A Therapist is responsible for specific clinical services to assigned youth and families so that they may become healthy, independent and productive members of their communities. A Therapist is expected to exercise professional judgment and discretion as a significant practitioner in the successful integration of treatment for clients.
A Therapist works designated shifts under the direct supervision of the Clinical Supervisor.
1. Valid California license as a LCSW, MFT, PhD, or PsyD; or a Masters degree and current registration with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences as an Associate MSW or MFT Intern.
2. Work experience in a comparable mental health setting.
3. Valid California Drivers License, current vehicle insurance and a good driving record.
4. Bilingual Spanish required.
Starting rate of $4,500 per month plus $300 bilingual differential plus a $500 Lancaster differential.
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