||Wraparound VOCA Clinician
Victims of Crime Act - Holyoke
The Child Sexual Abuse Treatment and Recovery Program provides specialized sexual abuse treatment, support, and case management to child and adolescent victims and their non-abusing family members as well case consultation to community agencies and providers
about treatment options, recommendations, and resources. Support groups and workshops are available for non-offending caregivers as well as child and adolescent victims. Funded by the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance (MOVA), the program works closely with
the Department of Children and Families, Children Advocacy Centers, law enforcement, pediatricians and other agencies that are involved when a child or adolescent experiences child sexual abuse.
Eliot is currently seeking a Clinician to work in our
- Provide services to youth survivors and families that meet criteria as outlined by contract specification.
- Conduct screenings and comprehensive assessments to determine eligibility for services and treatment track.
- Develop strength-based and individualized treatment plans with measurable goals and clear timelines.
- Support youth survivors and their families with referrals to appropriate services and Victim’s Compensation.
- Provide specialized individual, group, and family psycho-education support for youth and non-offending caregivers and family members.
- Be flexible with work schedule and location of service provision to accommodate the needs of families.
- Maintain caseload as dictated by contract
Schedule: Monday - Friday
Master’s Degree in Psychology, Counseling or Clinical Social Work from an accredited program or independently licensed as a LMHC, LICSW, LMFT, licensed psychologist. Prior experience providing treatment to youth and families who have experienced trauma
and victimization. Knowledge of evidence-based treatment and treatment standards, familiarity with the role of DCF, courts, medical professionals, District Attorney's, victim advocates and the Child Advocacy Center as well as best practices in the coordination
of services for youth and their families. Excellent organizational and writing skills. Computer literacy and skill in the use of computers and related software applications. Ability to consistently meet all necessary background and credentialing requirements.
Must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation to and from work and for providing services in the community. Must be proficient in English and possess and convey effective verbal and written communication skills.