Join Our Caring Team...
We are an outpatient child/adolescent community mental health provider who aim to support the success of underserved children and families by reducing the impact of childhood trauma and abuse, supporting the development of positive social and emotional skills, and strengthening healthy family relationships.
What We Offer
Community Family Guidance Center is a great place to work! We offer flexibility and autonomy to self-starting, self-disciplined, proactive professionals who take pride in their work. You will have the opportunity to learn and grow in a collaborative team environment with opportunities for ongoing clinical training and advancement. We provide both individual and group supervision on a weekly basis. We promote self-care and healthy work/life balance. We offer competitive salaries, excellent benefit packages, and liberal paid time off.
Your Role and Responsibilities
A CFGC Therapist is responsible for providing a range of clinical services to children, adolescents and their caretakers.
•Conduct psychosocial assessments and DSM 5 diagnoses.
•Provide child and adolescent individual and family therapy, and collateral support to parents.
•Provide clinic, in-home, school and community based services.
•Develop written treatment plans and document mental health services.
•Conduct risk assessments, develop and implement safety plans, and provide crisis intervention.
•Work collaboratively with other clinical staff, including psychiatrists, to ensure that clients receive appropriate, coordinated care.
•Take on additional duties as needed.
•As a Bilingual Intensive Therapist you will provide services in our RRR and FSP programs. You will work closely with a supportive and encouraging multidisciplinary team. You will participate in an on call rotation every 5-6 weeks and will become certified in writing involuntary holds.
Who We Are Looking For
•Bilingual English/Spanish is a must for the Intensive Therapist position and a plus for the Outpatient Therapist position.
•One year of post graduate child/adolescent community mental health experience is preferred.
•Someone who has completed a Master’s degree in social work or counseling psychology.
•Must be registered or licensed with the BBS, have a valid CA Drivers License, and auto insurance.
•Someone who has clinical experience with children, adolescents, and their families.
•Knowledge of evidence-based practices and DMH paperwork a plus.
•Must have knowledge of legal and ethical standards of practice.
•Promotes a positive and solution focused work environment