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    MacKillop Family Services Hybrid (South Melbourne VIC, Australia)
    AU $118K Salary (dependent on qualifications and experience) Up to $18,500 in Salary Packaging entitlements (helps increase your take home pay) Fully maintained company vehicle  Are you passionate about building therapists’ skills and helping change the lives of families and children in the community? MacKillop Family Services is looking for a dedicated and courageous leader with strong mental health clinical training to supervise and lead a team of 4 therapists in implementing Multisystemic Therapy Psychiatric (MST-P) in the Bayside Peninsula and Southern Melbourne regions. Supervisory and leadership experience is preferred.  Responsibilities include clinical and administrative supervision for therapists on team, liaison with key collaborating agencies and with leadership inside the provider organization, ongoing training, staff development, and evaluation for therapists, and collaboration with MST expert consultants. With backup from other agency supervisory...

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    KVC Behavioral Health Systems Lexington, KY, USA
    MST is an intensive family and community-based treatment that addresses the multiple influences that contribute to serious antisocial or illegal behavior in youth aged 12 -17 years. The MST approach views individuals as being part of, and influenced by, a complex network of interconnected systems that encompass individual, family, and extrafamilial (peer, school, neighborhood) factors. In MST, this “ecology” of interconnected systems is viewed as the “client.” To achieve successful outcomes with these youth, interventions are generally necessary within and among a combination of these systems. The therapist is responsible for engagement (i.e., creating a productive, change-focused relationship) with the family and with other key participants in the youth’s ecology (e.g., teachers, school administrators, community members, workers from agencies with mandated involvement). Similarly, the therapist and provider agency are held accountable for achieving change and for positive case...

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    Wellmore Behavioral Health Waterbury, CT, USA
    Overview: The Therapist/Clinician utilizes an intensive home-based treatment approach for families with children ages 6-17 involved with the CT Department of Children and Families protective services due to neglect and physical abuse concerns where there is also a concern about the impact of parental substance abuse on the family. A central part of the model is empirically supported treatment focused on monitoring and treating parental substance abuse. The Therapist/Clinican provides multiple sessions per week with the family, 24-hour crisis support, extensive safety planning and monitoring, and case management services. The team works collaboratively with DCF, the courts, and other formal systems, building on the strengths of family members and increases the family’s connection to a variety of supports in the natural family environment. The Therapist/Clinician provides crisis intervention, counseling, skill-building, concrete services, and advocacy. Requirements &...

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    Bluebonnet Trails Community Services TX, USA
    The Intensive Family Therapy Program seeks to empower youths to reduce undesirable behaviors and achieve goals such as staying in school or maintaining employment. At the heart of this program is a multi-disciplinary team of four highly skilled Intensive Family Therapists that are trained in providing Multi-Systemic Therapy to youth and families. This team of therapists works closely together to help youth and families achieve recovery goals based on the strengths and needs of each family. Candidates who will thrive in the Intensive Family Therapist position are those who: Are team-oriented – you will work closely with your team during group supervision, learning from each other’s successes and challenges! Enjoy connecting with a small caseload of up to 5 youth and families – you get to connect deeply with each family and do not have to stress about expanding your clientele! Have a flexible schedule to accommodate on-call rotation with some weekends expected. Are...