Youth Service Bureau
Youth & Family Therapist
Provide assessment and psychotherapy services to youth and young adults ages 5-25 and their families.
- Provide assessment and therapy services to clients as assigned, with at least 60% of time (25 sessions/week on average) spent in direct-service delivery.
- Maintain client records and enter timely and accurate data.
- Provide youth and families with referrals to other services in the area as needed.
- Actively participate in regular clinical supervision, consultation, and staff meetings.
- Establish and maintain effective relationships with referral sources.
- Participate in various outcome measure procedures.
- Other duties as assigned. This can include public speaking.
Requirements & Qualifications:
- M.A., M.S. or M.S.W. in Psychology or Social Work or Marriage & Family Therapy or related professional field.
- LP, LICSW, LMFT or LPCC level is most desired. A pre-licensed person can also apply if they are about six months out from becoming fully licensed.
- Portable insurance authorization (Credentialing) with major carriers is preferred.
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience providing psychotherapy services to youth and families (can include pre-licensure experience).
- Flexible scheduling; including one evening weekly. Services may occur in schools.
- Demonstrated experience showing familiarity with the developmental needs of youth and families.
- Preference given to applicants who have a demonstrated ability to work with diverse communities.
- Ability to coordinate care with a diverse group of community colleagues (county; medical; schools; law enforcement; and community agencies).
- Experience with an EHR system; Procentive experience preferred.
- Valid driver’s license, insurance and daily access to an automobile.