Program: Clinical Counseling
Summary: Provide therapy to agency clients, other agencies’ clients in English and Spanish per agreement and provide consultation to other agencies.
Requirements: Masters Degree in Social Work, Psychology or Counseling.
- Certification/Licensure: Must have LCSW or LPC license and be approved by the state to provide therapy.
- Three years post-graduate degree experience providing therapy to individuals, families and children.
- Preferred fully licensed, although may consider provisionally licensed candidates working towards full licensure.
- Must be fluent in Spanish; able to read, write and provide therapy in Spanish.
Partial List of Skills and Qualifications:
- Experience in providing therapy to families and children.
- Must have knowledge of a variety of treatment modalities including cognitive, behavioral, family systems, psychodynamic and play therapy.
- Knowledge of child development and child abuse.
- Ability to relate to people with respect for their culture and individuality.
- Able to relate to individuals with diverse value systems and behavioral norms.
- Good interpersonal skills with ability to build rapport with all age clients.
- Experience working with Child Protective Service clients or experience working with abused children.
- Must have own transportation, a valid Texas driver’s license and auto liability insurance.
- Ability to organize work and prioritize duties; good written communication skills.
- Public speaking abilities.
- Able to maintain confidentiality regarding clients and agency business.
Work Environment: Exposure to routine office environment in a low-income neighborhood. There is travel to satellite clients throughout Tarrant County as directed by the Director of Clinical Counseling. There may be exposure to non-compliant CPS clients. Work hours will vary to include evenings and/or weekend time.
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