Education: Master level student in Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, or Social work
Credentials, Skills and Abilities:
Pass a pre-employment drug screen and random drug screens and maintain emotional control and professional composure at all times.
Pass a pre-employment and biennial criminal background and motor vehicle check (fingerprints needed if applicant has lived out of state within the past 5 years)
Maintain liability insurance throughout their practicum/ internship experience (s).
Students are expected to be enrolled in a graduate-level practicum/internship course throughout the duration of their practicum experience(s).
Demonstrate the ability to:
Respond sensitively and competently to the service population's cultural and socio-economic characteristics.
Communicate effectively in writing and verbally in English and Spanish.
Work in a fast paced environment.
Maintain computer literacy required to meet the responsibilities of the position.
Work effectively and without intensive supervision both independently and as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
Travel as needed.
Manage time effectively and efficiently.
Experience: Completion of 50 direct client contact hours at time of application. Completion of 15 hours direct relational or group hours at time of application.
(Preferred) Must be able to commit to at least two consecutive semesters.
Internship will start at the beginning of Fall Semester 2018
Status: Part Time (20 -- 25 hours weekly)/Unpaid internship
Summary: The Counselor Intern is responsible for using sound professional judgement and best practices to ensure quality services are provided to the service population especially in crisis situations while maintaining compliance with established state and federal standards.
To successfully perform this job, the employee may be expected to perform the following, with or without reasonable accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990:
Assess clients' needs and provides assistance with emotional support and advocacy.
Link clients to available resources and provide case management support.
Conduct initial intakes and develop and maintain service/treatment plan.
Provide assistance with public assistance benefits, educational needs, victim's crime compensation, housing and food.
Provide peer support groups, co-facilitate counseling with clinician.
Provide psychoeducational groups focused on emotional support, anger management, healthy relationships, managing trauma, self-care, stress management, substance abuse, risky behaviors and other alternatives forms of recovery.
Able to connect with young adults and families at-risk.
Provide assessment-based crisis intervention services to individuals on-site and over the phone after successful completion of **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Crisis Training.
Report any suspected abuse or neglect to the program supervisor and all appropriate state and county enforcement agencies.
Attend and participate in staff meetings and in-service trainings.
Participate in weekly face to face or phone supervision with the supervisor.
Frequently travel from one location to another within the office.
At times, travel to partnering organization to provide services or outreach.
Meet all deadlines required by program supervisor and state/federal partners.
Compile and analyze intakes and referral information to make an assessment of client needs.
Offer individual and group support as appropriate.
Teach peer support skills in conflict resolution, anger management, parenting, etc., as needed.
Develop, monitor and review with client(s) a treatment/action plan designed to increase strengths, address needs, and reduce conflict in the home.
Complete all files and program documentation, including data entry, accurately and on time.
Help individuals to locate community resources to meet additional needs
Prepare presentations, trainings and facilitate groups that address topics related to child abuse prevention for community agencies, school, parents and youth.
Participate in resource fairs in the community as assigned.
Compile, prepare, submit and maintain accurate records, files, forms and additional information in accordance with agency policies, licensing and/or contract requirements.
Work evenings, weekends and holidays as needed or requested by position supervisor.
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