Covering Multiple Counties
$18.58 - $21.63 Hr - Depending experience and license
Must have a valid Drivers License
This is an independent professional position performing assessments, clinical evaluation, crisis intervention, and brief treatment services in the community for families who are involved with child protective services or child protective investigations. The therapist provides brief interventions to assist families to manage stressful individual and family situations, with the goal of resolving the current situation and also strengthening the family's skills and natural and community supports to cope with stressful situations more effectively and to promote family stability. Services may be provided in the home, schools, or other community settings. Services are offered in thirteen counties within North Central Florida. Families must be referred to Meridian by Partnership for Strong Families, and in order to meet their required response time, some evening or weekend work may be required. This program is a short-term intensive service model, generally two to three weeks' duration for each family served. This work is performed with a high degree of independence; however, work is reviewed through conferences, supervision and required reports.
Master's degree from an accredited university or college with a major in counseling, social work, psychology, marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling, or a related human services field; at least one year of clinical experience with families.
Must have a current Florida Driver's License with a clean driving record while meeting company insurance requirements
12. Regular attendance is an essential for success in this position.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
Specific competencies required are identified on a department/program specific basis and identified in each employee's Competency Checklist. The following are general and apply to all positions with this title.