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- Counsellor - Stopping the Violence Program
- Agency / Organization
- Family Services of the North Shore
- Contact name
- Kathleen Whyte
- Senior Manager of Human Resources
- 203-1111 Lonsdale Avenue
- North Vancouver
- British Columbia
- Postal Code
- V7M 2H4
- The Agency:
Family Services of the North Shore is an accredited not-for-profit community-based agency committed to making a lasting and deep impact in our community through counselling, support, education and volunteer programs.
As a valued member of the staff, you will have the opportunity to work for an organization that respects its employees, values work / life balance and provides a workplace where interactions are carried out in a spirit of collaboration, cooperation and communication
The Stopping the Violence program delivers counselling to women who have experienced intimate partner violence, sexual abuse and / or childhood abuse as well as trafficked women.
This is a part-time .8 FTE (28 hours per week) position beginning as soon as possible.
You will work in our Stopping the Violence program providing individual and possibly group counselling to women survivors of childhood abuse, women who have experienced sexual assault and women who have experienced violence in their relationships and / or other trauma.
In order to accommodate the schedules of clients, evening and Saturday hours are required.
The ideal candidate will have:
• A minimum of three years of experience counselling individual female clients who have experienced domestic violence.
• A clinical framework that includes working from a trauma informed and feminist model of practice and a clear understanding of equity and inclusion and how that is reflected in the therapeutic relationship.
• Solid file documentation practices.
• Experience facilitating therapeutic groups is an asset.
• Language proficiency in Farsi, Korean, Mandarin or Cantonese is an asset as is experience working with First Nations women.
• Master’s Degree in counselling psychology, social work or a related field.
• Current RCC, AAMFT, CCC, or RSW registration or be in the process of attaining registration.
• Specialized training in trauma work or EMDR is an asset.
Family Services of the North Shore is committed to creating a diverse workforce. Persons of diverse cultures and backgrounds are encouraged to apply, and if you so choose, to identify yourself as such.
- Closing Date