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Marriage and Family Therapy Job Detail:

Youth and Family Therapist
7/17/2017
Company:
Youth Service Bureau
Contact:
E-mail:
Address:
Various, MN     
Phone:
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Salary:
   
Job Description:

Principal Responsibilities:
• Provide assessment and therapy services to clients as assigned, with at least 50% of time 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.
• Provide community education on youth and family related topics.
• Actively participate in regular clinical supervision and consultation meetings.
• Maintain ongoing contact with referral sources.
• Participate in various outcome measure procedures.
• Other duties as assigned.

Direct Reports:
• None

Requirements & Qualifications
• M.A., M.S. or M.S.W. in Psychology or Social Work or Marriage & Family Therapy.
• LP, LICSW, LMFT or LPCC level of licensure attained.
• Portable insurance authorization (Credentialing) with major carriers is preferred.
• Minimum of 3 years experience providing psychotherapy services to youth and families (can include pre-licensure experience).
• Flexible scheduling; including one or two evenings weekly.
• 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 and provide services to African-American, Latino, or Asian families.
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a diverse group of service providers (county; medical; schools; law enforcement; and community agencies).
• General knowledge of service area, community conditions and local resources is desired.
• Valid driver’s license, insurance and daily access to an automobile. Valid driver’s license, insurance and daily access to an automobile.


 

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