We offer educational, recreational, medical, and mental health services to displaced youth while working to unite them with parents or relatives living throughout the US. We serve multiple cultures, and seek bilingual team members who are energized by helping youth experience safety and belonging. “Being a part of team Crittenton means welcoming every child who comes through our doors, not giving up, and going the extra mile to make a difference.” Tonia Gadson, Education Coordinator

Fullerton, CA

Crittenton Services

<p><strong>We offer behavioral health care, safe shelter, and individualized support to help people in need heal from trauma and reach their full potential. Crittenton employees are adaptable, compassionate, and inclusive. Most of all, we are a group energized by the impact of our programs and services.</strong></p> <p><strong>Because of our commitment to building a healthier community for clients, the well-being of our employees and their work environment is very important. Crittenton employees are offered a comprehensive benefits package and career growth opportunities, flexible work options, and free mental health supports. Crittenton truly believes in investing in our employees and our benefits and compensation packages reflect that commitment.</strong><br /><br /><strong><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Message From Our CEO to Candidates</a></strong></p>

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Full Time

Competitive Compensation and Benefits Package

Overview: Therapist assesses and counsels individuals and families regarding psychological or emotional problems and develops and implements therapeutic treatment plans, in various settings, in accordance with the client&rsquo;s needs, applicable contracts, laws and standards of practice.
Responsibilities: <ul> <li>Acquires, maintains, teaches and demonstrates knowledge of Prevention of Sexual Abuse (PSA) and Sexual Harassment standards at care provider facilities, evidence-based practices, and trauma-informed care and maintains a professional environment that is consistent with Title 22, licensing regulations, and established agency policies.</li> <li>Ensures client-centered service planning including effective advocacy, cross-team collaboration, and client empowerment.</li> <li>Communicates relevant information, screens for human trafficking concerns, and coordinates with staff and outside agencies to establish and meet clients&rsquo; treatment goals.</li> <li>Provides crisis intervention consultation to all members of the team.</li> <li>Assesses, implements, and coordinates the client&rsquo;s plan of care, conducting outreach and engagement with team members and outside agencies, as needed.</li> <li>Promotes wellbeing in a safe and supportive environment by providing clients social and emotional support in addition to problem-solving and conflict resolution.</li> <li>Provides services in the field settings such as client homes, communities, or other approved venues. May provide services in a residential setting, as needed.</li> <li>Complies with HIPAA and agency confidentiality standards to safeguard client information.</li> <li>Completes all required documentation of services and visits accurately and within established timeframes.</li> <li>Transports clients, and family if required, to appointments and scheduled activities, as needed.</li> </ul>
Requirements: <p><u><strong>Minimum Qualifications:</strong></u></p> <ul> <li>Master&rsquo;s degree in social work with clinical experience in the program</li> </ul> <p><strong>OR</strong></p> <ul> <li>Master&rsquo;s degree in psychology, sociology, or other relevant behavioral science degree in which direct clinical experience is a program requirement</li> </ul> <p><strong>OR</strong></p> <ul> <li>Bachelor&rsquo;s degree plus 5 years of clinical employment experience</li> </ul> <p><strong>AND</strong></p> <ul> <li>Must be licensed or eligible for licensure</li> </ul> <p><strong><br />PCC Intern or LPCC</strong>&nbsp;must show proof of 6 semester units or 9 quarter units of applicable graduate-level coursework on theory and application of marriage and family therapy AND 500 hours of related experience by providing a Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) issued letter approving qualifications. A PCC may obtain a waiver from the agency to complete necessary courses while being employed as an intern, but must complete coursework prior to licensure in order to avoid a lapse in the ability to provide couple and family therapy. Proficiency in threshold language required for positions primarily assigned to mono-lingual clients.<br /><br /><br /></p> <p><u><strong>Additional Requirements:</strong></u></p> <ul> <li>Must possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted California driver&rsquo;s license.</li> <li>Must be able to successfully complete and maintain required licenses, certifications and required ongoing training.</li> <li>Must be computer-literate and be able to understand and effectively use electronic record systems</li> </ul>