CHILD PARENT INSTITUTE Santa Rosa Children’s Counseling Center
Since 1978, CPI has been a leader in parent education and children’s mental health in Sonoma County. We recognize that all children and families affected by trauma deserve access to the best possible care provided by a trained, compassionate, and supported workforce.
We are looking for licensed therapists to join the dedicated team of clinicians at CPI's Santa Rosa Children's Counseling Center. If you're looking to expand your skill set providing trauma-informed care to children and families, this may be the perfect fit for you! Job Summary This is a full-time position providing individual, family, and group behavioral health services at school sites and at our Southwest Santa Rosa campus.
Responsibilities and Duties
Conduct initial assessment of new clients and develop master client plans.
Conduct individual, family, and group sessions within the scope of practice and enter progress notes on a daily basis.
Review and update treatment plans as prescribed in the program policies and procedures.
Follow program policies and procedures utilizing appropriate assessments and input from the clinical supervisor and treatment team.
Qualifications and Skills
Current License/Intern/Trainee Registration number with BBS
In school and/or Master’s degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, or closely related field from an accredited program.
Minimum of 1 year experience in the mental health field.
Experience working with children ages 1-18
Knowledge and understanding of professional legal and ethical obligations.
Ability to perform age appropriate psychosocial assessments and interpret findings/treatment goals for clients and families.
Maintain strict confidentiality guidelines regarding all clients, conversations and referrals.
Understand of financial and productivity standards of agency/department.
Use clinical supervision to enhance professional growth and examine clinical work.
Experience in a social service or non-profit mental health agency.
Knowledge and experience working with diverse populations utilizing culturally competent, strength-based strategies.
Knowledge of Medi-Cal paperwork and CANS certification preferred.
Proficient in PC programs, i.e. Windows and MS Word.
License Requirements: This position is open to licensed clinicians (LMFT, LCSW) and registered interns. Intern Therapists and/or Trainees are provided with group and individual supervision by a Clinical Supervisor as required by their licensing board.
Benefits: This is a full time position with benefits including medical & dental coverage, vacation and sick time, and a 403b retirement savings plan.
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