Provide crisis intervention and immediate therapy services at the time of Forensic Interviews as needed; for all cases including FBI referrals and out- of -state courtesy cases.
Provide children and their non-offending family members with specialized evidence-based and trauma-focused treatment services (TF-CBT & PCIT) on site, throughout their treatment.
Provide crisis intervention as needed or requested, on a 24/7 basis.
Meet with the child’s non-offending family members monthly to review the child’s progress and discuss concerns and/or updates.
Participate in monthly MDIT meetings and provide insight to team members regarding developmental and emotional issues the child may be facing. Also speak about the dynamics and impact of abuse as well as family dynamics regarding cases.
Attend state, regional and national trainings, seminars, workshops related to trauma therapy and family related issues.
Keep an up-to-date record of therapeutic service notes and consent forms for each client.
Submit billing paperwork to the CAC billing liaison, who then will bill Victims Compensation Assistance Program (VCAP/PCCD) and primary insurances and follow-up to verify payment.
Meet with a Licensed Social Worker on a regular basis for supervision as per NCA accreditation standards.
Masters’ in Psychology, Counseling, or related field; license preferred, bilingual a plus.
Pediatric experience and child abuse expertise preferred.