Full job description
The Children’s Center for Hope & Healing (CCHH) is a non-profit organization located in Gainesville, Georgia. CCHH offers no-cost therapy to children, adolescents, and adults who are victims and survivors of sexual abuse and assault. Our services extend to thirteen counties in Northeast Georgia. Our mission at Children’s Center for Hope & Healing is to restore dignity, trust, and hope to individuals and families traumatized by child sexual abuse through accessible and effective therapy, advocacy, and education. At CCHH, we are dedicated to our clients and helping break the cycle of sexual abuse and exploitation.
CCHH has opened a position for a Bilingual Counselor. Please see the job description below. If interested, or for additional information, email Susan Sticha, Executive Director, [email on website], or call our office at 770-532-6530.
JOB DESCRIPTION | Bilingual Therapist
To provide quality, comprehensive therapeutic services to victims of child sexual abuse and their families through individual and family therapy and/or other treatment services and interventions as appropriate.
To work collaboratively with the Project Pathfinder and Women’s Services therapists to ensure a holistic approach to treatment.
To offer therapeutic services to child and adolescent survivors of sexual abuse and trauma while supporting the strategic initiatives of the Board of Directors as implemented by the Executive Director.
- To provide in-depth assessments of primary and secondary victims of child sexual abuse (children, adolescents, and adults)
- To deliver treatment in Spanish and English
- To develop treatment plans for families and individuals including specific goals and objectives
- To provide individual, group and family therapy
- To communicate regularly with other community partners and stakeholders about ongoing treatment and treatment needs and concerns as appropriate
- To keep case notes and client files current and complete
- To maintain confidentiality
- Additional duties as assigned by Clinical Director or Executive Director
Spanish language fluency
Clinical Master’s degree – licensed or eligible for state licensure – in a clinical specialty area, preferably in child sexual abuse or domestic violence.
Ability to demonstrate professional therapy skills and theoretical knowledge of individual and family dynamics.
Must maintain annual CEUs.
Must be current on Georgia mandatory reporting laws, HIPPA and other laws concerning client confidentiality, tele-mental health and privacy.
Criminal background investigation required employment contingent on successful background check.
Ability to handle stress-related issues, willingness to work flexible hours, skilled at working with and contributing to a team approach to treatment.
Skilled in case management involving multiple community agencies.
Therapist reports directly to the Clinical Director and ultimately, the Executive Director.
Job Types: Part-time, Full-time
- Paid time off
- Professional development assistance
- Spanish (Preferred)
Work Location: In person