The Henry & Rilla White Youth Foundation, a non-profit human services organization, is seeking a masters-level counselor to provide services to youth through Telehealth.
The position will include screening, evaluating, treating, and case management of youth. Counselors will be responsible for scheduling youth's initial evaluation and subsequent sessions. The youth will be primarily school based children and is part of a grant program provided by the Department of Juvenile Justice.
Counselors will receive comprehensive initial and ongoing training in the Trauma Focus- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), as well as weekly clinical supervision with a licensed supervisor.
The Foundation is willing to provide supervision to assist an employee with gaining their licensure if desired.
Counselor will need to be available from 7:30am - 1pm to provide service.
There is more hours available for Applicants willing to provide Face to Face services, but not required.
Acquire TF-CBT training certificate
Attend weekly supervision meetings in person, by phone, or SKYPE with licensed supervisor.
Provide mental health or substance abuse, therapy services based on the youth's individualized risks, treatment needs, and strengths as identified after the completion of a diagnostic Mental Health and Substance Abuse Evaluation.
Complete client documentation in electronic health record (AZZLY), including a daily note, monthly summary note, treatment plan, treatment plan review and discharge plans.
Complete FL Risk assessment
Complete mental health, substance abuse and or integrated mental health substance abuse evaluation
Complete a treatment plan
Complete a treatment plan review each month.
Complete a log of all case management services,
Provide sign-in documentation for each counseling service provided, containing the name of youth or family member served, the date of service, type of service (individual, group, family), your name and credentials.
Complete a Progress Report/monthly summary note prior to the 5th day of the following month.
Qualifications include: Master's Degree from an accredited college or University in counseling, social work, psychology, mental health counseling, marriage and family therapy or related field. Training and experience in Cognitive-Behavioral therapy, structural family therapy, and other behaviorally-based treatments are preferred (but not required).
The Henry Rilla White Foundation