Be the reason a child thrives
We’re looking forward to you joining children’s bureau because we see the value in everyoneIf you love making a positive impact in people’s lives, then children’s bureau is the right family for you!
Diversity is a core value at children’s bureauWe are passionate about building and sustaining an inclusive and equitable working and learning environment for all staff, and people leadersWe believe every member on our team enriches our diversity by exposing us to a broad range of ways to understand and engage with the world, identify challenges, and to discover, design and deliver solutions.
Our community commitment:
Our mission is protecting vulnerable children through prevention, treatment, and advocacy
Our vision is seeing children thrive in strong families and communities
Your wellness matters: to stay healthy, we have wellness programs designed to prioritize employee health and overall wellness, as well as drive engagement, compassion, and connectedness throughout the agencyWe are a trauma informed organization that is leading the charge in creating trauma informed resilience-oriented communities
Robust total rewards package that includes medical, vision, dental, 401(k), life insurance and flexible spending account
12 paid holidays per year and generous paid time off policy that allows for work life balance
This role is eligible for public service loan forgiveness (pslf)
To prevent the spread of covid-19 we are working 100% remote based on client’s needs.
Our staff is up to 93% fully vaccinated so these roles require to be fully vaccinated
Commitment to your professional development:
We are proud to announce that children’s bureau is an award winner for 2021 in the association for talent development’s (atd) best award for our internal learning platform, children’s bureau universityThe agency is among 71 organizations from around the globe and the single non-profit organization to receive the award this year
Learn more about your job:
The wraparound therapist, as the single fixed point of responsibility, oversees the patient’s treatment during their participation in the programIn conjunction with other disciplines, the therapist assesses the patient’s and family, develops the care plan, and actively provides therapeutic interventions to the patients and familyAssures that progress toward the client’s goals is maintained and revises the care plan as necessaryCoordinates the client’s discharge with a transition plan towards use of the community for further care.
Meets with client, family, staff, school personnel, and others involved with client to evaluate needs and services for the client
Performs evaluations and periodic re-evaluations of patients describing the level of psychosocial impairment, physical health problems, self-care potential, support network availability, adequacy of living arrangements, financial status, employment status and potential training or educational needs.
Receives training, utilizes, and completes required certification at least one evidenced based practice, including but not limited to: therapeutic modality plus outcome measure data collection and data reporting.
Completes an assessment and comprehensive, written client care plan identifying and linking the treatment, services, activities, and assistance needed to accomplish a goal negotiated with this client, as well as their nature, frequency, and duration.
Provides support and education to client and family members others to assist in their understanding of client’s mental health condition, referring them to appropriate agencies when the facility does not provide the needed services.
Provides interventions for the client and family to improve client’s behavioral outcomes as indicated on the client care plan.
Monitors, supports, and assists the client in developing or maintaining skills needed to achieve the client care plan, including medical, educational, socialization, rehabilitation, and other social services.
Intervenes by telephone or in person with the client in an emergency crisis to provide support and assistance in problem resolution.
Provides individual, family, and group psychotherapy services for patients.
Interacts with patients and staff as needed in the coordination of services.
Interacts on behalf of the client with family, friends, legal guardian, and significant others to initiate and maintain supportive networks.
This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive, and employee will also perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by the director or his/her designee as needed.
Maintains 65% billable service delivery (26 hrsWeek.)
What you will need to bring:
Master`s degree in psychology, social work, childcare counseling, education or development from an accredited college or university is required.
Licensure as either associate marriage and family therapist (amft), associate clinical social worker, or registered psychologist in active status with state of california board of behavioral sciences or board of psychologyEmployment is contingent upon active license.
Two (2) years direct service experience with severely emotionally disturbed patients in an inpatient or outpatient health care setting (internship and/or practicum time may be substituted).
One (1) year case management experience preferred
Bilingual english / spanish preferred