Clinician- In Home Therapist

The Home For Little Wanderers Cambridge , MA 02138

Posted 9 months ago

The Safe-at-Home Program based in Somerville is looking for a Clinician to provide age-appropriate, culturally sensitive In Home Therapy services for clients and families. Safe at Home is a team of therapists who work intensively with a child, and his or her family, in the home for a period of 3 weeks to 3 months.

We offer a diverse staff fluent in Spanish, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, and Armenian. Safe at Home is dedicated to helping families further assist children and adolescents who are in psychological, behavioral or emotional distress. This is a voluntary program that needs the family to join in the process in order to be successful.

Under the direction of the Clinical Coordinator the Clinician will provide intensive individual and family therapy; act as a liaison with collateral agencies and programs; identify and utilize community resources that support children's and family's growth; act as an advocate for families and help parents to build advocacy skills for themselves and their children. Utilize treatment modalities that are consistent with program goals and that best fit with clients' age and treatment needs.

Act as part of CBHI wrap-around service model. Demonstrate cultural awareness and sensitivity. QUALIFICATIONS: Masters Degree in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, or LMHC, Psychology or related field.

Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Travel by car. Computer literate including Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer with the ability to learn new software applications.Apply On-lineSend This Job to a Friend

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    10 Guest Street, Boston, MA 02135 888-Home-321 or 617-267-3700 Fax: 617-267-8142

The Home for Little Wanderers is registered as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Contributions to The Home are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

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Clinician- In Home Therapist

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