Director of Children's Outpatient Services
141 E Main Street Waterbury, CT 06702 US
Must have the ability to maintain the utmost confidentiality of both agency and client matters. Must understand and be able to display the clinical knowledge and expertise necessary to perform crisis intervention. Must have knowledge of cultural diversity and be capable of displaying cultural competency to the populations served by the program. Must be able to display knowledge and expertise in clinical theory and practice as it relates to the populations served. Must be capable of working as a part of a team and be able to effectively communicate with both families and professionals (in writing and verbally). Bi-lingual (Spanish-English) preferred.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
A master’s degree in marriage and family therapy or social work and a Connecticut license as a Marriage and Family Therapist or Social Worker (LMFT, LPC or LCSW), or a doctorate in psychology and a Connecticut license as a psychologist is required. At least five years of post-graduate clinical experience working with children, adolescents, or families is required. Experience in providing crisis intervention services is required. Experience providing clinical supervision and the necessary credentialing from NASW, AAMFT, or the APA (or a similar credentialing body that approves supervisors or supervisors in training, status, etc.) is required. Experience in family therapies and/or training in family systems theory and practice is also preferred.
The employer is offering a competitive salary with a comprehensive benefits package.