DescriptionTake on a key role within a world-class health organization, and make a positive difference in others’ lives. You can do all this and more at UCLA Health.
Stuart House is an internationally recognized model program created by the Rape Treatment Center to serve the special needs of sexually abused children and their families. Stuart House provides evidence-based, trauma informed, and culturally centered therapeutic services.
As a Stuart House therapist, you will provide mental health services for children who are suspected victims of sexual abuse and their non-offending family members, including intake evaluations, comprehensive diagnostic assessments, crisis intervention, and individual, family, and group treatment services. Provision of clinical/psychological assessment supervision and training may be expected. You will also participate in the Rape Treatment Center/Stuart House’s 24-hour on-call response system, provide on-call telephone intake, in-person advocacy, crisis intervention, accompaniment and information/referral services for victims and significant others who present for emergency medical care/forensic examinations (1 - 2 weekday overnight shifts per month).
UCLA Health is a world-renowned health system with four award-winning hospitals and dozens of primary care practices, specialty practices, urgent care centers and other ancillary locations throughout metro Los Angeles. We are also home to the David Geffen School of Medicine, an internationally-respected leader in medical education and research. Through the efforts of our outstanding people, we have become Los Angeles’ trusted provider of exceptional, compassionate patient care. Salary Range: $46,000.00 - $166,400.00 Annually
* Doctoral degree in Psychology (Ph.D./Psy.D.) and CA State license-eligible. * Experience providing trauma informed therapy services to children who are suspected victims of sexual abuse and their families. * Competent in conducting psychological evaluations for children and adolescents. * Possess advanced knowledge of child development, sexual trauma, complex trauma, evidence-based treatment modalities, and solid diagnostic and crisis intervention skills. * Ability to function collaboratively as a team member and establish effective communication with clients and staff.
Preferred: Experience supervising and/or training students; bilingual (Spanish-English).
At UCLA Health, you can help heal humankind, one patient at a time by improving health, alleviating suffering and delivering acts of kindness. As you do, you’ll achieve great things in your life and your career. We’re a world-class health organization with four hospitals consistently recognized among the nation’s very best as well as an internationally-renowned medical school, primary and specialty care clinics and much more. Within our dynamic, innovative and growing organization, you’ll find exceptional opportunities to make the most of your abilities in a supportive, empowering and inclusive environment. If you embrace our values of Integrity, Compassion, Respect, Teamwork, Excellence and Discovery we invite you to see all you can accomplish at UCLA Health.