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REPORTS TO: Clinical Director


Our Mission: To Improve the lives of the Residential youth, Community youth, and Foster Care families we work with by helping them develop the necessary skills to address issues impairing or precluding their overall emotional and psychological wellness.

Job Requirements:

• Conducts weekly individual therapy sessions (or as needed) utilizing evidenced based treatment practices

• Completes Comprehensive Clinical Assessment and other appropriate assessments as indicated

• Facilitates group therapy sessions

• Maintains a therapeutic alliance with community stakeholders such as, but not limited to, Dept. of Social Services (DSS), Dept. Of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), and other key partners relevant to the youth’s ecology.

• Collaborates with youth, staff, and stakeholders to develop treatment goals

• Provides crisis-support services and share on-call coverage rotation

• Completes documentation in a timely and accurate manner

• Completes and reviews safety-plans with youths deemed high-risk

• Attends weekly clinical meetings and bi-weekly one-on-ones with Clinical Director

• Attends monthly Child-Family-Treatment team meetings for assigned youths

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • This requires a master’s degree in social work, counseling, marriage and family therapy, or psychology. • Must hold or be working towards a North Carolina licensure (LCSW, LMFT, or LCMHC). Provisionally licensed candidates are welcome to apply. Benefits: • Health Insurance • 401(k) • Paid time off • Paid supervision for provisionally licensed therapists

Pay: $48,000- $55,000

Contact Boys and Girls Homes at 910-646-3083 or apply on our Careers page here

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