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Group Facilitator
The Children's Collective Inc - Black Infant Health Program
Under the direct supervision of the Program Supervisor/Mental Health Specialist, the Group Facilitator will conduct group intervention activities/support groups for the Black Infant Health Program to African American women who are pregnant and postpartum using the approved curriculum.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

Create and maintain a Group Intervention Schedule
Conduct and co-facilitate prenatal and postpartum groups
Document Client participation
Participate in Case Conference Activities
Maintain on file up-to-date client records, current copies of BIH Group Curriculums, BIH Program Standards
Networks with other involved service providers in the community
Maintains confidentiality and adheres to HIPAA regulations


BA Degree or enrollment in a college/university in women/maternal, child/infant health, social work, health education, or human services development
1 year of experience providing direct services to the target population, performing tasks related to the program
Fully embraces and supports the BIH Governing Concepts of cultural competence, client-centered, strength-based, and utilization of cognitive skill building approaches
Knowledge of socio-cultural experiences compatible for pregnant African American women and children
Possess knowledge of women’s health, including prenatal and postpartum health.
Possess knowledge of breastfeeding, nutrition, and physical activity
Demonstrates strong group facilitation skills
Excellent written/oral communication skills
Excellent interpersonal skills, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
Computer literate
Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $39,000.00 - $43,000.00 per year
Therapist-Behavioral Health Services
SHIELDS for Families
Depending on specific program assignment, may perform any or all of the following:
Maintain a productivity standard of 70% per month which equals twenty hours per week.
Maintain a caseload of a minimum of four clients to six clients.
Provides crisis intervention/therapy and facilitates conflict resolution.
Plans and administers family therapy sessions which may include use of cognitive behavioral interventions as prescribed by the MST model. Provides a milieu of services including individual, family therapy, and community based social rehab activities, collateral contacts and case management services.
Contact new referrals immediately upon receipt. Performs intake assessments and report back difficulties engaging clients into the program to the Program Manager and Clinical Coordinator and work collaboratively to resolve the issues at hand.
Completes client psychosocial assessments and provides diagnoses; formulates a plan of treatment which promotes development and maintenance of individual goals designed to facilitate individual growth, improved social interaction, ability to manage mental illness and live independently.
Assesses and monitors condition of client to evaluate success of treatment and adapts interventions as needed.
Provides case management to include assessment of client/family needs, referral, links and support in accessing community services, psychiatrist, medical care, housing, rehabilitation programs, drug/alcohol services and social activity groups.
Assist in facilitating a client being placed on a 5150 or voluntary hospitalization, either by accompanying the client/family to the Psychiatric Hospital, or by contacting the PET Team/Police to have the client placed on 5150 hold.
Therapist - Children's Mental Health Services
SHIELDS for Families
Our Children’s Mental Health programs address mental health disorders through comprehensive and collaborative services including psychosocial assessments, individual, group, and family therapy, medication support services, psychiatric services and testing, comprehensive case management, and educational services. Furthermore, SHIELDS utilizes an array of industry-recognized evidence-based practices in order to provide effective mental health services, including Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and Child-Parent Psychotherapy. Finally, SHIELDS provides linkage and referral services to additional substance abuse and mental health treatment programs at SHIELDS and other community-based providers, as well as linkage to our collaborative networks that provide housing, food, clothing, and transportation for those in need.
SHIELDS for Families
The Therapist provides crisis intervention, intake assessment, individual, family and group therapy to adults, children and families with a history of mental illness. This includes coordinating support services to assist clients with independent living. The Therapist is responsible for monitoring and maintaining documentation of client services within clients’ charts, ensuring compliance with agency policies and procedures, Department of Mental Health contract and other related agencies’ standards and guidelines.
Executive Director / Part-time
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Licensed Therapists
ARC Counseling and Wellness
We are seeking independently licensed Psychologists who can work collaboratively within our team for the best benefits of the clients. We currently have a growing wait list and several clients that need to be transferred due to providers taking extended leaves of absence. We're offering private practice without all the hassle and an amazing collaborative team to grow with!

Minimum Qualifications:
Doctoral Degree (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) from an accredited university or professional school of psychology
License in good standing with the State License Board
Strong clinical skills
Strong communication skills

Preferred Qualifications:
Specialization in one or more areas (ie: Health psychology, Trauma, Substance Abuse, Couples etc.)
Bilingual Spanish is helpful but not required
Paneled status with one insurance company
PsyPact approval

Provision of psychotherapy services
Create comprehensive patient assessments
Treatment planning
Complete documentation in compliance with clinical and state requirements

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $60.00 - $90.00 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:
We have been proactive and very intentional about the safety of our staff and our clients. We are currently working remotely and seeking providers who will do the same. We will return to office only when it feels safe to do so based on science and data.

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