Mental Health Clinician- Trauma- Brockton, MA

Position Summary

The Trauma Team focuses on working with children, adolescents, adults and families who have experienced various types of trauma including but not limited to physical and sexual abuse, adoption, family separation, grief and loss, domestic violence, community violence and sexual assault. The Trauma Team is dedicated to supporting the community and spreading awareness about the impact of trauma on individuals and families.

Education & Licensing Requirements

* Master’s level degree in Social Work, Counseling Psychology or a Master’s degree with a concentration in one of the areas of Counseling such as: Mental Health Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, or Rehabilitation Counseling required * LCSW/ LICSW, LMHC, or LMFT license preferred, but not required

Duties & Responsibilities

* Lead individual, family, couples, and group therapy * Conduct client intake sessions * Facilitate crisis intervention * Conduct case management * Participate in multidisciplinary teams to present cases for proper treatment * Attend monthly in-service trainings

Experience & Skills

* Strong communication and interpersonal skills * Ability to demonstrate an understanding of patient needs when devising and implementing treatment * Ability to identify problem behaviors, provide advice and track development effectively * Experience or understanding of underserved populations, a plus

Benefits of Working at South Bay

* South Bay provides free supervision hours towards state licensure for full-time employees. * We are passionate and dedicated to helping our community * You get hands-on, invaluable experience working with our consumers in their environment * We continually offer training and have a comprehensive new hire training program. * As a South Bay employee, you have a clear growth potential/ career path. * We offer competitive salary, mileage stipend, health benefits, paid time off, flexible schedule for clinical staff, strong team environment, in service training, electronic health records, professional liability insurance, and career advancement.

About South Bay

Do you want to work with leaders in your field to make an impact in underserved communities? Come join South Bay Community Services, a leader in community-based, behavioral health care. At SBCS, our mission is to encourage the self-sufficiency of disadvantaged people through behavioral health care services that are grounded in the community. We are constantly evolving our programs to meet the changing needs of our consumers. We believe, above all else, that every member of the community is worth fighting for. We are currently looking for a Mental Health Clinician to join our team!

South Bay Community Services is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

Tracking Code

1564

Position Type

Full-Time/Regular

Area

All Ages
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