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Aldea is growing! Join our newest program in Santa Rosa and make a difference in the lives of clients with early psychosis. Research confirms the superiority of a recovery-oriented, team-based care model called Coordinated Specialty Care for symptom reduction, re-integration into school and work, and a better quality of life for youths with psychosis in comparison to “standard care”. Aldea has successfully provided this program model in Napa and Solano County for many years and is now bringing this effective service to youths and young adults in Sonoma County.
By joining our team of professionals, you will gain the following:
– Enriching training opportunities including CEU credits.
– Provide service to a variety of client populations.
– Flexible work schedule such as 4 days, 10 hours per day.
– Experience in a state of the art Council on Accreditation (COA) agency to ensure best practices and high quality services.
– Opportunity to enhance professional development, including potential participation in leadership development program.
– Be part of a team of passionate, collaborative, and dedicated professionals where staff input is highly valued.
Aldea Children and Family Services is pleased to offer a comprehensive benefits package to meet the needs of all of our staff and their families:
– Benefit plans available include: Medical w/ employer funded HRA deductible. Full coverage and employer paid premiums for Dental, Vision, Basic Life, Disability and EAP plans. Voluntary FSA and Supplemental Plans available. Free Financial Planning.
– Generous Retirement employer match contribution up to 5% after 6 months of service including free Financial Planning.
– 13 Holidays plus 1 Floating Holiday
– Vacation: accrue up to 30 days
– Sick: accrue up to 10 days
– Company Cell Phone
– Bilingual Stipend
– SOAR Training Stipend
– Mileage Reimbursement
– Free Office Parking
Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor or his/her designee, the SOAR Therapist provides direct assessment, treatment and necessary collateral services to assigned youth and adults who meet criteria for the early stages of psychosis. The therapist will receive extensive training through UC Davis, who is partnered with Aldea, in order to develop the specialized clinical skill set necessary to serve this population. Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor and EDAPT support staff, the therapist provides comprehensive intake assessments, collaborative case conceptualization, and provides CBT-P (CBT for psychosis) interventions specific to treating individuals with early psychosis symptoms.
1. Provides screening, assessment and treatment planning services to all assigned children and young adults using the preferred language of the client/family.
2. Provides case management, direct treatment and necessary collateral services using the preferred language of the client/family to all assigned children and families.
3. Works with various modalities including individual, conjoint, family and group therapy, as appropriate.
4. Serves clients, as assigned, at the clinic, home, school, and as needed at designated public sites in the area.
5. Maintain client documentation in compliance with the program guidelines and regulatory requirements.
6. Works collaboratively with other Aldea staff, including those providing psychiatric/medical, administrative and psychological services.
7. Actively utilizes clinical supervision to develop and hone intervention skills and strategies.
1. A current California license to practice psychotherapy (LCSW, MFT, or PhD) or registration as a pre-licensed intern. Ability to meet contract requirements and relevant regulations, such as fingerprint clearances, TB test, etc.
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