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Are you passionate about providing supportive mental health services to children, youth and families? Are you a creative, problem-solving Clinician interested in supporting clients with a range of mental health concerns? If you value providing services from a trauma-informed, strengths-based perspective with the freedom to try new treatment modalities regularly, we are looking for Clinicians like you! The CAPC provides intensive mental health services to children 0-18 years old in both our clinic and school settings and we are looking for dynamic, thoughtful and compassionate Clinicians to join our growing team!
This position will provide culturally competent, strength-based, family focused specialty mental health services to meet the prevention, intervention and treatment needs of at-risk children and families. This position is responsible for ethical assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning for children and youth 0-18 years old that are medi-cal beneficiaries or are uninsured, depending on program placement. This position is also responsible for coordinating and providing medical necessity evaluation, case management, intensive care coordination, and intensive home based mental health services as appropriate. Services may be school based & Clinicians may work at more than one location.
Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master’s Degree in social work, psychology, counseling or related field. Must be registered with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences and in possession of ACSW, AMFT, LCSW or LMFT; and maintain active registration while employed. LPCC/APCC candidates may be considered, based on supervision requirements and coursework completed as outlined by BBS and scope of work on assigned contract.
All candidates must pass the Law & Ethics exam as outlined by most recent BBS regulations.
Experience: Two years of relevant experience working with at-risk children and families in therapy and case management. Experience must include no less than at least 1 year of internship or volunteer experience in mental health capacity.
Knowledge of: The child welfare system, childhood development, child abuse issues, DSM 5 and BBS regulations as it relates to licensure.
Ability to: Gather and analyze data, organize and write reports, read/understand/interpret and apply pertinent rules and regulations; express self clearly and concisely both orally and in writing; establish and maintain appropriate working relationships with others and present self professionally.
Technical Skills for Clinicians: Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, Publisher, Outlook) and ability to learn other software as requested/necessary. Ability to learn and efficiently use the BHS required electronic medical records database.
Bilingual preferred, not required.
To apply for this job please visit www.nochildabuse.org.