FULL-TIME BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CLINICIAN – VICTIMS’ SERVICES

FULL-TIME BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CLINICIAN – VICTIMS’ SERVICES

  • November 16, 2016
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The Family Counseling Center of St. Paul’s is seeking Masters Level Clinicians to provide behavioral health care to underserved victims of crime. We are looking for compassionate, creative, and qualified candidates to join its team of dedicated professionals serving a diverse population in Wilmington, Delaware.

Qualifications:
• Completed Masters in Counseling, Social Work, or related field
• Ability to communicate effectively in Spanish and English
• Experience and motivation to work with adults, children, and families who have experienced trauma.
• Experience and motivation to work with culturally and ethnically diverse populations
• Computer experience, with expectation to learn to use FCCSP’s Electronic Health Record (EHR) system
• Up-to-date Background Check

Responsibilities of Victims’ Services Clinicians include, but are not limited to:
• Communicating with clients and colleagues respectfully and empathetically
• Planning and Conducting psychotherapeutic treatment for individuals and groups.
• Treatment will include:

  • Conducting bio-psycho-social assessments
  • Developing psychotherapeutic treatment plans
  • Facilitating interventions that meet the needs of clients
  • Maintaining documentation of sessions in Electronic Health Record
  • Coordination of group session curricula and logistics
  • Linking clients to community resources

• Attending weekly clinical supervision meetings
• Engaging in professional development to learn best practices and models for evidence-based, trauma-informed behavioral health care
• Evening hours to meet the schedule needs of clients.

Please forward a letter of interest, resume, and FCCSP Application for Employment to kathleen@stpaulscounseling.org or fax to (302) 502-0456.

This program is funded through the Delaware Criminal Justice Council by the US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime, subgrant #VF15-1513.