Blue Signal Search
Our client is an organization committed to create a fostering and nurturing environment that prioritizes the well-being of its dedicated employees, ensuring its team members can carry out their critical roles with confidence and resilience. By providing a highly qualified and trauma-trained staff, our client places a strong emphasis on employee wellness and support to mitigate the effects of secondary trauma.
As a Counselor, you will play a vital role in providing clinical assessment, individual and family therapy related to child abuse issues for children, adolescents, non-offending adults, and families. You will also facilitate psychoeducational groups for non-offending guardians, caretakers, and adolescents. This role requires a commitment to maintaining client confidentiality and adhering to the company’s policies and procedures.
This Role Offers:
Competitive salary and comprehensive health benefits. Professional growth opportunities and certifications. Manageable caseload for quality client care. Supportive team and Clinical Manager. Opportunities for personal and career development. Contribution to making a real difference in the community.
Conduct clinical assessments and providing therapy to children, adolescents, non-offending adults, and families dealing with child abuse issues. Facilitate psychoeducational groups for non-offending guardians, caretakers, and adolescents. Maintain accurate and confidential client files in accordance with OBHL, center policies, and forensic standards. Participate in weekly supervision sessions to discuss cases, treatment goals, and intervention strategies. Coordinate services with a multidisciplinary team, including law enforcement, CPS, medical staff, and forensic interviewers. Provide court testimony when necessary.
Represent the organization through speaking engagements, educational opportunities, and public appearances. Participate in center-based self-care and team-building activities. Carrying out other assigned duties
Master’s degree in counseling or social work. Independent license as a LPC or LCSW. Experience working with children with complex trauma issues. Ability to be a productive collaborative team member. Passion for helping clients while maintaining a healthy work/life balance. Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred. Good understanding of clinical diagnoses and evidence-based interventions for mental health conditions.
About Blue Signal:
Blue Signal is an award-winning, executive search firm specializing in various specialties. Our recruiters have a proven track record of placing top-tier talent across industry verticals, with deep expertise in numerous professional services. Learn more at bit.ly/46Gs4yS
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