If you are a MFT or MSW and currently in the registration process for your California BBS intern number, you can apply for this opening now! Bilingual English/American Sign Language (ASL) required.
-Under clinical supervision, provides direct clinical and related therapeutic services to clients and/or their families documented on a progress note in timely manner per contract compliance.
-Gathering client's history, assessing the needs of clients, formulating psychosocial diagnosis, and determining the most appropriate method(s) of providing treatment such as individual, family and group therapy; client advocacy, outreach, liaison services; supportive counseling and crisis intervention documented on a service plan completed in timely manner.
-Advocating for clients including court accompaniment, court translations, and supporting clients to successfully navigate the criminal and civil legal process or to ensure satisfactory placement of a child in a permanent, stable home setting, or foster care.
-Complies with productivity standards of the Agency and maintains an appropriate caseload to reach the weekly expectation of client contact and billable hours; maintains timely and appropriate case/progress notes per contractual standards.
-Participates in treatment team meetings (both internally and externally) to formulate psychosocial diagnosis and treatment plans that include individual, group/family therapy, and case management services.
-Participates in clinical supervision by coming prepared to discuss casework, accepts constructive feedback and puts feedback into clinical practice with clients.
-Establishes and maintains rapport and effective working relationships with child(ren), families, and community; works effectively within the Agency and social work community at large.
-MFTI or ASW with current California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) Registration required.
-LMFT or LCSW highly preferred.
-Bilingual English/American Sign Language (ASL) required.
-Previous employment experience with children and families and working knowledge of the family patterns, child-rearing practices, special needs, traditions and values of the ethnic and cultural groups served by the program.
-Working knowledge of community resources that address the special needs of the client base.
-Current California Driver License, a driving record acceptable to the Agency's insurance carrier, and availability of a personal car with appropriate insurance which employee is willing to use for all Agency business, if needed; adhering to federal motor vehicle safety standards when transporting children.
-Computer skills sufficient to meet production demands of the job including Microsoft Office and WELLIGENT software for program notes.