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Counselor/Therapist - MSW, MFT or APCC

  • Wed, June 01, 2022 9:26 AM
    Message # 12801564


    Website WEAVE

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    Position Summary:

    Under the general supervision of the Counseling Services Manager and Chief Program Officer, Counseling & Outreach, the Counselor/Therapist will provide trauma-informed therapeutic services with children, teens and adults. The Counselor/Therapist will work at selected WEAVE counseling sites, based on counseling needs. This is a benefited position. Weekly individual and group clinical supervision are provided by a licensed therapist.


    • Offer culturally responsive and trauma-informed direct services with clients
    • Offer a short- and long-term individual and group counseling for adults/teens/children
    • Crisis intervention and safety planning
    • Identify, assess, and report cases of suspected child or elder abuse/neglect to Child/Adult Protective Services with guidance from Counseling Manager and Clinical Supervisor
    • Provide intakes and develop treatment plans and goals to be worked on during individual sessions
    • Maintain ethical and timely clinical documentation per agency and professional guidelines
    • Provide clients with appropriate internal and external resources

    Other Responsibilities:

    • Attend and participate in department and agency meetings, as assigned
    • Attend and participate in weekly individual and group clinical supervision
    • Maintain accurate timesheets, BBS paperwork, and other work-related documents/billing per agency and professional guidelines
    • Provide presentations for Peer Counseling Training, community partners and participate in community outreach activities, as needed
    • Other job duties as assigned


    • MSW, MFT or APCC with BBS registration
    • Complete WEAVE’s 69-hour classroom training and counselor certification program (post-hiring requirement)
    • Previous counseling experience required
    • Experience working with survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault
    • Experience working with diverse communities
    • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively and to prioritize and manage time
    • Provide copy of valid California driver license, have reliable transportation, and submit current proof of vehicle insurance
    • Satisfactory results from DOJ background check and TB Test (post-employment offer requirement)

    Ideal candidates will:

    • Practice with cultural sensitivity and humility
    • Have a working knowledge of California clinical laws and ethics, practice good clinical judgment, and maintain professional and clinically ethical boundaries
    • Be proficient in computer skills Electronic Health Records, Microsoft Applications (Excel, Word, Outlook, SharePoint) and other online platforms
    • Have experience collaborating and building relationships with communities and community partners
    • Respond to department and/or agency needs, as needed

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