Domestic Violence Services Clinician (Fitchburg Office) - Represent LUK, its mission and vision to the general public and professional groups and individuals. Main function is to provide individual and group counseling to children who have witnessed and/or been exposed to domestic violence in the home. Responsibilities would include interface with area children’s agencies and schools to maintain effective collaborations, perform diagnostic evaluations maintain caseload, collaborate with clients as a member of the treatment team and provide supportive services to all survivors of domestic violence.
Qualifications would include: Master’s Degree in mental health, psychology, social work, or family therapy required. Clinical experience using evidence based trauma models is recommended. Knowledge of domestic violence and/or family violence and related issues such as substance abuse and mental health, crisis intervention, individual and group counseling, community development, and education.
Our diverse workforce has talented professionals like you at every career level— from recent college grads to seasoned professionals. We have opportunities for you to do meaningful work with kids and families in a variety of settings. We are committed to providing excellent clinical care, supervision, and training opportunities for staff to ensure we deliver the highest quality and most effective treatment to the youth we serve. We offer a competitive benefits package, strong training program with free CEU’S, solid supervision, and opportunities for advancement. Full time and hourly positions available for both Master and Bachelor level candidates Worcester, Southern Worcester County and Northern Worcester County.
We are committed to hiring a workforce that accurately reflects the diversity of our society. Applicants who bring the strength of diversity are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE.