IN-HOME THERAPY CLINICIAN
- Provide trauma-informed, strength-based family therapy in a home-based program
- Work in New Bedford and Taunton
- Flexible schedule, competitive salary and benefits; incentive for bilingual Portuguese or Spanish
- Receive training in multiple trauma treatment modalities, as well as family therapy and early childhood mental health
Description of Position
Community Counseling of Bristol County is currently seeking applicants for the Master’s Level or Licensed Clinician position for In-Home Therapy (IHT). The IHT Team is looking for dynamic, creative individuals to provide intensive family treatment to children, ages birth to 21, who have social, emotional and behavioral health challenges. IHT serves families in the greater Taunton/Attleboro and New Bedford areas.
Clinicians provide trauma informed, strength-based, client focused in-home family therapy. Services are designed to enhance communication, functioning, and regulation for the individual and family, while providing the skills and support necessary to prevent the need for out-of-home placement. IHT is part of the Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative umbrella of services.
This is a full time 40 hour position. Some evening hours are required, weekends available if interested – the program runs 7 days a week and offers a flexible schedule.
The program provides weekly reflective individual supervision, as well as group supervision, and training in evidence based practice models, including ARC, CPP, and family therapy. Clinicians have access to an extensive virtual training library, which assists in meeting CEU licensure requirements.
Competitive salary and benefits. Language differential available for bilingual applicants (Portuguese and/or Spanish). Manageable productivity requirements with incentive program provide the ability to earn over base salary on a monthly basis. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. I.A.
Master’s degree in counseling, social work, or a related field; 2+ years experience working with children and families. Bilingual applicants and clinicians with early childhood experience encouraged to apply. Volunteer and internship experience will be considered. Focus is on best fit within this unique and specialized program. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.