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  CAMFT Employment
Opportunities

   Wed 3/8/2006 12:25 PM
Post-Grad (externship/residency with optional supervision opportunity)

A position has opened up at my practice in Waterford. This position will allow a not-yet-licensed psychotherapist the opportunity to work toward licensure in a supportive environment at better pay than what most clinics offer. You will enjoy a very nice office located in Waterford.This position is fee-for-service, paid at the rate of $22-$30/hr.We seek to make this position better in almost every way to competing clinic positions. Please let us know if you are even slightly curious about this position.

Please contact Samuel Schaperow, LMFT for more information. Sam.Schaperow@gmail.com 860-447-2047

   Thu 3/2/2006 10:04 AM
C.A.R.D. of Brookfield, LLC is an outpatient mental health facility that has demonstrated tremendous growth since its inception in 1996. Our growth has demonstrated the need to search for a Licensed Alcohol and Substance Counselor, with a minimum of three years experience, to manage and develop a substance abuse program.
This position offers the diverse opportunity of working with a multidisciplinary staff, in Brookfield Connecticut. The primary duties of the LADC would include program development, program operation, community liaison work, and providing evaluations for individual, group, and family therapy. This position will require some evening hours.
In order to continue our growth and offer the high standard of care that C.A.R.D. of Brookfield, LLC is known for in the community, we are searching for a dedicated and qualified professionals who are interested in making a difference in the lives of those with mental health needs.

If you are interested in this position, please fax your resume to 203.740.7696.
Sincerely, Pamela Samaha, LCSW  Executive Director
   Mon 2/13/2006 3:12 PM
Group Facilitators Positions Open in Lower Fairfield County
Family ReEntry, Inc. is seeking PT Group Facilitators to co-facilitate Domestic Violence Education workshops, Anger Management Classes, and Substance Abuse Treatment groups in Lower Fairfield County (Stamford, Norwalk & Bridgeport). Also recruiting for a PT Bilingual Spanish Speaking Male group facilitator to begin work immediately.

Candidate must possess a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Social Work, CADC, or a closely related field or be working towards a degree (Masters Degree preferred). Candidate should possess strong oral communication skills, have similar group leadership/facilitation experience, and the ability to collaborate with co-facilitator and other staff and personnel.

Contact:  Tim Gemelli  Director of Programs  Family ReEntry, Inc.
9 Mott Ave # 104 Norwalk, CT 06850 Phone: 203-838-0496 ext: 107 Fax: 203-866-9291 timgemelli@familyreentry.org

   Mon 2/13/2006 3:10 PM
Program Manager Position Open in Bridgeport- Criminal Justice: Reentry Program

Family ReEntry is seeking a highly motivated, experienced individual to accept a challenging F/T management position within a high quality, dynamic, and growing organization. Will assist w/ final development & implementation of a new state-of-the-art reentry pilot project and manage and assure quality for this Bridgeport program. A wonderful opportunity to implement a best-practices research-based pilot project that has the potential to significantly change reentry policies and practices across the state.

Requirements Bachelors/masters degree in related field; leadership ability; experience in operations & management of criminal justice programs; knowledgeable in research methods; knowledge of CT criminal justice system & Bridgeport programs and resources; relationships with Bridgeport area providers desirable; very strong written & verbal communication skills; excellent computer skills; experience with database management; behavioral health & substance abuse experience desirable.

Contact Executive Director  Family ReEntry
9 Mott Avenue, Suite 104  Norwalk, CT 06850  Phone 203.838.0496 Ext. 105   Fax 203.866.9291
Email: stevelanza@familyreentry.org Website:
www.familyreentry.org

   Wed 2/8/2006 4:16 PM
Senior Clinical Therapist Position Open at Waterbury Hospital
|At Waterbury Hospital, our guiding principle is, "Caring Makes a World of Difference" Seeking: Senior Clinical Therapist - Adolescent Behavioral Health: Full time position. Excellent salary and a comprehensive benefits package offered.

Qualifications: Masters degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family therapy or related human services field and applicable licensure. Experienced in the use of the DSM, treatment planning and implementation. Experience with adolescents preferred.

Responsibilities: Evaluates and provides group and family therapy along with case management in the Adolescent, Partial Hospital and Outpatient Service.

About Waterbury Hospital
Vision-Waterbury Hospital will be the health care organization of choice by providing superior customer service to patients and physicians.

Mission-It is our mission to provide compassionate high quality health care services through a family of professionals and services.

Who We Are-Our services are based upon this philosophy. In fact, our Press, Ganey patient satisfaction scores consistently give high marks to our care-giving staff in the areas of medical expertise and attention to patients. Our nurses' scores are generally our very best results. Surveys tell us our patients are also pleased with our physicians, including the amount of time doctors spend with them, the way they address their concerns and the skill and friendliness of our medical staff.

Email Resume: skotomski@wtbyhosp.org Fax: 203-573-7324 www.waterburyhospital.org

   Mon 1/9/2006 10:50 AM
Position Open for Licensed Clinician at New Britain General Hospital Substance Abuse Program
Due to our continuing expansion, the New Britain General Hospital Substance Abuse program has an opening for a full time Licensed Clinician (LMFT, LPC, LCSW, LADC). The responsibilities will include facilitating Early Intervention, Relapse prevention and Multi family groups, intake / evaluations , individual and couple therapy. Occasionally, the clinician will support the Evening IOP program. Hours are M, T, W till 8:30pm, Thursday till 7 and Friday hours are flexible ( I will discuss further). NBGH offers excellent benefits, completive salaries and our department is creative and innovative. If interested, please call David Borzellino at 860-224-9985 or email at dborzellino@nbgh.org.
David Borzellino, LMFT Director of Substance Abuse Services
860/224-9985
   Fri 12/9/2005 10:50 AM
We are seeking an LCSW or licensed psychologist to conduct assessments for children and teens from the Danbury area. This is a full time position and located in Danbury. Excellent salary and benefits. Flexible hours. Contact John Berube, LMFT for more information at 203.756.7287 x 206 or email to: jberube@waterburychildguidance.com 
   Thu 10/13/2005 1:26 PM
DANBURY AREA CLINICIAN WANTED

Child Guidance Clinic of Greater Waterbury has an opening for a clinician to work in the Danbury area. This is a full time position with FULL BENEFITS. VERY FLEXIBLE WORK SCHEDULE. No evenings or weekends. Salary low to mid 50’s. A license is not required but a minimum of at least 3 years of direct clinical work with children is necessary to be considered. 

Please respond to John Berube LMFT at: jberube@waterburychildguidance.com Or call 203-756-7287 x 206 

   Thu 10/13/2005 1:23 PM
Clinical Position available

New Britain General Hospital Substance Abuse Services, is seeking a 35 - 40 hour full time Licensed clinician for our Day programs. The candidate will need to have worked in a substance abuse treatment program and have experience in group, individual and couples therapy. Our clients have a primary diagnosis of substance abuse and can have a secondary pscyh disorder including depression, anxiety or bipolar. Our IOP groups include topics such as Relapse prevention, coping skills, DBT skills, spirituality, family issues, sexuality, etc. We are also beginning a buprenorphine program. We are innovative and work at addressing the needs of our clients. 
Hours are M, W, Thurs 8:30-5:00pm, Tuesday 1-8pm and Friday 8:30-12:30. Personal characteristics we are seeking include creativity, open mindedness and a sense of humor. Pay and benefits are very competitive. If interested, call David Borzellino, LMFT at 860-224-9985. My email address is dborzellino@nbgh.org.

   Wed 10/12/2005 2:30 PM
Adjunct Faculty Position Open at St. Joseph's College
Saint Joseph’s College, Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy Program. Permanent Adjunct Faculty Position Location West Hartford, CT 

Description 
Saint Joseph’s College seeks an adjunct faculty member to teach one class in each of the fall and spring semesters as follows: 
MFTH582 – Gender Issues and Diversity in Therapy – The focus of this course is to increase the awareness of attitudes, beliefs, values, assumptions, and biases concerning gender and diversity, and how these affect the work of a therapist treating couples and families. 
MFTH597 – Research Methods – This course is designed to introduce students to quantitative and qualitative research methods. More complete course descriptions are available at
http://www.sjc.edu/content.cfm/pageid/245

Applicants will only be considered if they have a Ph.D. or are ABD. Professor Kikoski will attend the AAMFT meeting in Kansas City and will be happy to discuss this opportunity with interested applicants. Send letter and cv to: Catherine K. Kikoski, Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy, 1678 Asylum Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06117-2791. Submission by e-mail attachment at ckikoski@sjc.edu is greatly preferred. Saint Joseph’s College is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution Employer 

Saint Joseph’s College Contact Info 
Professor Catherine K. Kikoski Email Address ckikoski@sjc.edu Website
www.sjc.edu 

   Wed 10/12/2005 2:23 PM
Job Opening (part-time) at New Britain General Hospital

New Britain General Hospital Substance Abuse Treatment Program has a 20-25 hour a week evening position available in the evening Intensive Outpatient Program. responsibilities include facilitation of group therapy, substance abuse education and providing couple's sessions; case management and insurance authorizations. Hours are Monday 3- 10, Wednesday 3:30 - 10, and Friday 4-10. Requirements are MFT, PC, MSW Licensed eligible a must, licensed preferred.

If you have any questions please call or email David Borzellino at 860/224-9985 or dborzellino@nbgh.org. David Borzellino, LMFT Director of Substance Abuse Services

   Wed 10/12/2005 2:26 PM
Full-time position at New Britain General Hospital

Due to program expansion, the New Britain General Substance Abuse Program is seeking Licensed LMFT, LPC LADC or LCSW for the day program.  Responsibilities include: initial assessments, group therapy and substance abuse education; facilitating relapse prevention groups, individual and couple counseling.

Past Experience required will need to include working in a substance abuse treatment program, working with managed care, minimal case management. Clinicians with innovative ideas and specialized training encouraged to apply. This is a full time position; The hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:30-5:00, Tuesday 12-8 and Friday 8:30-12:30. Hospital benefits are excellent and salary is very competitive

Contact David Borzellino at 860-224-9985 or email dborzellino@nbgh.org David Borzellino, LMFT Director of Substance Abuse Services

 
   Mon 9/26/2005 10:07 AM
DANBURY AREA CLINICIAN WANTED

Child Guidance Clinic of Greater Waterbury has an opening for a clinician to work in the Danbury area. This is a full time position with FULL BENEFITS. VERY FLEXIBLE WORK SCHEDULE. No evenings or weekends. Salary low to mid 50’s. A license is not required but a minimum of at least 3 years of direct clinical work with children is necessary to be considered.

Please respond to John Berube LMFT at: jberube@waterburychildguidance.com Or call 203-756-7287 x 206

 

   Thu 9/22/2005 8:15 PM
CLINICIAN POSITION:

Adult Services has a twenty hour position available for experienced licensed clinician for outpatient mental health services. Experience in brief treatment and current participation in managed care panels is a strong factor. Some evening hours required. Bilingual and/or minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

Human Resources  Wheeler Clinic  91 Northwest Drive  Plainville,CT 06062
Ph: 860-793-3871  Fax: 860-793-3520  Jill R. Cristo LMFT  Program Coordinator
Mental Health Outpatient Services  Wheeler Clinic  jcristo@wheelerclinic.org

 

   Wed 8/24/2005 11:06 AM
Licensed Clinician Wanted (LMFT, LCSW) to work in Danbury area. This position is hired through the Child Guidance Clinic of Greater Waterbury but is based at the Danbury DCF office.

We are seeking a clinician with at least 3 years clinical experience working with children and/or adolescents to be a leader in the local Managed Service System. This is a Mon. – Fri. position 9-5 no nights, weekends or on-call. EXCELLENT salary and benefits.

For more info call or email John Berube, LMFT. 203-756-7287 jberube@waterburychildguidance.com

 

    Sun 8/7/2005 8:14 AM
Seeking licensed clinician with managed care experience for part-time rental/contract arrangement. Administrative back-up provided for appointments, insurance authorizations and OTRs. Must be available to work some weekend or evening hours. Weekly peer supervision meetings. Excellent collegial environment. No phone calls please. Send resume by e-mail to selber@newlearningcenter.com or by post to Selbe Ruggiero, MSW, New Learning Therapy Center, 1200 Post Road E., Westport, CT 06880.

 

    Sun 8/7/2005 7:32 AM
YOUTH AND FAMILY COUNSELOR
The Town of Stratford is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Youth and Family Counselor at Stratford Community Services, the local Youth Service Bureau. This 19.5 hours a week, grant-funded position involves the intake, assessment and treatment of youth and families; primarily afternoon and evening hours. Minimum starting rate $22.11 an hour.

Candidates must have a Master’s Degree in Family Therapy or related field plus 2-4 years working with individuals and families. Strong clinical skills and a systemic orientation to treatment are required. Associate or Clinical membership in AAMFT is preferred.
Send resume to Director of Human Resources, Town Hall, 2725 Main Street, Stratford, CT 06615 by August 26, 2005. EOE.

 

    Tue 7/12/2005 10:58 AM
TOWN OF CHESHIRE  EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENT
YOUTH & FAMILY COUNSELOR (JOB SHARE)
RE-POSTED  SEARCH EXTENDED  DEADLINE—AUGUST 5, 2005

The Town of Cheshire invites qualified applicants to apply for the twenty (20) hour per week, job share position of Youth & Family Counselor. Minimum starting rate $21.29/hr. Directs, plans and develops comprehensive program for youth and their families. Master’s degree in counseling or social work with training in crisis intervention, youth issues and community networking.

Complete job description attached and also available at the Town Manager’s Office, Cheshire Town Hall, 84 South Main Street, Cheshire, CT 06410. Cover letter, resume and references must be forwarded to Louis A. Zullo, Personnel Director, at the above address, on or before the close of business on Friday, August 5, 2005.The Town of Cheshire is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V. This notice is posted in compliance with Section 5.1 of the Town of Cheshire

Personnel Rules and Regulations.

Town employees may respond at this time but should be advised that the opportunity to fill this position will also be afforded to those applications received from the general public.Applicants who previously responded need not re-send information.

TOWN OF CHESHIRE POSITION DESCRIPTION

Position Title: Youth and Family Counselor Classification: N-2
Department: Youth & Social Services Date: 5-18-05
Position Objectives:

Under direction, plans, develops and provides comprehensive counseling program for Cheshire youth and their families. 
Reporting Relationships:Reports to: Director of Youth & Social Services
Primary location is Town Hall. Also sees clients in schools, police office, clients’ homes, and youth center. Must be able to move between the above locations. Must be able to communicate and observe interpersonal communications. Position entails counseling sessions in hour increments. Equipment used consists of a telephone, copier, and fax machine.
Essential Functions:

1. Provides individual and group counseling services for youth and their families in the Town of Cheshire.
2. Develops and maintains working relationships with appropriate school system and Police Department personnel.
3. Establishes and maintains liaisons with local church and civic groups and regional agencies concerned with youth and family services.
4. Provides crisis intervention assistance to youth and their families during crisis situations, which may occur during evenings and weekends.
5. Maintains confidential records on clients served.
6. As assigned, oversees youth services programs such as Juvenile Review Board, child abuse prevention committee, and Host Home Program.
7. Collects data and prepares required reports for local and state authorities.
8. Serves as advocate for Cheshire youth both on an individual and collective basis.
9. Must be available to work one evening a week for family counseling sessions.

The above duties describe the most significant duties performed and are not to be considered a detailed description of every duty of the position. Other occasional and related duties may be assigned. Desired Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 
Masters’ Degree in counseling or social work with training in crisis intervention, youth issues and community networking. Minimum of one year experience in counseling or social work or any combination of training and experience which provides a demonstrated ability to perform the duties of the position. Ability to relate to young people and establish rapport with parents and other adults. Good oral communication skills. 

 

  Wed 7/6/2005 5:13 PM
Program Coordinator, Domestic Violence Offender Services

Group therapy, supervision, and administrative duties in the areas of staff recruitment, program development, grant, contract and budgetary oversight. Must be license eligible. Competitive salary and benefit package.
Please send resume to: Wheeler Clinic  Dept. of Human Resources  91 Northwest Dr.  Plainville, CT 06062
www.wheelerclinic.org    EOE M/F/D/V

 

  Fri 6/17/2005 7:43 AM
The Wheeler Clinic, Adult Outpatient Services is looking for clinicians interested in part time Fee for Service position. Hours are flexible. Please contact Jill Cristo LMFT at (860) 793-3882 for questions. Resumes can be sent to Jill's attention at the Human Resource department.

Jill R. Cristo LMFT
Program Coordinator
Mental Health Outpatient Services
Wheeler Clinic
jcristo@wheelerclinic.org


   Thu 6/9/2005 8:35 PM
Crisis Clinicians for Children and Adolescents

The Child Guidance Clinic of Greater Waterbury has Full Time openings for 2 LMFT/MFT of LCSW/MSW in our Emergency Mobile Services program (EMPS). This is a great job with excellent benefits, competitive pay, flexible schedule and supervision toward licensure. Provide assessment, referral and short-term therapy for our clients and their families. John Berube, LMFT  Child Guidance Clinic of Greater Waterbury, Inc. (203) 756-7287 x206 jberube@waterburychildguidance.com

 

  Tue 5/10/2005 3:31 PM
Naugatuck clinic seeking LMFT who is on insurance panels for 5-10 hours /week. Billing services provided. Two AAMFT Approved Supervisors on site. If interested or for questions, call 203-723-4955 and Leave message for Terry.

Mon 5/2/2005 9:45 AM
F/T Position Open - Bridgeport, CT

Program Specialist w/child and family focus needed ASAP for Champions Mentoring Program for Children and Families Impacted by Parental Incarceration!

Opportunity for a bright, highly motivated, competent, and dedicated individual to make a meaningful difference in the lives of children impacted by parental incarceration and their families. The full-time Program Specialist will work with the Program Coordinate and Vista staff to recruit, train, and support mentors; recruit, assess, and match children. Will assist children and families with program related issues.

Requirements: Masters degree in family studies, human/child development or related field or BA in same with extensive experience. Strong written and spoken communication skills; excellent computer skills; ability to build collaborative relationships. Experience and/or training in criminal justice field desired. Reliable transportation; able to work flexible hours (some late afternoons, evenings, weekends).

The Program and Organization: The Champions Mentoring Program is a federal and privately funded program that provides site-based mentoring and related services to Bridgeport children their families impacted by parental incarceration. The program is a collaborative partnership between Family ReEntry and The Connecticut Mentoring Partnership. Family ReEntry provides effective behavioral health services and psycho-educational programs for individuals involved in the criminal justice system and their families.

Since 1984 Family ReEntry has working to "empower individuals and strengthen families to reduce crime, violence, abuse, and neglect." Family ReEntry provides effective community-based programs that significantly reduce the likelihood that a client will re-offend, be re-arrested, or be re-incarcerated. Reductions in recidivism resulting from Family ReEntry’s cost-effective programs increase public safety, improve quality of life, and reduce the financial burden on taxpayers.

Salary and Benefits: Salary commensurate with training and experience; excellent benefit package; opportunity to join a team of professionals in a growing and progressive organization with a focus on strengthening individual, family, and community resilience and committed to effective policy and practice in criminal justice.

Contact: Send resume and cover letter to Steve Lanza, Executive Director, Family ReEntry; fax 203-866-9291; email stevelanza@familyreentry.org; phone 203-838-0496; website www.familyreentry.org

 

    With much enthusiasm, I would like to announce that the Child Development Unit (founded by T.B. Brazelton) of Children's Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School is offering a two-year Infant-Parent Mental Health Fellowship program, involving 20 monthly weekend training sessions, beginning in September 2005 (www.infantparentfellowship.org).

The Fellowship, founded and directed by Dr. Ed Z. Tronick and Dr. Kristie Brandt, will train multi-disciplinary clinicians to treat the mental health issues of infants and young children, and their parents, from a developmental relational framework. It is based its highly acclaimed sister program, the Napa County Health and Human Services Agency.

We are looking for experienced clinicians with advanced degrees in psychology, social work, psychiatry, pediatrics, family therapy, counseling, occupational and physical therapy, integrated therapies and related disciplines.

Please visit our website at www.infantparentfellowship.org for more information and to download an on-line application.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Lily Ko
Fellowship Administrative Assistant
Infant-Parent Mental Health Fellowship
Child Development Unit, Children's Hospital Boston
1295 Boylston St., Suite 320
Boston, MA 02215
(P) 617.355.4611
(F) 617.730.0074
(E) lily.ko@childrens.harvard.edu

(W) www.infantparentfellowship.org

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FROM BROCHURE

Child Development Unit
Children’s Hospital Boston - Harvard Medical School
Mission and Program Description

The mission of the Infant-Parent Mental Health Fellowship is to train multi-disciplinary clinicians to treat the mental health issues of infants and children under 3 years of age from a developmental relational framework. The Fellowship will provide a thick understanding of normal and derailed development, infant mental health and psychopathology, and of infant-caregiver growth enhancing and infant-caregiver growth dissipating processes.

Objectives

Fellows will develop practical knowledge of infant-caregiver therapeutic methods through presentations by nationally-recognized core and visiting faculty, training in observational and therapeutic video techniques, practica, developmental and topical seminars, and case reviews. Who should apply? Mid-career clinicians with advanced degrees in psychology, social work, psychiatry, pediatrics, nursing, family therapy, counseling, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and related disciplines.

Cost
$4,000 per year (assistance for limited-income applicants)
One weekend per month for 20 months

CE Certificate Program

For more information and online application visit: www.infantparentfellowship.org info@infantparentfellowship.org Infant-Parent Mental Health Fellowship Program September 2005 to June 2007 Edward Z. Tronick, Ph.D., Director Kristie Brandt, N.D., Co-Director

 

   Tue 2/8/2005 1:10 PM
Youth Development / Adolescence Specialist

POSITION: Youth Development/Adolescence Specialist (12 month tenure- track Assistant Professor)

LOCATION: Justin Hall, Room 302 School of Family Studies and Human Services Kansas State University Manhattan, KS 66506-1403 www.ksu.edu/humec/fshs

DATE AVAILABLE: July 1, 2005

RESPONSIBILITIES: Cooperative Extension - 70%

*Provide leadership in designing, delivering, and evaluating a program to address positive youth development (ages 8-18). The program may include communication, self-esteem, responsible decision-making surrounding life choices, healthy eating and physical activity, healthy communities, and handling stress or family related issues.

* Work as a part of a team with others in the University and with new hires to build synergy in extension and research.

* Work closely with 4-H Youth Development, the K-State Community Health Institute, and other partners.

* Procure external funding to support educational outreach as well as research and scholarship.

* Publish in professional publications.

Classroom Instruction - 30%

* Teach two classes a year on campus or by distance in the Great Plains interinstitutional Youth Development Master’s program and supervise master’s students.

QUALIFICATIONS:

* Ph.D in human development and family studies, adolescent development, education, educational psychology, counseling/guidance or a closely related field.

* Experience working with youth.

* Ability to work in a diverse and multicultural environment.

* Ability to work as a member of a team toward accomplishing group goals.

* Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing with individuals and groups.

* Demonstrated ability in designing, promoting, implementing and evaluating educational programs based on learning principles.

* Grant writing skills.

RESPONSIBLE TO: Director of the School of Family Studies and Human Services.

SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

BENEFITS: This is an unclassified position of K-State Research and Extension. The Kansas State University benefit package includes a retirement plan, group health and life insurance plans, worker’s compensation, vacation, sick leave and other benefits. For additional information, see www.ksu.edu/hr/benefits.

HOW TO APPLY: Submit a letter of application, vita, transcripts, and a list of names of three references to:

Dr. Charlotte Shoup Olsen JU 342N School of Family Studies and Human Services Kansas State University Manhattan, KS 66506-1403 Phone: 785 532-5773 Email: colsen@oznet.ksu.edu

CLOSING DATE: Review of applications will begin March 1, 2005 and continue until the position is filled.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Kansas State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of race, sex, national origin, disability, religion, age, sexual orientation, or other non-merit reasons (including employment of disabled veterans and veterans of the Vietnam era.) EEO Coordinator: Stacey M. Warner, 121 Umberger Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506. EEO Counselor: Daryl D. Buchholz, 123 Umberger Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506. 1/18/2005

 

   Mon 2/7/2005 10:21 AM
We are looking for a MFT/MSW, LADC as a part-time consultant working with a probation/parole population. We are looking for someone to do triage/assessments and group facilitation.

Please contact:

Katurah Abdul-Salaam, RN,LMFT,LADC
Connecticut Mental Health Center-Substance Abuse
Treatment Unit (CMHC-SATU)
One Long Wharf
New Haven, CT
203-974-5735 email Katurah.Abdul-Salaam@po.state.ct.us

 

   Tue 2/1/2005 8:54 AM
Current opening for a Clinical Therapist at The Children Center of Hamden. Looking for MSW, Masters level position, MFTs please apply.

Contact:
Ken Lacilla, MSW
1400 Whitney Ave.
Hamden, CT 06517
203-248-2116 Ext 358

 

   Wed 1/19/2005 5:07 PM
CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN-HOME BEHAVIORAL HEALTH FAMILY THERAPIST INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

For 2005 - 2006

Program Description: The state of Connecticut's Department of Children and Families has received funding from the Byrne Foundation to sponsor an internship program for graduate students in counseling-related programs who are interested in being trained in evidence-based in-home models of adolescent and family therapy. Home-based models that are represented include: Functional Family Therapy (FFT), Multi-systemic Family Therapy (MST), and Multi-Dimensional

Family Therapy (MDFT). A significant amount of scientific evidence is available that supports the efficacy of treating children, adolescents and their families in their homes. The use of these state-of-the-art approaches to treating families is rapidly expanding throughout Connecticut.

Position Description: Byrne-funded In-Home Family Therapist Interns will be trained in one of three models of intensive in-home family therapy for children and adolescents (FFT, MST, MDFT). Interns will develop in-home therapy skills through supervision, shadowing an experienced in-home family therapist, and collaborating in the treatment process before gradually taking on primary therapeutic responsibility for a caseload of families as part of an in-home family therapy team. Therapist interns will travel to client's homes to provide or participate in the treatment. Interns will be supervised and supported by their clinical supervisor and fellow members of the therapy team. Many positions require interns to work when families are available to meet with them, including late-afternoons, evenings and on weekends if necessary. Interns will learn to function as part of a team to coordinate the client and family treatment with external influences and community services, such as the school and juvenile justice systems, neighborhood environment, and adolescent's peers.

Qualifications: The internship program will give priority consideration to candidates who meet the qualifications listed below.

· Graduate student in Master's or Doctoral programs in social work, marriage and family therapy, psychology, or counseling

· Previous clinical experience (ideally with youth and families)

· Training in systems oriented family therapy (ideally structural and/or strategic family therapy)

· Transportation and a valid driver's license are required

· Available to work multiple evenings per week

· Desire and willingness to see families in their homes

· Willingness to work with the people, systems and agencies that affect the child, including schools, juvenile justice, peers, family and neighborhood

Locations & In-Home Models: Byrne-supported internship opportunities are currently limited to the FFT, MST and MDFT in-home models. Byrne funded internships are available with in-home family treatment providers throughout Connecticut.

Hours and schedule: Schedules will be determined by the providers and programs supervising the interns and the requirements of the intern's academic program, however, it is anticipated that intern's will work 20 hours per week.

Number of Internships: We expect 10 internship positions will be funded for 2005 - 2006.

Stipend, mileage reimbursement & cell phone: Interns will be paid a stipend totaling $3,600 each for their internship. Funds will be distributed monthly. Limited reimbursement for travel to and from client's homes will be provided. Cell phones will be provided to interns to use for their clinical work.

Application Deadline: February 15, 2005

Application & Questions: If you would like an application or if you have any questions about the internship program, contact Jim Shaul, at jshaul@abhct.com or 860.704.6307.

   JOB OPPORTUNITY FOR MFT THERAPIST

Clinicians provide state-of-the-art, intensive in-home/community based treatment to families of juvenile offenders. Responsible for engaging the primary caregiver and other key participants to promote behavior change in the youth’s natural environment. Services for these families are comprehensive, flexible, and highly individualized. Therapist will receive extensive training in a research-based, outcome-driven treatment model for juvenile offenders and their families; weekly supervision and consultation activities.

The treatment model demands that clinicians be highly creative and collaborative with the family to achieve outcomes. Candidate must have a MA in Human Services, with exp. providing family therapy and knowledge of the youth and family system a plus. Bilingual in Spanish candidates are strongly urged to apply. Licensure (or working towards licensure) strongly preferred. Candidates are needed to serve the following areas: greater Rockville, Willimantic and Bloomfield.

Please send resume to (specify location desired): CSI, HR, Job Code 443723, 4 Griffin Rd N, Windsor, CT 06095, fax: 860-683-7198 or email: jobs@csimail.org. To learn more about Multisystemic Therapy, visit the website at www.mstservices.com.

www.csi-online.org

 


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