Job Opportunities

Clinical Psychotherapist

Job Description

Allies In Caring is looking for a clinical psychotherapist to join our team. The clinical psychotherapist provides individual, group, and family psychotherapy in different contexts; Videophone, home, school and at the office to a small caseload of children and adults.

 

We are a small non-profit organization that provides a suite of transitional support services to individuals and families who struggle with a mix of anxiety, depression, attention deficits, and in some cases developmental delays that have interfered with their ability to live independently. We utilize a treatment team approach and provide them with support in the areas of executive functioning, life skills, wellness, and therapeutic work.

 

We are committed to providing exceptional therapeutic services and to this end, our clinicians participate in supervision, case conferences, and on-going trainings.

 

Our clinicians have participated in trainings in Mindfulness Based Stress Management interventions, Systems Centered Therapy, Person Centered Interventions, Trauma Focused CBT etc.  We also provide our clinicians with monthly group psychotherapy consultation and case consultation.

 

This is an exciting position that incorporates interesting clinical work and opportunities for the study of varied clinical techniques.

 

We also utilize an experiential therapy model that puts our clinical work in the context of activities.

Learn more about this position here

INTERESTED? Please submit your resume to SThompson@alliesincaring.org 

• At the top of the cover letter, write: " I'm a great fit this position, and here's why!"…

• In the body of the letter, please share examples of your resourcefulness and creativity to address challenging situations.

Licensed Clinicians: LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LCDC, LAC, LSW,etc.

The licensed therapist develops a therapeutic plan and documents progress in an accurate and timely fashion, provides structured, goal-oriented, time-limited therapy to a child or adolescent who has behavioral needs and/or developmental disabilities. The licensed therapist will provide therapy in home, school (if necessary, according to the treatment plan), or other community-based settings.

 

Specific interventions/supports include, but are not limited to:

• Individual counseling

• Family counseling

• Immediate behavioral reinforcements

• Emotional support

• Parent training, etc.

Requirements:

• Valid Professional License (LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LCDC, LAC, LSW, etc.)

Bachelors Level Behavioral Support/ Behavioral Assistant

Behavioral Assistants assist children and youth with acquiring, retaining, improving and generalizing the behavioral, self-help,socialization and adaptive skills necessary to function successfully in the home and community.Implement service plans with individualized treatment goals to address psychiatric, behavioral, emotional, and social needs, incorporate community-based activities and programs for child, youth and families. Complete all necessary documentation in an accurate and timely fashion.

Requirements:

• Bachelor's degree in psychology, special education, guidance and counseling or social work.

• At least one year of supervised experience in implementing positive behavior support plans.

          - Teaching activities of daily living for individuals who have intellectual/developmental disabilitites.

Behavioral Technician 1

Behavioral Support Technicians assist children and youth with acquiring, retaining, improving and generalizing the behavioral, self-help, socialization and adaptive skills necessary to function successfully in the home and community.

Requirements:

• Bachelor's degree in psychology, special education, guidance and counseling or social work.

• At least one year of supervised experience in implementing positive behavior support plan, teaching activities of daily living for individuals who have intellectual/developmental disabilities.

OR

Behavioral Technician 1

Behavioral Support Technicians assist children and youth with acquiring, retaining, improving and generalizing the behavioral, self-help, socialization and adaptive skills necessary to function successfully in the home and community.

Requirements:

• High School Diploma or GED

At least three years of supervised experience in implementing positive behavior support plan, teaching activities of daily living for individuals who have intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Respite Provider

Respite Services are in-home services for children and youth under age 21 diagnosed with developmental disabilities, that give families an opportunity to take a break from their normal caregiving activities. This aids in reducing tension and burnout at home by allowing caregivers to go out to social events, engage in selfcare or simply stay at home and relax while someone is providing the care for them.

Requirements:

• High School Diploma or GED

• At least three years of supervised experience in implementing positive behavior support plans

• Teaching ADL/Instrumental skills for individuals who have intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Please be aware that the following requirements need to be met for any and/or all positions:

• Willing to travel up to an hour from home

• Pass NJ criminal history check

• NJ child abuse clearance required

• Valid NJ driver's license

• Reliable means of transportation

• Pass Tuberculin Skin (TB) test

• Bilingual language skills (Spanish or ASL) preferred

Thank you for your interest in becoming part of our team. A downloadable version of our job application can be found here. Please email the completed application along with a cover letter and resume to HR@alliesincaring.org 

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