Title: Community Therapist Location: Brooklyn; Upper East Side Work Days: Monday-Friday
Position Summary This therapist provides mental health services as part of a contract from the NYC Department for the Aging. The contract will provide therapy to older adult victims of abuse as part of an innovative program (PROTECT) and in-home psychotherapy to case management clients.
The candidate should be able to work full time in the community (P/T opportunities available) and travel between appointments.
Ideal candidates must be fluent in Spanish or Cantonese and interested in delivering psychotherapy to older adults in community-based or in-home settings throughout New York City.
Training in evidenced base therapies and supervision is provided, as well as required weekly virtual meetings.
Conducts comprehensive clinical assessments; short-term individual and family counseling; and crisis intervention where indicated. Provides longer-term treatment when necessary.
Maintains communication with referring community staff.
Provides feedback to client and makes referrals to community based services.
Attends and participates in community meetings as needed.
Implements therapeutic interventions and develops treatment plans, goals and objectives based on initial and ongoing assessments.
Documents services in an electronic medical record and related systems as applicable.
If applicable, provides clinical diagnostic evaluation and DSM-V codes.
Education Master's Degree in related field
Experience with community activities or outreach.
Minimum of one-year experience providing psychotherapy.
Ability to speak fluent Spanish or Cantonese.
Prior experience with an aging population is preferred.
Ability to build supportive and respectful relationships with older adults.
Possesses an understanding of and practices cultural sensitivity through open dialogue and self- exploration with diverse groups, while providing direct services.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Ability to work independently and collaborate with a variety of professionals.
Excellent listening skills and ability to empathize.
Advanced time management and organizational skills.
Strong verbal & written communications and interpersonal skills.
Licenses and Certifications NYS Licensure
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