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POSITION STATUS: • Casual Youth Worker (s) to work on an as needed / call in basis in either Thunder Bay or Kenora, Ontario
William Creighton Youth Services
PURPOSE:
• This position is responsible for the direct care and supervision of youth who are placed in our open custody
/ detention facilities. The position provides young persons with a living environment that is safe, stable and
emotionally supportive while ensuring that security functions are met.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• PREFERRED: Child and Youth Worker Diploma from an accredited College or University
• Candidates with the following qualifications may also be considered where the person has significant
related experience: H.B.S.W., B.S.W., B.A. Sociology or Psychology, Onajigawin Indigenous Services
Diploma, Social Services Worker Diploma, Developmental Service Worker Diploma.
Link: https://www.creightonyouth.com
Clinical Program Therapist 2
Minnesota Sex Offender Program
The Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) is a sex offense specific treatment program in a modified therapeutic community and secure setting that provides comprehensive services to 740 civilly committed clients. Services include sex offense specific treatment, education programming, therapeutic recreation, vocational programming, and volunteer services.

Our Moose Lake, MN location is seeking talented Clinicians to work on the leading edge of the comprehensive evaluation, treatment, and management of individuals who have been civilly committed to receive ongoing treatment in a secure setting.

Primary Responsibilities Include:

Co-facilitate core therapy groups and provide assistance to clients as assigned.
Prepare and present psychoeducational modules, monitor and evaluate progress toward learning goals.
Ensure accurate and timely documentation of clinical work.
Participate in staff meetings, case consultation sessions and special projects as assigned for the purpose of enhancing MSOP programming and for professional development
Link: https://careers.mn.gov/psc/mnjob/MNCAREERS/HRCR/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Clinical Program Therapist 3 & 4
Minnesota Sex Offender Program
The Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) in Moose Lake is seeking dynamic Clinicians and Senior Clinicians to work on the leading edge of the comprehensive evaluation, treatment, and management of individuals who have been civilly committed as a Sexually Dangerous Person or Sexual Psychopathic Personality. MSOP Moose Lake is a residential treatment facility for clients who have been court-ordered to receive ongoing treatment in a secure setting.

We are a national leader in the industry and are committed to implementing the latest research throughout all aspects of our program.

Clinician responsibilities include:

Treatment Planning;
Preparing written reports;
Providing individual counseling and group therapy;
Developing and providing clinical training for staff;
Delivering psycho-educational curriculums;
Perform related duties as assigned in the areas of admissions and discharge, program development, scheduling, supervision of client activities, and/or involvement in policy drafting teams or special work groups.
Cooperate within an interdisciplinary team and build positive working relationships.
In addition to the responsibilities list above, Senior Clinician responsibilities include:

Function as a lead clinician on the treatment team, taking on a leadership role and additional responsibilities as assigned.
Link: https://careers.mn.gov/psc/mnjob/MNCAREERS/HRCR/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Associate Forensic Evaluator
Duluth Institute
Assist in conducting forensic psychological evaluations for the legal system. Evaluations can occasionally be completed remotely and include an interview, integration of personality/cognitive testing, and risk assessment measures. Training on forensic specific risk assessments will be provided. All evaluations are conducted in tandem with a licensed psychologist.
Candidate must have experience report writing and conducting psychological evaluations
Candidate must be comfortable working with individuals who have committed sex crimes
Experience with MMPI-2 preferred
Forensic interest/experience preferred
Masters preferred
Please send resume and writing sample (optional) to Dr. Napoleon Petsoulis at napoleon@duluthinstitute.com
Link: http://duluthinstitute.com
Associate Clinician/Therapist
Duluth Institute
Conduct individual and/or group psychotherapy sessions within an outpatient setting in Duluth, MN. Opportunities to work with adults, adolescents, and families available. Training on sex-offender treatment will be provided if appropriate.
Candidate must have psychotherapy experience
Candidate must be comfortable working with individuals who have committed sex crimes
Group therapy experience preferred
Forensic interest/experience preferred
Evening hours available
Masters required
Please send resume and inquiries to Dr. Napoleon Petsoulis at napoleon@duluthinstitute.com
Link: http://duluthinstitute.com
Treatment Therapist
Skipped Parts, LLC
We have openings for hybrid and remote treatment providers. Call, text or email interest!! Feel free to stop by our table and ask any of our staff questions about our company.
Link: https://www.skippedpartscounseling.com/careers
Part-Time Licensed Therapist
NewPath Mental Health Services
Provide Community Mental Health Services as well as out-patient sex offender treatment in a supportive, collaborative environment with a great team!
Link: https://www.newpathmhs.com/job-posting-parttime-therapist
United States Probation/Pretrial Officer
US District Court: District of South Dakota
The U.S. District Court for the District of South Dakota is seeking a full-time probation/pretrial officer in the Western Division of South Dakota.

U.S. Probation and Pretrial Officers play an integral role in the administration of justice, community safety, conduct objective investigations, supervise defendants and persons under supervision, interact with collateral agencies, prepare reports, maintain a detailed written record of case activity, and present recommendations to the Court. Officers investigate and prepare bail and presentence reports for the Court and/or supervise defendants and persons under supervision to reduce risk to the community and foster lawful self-management.
Link: https://www.sdp.uscourts.gov/career-opportunities
Treatment Psychologist
MN Department of Human Services
The Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) is a sex offense specific treatment program in a modified therapeutic community and secure setting that provides comprehensive services to 740 civilly committed clients. Services include sex offense specific treatment, education programming, therapeutic recreation, vocational programming and volunteer services, and health and wellness.

WHY WORK FOR MSOP
Led by seasoned and respected professionals, MSOP is committed to staff, clients and the community. MSOP is dedicated to the professional growth of staff and applying current best practices to assist our clients in making meaningful change. MSOP works to create a safe therapeutic environment for clients to make changes with the goal of successful community reintegration. Liberty decisions are determined by the courts and based on public safety.

Our Moose Lake, MN location is seeking dynamic Treatment Psychologists to join our Clinical Team to work on the leading edge of the comprehensive evaluation, treatment, and management of individuals who have been civilly committed as sexually dangerous persons or sexual psychopathic personalities.

Responsibilities include:

• Provide psychological treatment services and act as a consultant regarding diagnosis, and treatment planning
• Provide targeted individualized therapy.
• Develop and provide training for staff
• Provide information regarding psychological assessment results, and clients’ treatment progress
• Provide leadership and clinical direction to other psychologists and MSOP staff.

Qualifications include:
• Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology; AND
• Licensure as a psychologist by the Minnesota Board of Psychology (LP)*
• Knowledge and experience in individual therapy, as well as familiarity with residential treatment, forensic populations, and court processes.

We offer excellent benefits and development opportunities!

Apply online at: www.mn.gov/careers to job ID 57768

Link: https://careers.mn.gov/psc/mnjob/MNCAREERS/HRCR/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Treatment Psychologist
MN Department of Human Services
The Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) is a sex offense specific treatment program in a modified therapeutic community and secure setting that provides comprehensive services to 740 civilly committed clients. Services include sex offense specific treatment, education programming, therapeutic recreation, vocational programming and volunteer services, and health and wellness.

WHY WORK FOR MSOP
Led by seasoned and respected professionals, MSOP is committed to staff, clients and the community. MSOP is dedicated to the professional growth of staff and applying current best practices to assist our clients in making meaningful change. MSOP works to create a safe therapeutic environment for clients to make changes with the goal of successful community reintegration. Liberty decisions are determined by the courts and based on public safety.

Our St. Peter, MN location is seeking dynamic Treatment Psychologists to join our Clinical Team to work on the leading edge of the comprehensive evaluation, treatment, and management of individuals who have been civilly committed as sexually dangerous persons or sexual psychopathic personalities.

Responsibilities include:

• Provide psychological treatment services and act as a consultant regarding diagnosis, and treatment planning
• Provide targeted individualized therapy.
• Develop and provide training for staff
• Provide information regarding psychological assessment results, and clients’ treatment progress
• Provide leadership and clinical direction to other psychologists and MSOP staff.

Qualifications include:
• Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology; AND
• Licensure as a psychologist by the Minnesota Board of Psychology (LP)*
• Knowledge and experience in individual therapy, as well as familiarity with residential treatment, forensic populations, and court processes.

We offer excellent benefits and development opportunities!

Apply online at: www.mn.gov/careers to job ID 56232
Link: https://careers.mn.gov/psc/mnjob/MNCAREERS/HRCR/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Licensing Supervisors
Minnesota Sex Offender Program
The Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) is a sex offense specific treatment program in a modified therapeutic community and secure setting that provides comprehensive services to 740 civilly committed clients. (MSOP) is seeking qualified contractors to provide clinical supervision toward licensure in the following areas: Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC), and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT).

• Contractors will provide clinical supervision of current Minnesota Sex Offender Program clinical staff toward licensure.
• Clinical supervision may be in a group or individual setting depending upon the State of MN requirements for the specific license.
• Supervision may occur at the Moose Lake and St. Peter locations, other location as agreed upon between the contractor and employee, or remotely as allowed by the respective licensing board.
• During the clinical supervision, the contractor will provide verbal evaluation and direction of the services provided by the clinical staff, to promote competent and ethical services and continuing development of the staff’s knowledge, skills, and values in the general field of psychotherapy as well as the provision of sex offense specific treatment.

Qualified Contractors must meet the following requirements to provide clinical supervision in the respective areas and have professional experience in the provision of sex offense specific treatment.
LICSW: Approved LICSW supervisor with the MN Board of Social Work
LPCC: Approved LPCC supervisor with the MN Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy
Approved LMFT supervisor with the MN Board of Marriage and Family Therapy

Current State of Minnesota employees are not eligible.

To express interest please contact:
Kathryn Lockie, MSOP Director of Clinical and Professional Development
kathryn.e.lockie@state.mn.us
218-366-1457
Mental Health Authors
Minnesota Sex Offender Program
The Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) is seeking qualified contractors to conduct mental health assessments for clients located in Moose Lake and St. Peter.

Responsibilities: Contractor’s will prepare an informative, written mental health assessment report that identifies client’s mental health status and needs; the process for preparing this report will include a clinical interview with the individual client, administering and conceptualizing results from screening tools, and incorporating collateral information from the referring treatment team. Clinical interviews and team consultation will be conducted virtually. Contractors are responsible for remaining in communication with facility’s assessment director regarding the assignment and completion of contracted work and remaining in compliance with all conditions outlined in the contract.

Minimum Qualifications of Contractors: Qualified contractors must be licensed as an independent clinical mental health professional in Minnesota [LICSW, LPCC, LMFT, LP], have experience in the provision of sex offense specific treatment, and have experience with the provision of mental health diagnosis in accordance with the DSM-5-TR.

Current State of Minnesota employees are not eligible.

To express interest or for additional information, please contact:
Elizabeth Peterson, Psy.D., LP
Assessment Director
Elizabeth.k.peterson@state.mn.us
218-565-6344
Clinical Supervisor
Project Pathfinder, Inc.
The Clinical Supervisor position at Project Pathfinder will provide clinical supervision as well as provide
leadership in the areas of program development, compliance, and ethical delivery. We are currently
seeking professionals who are approved board licensure supervisors and have experience with issues
related to sexual offense and problematic behaviors. This position has the opportunity for strong
compensation to individuals that are willing to demonstrate a strong level of commitment.
Education, Experience & Other Requirements
• MA degree or higher in psychology, counseling, marriage and family therapy or social work.
Independent licensure as LP, LPCC, LICSW, LMFT
• Knowledge and experience in clinical leadership, supervision experience preferred
• Must meet all the requirements for clinical supervision including be a board approved supervisor
• Relevant work experience related to sexual offending and sexually harmful behaviors
• Knowledge of sex testing, risk assessments, and current best practices
• Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Proven leadership skills
• Motivation toward long-term partnerships with clients
• Self-directed and highly motivated, with a tolerance for ambiguity
• Professional, responsible, dependable
• Open-minded, collaborative and team-oriented

Link: https://projectpathfinder.org/about-us/careers/
Therapist
Project Pathfinder, Inc.
The Therapist position at Project Pathfinder provides clinical services to our clients such as individual
therapy, group therapy, family therapy and other modalities as appropriate. We are currently seeking
professionals who are licensed or license eligible (LPCC, LMFT, LICSW track) and preferably have
experience with issues related to sexual offense and problematic behaviors.
Knowledge / Skills
Master’s or Doctoral level degree in psychology, clinical counseling or clinical social work independent
licensure preferred but not required
Required competencies for this position:
Group therapy skills, Individual therapy skills, Conjoint therapy skills, Family therapy skills.
Knowledge of sexual abuse dynamics, Knowledge of sexuality, sexual dysfunction.
Knowledge of Criminal Justice system including sentencing procedures and probation/parole procedures
or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the job.
Analytical and problem solving skills, Strong written and verbal communication skills
Self-directed, organized, and highly motivated, with a tolerance for ambiguity

Essential Duties
Conduct assessment interviews, formulate diagnoses and develop a treatment plan.
Conduct evaluation sessions, complete evaluation summary and present to staff for disposition.
Prepare for and provide individual, group and family psychotherapy for clients.
Conduct progress reviews with clients and their probation officers or referent.
Complete court reports, correspondence and communications necessary to provide clinical services.
Monitor and enforce financial compliance.
Assist in training activities
Consult with community agencies and organizations such as university classes and community groups
regarding treatment of sex offenders and other clinical issues.
Assist in Client account management and record keeping
Responsible for maintaining license in good standing and/or assuring license is acquired.
Link: https://projectpathfinder.org/about-us/careers/
Clinical Program Therapist 2
MN Department of Corrections
Provide direct services to incarcerated individuals in a sex offense treatment program (SOTP) which includes the following components: Security, Assessment, Education, and Therapeutic Programming of incarcerated people.
Link: https://careers.mn.gov/psp/mnjob/MNCAREERS/HRCR/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1001&JobOpeningId=63106&PostingSeq=1
Therapist
Turning Leaf Therapy
Seeking a therapist to provide general outpatient mental health services, as well as treatment specific to individuals who have engaged in sexual offending behavior. Please reach out to learn more!
Assistant Chief of Clinical Services
DSHS
Join our executive leadership team! We're looking for a psychologist with experience in sex offense treatment to join our department. This role is responsible for program development, administrative and clincal supervision, and staff and intern training.
Link: None
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