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Behavioral Health Clinician I or II

Job Description

Join a resilience-focused treatment program for youth and their families (caregivers) in beautiful Northern California.  The Children’s Legacy Center for Resilience is a trauma-focused resilience-building behavioral health program.  We are seeking clinicians to join our dynamic team as we serve the specific needs of children and families in our community who have been impacted by trauma. We are looking for someone who has strong interpersonal counseling skills with youth and families.   The Children’s Legacy Center offers many opportunities for career growth and development.   New graduates welcome.  Excellent learning opportunity.

Required Qualifications

·     Master’s Degree in a behavioral science

·     Registered and in good standing with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences either as an associate or licensed MFT, CSW, or PCC

·     Experience with children/adolescents/families

·     Case management experience

·     Must have a valid Driver’s license

·     Must be able to complete and pass background and DOJ fingerprint

·     Must be able to work at least one evening from 3 to 8:30 pm or 9 am to 1 pm on Saturday

Preferred Qualifications

·     Bilingual

·     Experience working with trauma

·     Experience in play therapy

Roles and Responsibilities

·      Provide therapeutic mental health/substance use services to traumatized and/or sexually exploited youth and their families to include but not limited to individual

        and family therapy, group therapy, crisis intervention and parent education

·      Provide therapeutic services for non-offending caregivers

·      Complete psychosocial assessments, diagnosis, treatment planning and clinical note writing

·      Work collaboratively with staff, multidisciplinary team, and victim advocates

·      Maintain thorough and accurate case documentation

·      Stay informed of current best practices in the field of trauma, child abuse, multi-cultural competency, and treatment

·      Ability to complete TF-CBT, EMDR, PCIT and other required trainings within the first year of employment (Paid for by CLC)

·      Participate in clinical supervision to meet BBS Requirements as well as attend behavioral health team and staff meetings

Who We Are

The Children’s Legacy Center began in 2016. Our passion is to aid children and youth who have been abused and exploited. We currently achieve this goal by offering forensic interviewing services as a part of our Children’s Advocacy Center. These interviews reduce trauma and help our partner agencies expedite justice for children, youth, and their families. We are now able to build upon this tested and stable foundation and are building out our regional pilot model for exploited children and youth. This model is a diverse, holistic, and far-reaching collection of programs and services that will multiply our impact in the community and beyond. Although each of our team obtains a specific job description, we work collaboratively to develop and expand our organization. We value the health and well-being of our team members, more so than the average workplace. The nature of this work is incredibly difficult, so supporting each other is paramount. We’ve got each other’s backs. We strive daily to create an inclusive environment in which all people feel safe, heard, and valued. The Children’s Legacy Center celebrates cultural differences and similarities among all employees, volunteers, families we serve, and members of our partnering agencies. With an amazing team and our community’s support, we truly believe we can accomplish anything!

Benefits for full time positions

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • 401(k)
  • Prestige Urgent Care Membership
  • Paid time off
  • Flexible schedule

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