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 Job Title   Posting Date   Organization

LICENSED CLINICIANS (English Speaking or Bilingual Spanish/LCSW OR LMFT)

  10/26/2017   New Alternatives
 Job Description        

Position Title: Full-time or part-time, English Speaking or bilingual Spanish-speaking Licensed Clinicians (Vista, CA) Duties/Responsibilities: • Provide crisis stabilization and assessments to children, youth and families. • Provide short-term case management services and linkages within the families’ communities. • Coordinate and collaborate with community clinics, hospitals, schools and others to support and empower children, youth and families. • Provide trauma-informed, strength-based services. • Participate in weekly supervision and case consultations. • Participate in a supportive workplace that requires flexibility and teamwork. • Clinicians will be trained in Crisis Intervention, Motivational Interviewing, Trauma-Informed Care Practices and Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP), in addition to other therapeutic techniques and frameworks.

 

 Qualifications        

Education Requirements: • Masters degree in social work, counseling or other related field. Licensure/Certification Requirements: • Current California License required as a Clinical Social Worker or Marriage and Family Therapist. Other Experience Requirements: • One-year providing individual, group or family therapy with children, youth and/or families. • Experience and knowledge of substance abuse and dependence preferred. • Experience providing family therapy preferred. Benefits with Thirty (30) or More Hours Per Week: Medical and Dental Benefits, Vacation and Sick Time, 403B Plan, Family Fit Program through LA Fitness. Aside from NCCIRT crisis intervention services, New Alternatives, Inc. (NAI) provides residential, foster care, in-home, outpatient and school-based services for abused, neglected and traumatized children, adolescents and families. NAI is committed to providing Trauma-Informed Care principles throughout our agency. If not already familiar with, candidates will be trained to assist the agency to carry out this Trauma-Informed Care culture.

 

 Additional Information        

The North County Crisis Intervention and Response Team (NCCIRT) is looking to hire full-time and part-time English Speaking or bilingual Spanish-speaking licensed clinicians. NCCIRT is a walk-in assessment center for children and youth, ages 4-17, who are in crisis. NCCIRT also has a Mobile Assessment Team that provides services in homes, schools and the community. Our goal is to decrease psychiatric hospitalizations and ER/ED visits by providing same-day assessment and intervention services to families. Licensed Clinicians provide crisis intervention, assessment, short-term case management and solution-focused therapy services until children and youth are linked to community resources. NCCIRT employs a psychiatrist and a Family Advocate to provide support services. NCCIRT has two offices located in Escondido and Vista. Our offices hours are Monday-Friday, noon to 8 p.m. Why should you join us? We have a caring, collaborative & creative work atmosphere with supportive management. We believe in professional and personal growth opportunities. We are passionate about helping kids in our community. We embrace a culture of self-care.

 

 Contact   Fax to:   Email Inquiries to:

Sandra Ruiz

  (619) 543-9401   sandra.ruiz@newalternatives.org

 

 

 
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