Intensive Treatment for Foster Care Clinician/Clinical Trainee:
Counseling Services of Southern Minnesota seeks clinicians/clinical trainees interested in providing community based Intensive Treatment for children in foster care. Services includes four components: trauma therapy using TF-CBT or CPP treatment models, psycho education to client and caregivers, Crisis Response, and clinical care coordination with service partners. Clinical caseload for ITFC will be 2 clients. Each client will receive 3 sessions per week (6 hours) with each client family. The clinician/clinical trainee will also provide one day of Outpatient therapy per week (4 clients), obtain supervision, and attend consultations. The billable target expectation is 16 hours per week for this position. Trauma training will be made available to clinicians/clinical trainees. CSSM will provide Clinical Supervision by a nationally rostered TF-CBT or CPP supervisor. Licensed clinicians/clinical trainees with a passion for community based trauma care to children and caregivers are encouraged to apply.
Licensed or license eligible Mental Health Professional specializing in Infant Early Childhood:
Counseling Services of Southern Minnesota seeks a Licensed Mental Health Professional or license eligible (LPCC, LMFT, LICSW) trainee who has a passion for working with children ages 0-5 and their caregivers. Qualified applicants must possess a willingness to learn and apply research-based practices and work well in a team-oriented environment. The position is primarily clinic based but may require one day per week providing services in a local community location. Training in DC 0-3 and ECSII is preferred. Competitive salary with benefits is available. Bilingual and diverse applicants are encouraged to apply.
Licensed or license eligible Mental Health Professional in School Linked Programming:
Counseling Services Of Southern Minnesota seeks a Licensed Mental Health Professional or license eligible (LPCC, LMFT, LICSW) trainee to join our School Linked program. This position will require 1-3 days of providing therapy in a local school setting and the other days providing therapy in our mental health clinic located in St. Peter. Qualified applicants must possess a willingness to work in a team-oriented environment. Competitive salary with benefits is available. Bilingual and diverse applicants are encouraged to apply.
Mental Health Practitioners:
Mental health practitioners providing services for the treatment of mental illness, who are not eligible for enrollment, must be under clinical supervision of a mental health professional and must be qualified in at least one of the following five ways:
- 1. Holds a bachelor’s degree in a behavioral science or a related field, from an accredited college or university and meets either a or b:
- a. Has at least 2,000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of mental health services to recipients with mental illness
- b. Is fluent in a non-English language of a cultural group to which at least 50% of the practitioners recipients belong, completes 40 hours of training in the delivery of services to recipients with mental illness, and receives clinical supervision from a mental health professional at least once a week until the requirements of 2,000 hours of supervised experience are met
- 2. Has at least 6,000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of mental health services to recipients with mental illness. Hours worked as a mental health behavioral aide I or II under Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports(CTSS) may be included in the 6,000 hours of experience for child recipients.
- 3. Is a graduate student in one of the mental health professional disciplines and an accredited college or university formally assigns the student to an agency or facility for clinical training
- 4. Holds a masters or other graduate degree in one of the mental health professional disciplines from an accredited college or university.
- 5. Is a tribally certified mental health practitioner who is serving a federally recognized Indian tribe
In addition to the above criteria:
- A mental health practitioner for a child recipient must have training working with children.
- A mental health practitioner for an adult recipient must have training working with adults.
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**Please email your cover letter, resume, and completed application to Natalee Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to: Counseling Services of Southern Minnesota, Attn: Natalee Anderson, 1306 Marshall Street, St. Peter, MN 56082.
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