity to offer a high level of collaboration, coordination and intensive behavior health services while allowing room for creativity and needs driven work. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities. A full job description with qualifications will be shared with candidates identified for an interview.


IDEAL CANDIDATE, WILL HAVE:



  • Masters in Social Work, Psychology, Behavioral Sciences, or equivalent, accredited degree.

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

  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and current automobile insurance with an acceptable driving record per CCS policy.

  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services.

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice, preferred.

  • Mental Health Professional (As defined by WAC 338-685), preferred.


WHAT WE OFFER:



  • Opportunity to provide innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions in the community supporting youth and families.

  • Full-time employment, working hours to meet family’s needs with “Availability Pay” of $75.00 per pay period.

  • Licensing supervision and licensing reimbursement.

  • Highly competitive compensation package with a starting base wage of $61,815 per year, (DOE).

  • NO STATE INCOME TAX!

  • Medical, dental, & vision insurance, and retirement plans.

  • Supplemental Cancer Insurance, Hospitalization, and Critical Illness Insurance.

  • Generous paid time off.

  • Extensive training (examples: De-Escalation, Safety, WISe, BRS, CPR & First Aide, and First Response).

  • Fully implemented Health Record system (CareLogic) with in-depth training


ABOUT TACOMA:


Urbanites are drawn to downtown Tacoma for its competitively priced living spaces with sweeping views of Mt. Rainier, city and water views, while families gravitate toward Tacoma’s charming, affordable neighborhoods with big city amenities. Tacoma, conveniently located on the I-5 corridor, easily accessible to Seattle. Enjoy all the area has to offer:



  • A haven for hikers, runners and cyclists. Tacoma is alive with activities from students attending the Universities and Trade, Technical and Community Colleges.

  • Tacoma’s gourmands and culinary connoisseurs have cultivated a scene that’s made national press, with top-notch meeting and convention spaces, and huge headliner concerts have drawn visitors from across the globe.

  • Birthplace of world-renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly, displaying at the Glass Museum, Tacoma is home to vibrant, creative community writers, artists and musicians, photographers, filmmakers, passionate entrepreneurs and business owners.


If you are passionate about providing strength-based mental health services for children, youth and their family, we would love to hear from you! Please visit our Careers Page at https://ccsww.org/careers/ . For additional questions, contact Karla Lacktorin, Regional Healthcare Recruiter, at karlal@ccsww.org or 253-325-2864.


Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is and Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position.


Company Description

The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


See full job description

Job Description


Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for Clinicians who want to join our team of innovators who continually "push the envelope" and challenges traditional thinking in Behavioral Health.


WHO WE ARE


We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children, youth and families in their own home and community. Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope and promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. With sites located in Tukwila, Tacoma, Olympia, Shelton, Bremerton, Aberdeen, Yelm, Vancouver, and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population for youth and families. We employ over 550 caring and compassionate employees.


WHAT WE VALUE


Compassion Diversity Excellence Justice Stewardship


We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise. We serve as a catalyst for change when appropriate, challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health. We behave with Humility, Passion for our Mission, and Compassion and Respectful Interactions. We value learning and offer alternatives and we stand strong to help child-serving systems understand our alternative paradigm while strengthening partnerships. We do not compromise our values.


JOB SUMMARY:


We provide family, strength-based mental health services for children and families in their own home and community. Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope with promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. Clinicians work flexible schedules, based on their family’s needs, including evenings and weekends, in the home and community setting of the youth and families. This unique way of working allows Clinicians the opportunity to offer a high level of collaboration, coordination and intensive behavior health services while allowing room for creativity and needs driven work. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities. A full job description with qualifications will be shared with candidates identified for an interview.


IDEAL CANDIDATE, WILL HAVE:



  • Bachelor’s or Masters in Social Work, Psychology, Behavioral Sciences, or equivalent, accredited degree; prefer 1+ years’ experience.

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

  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and current automobile insurance with an acceptable driving record per CCS policy.

  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services.

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice, preferred.

  • Mental Health Professional (As defined by WAC 338-685), preferred.


WHAT WE OFFER:



  • Opportunity to provide innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions in the community supporting youth and families.

  • Full-time employment, working hours to meet family’s needs with “Availability Pay” of $75.00 per pay period.

  • Licensing supervision and licensing reimbursement.

  • Highly competitive compensation package with a starting wage of $61,815 per year, (DOE).

  • NO STATE INCOME TAX!

  • Medical, dental, & vision insurance, and retirement plans.

  • Generous paid time off.

  • Extensive training (examples: De-Escalation, Safety, WISe, BRS, CPR & First Aide, and First Response).

  • Fully implemented Health Record system (CareLogic) with in-depth training.

  • Supplemental Cancer, Hospitalization, and Critical Illness Insurance


ABOUT PIERCE COUNTY:


This position will serve all Pierce which includes Tacoma, University Place, Lakewood, Puyallup, Fife and other neighboring cities. The home office is in University Place. Enjoy all the area has to offer:



  • Between the shores of the Puget Sound and the shadow of Mount Rainier, Pierce County ultimate destination for recreation and relaxation. Enjoy spectacular views, Commencement Bay, walking trails, boating, and close proximity to Seattle or Olympia, WA.

  • You will enjoy outstanding restaurants with gourmands and culinary connoisseurs who have cultivated a scene that’s made national press, with top-notch meeting and convention spaces, and huge headliner concerts have drawn visitors from across the globe.


If you are passionate about providing strength-based mental health services for children, youth and their family, we would love to hear from you! Please visit our Careers Page at https://ccsww.org/careers/ . For additional questions, contact Karla Lacktorin, Regional Healthcare Recruiter, at karlal@ccsww.org or 253-325-2864.


Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is and Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position.


Company Description

The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


See full job description

Job Description


Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for Clinicians who want to join our team of innovators who continually "push the envelope" and challenges traditional thinking in Behavioral Health.


 


WHO ARE WE:


 


We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children, youth and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. With sites located in Tukwila, Tacoma, Olympia, Shelton, Bremerton, Aberdeen, Yelm, Vancouver, and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population for youth and families. We employ over 550 caring and compassionate employees. 


 


WHAT WE VALUE:  
Compassion  Diversity  Excellence  Justice  Stewardship


 


We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise.  We serve as a catalyst for change when appropriate, challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health.  We behave with Humility, Passion for our Mission, and Compassion and Respectful Interactions.   We value learning and offer alternatives and we stand strong to help child-serving systems understand our alternative paradigm while strengthening partnerships. We do not compromise our values.



We provide family, strength-based mental health services for children and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope and promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. Clinicians work flexible schedules, based on their family’s needs, including evenings and weekends, in the home and community setting of the youth and families.  This unique way of working allows Clinicians the opportunity to offer a high level of collaboration, coordination and intensive behavior health services while allowing room for creativity and needs driven work. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities. A full job description with qualifications will be shared with candidates identified for an interview. 




  • A Master's degree in Behavioral Sciences, Social Work, Psychology, or equivalent, accredited degree; prefer 1+ years’ experience.  

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

  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and current automobile insurance with an acceptable driving record per CCS policy.

  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services. 

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice. 


Preferred Qualifications:



  • Mental Health Professional (as defined by WAC 388-865).

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice.


WHAT WE OFFER:



  • Opportunity to provide innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions in the community supporting youth and families.

  • Full-time employment, working hours to meet the family's needs with "Availability Pay" of $75.00 per pay period. 

  • Highly competitive compensation package with a starting wage  of $61,815. per year - DOE. 

  • Medical, dental, & vision insurance, retirement plans with generous paid time off.  

  • Supervision for Licensing and Reimbursement for Licensing.   

  • Extensive training (examples: De-Escalation, Safety, WISe, BRS, CPR and First Aide, and First Response).

  • Fully implemented Health Record system (CareLogic) with in-depth training. 

  • Supplemental Cancer, Hospitalization, and Critical Illness Insurance.


ABOUT OLYMPIA: 


 


With economic engine anchored by state government, Olympia enjoys the benefits of a stable workforce, engaged and educated community, with well-supported top-notch schools and higher education. Enjoy all the area has to offer:


  • Olympia, "handcrafted" is a way of life. People are intentional and passionate for their craft. Local makers create one-of-a-kind experiences for visitors to enjoy form artisan cheese and fresh apple cider to handmade saps and intricate illustrations. And must not forget, the talented chefs as well as skilled roasters of fair-trade coffee, brewers of handcrafted ales and a maker’s of very fine wines. 

From the local waters of the Puget Sound, to the many hidden inlets, rivers and lakes, the Olympia region is a waterfront paradise.  Boardwalks are boundless in Olympia and can make you feel (almost) like waking on water. Olympia has over 40 public parks available for your recreation enjoyment.  


If you are passionate about providing strength-based mental health services for children, youth and their family, we would love to hear from you! Please visit our Careers Page at https://ccsww.org/careers/ . For additional questions, contact Karla Lacktorin, Regional Healthcare Recruiter, at karlal@ccsww.org or 253-325-2864.



Note to Internal Candidates:
HR reviews internal compensation and determines increase based on their experience and also agency internal equity factors.


 


Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position.


 


Company Description

The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


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I own a private practice in Gilbert. I am looking to bring on another contracted (1099), therapist who wants to build up a practice with us. Applicant must have a current, independent license in AZ (LMFT, LPC or LCSW). I will bring you in to the practice, get you credentialed with the insurance panels and give you the referrals that flow in to the office. This will require a mutual agreement with a long term commitment, so it is ideal for someone who loves seeing clients in a private practice setting, but not looking to run their own business.


Please email your resume and letters of recommendation for consideration. You can also contact my office at 480.649.6499



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SEEKING EXPERIENCED CLINICIANS TO JOIN OUR DEDICATED, SUPPORTIVE TEAM TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE YOUTH & FAMILIES LIVES WE SERVE IN PIERCE COUNTY, WA!


 


Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for Clinicians who want to join our team of innovators who continually "push the envelope" and challenges traditional thinking in Behavioral Health.


 


WHO WE ARE 


 


We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children, youth and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home, restoring hope with promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. Our sites are located in Tukwila, Tacoma, Olympia, Shelton, Bremerton, Aberdeen, Yelm, Vancouver, and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population of families. We employ over 550 caring and compassionate employees.


 


WHAT WE VALUE


Compassion Diversity Excellence Justice   Stewardship


 


We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise.  We serve as a catalyst for change when appropriate, challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health.  We behave with Humility, Passion for our Mission, and Compassionately and Respectfully in our Interactions.   We value learning and offer alternatives and we stand strong to help child-serving systems understand our alternative paradigm while strengthening partnerships. We do not compromise our values. 



We provide family, strength-based intensive mental health service interventions for children and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope and promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. Our Clinicians work flexible schedules, based on their family’s needs, including evenings and weekends, in the home and community setting of the youth and families.  This may require 24/5 on call availability due to an unstructured work week to include irregular and unpredictable hours. This unique way of working allows Clinicians the opportunity to offer a high level of collaboration, coordination and intensive behavior health services while allowing room for creativity and needs driven work. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities. A full job description with qualifications will be shared with candidates identified for an interview. 



WHAT WE ARE SEEKING IN A CANDIDATE



  • Bachelors in Social Work, Psychological, Social Sciences, Behavioral Sciences. 

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

  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and current automobile insurance with an acceptable driving record per CCS policy.

  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services.

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice, preferred. 

  • Mental Health Professional (As defined by WAC 338-685), preferred.


WHAT WE OFFER



  • Providing innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions in the community supporting youth and families. 

  • Full-time employment, working hours to meet family’s needs with “Availability Pay” of $75.00 per pay period.

  • Supervision for licensing and licensing reimbursement.

  • Highly competitive compensation package with a starting base wage of $25.17 per hour - DOE.

  • Medical, dental, & vision insurance, retirement plans with generous paid time off. 

  • Extensive training (ex: De-Escalation, Safety, WISe, BRS, CPR & First Aide, and First Response). 

  • Fully implemented Health Record system (CareLogic) with in-depth training.

  • Supplemental Cancer, Hospitalization, and Critical Illness Insurance.


ABOUT PIERCE COUNTY:


 


This position will serve all Pierce which includes Tacoma, University Place, Lakewood, Puyallup, Fife and other neighboring cities. The home office is in University Place.  Enjoy all the area has to offer:



  • Between the shores of the Puget Sound and the shadow of Mount Rainier, Pierce County ultimate destination for recreation and relaxation. Enjoy spectacular views, Commencement Bay, walking trails, boating, and close proximity to Seattle or Olympia, WA.   

  • You will enjoy outstanding restaurants with gourmands and culinary connoisseurs who have cultivated a scene that’s made national press, with top-notch meeting and convention spaces, and huge headliner concerts have drawn visitors from across the globe. 


If you are passionate about providing strength-based mental health services for children, youth and their family, we would love to hear from you! Please visit our Careers Page at https://ccsww.org/careers/ . For additional questions, contact Karla Lacktorin, Regional Healthcare Recruiter, at karlal@ccsww.org or 253-325-2864.


Note for Internal Candidates: reviews internal compensation and determines increase based on their experience and also agency internal equity factors.


Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is and Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position. 


Company Description

The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


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Growing group practice is looking for licensed Marriage and Family therapist for Full Time and Part-time positions available.


The clinician will work with children, adults, families and couples.


Duties and responsibilities:


Conduct intake interviews, evaluate/ asses for mental and emotional disorders, record; make necessary referrals as may be necessary (e.g. psychiatrist)


Develop a treatment plan based on goals and objectives for each client


Complete all required documentation in a timely manner as well other administrative documentations needed (treatment plans, soap notes, record interventions in progress notes, intakes notes, correspondence, termination notes, etc. ) in an EHR.


Work closely with other licensed therapists in the group practice.


Make phone calls for initial consultation and scheduling the first session to build rapport with clients.


Working hours are Monday to Friday from 8: 00 am and 6:00 pm


Attend Monthly clinical and staff meetings and trainings.


Qualifications


-Must Have a current California LMFT license through the Board of Behavioral Science (BBS)


-Most posses and maintain your own malpractice insurance


-Must be able to work independently, with minimal oversight, ethically and competent in all areas of their assigned duties.


-Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred


*The company reserves the right to add or change duties at any time.



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HIRING FOR VANCOUVER, WA & COWLITZ COUNTY


(BASED OUT OF VANCOUVER, WA)


We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children and families in their own home and community. Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity.


The Clinician may meet with the child and family in a community setting or in the home. A community-based Clinician has a flexible work schedule to respond to community needs and possess innovative therapeutic services to children, youth and families in their homes and other community locations. Our creative and effective mental health service interventions include crisis intervention and extended stabilization support as well as long-term, team-based services. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth, and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities. Once all family members are ready to move forward, the Clinician, youth and parent(s) then work together to develop a plan for safety and stabilization that will allow the child to safely remain in the most normative environment possible (preferably the child's own home).


Requirements:



  • Master’s degree in social work, psychological, behavioral health, social sciences

  • Prefer one year experience serving children and/or families (mental health, social services, education, etc.)


Apply to our website or email your cover letter and resume to: karlal@ccsww.org. For additional information, call Karla Lacktorin at 253-325-2864 or email karlal@ccsww.org .


Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position.


Company Description

The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


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Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for a Clinician who wants to join our team of innovators who continually "push the envelope" and challenges traditional thinking in Behavioral Health.


 


WHO ARE WE:


 


We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children, youth and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. With sites located in Tukwila, Tacoma, Olympia, Shelton, Bremerton, Aberdeen, Yelm, Vancouver, and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population for youth and families. We employ over 550 caring and compassionate employees. 


 


WHAT WE VALUE:  
Compassion  Diversity  Excellence  Justice  Stewardship


 


We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise.  We serve as a catalyst for change when appropriate, challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health.  We behave with Humility, Passion for our Mission, and Compassion and Respectful Interactions.   We value learning and offer alternatives and we stand strong to help child-serving systems understand our alternative paradigm while strengthening partnerships. We do not compromise our values.



We provide family, strength-based mental health services for children and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope and promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. Clinicians work flexible schedules, based on their family’s needs, including evenings and weekends, in the home and community setting of the youth and families.  This unique way of working allows Clinicians the opportunity to offer a high level of collaboration, coordination and intensive behavior health services while allowing room for creativity and needs driven work. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities. A full job description with qualifications will be shared with candidates identified for an interview. 


 



WHAT WE ARE SEEKING IN A CANDIDATE: 



  • Master's degree in Behavioral Sciences, or equivalent, accredited degree.

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

  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and current automobile insurance with an acceptable driving record per CCS policy.

  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services. 

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice. 


Preferred Qualifications:



  • Mental Health Professional (as defined by WAC 388-865).

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice.


WHAT WE OFFER: 



  • Opportunity to provide innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions in the community supporting youth and families.

  • Full-time employment, working hours to meet the family's needs with "Availability Pay" of $75.00 per pay period. 

  • Highly competitive compensation package with a starting wage of $61,815 per year, plus DOE. 

  • Medical, dental, & vision insurance, retirement plans with generous paid time off.  

  • Supervision for Licensing and Reimbursement for License.  

  • Extensive training (examples: De-Escalation, Safety, WISe, BRS, CPR and First Aide, and First Response).

  • Fully implemented Health Record system (CareLogic) with in-depth training. 

  • Supplemental Cancer, Hospitalization, and Critical Illness Insurance.


ABOUT ABERDEEN: 


 


The City of Aberdeen is located in Grays Harbor County on the southern edge of the Olympic Peninsula at the convergence of the Wishkah and Chehalis Rivers. Enjoy all the area has to offer:



  • The history of this area has been driven by logging and fishing industries, in the last few years there has been an effort to replace these with emphasis on tourism and designating Aberdeen as the largest retail center on the Washington Coast. Our top-notch schools help to prepare our children for their future. 

  • In Aberdeen and our surrounding areas, enjoy beachcombing, birdwatching, kayaking, or quiet walks in the pristine forests.  


If you are passionate about providing strength-based mental health services for children, youth and their family, we would love to hear from you! Please visit our Careers Page at https://ccsww.org/careers/ . For additional questions, contact Karla Lacktorin, Regional Healthcare Recruiter, at karlal@ccsww.org or 253-325-2864.


 


Note to Internal Candidates: HR reviews internal compensation and determines increase based on their experience and also agency internal equity factors.


 


Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position.


 


Company Description

The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


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SEEKING A DEDICATED, CLINICIAN TO JOIN OUR COLLABORATIVE & CARING CLINICAL TEAM & MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUTH & FAMILIES LIVES!


 


Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for Clinicians who want to join our team of innovators who continually "push the envelope" and challenges traditional thinking in Behavioral Health.


 


WHO WE ARE


We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children, youth and families in their own home and community. Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope and promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. With sites located in Tukwila, Tacoma, Olympia, Shelton, Bremerton, Aberdeen, Yelm, Vancouver, and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population for youth and families. We employ over 550 caring and compassionate employees.


 


WHAT WE VALUE


Compassion Diversity Excellence Justice Stewardship


We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise. We serve as a catalyst for change when appropriate, challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health. We behave with Humility, Passion for our Mission, and Compassion and Respectful Interactions. We value learning and offer alternatives and we stand strong to help child-serving systems understand our alternative paradigm while strengthening partnerships. We do not compromise our values.



JOB SUMMARY:


 


We provide family, strength-based mental health services for children and families in their own home and community. Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope with promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. Clinicians work flexible schedules, based on their family’s needs, including some evenings and weekends, in the home and community setting of the youth and families. This unique way of working allows Clinicians the opportunity to offer a high level of collaboration, coordination and intensive behavior health services while allowing room for creativity and needs driven work. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities. A full job description with qualifications will be shared with candidates identified for an interview.



WHAT WE ARE SEEKING IN A CANDIDATE:



  • Masters in Social Work, Psychology, Early Childhood Development, Behavioral Sciences, or equivalent, accredited degree.

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

  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and current automobile insurance with an acceptable driving record per CCS policy.

  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services.

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice, preferred.

  • Mental Health Professional (As defined by WAC 338-685), preferred.


WHAT WE OFFER:



  • Opportunity to provide innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions in the community supporting youth and families.

  • Full-time employment, working hours to meet family’s needs with “Availability Pay” of $75.00 per pay period.

  • Supervision for licensing and licensing reimbursement.

  • Highly competitive compensation package with a starting base wage of $61,815 per year (DOE).

  • May be eligible for incentive pay. 

  • NO STATE INCOME TAX!

  • Medical, dental, & vision insurance, and retirement plans.

  • Supplemental Cancer Insurance, Hospitalization, and Critical Illness Insurance.

  • Generous paid time off.

  • Extensive training (examples: De-Escalation, Safety, WISe, BRS, CPR & First Aide, and First Response).

  • Fully implemented Health Record system (CareLogic) with in-depth training


ABOUT TACOMA:


Urbanites are drawn to downtown Tacoma for its competitively priced living spaces with sweeping views of Mt. Rainier, city and water views, while families gravitate toward Tacoma’s charming, affordable neighborhoods with big city amenities. Tacoma, conveniently located on the I-5 corridor, easily accessible to Seattle. Enjoy all the area has to offer:



  • A haven for hikers, runners and cyclists. Tacoma is alive with activities from students attending the Universities and Trade, Technical and Community Colleges.

  • Tacoma’s gourmands and culinary connoisseurs have cultivated a scene that’s made national press, with top-notch meeting and convention spaces, and huge headliner concerts have drawn visitors from across the globe.

  • Birthplace of world-renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly, displaying at the Glass Museum, Tacoma is home to vibrant, creative community writers, artists and musicians, photographers, filmmakers, passionate entrepreneurs and business owners.


If you are passionate about providing strength-based mental health services for children, youth and their family, we would love to hear from you! Please visit our Careers Page at https://ccsww.org/careers/ . For additional questions, contact Karla Lacktorin, Regional Healthcare Recruiter, at karlal@ccsww.org or 253-325-2864.


ations to apply or interview for this position. 


 


Note for Internal Candidates: reviews internal compensation and determines increase based on their experience and also agency internal equity factors.


 


Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is and Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position. 


Company Description

The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


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Are you looking for a rewarding career helping children, families and adults? Are you interested in working for a dynamic organization that is invested in their clients and staff?


 


Full time and part time positions available!


 


The In-Home Behavior Therapist (IHBT) will implement a behavioral assessment and develop a highly specific behavioral treatment plan in order to diminish, extinguish, or improve specific behaviors related to the client’s behavioral health condition(s). The IHBT will work closely with a Behavior Monitor who will help support the IHBT.


 



Responsibilities:



  • Complete a functional behavioral assessment inclusive of the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths Assessment (CANS)

  • Provide in-home and in-community behavioral observations

  • Develop an individualized focused behavior plan in collaboration with the client and their family/caregivers

  • Supervise and coordinate interventions and training to address specific behavioral objectives or performance goals

  • Analyze data/graphs to assess progress and determine if there is a need to modify current interventions and/or instructional methods

  • Collaborate with other necessary individuals the youth and family may have contact with, such as Case Managers, Probation Officers, Judges, Teachers, Physicians, etc.

  • Attend IEP meetings, CPT meetings and any other meeting necessary to achieve the stated goals and objectives

  • Complete and submit detailed progress notes that follow federal, state, and agency requirements


 



Required Experience:



  • Master's Degree in counseling, psychology, special education or related field

  • One to two years minimum experience working with children, youth and families in a home or community setting preferred

  • Training in Applied Behavioral Analysis is highly beneficial and desirable

  • Valid driver’s license with reliable and consistent access to a vehicle

  • Experience working with children diagnosed with behavioral-emotional disorders or children with Autism Spectrum Disorder


 


 


Benefits (partial benefits for part-time employees):



  • Flexible schedule

  • Health (75% coverage), Dental & Vision

  • 3 weeks paid vacation & 1 week paid sick time

  • 11 paid holidays

  • 401k retirement plan with match (after 1 year of employment)

  • Life insurance

  • Dependent care savings account

  • Mileage reimbursement

  • Incentives

  • Longevity bonus

  • Company provided laptop and cell phone

  • Paid training days

  • Supervision for Licensure

  • Tuition assistance

  • Opportunity for Professional Growth


 


 


Compensation:



  • Full-time: Salary

  • Part-time: Fee-for-service


Company Description

Northeast Family Services provides behaviorally based mental health services to children, families and adults. These services are provided in the home, community, and school settings, helping individuals manage behaviors and emotions through individual support, treatment, and a team approach. Our teams work together with our clients and their families to improve functions, manage challenging behaviors and promote positive alternatives for success.


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Location: Kingman, Lake Havasu City and Bullhead City Arizona


LINES OF AUTHORITY:


This position is supervised by a Children's Clinical Site Supervisor. Unless expressly identified, this position does not supervise any other staff.


POSITION SUMMARY:


Provides outpatient treatment for children and their families within the context of a system of care which includes collaboration with internal and external supports and resources.


PRINCIPAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:



  1. Provides individual, group and family therapy in a variety of settings, to a diverse caseload of children and their families, as evidenced by direct observation, case staffings, and clinical record review.

  2. Develops with the client and family an integrated Behavioral Health Service Plan (BHSP) which identifies measurable goals and objectives developed by the child, family and their team and identifies the treatment and services to be provided, as evidenced by the BHSP, progress notes, case staffings and supervision.

  3. Assesses the client and family on a continuous basis, plans for discharge, monitors progress towards goals, and completes progress and case notes with every contact as evidenced by case staffings and the clinical record.

  4. Assists the family in identifying and utilizing formal and informal community supports with the assistance of other agency staff as evidenced by staffings with Family Involvement Specialists and Child/Family Support Staff and/or involvement in Child/Family teams.

  5. Develops clear, concise behavioral plans which utilize the Child/Family Support staff in providing training or support to the client and/ or the family as evidenced by behavioral plans and clinical supervision of Child/Family Support staff .

  6. Develops and maintains with the child and family team, a crisis safety plan as evidenced by the plan being in the clinical record.

  7. Maintains client records in compliance with Mohave Mental Health Clinic, Inc., State, HCIC and Joint Commission standards, as evidenced by clinical record reviews, peer review, and annual quality profile data.

  8. Adheres to current best practice standards to ensure appropriate length of time in care, as evidenced by review of assigned caseload, clinical record review and case staffings.

  9. Assists in crisis coverage and completion of pre-petition screenings/ evaluations when needed, as evidenced by direct observation and reports that are generated.

  10. Provides after-hours and holiday crisis coverage on rotating schedule, as evidenced by review of on-call schedule and corresponding beeper logs.

  11. The employee must work well under pressure meeting multiple and sometimes conflicting deadlines. The employee shall, at all times, demonstrate cooperative behavior with colleagues and supervisors. This is evidenced through direct observation and interviews with co-workers and supervisors.

  12. Provides customer service to internal and external customers and stakeholders, as evidenced by direct observation, complaint resolution, and interviews with customers and participation on Child/Family Teams.

  13. Participates in the Performance Improvement Processes in the Clinic, as evidenced by direct observation and annual quality profile data and participation in team meetings, program meetings and other work or project groups.

  14. Performs other duties as assigned, as evidenced by direct observation and review of assigned tasks.

  15. Able to effectively de-escalate clients using techniques as trained and outlined in approved crisis intervention models.


PRIMARY CONTACTS:



  • Clients and their families.

  • Agencies in the community and other supports/resources

  • Family Involvement Specialists, Child/Family Support Staff and other peers

  • Clinical Site Supervisor and Program Manager


POSITION REQUISITES:


Required:



  • Master's degree in counseling, social work, or a related field.

  • Licensed by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners

  • Experience in providing mental heath counseling to a broad range of clients.

  • Knowledge of family systems and family dynamics.

  • Knowledge of DSM IV diagnosis and treatment skills.

  • Eligible to be licensed in the State of Arizona pursuant to ARS Title 32, Chp. 33.

  • Valid Arizona driver's license.

  • Arizona fingerprint certified or the ability to obtain a class one certification

  • 21 years of age


Skills/Abilities



  • Basic skills.

  • Strong interpersonal skills.

  • Complex problem-solving skills.

  • Technical skills with computer.

  • Resource management skills.


REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS


Persons conducting assessments and/or providing treatment to special populations are able, through training and experience as well as through agency-specific observation or testing of performance to demonstrate competency in the following areas:


CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY


Staff responsible for providing services to chemically dependent members have appropriate training, education, and experience, and demonstrate competency.


Staff must be able to gather and assess information about:



  • The relationship of each member's physical status to the dependence.

  • The nature of the emotional compulsion to use alcohol and/or other drugs.

  • The intensity of the member's preoccupation with using alcohol/and/or other drugs.


Staff must also demonstrate competency in their ability to:



  • Interpret information about a member's use of alcohol and/or other drugs.

  • Develop a written summary and/or treatment plan based on member's problems and needs;

  • Provide appropriate services.


CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS


Staff responsible for providing services to child and adolescent members have appropriate training, education, and experience, and demonstrate competency.



  • Staff demonstrated knowledge of growth and development of children and adolescents.

  • Staff demonstrates their ability to develop treatment plans and services based on member's problem and needs.

  • Staff demonstrates knowledge and skill in working with family systems.


SERIOUSLY MENTALLY ILL


Staff responsible for providing services to seriously mentally ill members have appropriate training, education, and experience, and demonstrate competency.



  • Staff has knowledge and ability to gather and interpret information about seriously mentally ill people.

  • Staff understands the member's needs and the range, intensity, and duration of care, habilitation and rehabilitation required.


INTELLECTUALLY DISABLED


Staff responsible for providing services to members with intellectual disabilities have appropriate training, education, and experience, and demonstrate competency.



  • Staff have knowledge and ability to gather and interpret information about a member with an intellectual disability.

  • Staff understand the member's needs and the range, intensity, and duration of care, habilitation or rehabilitation required.


WORKING CONDITIONS


Equipment Operation:



  • Telephone, fax machine, copier.

  • Computer, Windows office programs.


Environment Conditions:


  • Furnished office which is comfortable and safe for both staff and client to facilitate effective crisis intervention and treatment.


Accommodations:


Mohave Mental Health Clinic will provide reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities, unless it would cause undue hardship. We define reasonable accommodation as any change in the work environment or in the way a job is performed that enables a person with a disability to enjoy equal employment opportunities. We will make a good faith effort to list any special requirements in our job descriptions.


Company Description

Mohave Mental Health Clinic, Inc. (MMHC) was founded in May of 1968 as a private, not-for-profit corporation to seek, promote, assist and contribute to the improved mental health of the individuals, families, and communities in Mohave County. The agency operates outpatient clinics in Kingman, Bullhead City, and Lake Havasu City, with two group homes and a Level I Subacute Facility in Kingman as well.

The agency has evolved over the years in its scope of service delivery. Individuals eligible for Title XIX/XXI covered services are served under subcontract with Health Choice Integrated Care (HCIC) and Arizona Division of Health Services (ADHS) and are funded by AHCCCS (Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System). Services are targeted to provide and promote self-growth through individualized, goal-directed, client-centered treatment with competent and responsive clinicians in a caring continuum of services.

Mohave Mental Health Clinic, Inc’s mission is to improve, enhance and promote the emotional well-being of Mohave County residents who experience life-disrupting problems and to strengthen the quality of personal, family and community life.


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Location: Kingman, Lake Havasu City and Bullhead City Arizona


LINES OF AUTHORITY:


This position is supervised by a Children's Clinical Site Supervisor. Unless expressly identified, this position does not supervise any other staff.


POSITION SUMMARY:


Provides outpatient treatment for children and their families within the context of a system of care which includes collaboration with internal and external supports and resources.


PRINCIPAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:



  1. Provides individual, group and family therapy in a variety of settings, to a diverse caseload of children and their families, as evidenced by direct observation, case staffings, and clinical record review.

  2. Develops with the client and family an integrated Behavioral Health Service Plan (BHSP) which identifies measurable goals and objectives developed by the child, family and their team and identifies the treatment and services to be provided, as evidenced by the BHSP, progress notes, case staffings and supervision.

  3. Assesses the client and family on a continuous basis, plans for discharge, monitors progress towards goals, and completes progress and case notes with every contact as evidenced by case staffings and the clinical record.

  4. Assists the family in identifying and utilizing formal and informal community supports with the assistance of other agency staff as evidenced by staffings with Family Involvement Specialists and Child/Family Support Staff and/or involvement in Child/Family teams.

  5. Develops clear, concise behavioral plans which utilize the Child/Family Support staff in providing training or support to the client and/ or the family as evidenced by behavioral plans and clinical supervision of Child/Family Support staff .

  6. Develops and maintains with the child and family team, a crisis safety plan as evidenced by the plan being in the clinical record.

  7. Maintains client records in compliance with Mohave Mental Health Clinic, Inc., State, HCIC and Joint Commission standards, as evidenced by clinical record reviews, peer review, and annual quality profile data.

  8. Adheres to current best practice standards to ensure appropriate length of time in care, as evidenced by review of assigned caseload, clinical record review and case staffings.

  9. Assists in crisis coverage and completion of pre-petition screenings/ evaluations when needed, as evidenced by direct observation and reports that are generated.

  10. Provides after-hours and holiday crisis coverage on rotating schedule, as evidenced by review of on-call schedule and corresponding beeper logs.

  11. The employee must work well under pressure meeting multiple and sometimes conflicting deadlines. The employee shall, at all times, demonstrate cooperative behavior with colleagues and supervisors. This is evidenced through direct observation and interviews with co-workers and supervisors.

  12. Provides customer service to internal and external customers and stakeholders, as evidenced by direct observation, complaint resolution, and interviews with customers and participation on Child/Family Teams.

  13. Participates in the Performance Improvement Processes in the Clinic, as evidenced by direct observation and annual quality profile data and participation in team meetings, program meetings and other work or project groups.

  14. Performs other duties as assigned, as evidenced by direct observation and review of assigned tasks.

  15. Able to effectively de-escalate clients using techniques as trained and outlined in approved crisis intervention models.


PRIMARY CONTACTS:



  • Clients and their families.

  • Agencies in the community and other supports/resources

  • Family Involvement Specialists, Child/Family Support Staff and other peers

  • Clinical Site Supervisor and Program Manager


POSITION REQUISITES:


Required:



  • Master's degree in counseling, social work, or a related field.

  • Licensed by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners

  • Experience in providing mental heath counseling to a broad range of clients.

  • Knowledge of family systems and family dynamics.

  • Knowledge of DSM IV diagnosis and treatment skills.

  • Eligible to be licensed in the State of Arizona pursuant to ARS Title 32, Chp. 33.

  • Valid Arizona driver's license.

  • Arizona fingerprint certified or the ability to obtain a class one certification

  • 21 years of age


Skills/Abilities



  • Basic skills.

  • Strong interpersonal skills.

  • Complex problem-solving skills.

  • Technical skills with computer.

  • Resource management skills.


REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS


Persons conducting assessments and/or providing treatment to special populations are able, through training and experience as well as through agency-specific observation or testing of performance to demonstrate competency in the following areas:


CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY


Staff responsible for providing services to chemically dependent members have appropriate training, education, and experience, and demonstrate competency.


Staff must be able to gather and assess information about:



  • The relationship of each member's physical status to the dependence.

  • The nature of the emotional compulsion to use alcohol and/or other drugs.

  • The intensity of the member's preoccupation with using alcohol/and/or other drugs.


Staff must also demonstrate competency in their ability to:



  • Interpret information about a member's use of alcohol and/or other drugs.

  • Develop a written summary and/or treatment plan based on member's problems and needs;

  • Provide appropriate services.


CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS


Staff responsible for providing services to child and adolescent members have appropriate training, education, and experience, and demonstrate competency.



  • Staff demonstrated knowledge of growth and development of children and adolescents.

  • Staff demonstrates their ability to develop treatment plans and services based on member's problem and needs.

  • Staff demonstrates knowledge and skill in working with family systems.


SERIOUSLY MENTALLY ILL


Staff responsible for providing services to seriously mentally ill members have appropriate training, education, and experience, and demonstrate competency.



  • Staff has knowledge and ability to gather and interpret information about seriously mentally ill people.

  • Staff understands the member's needs and the range, intensity, and duration of care, habilitation and rehabilitation required.


INTELLECTUALLY DISABLED


Staff responsible for providing services to members with intellectual disabilities have appropriate training, education, and experience, and demonstrate competency.



  • Staff have knowledge and ability to gather and interpret information about a member with an intellectual disability.

  • Staff understand the member's needs and the range, intensity, and duration of care, habilitation or rehabilitation required.


WORKING CONDITIONS


Equipment Operation:



  • Telephone, fax machine, copier.

  • Computer, Windows office programs.


Environment Conditions:


  • Furnished office which is comfortable and safe for both staff and client to facilitate effective crisis intervention and treatment.


Accommodations:


Mohave Mental Health Clinic will provide reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities, unless it would cause undue hardship. We define reasonable accommodation as any change in the work environment or in the way a job is performed that enables a person with a disability to enjoy equal employment opportunities. We will make a good faith effort to list any special requirements in our job descriptions.


Company Description

Mohave Mental Health Clinic, Inc. (MMHC) was founded in May of 1968 as a private, not-for-profit corporation to seek, promote, assist and contribute to the improved mental health of the individuals, families, and communities in Mohave County. The agency operates outpatient clinics in Kingman, Bullhead City, and Lake Havasu City, with two group homes and a Level I Subacute Facility in Kingman as well.

The agency has evolved over the years in its scope of service delivery. Individuals eligible for Title XIX/XXI covered services are served under subcontract with Health Choice Integrated Care (HCIC) and Arizona Division of Health Services (ADHS) and are funded by AHCCCS (Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System). Services are targeted to provide and promote self-growth through individualized, goal-directed, client-centered treatment with competent and responsive clinicians in a caring continuum of services.

Mohave Mental Health Clinic, Inc’s mission is to improve, enhance and promote the emotional well-being of Mohave County residents who experience life-disrupting problems and to strengthen the quality of personal, family and community life.


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Job Description


Location: Kingman, Lake Havasu City and Bullhead City Arizona


LINES OF AUTHORITY:


This position is supervised by a Children's Clinical Site Supervisor. Unless expressly identified, this position does not supervise any other staff.


POSITION SUMMARY:


Provides outpatient treatment for children and their families within the context of a system of care which includes collaboration with internal and external supports and resources.


PRINCIPAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:



  1. Provides individual, group and family therapy in a variety of settings, to a diverse caseload of children and their families, as evidenced by direct observation, case staffings, and clinical record review.

  2. Develops with the client and family an integrated Behavioral Health Service Plan (BHSP) which identifies measurable goals and objectives developed by the child, family and their team and identifies the treatment and services to be provided, as evidenced by the BHSP, progress notes, case staffings and supervision.

  3. Assesses the client and family on a continuous basis, plans for discharge, monitors progress towards goals, and completes progress and case notes with every contact as evidenced by case staffings and the clinical record.

  4. Assists the family in identifying and utilizing formal and informal community supports with the assistance of other agency staff as evidenced by staffings with Family Involvement Specialists and Child/Family Support Staff and/or involvement in Child/Family teams.

  5. Develops clear, concise behavioral plans which utilize the Child/Family Support staff in providing training or support to the client and/ or the family as evidenced by behavioral plans and clinical supervision of Child/Family Support staff .

  6. Develops and maintains with the child and family team, a crisis safety plan as evidenced by the plan being in the clinical record.

  7. Maintains client records in compliance with Mohave Mental Health Clinic, Inc., State, HCIC and Joint Commission standards, as evidenced by clinical record reviews, peer review, and annual quality profile data.

  8. Adheres to current best practice standards to ensure appropriate length of time in care, as evidenced by review of assigned caseload, clinical record review and case staffings.

  9. Assists in crisis coverage and completion of pre-petition screenings/ evaluations when needed, as evidenced by direct observation and reports that are generated.

  10. Provides after-hours and holiday crisis coverage on rotating schedule, as evidenced by review of on-call schedule and corresponding beeper logs.

  11. The employee must work well under pressure meeting multiple and sometimes conflicting deadlines. The employee shall, at all times, demonstrate cooperative behavior with colleagues and supervisors. This is evidenced through direct observation and interviews with co-workers and supervisors.

  12. Provides customer service to internal and external customers and stakeholders, as evidenced by direct observation, complaint resolution, and interviews with customers and participation on Child/Family Teams.

  13. Participates in the Performance Improvement Processes in the Clinic, as evidenced by direct observation and annual quality profile data and participation in team meetings, program meetings and other work or project groups.

  14. Performs other duties as assigned, as evidenced by direct observation and review of assigned tasks.

  15. Able to effectively de-escalate clients using techniques as trained and outlined in approved crisis intervention models.


PRIMARY CONTACTS:



  • Clients and their families.

  • Agencies in the community and other supports/resources

  • Family Involvement Specialists, Child/Family Support Staff and other peers

  • Clinical Site Supervisor and Program Manager


POSITION REQUISITES:


Required:



  • Master's degree in counseling, social work, or a related field.

  • Licensed by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners

  • Experience in providing mental heath counseling to a broad range of clients.

  • Knowledge of family systems and family dynamics.

  • Knowledge of DSM IV diagnosis and treatment skills.

  • Eligible to be licensed in the State of Arizona pursuant to ARS Title 32, Chp. 33.

  • Valid Arizona driver's license.

  • Arizona fingerprint certified or the ability to obtain a class one certification

  • 21 years of age


Skills/Abilities



  • Basic skills.

  • Strong interpersonal skills.

  • Complex problem-solving skills.

  • Technical skills with computer.

  • Resource management skills.


REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS


Persons conducting assessments and/or providing treatment to special populations are able, through training and experience as well as through agency-specific observation or testing of performance to demonstrate competency in the following areas:


CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY


Staff responsible for providing services to chemically dependent members have appropriate training, education, and experience, and demonstrate competency.


Staff must be able to gather and assess information about:



  • The relationship of each member's physical status to the dependence.

  • The nature of the emotional compulsion to use alcohol and/or other drugs.

  • The intensity of the member's preoccupation with using alcohol/and/or other drugs.


Staff must also demonstrate competency in their ability to:



  • Interpret information about a member's use of alcohol and/or other drugs.

  • Develop a written summary and/or treatment plan based on member's problems and needs;

  • Provide appropriate services.


CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS


Staff responsible for providing services to child and adolescent members have appropriate training, education, and experience, and demonstrate competency.



  • Staff demonstrated knowledge of growth and development of children and adolescents.

  • Staff demonstrates their ability to develop treatment plans and services based on member's problem and needs.

  • Staff demonstrates knowledge and skill in working with family systems.


SERIOUSLY MENTALLY ILL


Staff responsible for providing services to seriously mentally ill members have appropriate training, education, and experience, and demonstrate competency.



  • Staff has knowledge and ability to gather and interpret information about seriously mentally ill people.

  • Staff understands the member's needs and the range, intensity, and duration of care, habilitation and rehabilitation required.


INTELLECTUALLY DISABLED


Staff responsible for providing services to members with intellectual disabilities have appropriate training, education, and experience, and demonstrate competency.



  • Staff have knowledge and ability to gather and interpret information about a member with an intellectual disability.

  • Staff understand the member's needs and the range, intensity, and duration of care, habilitation or rehabilitation required.


WORKING CONDITIONS


Equipment Operation:



  • Telephone, fax machine, copier.

  • Computer, Windows office programs.


Environment Conditions:


  • Furnished office which is comfortable and safe for both staff and client to facilitate effective crisis intervention and treatment.


Accommodations:


Mohave Mental Health Clinic will provide reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities, unless it would cause undue hardship. We define reasonable accommodation as any change in the work environment or in the way a job is performed that enables a person with a disability to enjoy equal employment opportunities. We will make a good faith effort to list any special requirements in our job descriptions.


Company Description

Mohave Mental Health Clinic, Inc. (MMHC) was founded in May of 1968 as a private, not-for-profit corporation to seek, promote, assist and contribute to the improved mental health of the individuals, families, and communities in Mohave County. The agency operates outpatient clinics in Kingman, Bullhead City, and Lake Havasu City, with two group homes and a Level I Subacute Facility in Kingman as well.

The agency has evolved over the years in its scope of service delivery. Individuals eligible for Title XIX/XXI covered services are served under subcontract with Health Choice Integrated Care (HCIC) and Arizona Division of Health Services (ADHS) and are funded by AHCCCS (Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System). Services are targeted to provide and promote self-growth through individualized, goal-directed, client-centered treatment with competent and responsive clinicians in a caring continuum of services.

Mohave Mental Health Clinic, Inc’s mission is to improve, enhance and promote the emotional well-being of Mohave County residents who experience life-disrupting problems and to strengthen the quality of personal, family and community life.


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Are you looking for a rewarding career helping children, families and adults? Are you interested in working for a dynamic organization that is invested in their clients and staff?


 


Full and part time positions available!


 


The Outpatient Therapist will assess needs and strengths, develop treatment plans and provide crisis intervention, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment services utilizing a variety of treatment styles such as individual, couple, family and group psychotherapy. The ideal candidate will be able to establish effective working relationships with clients and utilize solution-based interventions that best address specific problem areas identified in the client’s treatment plan.


 


 


Responsibilities:



  • Develop an individualized treatment plan based on needs identified in assessment and complete treatment plan reviews with the client and parent/caregiver; Implement focused treatment plans that identify measurable goals and time frames for completion

  • Utilize evidence-based interventions to provide individual, group, and family therapy sessions in accordance with the treatment plan

  • Provide family counseling and educational sessions to parents, siblings, community providers, school staff, etc. regarding understanding of the mental health diagnosis, symptom management and interventions

  • Engage in case consultation with community providers as needed: Assess, evaluate, and discuss progress, updates, and interventions in the treatment plan as needed

  • Actively participate in supervision, and attend regularly scheduled group supervision and team meetings as needed

  • Enter all documentation and billing requirements into the electronic medical record within established deadlines

  • Develop a comprehensive discharge plan for client that assures their ongoing treatment needs are met after discharge


 


 


Required Experience:



  • Master's degree in Counseling, Social Work, or related field

  • LICSW, LMHC, or LMFT license in the state of MA

  • Two years minimum experience working with children, youth and families providing direct treatment services

  • Previous outpatient experience strongly preferred

  • Valid driver’s license with reliable and consistent access to a vehicle

  • Experience working with children diagnosed with behavioral-emotional disorders or children with Autism Spectrum Disorder


 


 


Benefits (partial benefits for part-time employees):



  • Flexible schedule

  • Health (75% coverage), Dental & Vision

  • 3 weeks paid vacation & 1 week paid sick time

  • 11 paid holidays

  • 401k retirement plan with match (after 1 year of employment)

  • Life insurance

  • Dependent care savings account

  • Mileage reimbursement

  • Incentives

  • Longevity bonus

  • Company provided laptop and cell phone

  • Paid training days

  • Supervision for Licensure

  • Tuition assistance

  • Opportunity for Professional Growth


 


 


Compensation:



  • Full-time: Salary

  • Part-time: Fee-for-service


Company Description

Northeast Family Services provides behaviorally based mental health services to children, families and adults. These services are provided in the home, community, and school settings, helping individuals manage behaviors and emotions through individual support, treatment, and a team approach. Our teams work together with our clients and their families to improve functions, manage challenging behaviors and promote positive alternatives for success.


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The Licensed Outpatient Mental Health Therapist is responsible for the provision of individual and family therapy sessions for consumers assigned to each caseload. This position also ensures completion of required clinical documentation related to individual caseloads in a timely manner. We are offering a $2,000 Sign On Bonus for candidates with a currently active PA license!


 


This is a Full-time position - Monday through Friday; daylight & after school/early evening hours may vary based on assigned consumers. This position will support our Uniontown clinic.  We offer billable and non-billable rates for services.


 


Job Responsibilities:



  • Demonstrates proficiency with assessment skills

  • Developments individualized treatment plans

  • Provision of therapy to consumers in individually recommended setting

  • Provision of treatment of the whole person

  • Evaluates individualized consumer-drive treatment plan reviews

  • Develops transition and discharge planning

  • Completes all required clinical documentation

  • Responds to emergency/crisis situations with team members and consumers

  • Maintains assigned, planned schedule

  • Maintains a commitment to professional development

  • Adheres to professional and ethical interaction policies and procedures

  • Supports on-going and future business needs


 


Requirements



  • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling required

  • Professional license is required (Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

  • Credentialing with regional insurance companies preferred for outpatient opportunities 


 


About Family Behavioral ResourcesWe work in local schools, homes, and communities servicing children with diagnosed behavioral and mental health disorders. We also provide Outpatient Mental Health Therapy in numerous locations throughout the state of PA and in Ohio. Our mission is to empower people to improve their lives by providing the highest quality behavioral health care.


 


FBR is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Company Description

Family Behavioral Resources provides behavioral health, community based, and school based services to individuals and families. Our mission is to "wraparound" and strengthen your family so that you and your loved ones can be independent, healthy, and reach your ultimate potential. Our team of highly trained physicians, mental health professionals, and support staff provide services in the home, community, and/or educational setting.


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Are you looking for a rewarding career helping children, families and adults? Are you interested in working for a dynamic organization that is invested in their clients and staff?


 


Full and part time positions available!


 


The In-Home Therapist (IHT) will provide structured, consistent, strength-based therapeutic interventions in a client’s home for the purpose of treating a youth’s behavioral needs. These interventions will improve the family’s ability to provide effective support for the youth and help promote healthy behavior at home and in the community. IHT services are delivered by one or more members of a team consisting of professional and paraprofessional staff offering a combination in-home therapy and therapeutic training & support.


 


 


Responsibilities:


Assessment & Evaluation



  • Conduct comprehensive home-based, behavioral health assessment inclusive of the age appropriate version of the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths Assessment (CANS)

  • Develop a treatment plan in collaboration with caregivers

  • Collaborate with other treatment and support providers to assure adherence to the treatment plan and coordinate care for the client and caregivers

  • Provide ongoing assessment of the client’s mental health status and risk factors

  • Review and modify the treatment plan as necessary

  • Provide team leadership and work collaboratively with all program staff around treatment issues


 


Counseling



  • Assist clients in improving ineffective patterns of interaction by gaining control over and insight into their behavior

  • Assist clients in finding areas of competency and develop their psycho-social skills

  • Work with families and caregivers to discover and build upon strengths in their parenting skills to provide improved support to the client, thereby stabilizing the client within the home

  • Provide families and/or caregivers with risk management and safety planning; create a crisis intervention plan

  • Identify and utilize community resources that support the client and caregivers’ growth


 


 


Required Experience:



  • MUST HAVE a Master's Degree in counseling, psychology, special education or related field

  • One to two years minimum experience working with children, youth and families in a home or community setting preferred

  • Valid driver’s license with reliable and consistent access to a vehicle

  • Experience working with children diagnosed with behavioral-emotional disorders or children with Autism Spectrum Disorder


 


 


Benefits (partial benefits for part-time employees):



  • Flexible schedule

  • Health (75% coverage), Dental & Vision

  • 3 weeks paid vacation & 1 week paid sick time

  • 11 paid holidays

  • 401k retirement plan with match (after 1 year of employment)

  • Life insurance

  • Dependent care savings account

  • Mileage reimbursement

  • Incentives

  • Longevity bonus

  • Company provided laptop and cell phone

  • Paid training days

  • Supervision for Licensure

  • Tuition assistance

  • Opportunity for Professional Growth


 


 


Compensation:



  • Full-time: Salary

  • Part-time: Fee-for-service


Company Description

Northeast Family Services provides behaviorally based mental health services to children, families and adults. These services are provided in the home, community, and school settings, helping individuals manage behaviors and emotions through individual support, treatment, and a team approach. Our teams work together with our clients and their families to improve functions, manage challenging behaviors and promote positive alternatives for success.


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Are you looking for a rewarding career helping children, families and adults? Are you interested in working for a dynamic organization that is invested in their clients and staff?


 


Full time and part time positions available!


 


The In-Home Behavior Therapist (IHBT) will implement a behavioral assessment and develop a highly specific behavioral treatment plan in order to diminish, extinguish, or improve specific behaviors related to the client’s behavioral health condition(s). The IHBT will work closely with a Behavior Monitor who will help support the IHBT.


 



Responsibilities:



  • Complete a functional behavioral assessment inclusive of the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths Assessment (CANS)

  • Provide in-home and in-community behavioral observations

  • Develop an individualized focused behavior plan in collaboration with the client and their family/caregivers

  • Supervise and coordinate interventions and training to address specific behavioral objectives or performance goals

  • Analyze data/graphs to assess progress and determine if there is a need to modify current interventions and/or instructional methods

  • Collaborate with other necessary individuals the youth and family may have contact with, such as Case Managers, Probation Officers, Judges, Teachers, Physicians, etc.

  • Attend IEP meetings, CPT meetings and any other meeting necessary to achieve the stated goals and objectives

  • Complete and submit detailed progress notes that follow federal, state, and agency requirements


 



Required Experience:



  • Master's Degree in counseling, psychology, special education or related field

  • One to two years minimum experience working with children, youth and families in a home or community setting preferred

  • Training in Applied Behavioral Analysis is highly beneficial and desirable

  • Valid driver’s license with reliable and consistent access to a vehicle

  • Experience working with children diagnosed with behavioral-emotional disorders or children with Autism Spectrum Disorder


 


 


Benefits (partial benefits for part-time employees):



  • Flexible schedule

  • Health (75% coverage), Dental & Vision

  • 3 weeks paid vacation & 1 week paid sick time

  • 11 paid holidays

  • 401k retirement plan with match (after 1 year of employment)

  • Life insurance

  • Dependent care savings account

  • Mileage reimbursement

  • Incentives

  • Longevity bonus

  • Company provided laptop and cell phone

  • Paid training days

  • Supervision for Licensure

  • Tuition assistance

  • Opportunity for Professional Growth


 


 


Compensation:



  • Full-time: Salary

  • Part-time: Fee-for-service


Company Description

Northeast Family Services provides behaviorally based mental health services to children, families and adults. These services are provided in the home, community, and school settings, helping individuals manage behaviors and emotions through individual support, treatment, and a team approach. Our teams work together with our clients and their families to improve functions, manage challenging behaviors and promote positive alternatives for success.


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 The Non Licensed School Based Outpatient Therapist is responsible for the provision of individual and family therapy sessions for consumers assigned to each caseload. This position also ensures completion of required clinical documentation related to individual caseloads in a timely manner.


This position is for our School Based program in the Plum & Franklin Regional school district. We are in need of a non licensed Outpatient Therapist with a Master's in Counseling/Psychology/Social Work. This is a part time role with full benefits!


JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:



  • Demonstrates proficiency with assessment skills

  • Developments individualized treatment plans

  • Provision of therapy to consumers in individually recommended setting

  • Provision of treatment of the whole person

  • Evaluates individualized consumer-drive treatment plan reviews

  • Develops transition and discharge planning

  • Completes all required clinical documentation

  • Responds to emergency/crisis situations with team members and consumers

  • Maintains assigned, planned schedule

  • Maintains a commitment to professional development

  • Adheres to professional and ethical interaction policies and procedures

  • Supports on-going and future business needs


QUALIFICATIONS:



  • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or similar human services field

  • Professional licensure NOT required - Must have Master's in previously stated field.

  • Credentialing with regional insurance companies preferred for outpatient opportunities.


Employee Benefits include competitive wages, paid travel, paid training and supervision, healthcare coverage, vacation and sick time, and personal growth opportunities.


FBR is an Equal Opportunity Employer. FBR provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment free from unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation or any other status protected by local, state, or federal law.


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Company Description

Family Behavioral Resources provides behavioral health, community based, and school based services to individuals and families. Our mission is to "wraparound" and strengthen your family so that you and your loved ones can be independent, healthy, and reach your ultimate potential. Our team of highly trained physicians, mental health professionals, and support staff provide services in the home, community, and/or educational setting.


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Are you looking for a rewarding career helping adults who are seeking help with substance abuse? Are you interested in working for a dynamic organization that is invested in their clients and staff?


 


We are looking for dynamic therapists to join our team supporting adult clients to enhance wellness, family, behavioral, and emotional well-being. Outpatient Therapists are responsible for the ongoing assessment, treatment planning, implementation of interventions, case management, and the development of all treatment documents and discharge planning. Outplacement Therapists need to value flexibility, work collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team, and possess the ability to respond to crises as needed.


 



Responsibilities:



  • Assess client needs and eligibility for services

  • Determining appropriate treatment intervention(s) to achieve client's desired outcome based on type/severity of problem(s) as well as client's motivation

  • Provide appropriate education and treatment services including group, individual and family psychotherapy and psychoeducation sessions, monitor progress of services and sessions

  • Coordinate, arrange and monitor continuity of care

  • Develop and maintain client case records, notes, plans, and reports

  • Actively participate in supervision, and attend supervision and team meetings as needed


 


 


Required Experience:



  • LMHC or LICSW license in NH

  • LCDP preferred

  • Master's degree in a relevant discipline such as: Psychology, Counseling Psychology or Social Work

  • Experience in outpatient treatment and/or inpatient treatment for substance abuse

  • Strong listening/comprehension skills to assess causes of client’s addictive behaviors

  • Experience in treating co-occurring disorders

  • Proficiency in the use of computer systems for clinical information management

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; demonstrated ability to produce written reports in a timely manner


 


 


Compensation:


  • Fee-for-service

Company Description

Northeast Family Services provides behaviorally based mental health services to children, families and adults. These services are provided in the home, community, and school settings, helping individuals manage behaviors and emotions through individual support, treatment, and a team approach. Our teams work together with our clients and their families to improve functions, manage challenging behaviors and promote positive alternatives for success.


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Family Support Center is looking for a full time therapist to join our team. If you are looking for a collaborative, mission driven environment, this might be the job for you. Spanish speaking a huge plus. Must be licensed to practice mental health therapy in the state of Utah. Family Support Center's mission is to Protect Children, Strengthen Families and Prevent Child Abuse. The Clinical Department is part of a larger organization meeting the needs of our community.


Excellent verbal and written communication skills a must. Ability to connect with clients in a trauma informed way also required. Your caseload will include children, teens and adults in individual and family sessions. We are currently seeing some clients in person as well as holding sessions via telehealth.


Must be able to conduct bio psycho social assessment, create treatment plans and maintain all written documentation in TheraNest (training provided) in a timely manner. We utilize a variety of therapies including TF-CBT, play therapy, EMDR and CPT.


Company Description

Family Support Center is part of a larger association of Family Support Centers throughout the state of Utah and the country. We use the Five Protective Factors as a foundation for all our work to help families in our community build resilience.


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Are you looking for a rewarding career helping children, families and adults? Are you interested in working for a dynamic organization that is invested in their clients and staff?


 


The Telehealth Outpatient therapist will assess needs and strengths, develop treatment plans and provide crisis intervention, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment services utilizing a variety of treatment styles such as individual, couple, family and group psychotherapy. The ideal candidate will be able to establish effective working relationships with clients and utilize solution-based interventions that best address specific problem areas identified in the client’s treatment plan.


 


 


Responsibilities:



  • Develop an individualized treatment plan based on needs identified in assessment and complete treatment plan reviews with the client and parent/caregiver; Implement focused treatment plans that identify measurable goals and time frames for completion

  • Utilize evidence-based interventions to provide individual, group, and family therapy sessions in accordance with the treatment plan

  • Provide family counseling and educational sessions to parents, siblings, community providers, school staff, etc. regarding understanding of the mental health diagnosis, symptom management and interventions

  • Engage in case consultation with community providers as needed: Assess, evaluate, and discuss progress, updates, and interventions in the treatment plan as needed

  • Actively participate in supervision, and attend regularly scheduled group supervision and team meetings as needed

  • Enter all documentation and billing requirements into the electronic medical record within established deadlines

  • Develop a comprehensive discharge plan for client that assures their ongoing treatment needs are met after discharge


 


 


Required Experience:



  • Master's degree in Counseling, Social Work, or related field

  • LICSW, LMHC, or LMFT license in RI

  • Two years minimum experience working with children, youth and families providing direct treatment services

  • Previous outpatient experience strongly preferred

  • Experience working with children diagnosed with behavioral-emotional disorders or children with Autism Spectrum Disorder


 


 


Compensation:


  • Fee-for-service

Company Description

Northeast Family Services provides behaviorally based mental health services to children, families and adults. These services are provided in the home, community, and school settings, helping individuals manage behaviors and emotions through individual support, treatment, and a team approach. Our teams work together with our clients and their families to improve functions, manage challenging behaviors and promote positive alternatives for success.


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Job Description


Contract Objective: Provide Telehealth, Telephonic or in-home and/or on-site individual, family and group therapy; complete assessment tools, create individualized service recovery plans in order to assess continuum of care needs.


Requirements:



  • Full Clinical License (LPC, LCSW, etc..)

  • Masters or Doctoral Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling - in one of the behavioral or social sciences that is primarily psychological in nature, and documentation of supervised clinical experience, or those licensed in Georgia to practice independently, or currently under a licensed professional supervision.

  • Must have at least 1-4 years work experience in counseling and DSM-V diagnosis, to include crisis management, intensive case management, individual and/or family therapy, skill training, and other rehabilitation supports preferred

  • Good verbal and written communication skills.

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and team player concepts.

  • Must be willing to provide community services in Henry, Dekalb, or Clayton counties

  • Must be willing to see child and adolescents in their homes or community.

  • Must have knowledge about BIRP note documentation and clinical documentation

  • Must have knowledge of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques and family therapy techniques


Primary Responsibilities:



  • Therapist will perform individual, family and group therapy encounters as authorized with identified consumers for purpose of assessing status and continued need for child and adolescent services or adult services, to include updated treatment plan summaries as needed.

  • Therapist will ensure documentation is inputted into Sharenotes on a daily basis.

  • Therapist will complete discharge summary on all assigned consumers 7 days prior to end of authorization period.

  • Therapist must attend all mandatory meetings/trainings for task assignments and updates.


Job Type: Contract, Full Licensure Requested


Education: Master's Degree Accredited Institution in Helping Profession


Job Type: Contract work on full time basis


Company Description

Please visit our website at www.apexfamilyhealthcare.com to learn more about the agency.


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Are you looking for a rewarding career helping children, families and adults? Are you interested in working for a dynamic organization that is invested in their clients and staff?


 


Full time and part time positions available!


 


The In-Home Behavior Therapist (IHBT) will implement a behavioral assessment and develop a highly specific behavioral treatment plan in order to diminish, extinguish, or improve specific behaviors related to the client’s behavioral health condition(s). The IHBT will work closely with a Behavior Monitor who will help support the IHBT.


 



Responsibilities:



  • Complete a functional behavioral assessment inclusive of the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths Assessment (CANS)

  • Provide in-home and in-community behavioral observations

  • Develop an individualized focused behavior plan in collaboration with the client and their family/caregivers

  • Supervise and coordinate interventions and training to address specific behavioral objectives or performance goals

  • Analyze data/graphs to assess progress and determine if there is a need to modify current interventions and/or instructional methods

  • Collaborate with other necessary individuals the youth and family may have contact with, such as Case Managers, Probation Officers, Judges, Teachers, Physicians, etc.

  • Attend IEP meetings, CPT meetings and any other meeting necessary to achieve the stated goals and objectives

  • Complete and submit detailed progress notes that follow federal, state, and agency requirements


 



Required Experience:



  • Master's Degree in counseling, psychology, special education or related field

  • One to two years minimum experience working with children, youth and families in a home or community setting preferred

  • Training in Applied Behavioral Analysis is highly beneficial and desirable

  • Valid driver’s license with reliable and consistent access to a vehicle

  • Experience working with children diagnosed with behavioral-emotional disorders or children with Autism Spectrum Disorder


 


 


Benefits (partial benefits for part-time employees):



  • Flexible schedule

  • Health (75% coverage), Dental & Vision

  • 3 weeks paid vacation & 1 week paid sick time

  • 11 paid holidays

  • 401k retirement plan with match (after 1 year of employment)

  • Life insurance

  • Dependent care savings account

  • Mileage reimbursement

  • Incentives

  • Longevity bonus

  • Company provided laptop and cell phone

  • Paid training days

  • Supervision for Licensure

  • Tuition assistance

  • Opportunity for Professional Growth


 


 


Compensation:



  • Full-time: Salary

  • Part-time: Fee-for-service


Company Description

Northeast Family Services provides behaviorally based mental health services to children, families and adults. These services are provided in the home, community, and school settings, helping individuals manage behaviors and emotions through individual support, treatment, and a team approach. Our teams work together with our clients and their families to improve functions, manage challenging behaviors and promote positive alternatives for success.


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Job Description


Job Summary


Under the direction of the Clinical Supervisor the Intensive Community Based Services (ICBS) Therapist provides individual and family therapy to clients . The Therapist is part of a multidisciplinary team that works intensively with the child/youth and family members to address critical mental health and/or behavioral problems and tries to stabilize the home environment and reduce functional impairment. The Therapist provides field-based services, collaborates with community agencies and other service providers, and is available 24/7 for crisis response. Additionally, the Therapist completes all necessary documentation in accordance with agency and County guidelines.


 


Essential Functions


· Provide appropriate field based (home, school, community, etc.) therapeutic services and interventions based on specific needs of the client and family.



  • Complete all required documentation, reports and outcome measures in accordance with program guidelines and within timeline requirements.

  • Ability to build protective capacity with families; and Core Practice Indicators
    • (engagement, teaming, assessment and understanding, long term view, planning, cultural competence, transitions, crisis management).



· Provide accurate and on-time DMH billing while also meeting agency productivity requirement.



  • On-call 24 hours per day, 7 days a week to provide crisis support, by phone and/or in-person if indicated

  • LPS designation by Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health may be required for this position and would include all associated responsibilities including but not limited to assessment, writing holds when necessary, coordinating services for hospitalization and transportation.


· Communicate crisis situations, e.g. psychiatric hospitalizations, Suspected Child Abuse, etc. to supervisor as soon as possible.



  • Provide comprehensive treatment services which may include interfacing with community psychiatric hospitals, Department of Family and Children Services (DCFS), Department of Mental Health (DMH), school officials, probation department, court system, law enforcement and others as appropriate.

  • Keep detailed, accurate and complete documentation

  • Sensitive and responsive to the cultural differences among the agency’s client population

  • Actively participate in the quality improvement project


 


Competency Requirements


-Ability to fluently speak, read, write and understand English


-Must have excellent oral and written communication skills


-Ability to communicate effectively with families and colleagues


-Ability to work effectively as a member of a multidisciplinary treatment team


-Ability to successfully work with families of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds


-Ability to assess a crisis situation and respond in a timely and professional manner


-Must have strong organizational and planning skills


-Knowledge of principles and practices of community mental health treatment, including interviewing, assessment, individual, family and group counseling.


-Knowledge of general psychiatric emergency intervention, diagnosis and brief and long-term therapy methods


-Knowledge of principles of adult and child psychology


-Knowledge of laws and regulations related to patient’s rights, voluntary or involuntary treatment and commitment for treatment, including criteria for commitment


-Knowledge of community resources and agencies proving support services for the mentally ill or disabled


-Knowledge of Medical record-keeping and documentation including patient charting


-Knowledge of Medi-Cal regulations and documentation for medical necessity


-Bilingual (Spanish) a plus


 


Education and Experience


-Master’s degree in Social Work or Clinical Psychology required


-Must be registered with the Board of Behavioral Sciences


-Experience working with DMH programs highly preferred


-Experience with crisis management and intervention highly preferred


-Experience conducting individual therapy with high-risk you youth and their families required


 


 


Certifications/Licenses


-Valid CA driver’s license


-Valid intern number or license (ASW, MFTi, LCSW, LMFT) with Board of Behavioral Sciences


 


 


Additional Requirements


-Tuberculosis clearance


-Department of Justice/Fingerprint clearance


-Child Abuse Index clearance


-Satisfactory completion of health screening


-Proof of legal eligibility to work in the United States


-Satisfactory driving record


 


Physical Demands


While performing the duties of an Therapist, the employee is frequently required to walk, drive, sit, and use his/her fingers to manipulate a keyboard or writing instrument. The employee is occasionally required to sit, stand and reach. The employee is rarely required to run, bend, kneel or lift objects weighing more than 30 pounds.


 


Work Environment


The work environment is indoor and outdoor. The noise level varies from moderate to loud.


 


 


Company Description

Aviva Family and Children's Services Mission Statement

The mission of Aviva Family and Children's Services is to provide a comprehensive range of diverse and culturally sensitive therapeutic and educational programs to help children at-risk and emotionally distressed, abused and neglected youth as well as their families function more effectively as individuals and within the family and community


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