360Y Youth Services is excited to look for the next addition to our Counseling team! Our counselors work with youth between the ages of 10 to 25 and their families across multiple settings, such as at the office, schools, and community locations. We are looking for someone who is passionate about working from a strengths based perspective and in a collaborative team oriented environment with the 360 agency mission driving our work. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to apply.
POSITION SUMMARY:General responsibilities include providing counseling services with youth between the ages of 10 and 25. Youth and families seek services with presenting concerns such as family conflict, symptoms of anxiety or depression, parenting concerns, and school behavioral concerns. We are well known as a safe and affirming provider for LGBTQ+ youth so experience and training in that area is highly desired as we seek to bring on a part time clinician. Hours will vary and are based on client volume and clinician schedule availability. Beyond the client counseling hours, clinicians are responsible for collaborating with other key providers when applicable, maintaining all corresponding record-keeping and maintaining positive, constructive relationships within the agency and the community.
Using a trauma informed approach, provide individual and family counseling services to youth and families between the ages of 10 - 25 that present with a range of concerns, such as family conflict, delinquent behaviors, depression, trauma, and anxiety.
Be able to effectively provide counseling services, often short term, in a school setting with middle school aged or high school aged youth to help them learn skills related to school issues, such as consequential thinking, impulse control, and anger management
To collaborate with community partners, such as schools, police departments, juvenile probation, and mental health agencies/hospitals, to serve high-risk youth.
To provide timely, diligent and confidential record-keeping and Cornerstone data system work for each youth in compliance with DHS and CCBYS requirements and agency standards.
To provide community information and linkage to referral services CCBYS youth and their families for substance abuse, mental health treatment, educational, and employment training programs.
To assist with crisis coverage as part of the 24-hour crisis response system for CCBYS as designated by the Clinical Director and the Crisis Coordinator.
To provide temporary placement and follow-up family stabilization services for children/families in unresolved crisis situations and as outlined in CCBYS placement protocols.
Attend at least two trauma related trainings per year.
All other duties as assigned.
Master’s degree in human services field from an accredited school.
Must hold a State License: LCPC, LMFT, or LCSW.
Knowledge of childhood trauma and experience working with youth affected by trauma.
Knowledge of LGBTQ+ identities.
Driver’s license, proof of auto insurance, and reliable transportation.
Spanish speaking preferred.
CCBYS experience preferred
Experience providing counseling in a school setting (not Type 73) preferred.
About 360 Youth Services: 360 is a powerful organization joined together by a shared commitment: to change lives and inspire hope. By strengthening emotional skills, reducing youth access to and use of alcohol and other drugs, and ending the experience of homelessness, 360 works passionately in our pursuit to help children, teens and young adults experience their full potential. We strive to be compassionate, empowering, inclusive, affirming, respectful and authentic. We seek to find employees that can live out these values with their co-workers, clients and our community.
About 360 Youth Services
360 Youth Services provides life-changing services to youth through substance use prevention education, counseling, and housing. 360 Youth Services is a not for profit agency that has served the community for over 45 years.