Work with a team of clinicians to provide short-term crisis counseling, individual and family therapy, assessments, and care coordination for children referred to the program. These services can occur in the home and the community. Develop and implement therapeutic activity plans, teach parenting skills and coping skills to children and adolescents, and do individual and family therapy. This position would provide VRS benefits, free supervision for licensure, laptop, cell phone, mileage reimbursement, and very reasonable productivity requirements. Supportive, collaborative culture, training opportunities, and opportunity to work on a treatment team that includes staff pediatric psychiatrists also included.
Must have a Master's degree from an accredited university in psychology, counseling, social work, or a related human services field. In addition, candidate must have at least one year of clinical experience working with youth who have a serious mental illnesses, substance related and/or developmental disability is required. A candidate who is licensed (or at least licensed eligible) to provide mental health services as an LPC or LCSW, is preferred. Valid Virginia driver’s license with a safe driving record required.
Must be registered as a LMHP or LHMP-E, or meet the qualifications as QMHP or QMHP trainee as set forth by the board of counseling.
Spanish and English Bilingual skills preferred; excellent verbal and written communication skills preferred in both Spanish and English.