AGENCY: Homeless Children's Network JOB TITLE: Child and Family Therapist SCHEDULE: Full time, 40 hrs/week STARTS: Immediately SALARY: Great Salary and Benefits Package
Services under our EPSDT program to underserved, homeless, and formerly homeless children and their families include the following:
• School-based play therapy to children ages 0-18 • Individual therapy with children • Family therapy • Staff and Parent education and support
• Bilingual/bi-cultural, Spanish speaking skills strongly preferred. • Mental Health Clinician will be working with children, families and providers. • Avatar or similar online billing/data entry experience is needed • Knowledge/experience with issues of homelessness, trauma, and domestic violence. • Providing psychotherapy to children and families • Child development knowledge and experience. • Knowledge of bay area resources for low-income and homeless families. • Must be ASW or MFTI
HCN's Community Culture:
Positive attitude and team player with proven ability to work with people of different ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, religious and sexual orientations a must. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Genuinely caring, enthusiastic, team-orientated individuals to match our diverse and devoted staff.
The above qualifications are important, but we also emphasize the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality.
Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person's mental health.
Please email cover letter, resume, and three references to: April Silas Executive Director
Additional Salary Information: Great Benefits
Internal Number: 4
About Homeless Children's Network
The mission of Homeless Children’s Network is to decrease the trauma of homelessness and domestic violence for children, youth, and families; to empower families; and to increase the effectiveness of collaborative efforts among service providers to end homelessness and poverty.