Mental Health Therapist

Lifebridge Health, Inc. Baltimore , MD 21203

Posted 3 months ago

Position Summary: This position will focus primarily on children up to age 18 who have witnessed or survived a homicide within Baltimore City.

This clinical position will provide therapy to children and families with the goal of stabilizing the child and family, activating protective measures and implementing therapeutic interventions as appropriate. Provides Counseling to individuals, groups, and families who are referred by Family Advocates or by the Homicide Survivor Program Coordinator. Complete required paperwork and supervision to maintain license. Complete and maintain productivity standards.

Seasoned professional knowledge; equivalent to a Master's degree; knowledge in more than one discipline, Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Psychology. Experience of 3- years. Mental Health licensure required in MD.

Facility: BCAC is a private, non-profit 501(c)3 children's advocacy center, the oldest children's advocacy center in Maryland and the only one not operating as a local, government-funded agency.

As a chartered, accredited member of the national Children's Alliance and the Maryland Children's Alliance, BCAC serves approximately 1,100 children and their families every year. Requisition Number: 51709 Department: GENERAL Schedule:

Full-time Shift: Hours vary Hours: 9 to 5 pm, 10 am to 6 pm or 11 am to 7 pm

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