Clinician – License-eligible

Clinician – License-eligible

San Diego Youth Services

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 

Clinician – License-eligible

Counseling Cove

$40,000/year;  excellent leave benefits;  health, dental, vision plans, life and Long Term Disability insurance

Responsibility includes:

● Provision of direct services such as: outreach and education to community gatekeepers, teachers, health care providers and families.  Conducting in-depth assessment for potential mental health and/or substance abuse issues, domestic/community violence, physical/sexual/emotional abuse, and physical health needs.

● Provision of individual/group/family therapy; co-occurring disorders treatment; crisis intervention, service/discharge planning; and case-management services.  Facilitating family psycho educational groups.

Qualifications:

License-eligible in marriage and family therapy or social work and currently registered with the Board of Behavioral Sciences. In addition, this person shall have a minimum of two years experience working with youth under the direct supervision of a licensed clinician and two years experience working with cross disciplinary teams. Knowledge of co-occurring disorders treatment is also required. Prefer applicant who has experience working with runaway and homeless youth and who has provided services in a Medi-Cal funded clinic.  Must be able to pass clearance for working with Minors.  Must have good driving record and willing to use own, properly insured vehicle for the job. Bilingual preferred.  Knowledge of the homeless youth population in San Diego and committed to cultural awareness. Must be willing to develop or possess working knowledge of trauma-informed care and dual diagnosis treatment; experience working in trauma-informed and dual diagnosis programs preferred.

Send resume to SDYS, attn: CC, P.O. Box 80756, San Diego, CA  92138

or fax to (619) 221-8611, or e-mail to hr@sdyouthservices.org 

You must include “CC” in the subject line of your email to be considered for this position

 

 

An Equal Opportunity Employer

In compliance with the Immigration and Nationality Act,

all new employees must verify their eligibility to work in the United States.