Bilingual Therapist

    CALM is seeking bilingual therapists. CALM therapists provide therapy services on-site or in the field as needed for children up to age 21 and their families. Therapists support clients and their families in meeting their mental health goals. Therapy is focused on healing mental health issues such as post-traumatic stress disorder, problems in the parent-child relationship, or other social-emotional challenges with the ultimate goal of restoring children and families to a healthy level of functioning.

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Create a treatment plan with measurable and observable goals in collaboration with supervisor, client and caregivers. Complete clinical assessment with clients to assess their strengths and needs from a clinical perspective. Provide developmentally appropriate therapeutic interventions for children and families. Therapy services are often provided during after-school and evening hours when most convenient for clients. Coordinate with other agencies when appropriate to implement treatment plan. Maintain cooperative working relationships with parents, families, and clients.

    Document all client, family and case management that meet Medi-Cal documentation standards. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: MFT Intern, ASW, or licensed therapist, from an accredited university or college, or Psychological Assistant required. Knowledge of HIPAA regulations. Experience working with complex issues surrounding children and families preferred. Experience working with Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Model preferred. Previous experience working in the nonprofit sector and training in Medi-Cal documentation standards highly desirable. CALM BENEFITS: Our benefits package includes a competitive salary dependent on experience and education. Bilingual therapists earn an additional 3%. Benefits include 100% Employer-paid medical, dental, vision, life insurance for employees, 12 paid holidays, vacation time and sick days and a 403(b) 3% matching program.

    TO APPLY:

    Interested, qualified candidates are asked to send us a cover letter and your resume to HR@calm4kids.org. Please put the title of the position in the subject line of the email.

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