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Family Based Intervention Therapist
Job Code:2021-FBI-001
Salary Range:-
  

The Therapist position with the Family Based Intervention Program encompasses direct clinical services to children ages 3 to 18 and their families.   The direct clinical services provided by the FBI Therapist include therapy/case management services for client/client’s families and coordination with community collaborators on behalf of clients.  The therapist may provide individual, group and family clinical services to clients in their home and out in the community. The therapist represents the program and agency at internal and external meetings. The therapist completes Medicaid documentation and other basic core responsibilities.  On a day to day basis this therapist may find themselves facilitating an individual session with a child, a family session with their family, teaching parenting skills, advocating for the child with their school or other community resources, interacting with a DCFS worker, teaching social skills to the client, completing assessments, treatment plans, or other Medicaid paperwork. Flexibility is an important quality for this worker to posses.

Job Function:
Provides in-home therapy and case management to children and families.

Job Qualifications:
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 Masters degree in Social Work or related field (License preferred)
- Experience and/or training preparing one to work with youth and families in their own homes
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- Ability to effective relate to youth, families, community agencies, and referral sources
- Ability to work independently and as an active team member
- Demonstrates maturity and sensitivity to cultural and individual differences in children and families served
- Ability to handle job related matters in a professional, diplomatic and confidential manner
Hearing and speaking ability which allows for effective oral communication of information, physical and emotional stamina to effectively handle job-related issues
- Ability to transport self and clients to various locations

Benefits & Pay:

  • PTO (paid-time-off) accrual 3 weeks first year (full-time)
  • 10 paid holidays
  • Sick Leave accrual 12 days per year (full-time)
  • Medical, vision, and dental insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • 401K with company match
  • Company paid life insurance, STD and LTD
  • Supplemental life insurance