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In-Home Mental Health Therapist

Caring Counselors, Inc. is searching for individuals who have a passion for working with children and their families in their homes and in the community. Caring Counselors is accepting applications for the position of In-Home Mental Health Therapist. We are hiring full-time staff with benefits and part-time positions with scheduling flexibility.

Your role as an In-Home Mental Health Therapist will be to provide psychotherapy to individuals between the ages of 2 - 21 utilizing various evidence-based treatment modalities. In addition, the In-Home Mental Health Therapist will provide the youth and their families with an array of interventions such as psycho-education, negotiation and conflict resolution skill training, effective coping skills development, healthy limit-setting, emotional regulation skills, stress management, self-care, problem-solving skills, and skill-building that enhances self-fulfillment.

 

Applicants must possess either of the following licenses for the State of New Jersey: LCSW, LSW, LPC, LAC, LMFT, LAMFT, APN, or Licensed Psychologist. (Only these New Jersey licenses will be considered for the position of In-Home Mental Health Therapist).

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Behavioral Assistant

The Behavioral Assistant Position is fee for service - meaning you would have an hourly rate, which would be established with the Program Coordinator, if after an interview, you are determined to be a good fit for Caring Counselors.

 

This position services children from age 2-21, which generally means hours of work occur in the early afternoon-evening and weekends (kids are generally in school).

 

Please see below for an in-depth description of the position.  If you are interested after reviewing this information, let me know so we can schedule a virtual interview.

Role of the Behavioral Assistant

Your role as a BA is to provide one-on-one skill building interventions to children with challenges in areas of interpersonal relationships, social interaction, behavioral conduct, and communication skills.  BA’s work with children and their families to further develop adaptive, effective coping skills and work toward educational and vocational goals.  The BA’s work is focused on skill building activities that follow the goals of the Behavioral Assistant Individual Service Plan (BAISP).  The BA is not responsible for processing therapeutic issues, but rather on identifying and practicing specific skills to meet BAISP goals. 

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