Join a groundbreaking mental health program that gives you the opportunity to grow your clinical skills, and help some of the most vulnerable youth in Orange County with the support of a team. At CCFSP, we treat the whole client by giving clients access to individual/ group/ family therapy from our team of clinicians, mental health rehabilitation from our Coordinators, prosocial activities at our guidance center, and access to education, work, and housing specialists. We meet our clients where they are at, so you’re not stuck in an office all day. Our Clinicians have access to world-class EBP training like EMDR, TF-CBT, Moral Reconation Therapy and Seeking Safety. Waymakers proves excellent benefits, including Waymakers vesting an amount equaling 3% of your salary in a 401k on your behalf.
Waymakers is a well-established non-profit human services agency committed to helping individuals experiencing conflict and crisis make their way to a place of strength and stability. Celebrating more than 45 years of providing services in Orange County, Waymakers is comprised of 8 core programs assisting over 120,000 persons a year.
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Collaborative Courts FSP – Santa Ana. F/T, Monday – Friday, 9 am - 6 pm on call 24/7 for crisis support.
Using a strength-based, “whatever-it-takes” approach in the Recovery Model and a wraparound philosophy.
Provide individual, family and group counseling promoting wellness and recovery.
Conduct initial intakes, develops clinical assessments with a DSM5 diagnosis, measurable treatment plans, and assists clients, caretakers and FSP team in goal achievement and implementation of behavior modification plans.
Provide parent education, intervening therapeutically when a consumer is experiencing behavioral/emotional difficulties, crisis intervention and safety planning and coordination of care with FSP team.
Provide timely documentation of these services for transitional age youth 12-25 and their families with mental illness and are involved in the juvenile justice system. Services are provided within juvenile justice institutions, in-home and community based locations.
Requires a Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related field. Possession of a current intern number with BBS on the MFT/LCSW track.
1 year related experience or post graduate, clinically supervised hours. Counseling experience with children, adolescents and families required. Requires knowledge of theory and techniques of individual, family, and group dynamics, behavioral interventions, substance abuse, crisis intervention and cognitive behavioral approaches.
Demonstrates the ability to work with a diverse multicultural/ethnic population with sensitivity and respect.
Must be available for on-call coverage for after-hours emergencies.
Valid California driver’s license, liability insurance meeting minimum state requirements, and a reliable automobile.
Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.