Clinician - Part Time
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The Clinician will provide individualized treatment services, which could include attachment and resiliency-based interventions, as well as crisis stabilization interventions, or intensive care coordination services to children, teens, parents/caregivers, adults, and families, to help facilitate better familial relationships, improve stability of the home environments, and decrease risk of disruptions or out of home placements.
The individual in this position will provide comprehensive casework, which includes both case management and direct clinical services in accordance with established social work principles. The Clinician will support and assist clients and families with personal, family, and social growth, while helping to empower the client and family to the highest level of self-sufficiency. This position will include providing services both in the home and in community settings. Position may also require on-call duties, as necessary.
Experience and Skills
The Clinician position requires a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a human services field (social work, psychology, counseling, etc.) leading to eligibility for QMHP-C* registration with the Board of Counseling. Master’s degree preferred. Experience working with children and families is required. Supervision for licensure/certification may be available for eligible applicants.
Compensation is dependent upon qualifications and experience.
* Please refer to the Virginia Board of Counseling QMHP-C regulations for a full list of qualifying degrees.
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