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- CLINICAL COUNSELLOR/STV
- Agency / Organization
- MACKENZIE COUNSELLING SERVICES
- Contact name
- Donna Mercer
- Executive Director
- Box 790
- British Columbia
- Postal Code
- V0J 2C0
- Mackenzie Counselling Services is seeking an experienced and compassionate Clinician to join our dynamic and professional team. We are committed to providing genuine, collaborative, creative and ethical therapeutic services to individuals, groups, families, adolescents and children. Our agency is located in the interior region 2 hours north of Prince George. Mackenzie is family friendly community that is popular with outdoor enthusiasts.
In the position of Stopping the Violence Clinical Counsellor you will have an opportunity to provide individual counselling to women who have been impacted by violence. Much of the services will be provided to adult women individually however there will be opportunities to conduct group work alone or with colleagues. Since this is a combined position (Stopping the Violence and Family Services) the remainder of the counselling will be provided to adults at risk for developing problems in functioning.
Expectations of candidates:
Minimum baccalaureate degree in social services (Social Work, Counselling Psychology, or other related fields)
Strong ethical boundaries
Ability to work independently as well as part of a clinical team
Experience with a range of therapeutic issues especially abuse
Trained in utilizing a trauma informed approach
Participation in ongoing professional development
Ability to develop therapeutic relationships
Ability and willingness to network/collaborate with other care providers in the community
- (250) 997-6595
- Closing Date