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FSP Supervisor (CCFSP)

Application Deadline: July 30, 2022

Location: Santa Ana, CA, United States

FSP SUPERVISOR

Collaborative Courts FSP - Santa Ana. 

F/T, Monday - Friday, 9 am - 6 pm. Must be available for crisis consultation as needed, hybrid schedule

Responsibilities Include:

  • Be a part of a clinical team that is committed to changing the lives of young people in Orange County. Our supportive team believes in a whatever-it-takes approach to support youth ages 12-25 whose mental health symptoms have brought them in contact with the juvenile justice system.

  • Oversees the direct service staff providing case management and mental health rehabilitation, facilitates case coordination meetings with external partners, provides support covering crisis intervention, develops clinical treatment plans, reports child/dependent/elder abuse, identifies client strengths, and implements age-appropriate coping and life skills.

  • Conduct clinical assessments in the community and updates treatment plans at 6 month and annual intervals.

  • Bring strong clinical knowledge, creativity, innovation and energy to our team to help youth make their way past conflict and crisis to a place of strength and stability.

  • Position has a hybrid work schedule.


 

Requirements Include:

  • Master’s degree in counseling, psychology or social work with the majority of hours towards licensure completed. Possession of a current associate number with BBS (MFT/LCSW) required. LMFT or LCSW preferred.

  • Two years counseling experience with adolescents and families or a minimum of 1,000 supervised clinical hours preferred.

  • Requires knowledge of theory and experience with techniques of individual, family, and group dynamics, behavioral interventions, substance abuse, crisis intervention, motivational interviewing, trauma-focused and cognitive behavioral approaches.

  • Demonstrates the ability to work with a multicultural and diverse population with sensitivity and respect.

  • Must be available for after-hours emergencies with 24/7 capability for consultation.

  • Valid California driver's license, liability insurance meeting minimum state requirements, and a satisfactory driving record.


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