Eliot is seeking a licensed eligible Clinician with experience working with clinical issues of children and adolescents. Our ideal candidate will have knowledge of DBT and have the ability to work effectively with diverse populations and cultural groups.
Eliot’s juvenile justice programming includes a residential network for youth ages 13 to 21 who are court-involved and need placement while awaiting return to court, assessment, or longer-term treatment. These highly structured, self-contained programs offer a comprehensive intervention for juvenile offenders.
+ Provide individual and family therapy weekly in accordance with DYS, DEEC, and ECHS policies and procedures
+ Participate in the development and implementation of Individual Service Plans
+ Provide case management and advocacy for youth as needed
+ Facilitate curriculum-based treatment groups in DBT, Substance abuse, and Risk Reduction
Schedule: Sunday-Thursday; 11 am-7 pm
Pay rate: $45,000 unlicensed; $47,500 independently licensed
+ Ability to write clearly: Advanced
+ Limit Setting: Advanced
+ Computer Software Skills: Advanced
+ Clinical Skills: Advanced
+ MA or better in Social Work
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