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- Family Counsellor - Sr. Clinician
- Agency / Organization
- Ann Davis Transition Society
- Contact name
- Patti MacAhonic
- Executive Director
- 9046 Young Rd
- British Columbia
- Postal Code
- V2P 4R6
- Ann Davis Transition Society Family Counsellor – Senior Clinician
Posting open until June 12 – 4 pm. Please send resumes attention Executive Director with Family Counsellor in the subject line to email@example.com with 2 letters of reference.
About the opportunity:
Title: Family Counsellor – Senior Clinician
Work Site: Main office 9046 Young St
Prepared Date: May 28, 2018
Approved by: Executive Director
The Family counsellor – Senior Clinician provides mid-range family, individual and group abuse counselling to Ann Davis clients generally 19 years plus. This program does not deal with serious mental health conditions: DID, cults, psychoses nor will ADTS offer services of a religious nature. This position is a part of the ADTS Leadership Team.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
To perform the job successfully the Family Counsellor must be able to perform consistently each essential duty satisfactorily. Other related duties may be assigned.
• Assess and identify specific behaviours and emotional issues to be addressed
• Develop and implement therapeutic programs necessary to meet goals which includes approaches (i.e. EMDR, OEI, other mainstream modalities)
• Counsel from a feminist perspective addressing such issues as societal structures and values
• Follow Society personnel policies
• Records kept in a professional manner up to policy/CARF standards
• Maintain strict confidentiality of client information
• Acquire knowledge of community resources and referral process; become thoroughly familiar with Ann Davis programs to make referrals
• Attend and participate in staff meetings, case conferencing, and clinical supervision
• It is expected that staff will, at least once a year, voluntarily help with a Society fundraising activity
• In a 7 hour day 4 hours should be spent on clients and 3 for Clinical Supervision
• Other related duties as may be required from time to time
• Facilitates open communication within the case management team
• Contributes to regular reporting procedures, including ongoing case notes, incident reports, monthly progress summaries and exit reports.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
• Registered Clinical Counsellor
• Five plus years’ experience including domestic violence and abuse issues
• Thorough knowledge of abuse issues and impact
• Understanding of substance misuse and Mental Health diagnoses
• Knowledge of feminist theory and practice
• OEI, EMDR are definite assets
• Co -Management of a team
Case Management Skills
• Demonstrated ability working constructively and cooperatively in a team setting
• Ability to provide supervision and support to a counselling team
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Knowledge and experience with case recording practices
OTHER SKILLS & ABILITIES
Counsellor must have:
• Excellent interpersonal and communications skills
• Staff act as role models, businesslike dress code, good boundaries and other professional and ethical behaviours are expected
• Strong organizational and time management skills
• Able to work with little supervision while contributing as a team member
• Well-developed written and verbal communication skills
• Ethical standards as laid out by governing body (RCC etc.), adhere to ADTS policies Practice professional boundaries
• Criminal Record Check
• Counsellor should not transport clients or offer service in a client’s home unless approved by the Executive Director
• Ability and willingness to work cooperatively with leadership
• Utilize de-briefing opportunities with ADTS staff and leadership
• Attention to own personal needs, stress management, emotional health
• Demonstrate a sensitivity and understanding of the client population’s socio-economic characteristics
• Have the ability to work with any client that is referred.
• Have the ability to work with values and behaviours that are very different from those of the employee
• Ensure that personal values and beliefs are not insinuated, promoted, or imposed on the clients.
• Have a positive conviction about the capacity of people to grow and change.
• Have the ability to work in partnership with other team members, including referring authorities
• Have computer, scheduling and internet skills
Counsellor will work from the Chilliwack office, 7 hours/day excluding a one-hour unpaid lunch break.
The Family Counsellor will follow the Code of Ethics and the Mission Statement of the Ann Davis Transition Society.
- Closing Date