This is a Fulltime position.
Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or related subject area. Persons with a related bachelor’s degree and significant clinical experience in treating serious antisocial behavior in youth may also qualify at the discretion of the agency.
Direct use of pragmatic (i.e. structural, strategic, and functional) family therapies. Individual therapy with children and adults using cognitive behavioral techniques. Marital therapy using behaviorally-based approaches. Behavioral therapy targeting school behavior and academic performance. Implementation of interventions within or between systems in the youth’s natural ecology that affect or influence the behavior of youth (i.e. family, peers, school, and neighborhood).
Family systems theory and application. Social ecological theory and application. Behavioral therapies theory and application. Pragmatic family therapies theory and application. Child development research and its application in treatment. Social skills assessment and intervention.
Conduct MST assessment including review of referral information, identifying and engaging key participants, identifying systemic strengths and weaknesses, and developing an analysis of the fit of problem behaviors within the ecological context. Engage primary caregivers and other key participants in active change-oriented treatment by identifying and overcoming barriers to engagement. Implement a problem conceptualization, treatment planning, intervention implementation, and outcome review and strategy revision procedure using the MST Analytic Process. Collaborate with all relevant systems and key participants within each system to ensure their buy-in and cooperation throughout MST treatment. Provide direct clinical treatment using methods compatible with MST principles and practices. Participate in all MST training, supervision, and consultation activities.
Shekinah Thomas; Fax: 919-587-0007 or firstname.lastname@example.org