Providence is calling a Mental Health Therapist to the Alaska Cares Clinic at the Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage, AK.
Provides therapeutic counseling interventions and psycho-education to children and adolescent patients and their families who have experienced child sexual abuse or other family trauma.
In this position you will:
Participate in treatment planning meetings and assists treatment team in identifying clinical problems for individual patients and their families and developing specific treatment plans.
Facilitate and co-facilitates groups, family therapy sessions, and individual treatment sessions.
Prepare and deliver lectures to clients, family members, or outside agencies, as requested.
Continuously monitor all patient and family progress in treatment and outcomes as a result of interventions.
Document a thorough assessment, including mental status exam, interventions and activities related to patient's plan of care.
Required qualifications for this position include:
Master's degree in Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Social Work, or health related field.
Requires knowledge and skills in therapeutic intervention with children who have experienced child sexual abuse, witness to severe trauma and other mental health issues effecting children. Knowledge of mental health issues, both theory and practice; crisis intervention techniques; assessment techniques; and understanding of family outcomes.
Strong interpersonal communication skills, group work skills, and knowledge of age appropriate developmental issues for adolescents and their families.
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