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Pay: $60,000.00 per year
Schedule: Monday through Thursday, Evening shifts, No weekends
Minimum Qualifications: Prefer a person with a fully licensed Master’s Degree in Social Work but will also consider a limited license in a related field. Prefer applicants with training in TF-CBT or evidence-based trauma treatment. Demonstrated professional experience with children and a demonstrated knowledge of child abuse and neglect issues and child development. Ability to communicate with a wide range of children from different cultural backgrounds and with differing levels of development. Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills. An ability to work independently and also function effectively as part of a team.
Job Description: The position provides therapy to children, adolescents, and non-offending parents impacted by child sexual abuse. This position will be the primary contact for crisis calls and walk-in during regular work hours. This position is a part-time position and will require travel to training. This position will be Monday through Thursday, 10:00am to 8:00pm for counseling appointments and support groups.
I. Therapy and Parent Support Groups
a. Accept referrals for therapy from the Program Director.
b. Arrange therapy sessions with the client.
c. Follow the guidelines of the therapy outlined for both in-office and outreach counseling services.
d. Meet with the client in the office or at designated location when necessary.
e. Complete and submit all required case documentation (file notes and collaborate).
f. Facilitate and/or co-facilitate support groups as needed focused on needs for parents.
g. Responsible for attending 24 hours of training per year pertaining to your role. Keep up to date training logs and record of all certificates.
h. Must keep all certificates and licenses up to date and meet the requirements for full licensure in the state of Michigan.
i. Will be assigned difficult cases where parents and/or caregivers do not believe or support the victim.
j. Provide additional support for the clinical program as requested by the Program Director.
II. Immediate Crisis Intervention and Referral Back Up
a. Responsible for Family Advocacy role should secondary trauma prohibit them from carrying out their role.
III. Other Duties
a. Attend weekly staff meetings.
b. Attend Case Reviews on Friday Mornings once a month.
c. Attend CAC functions as requested.
d. Enter information into NCA Track for NCA Statistical Reporting
e. Other duties as requested by the Executive Director and Program Director.
Full-Time Mental Health Therapist
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