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Our Client, a large provider of community services in the Pilbara is currently seeking  a Therapist with expertise with Youth and Family as well as AOD services.You will provide in-home and community-based clinical services to your caseload of youth, serious and repeat young people offenders and their families.Provide directed behavioral therapy targeting anti-social behaviors and lifestylesUtilise an eclectic therapeutic approach in delivering interventions, based on  the individual needs of the client.Ensure all assessments are comprehensive and multisytemicRequired Qualifications and Experience:Masters qualification in Psychology or Social Work or equivalent.Counseling experience in working with children and families in a therapeutic setting and group work experience with children or adults.Able to work collaboratively and negotiate with internal and external stakeholders including, department for communities and other agencies and the community.Skills in engaging clients from Aboriginal and Indigenous cultural backgrounds, marginalised young people and the justice system.Basic computer skillsCurrent Drivers licence.BenefitsPermanent, full time roleFlexible working hours, Salary sacrifice packaging up to $15,900Team based treatment environment with intensive collaboration and clinical supervision and consultation.Unique culture promoting diversity and shared valuesCollaborative and cohesive working culture. Australia - WA Port Hedland & Pilbara

Youth and Family Therapist

Our Client, a large provider of community services in the Pilbara is currently seeking  a Therapist with expertise with Youth and Family as well as AOD services.

  • You will provide in-home and community-based clinical services to your caseload of youth, serious and repeat young people offenders and their families.
  • Provide directed behavioral therapy targeting anti-social behaviors and lifestyles
  • Utilise an eclectic therapeutic approach in delivering interventions, based on  the individual needs of the client.
  • Ensure all assessments are comprehensive and multisytemic

Required Qualifications and Experience:

  • Masters qualification in Psychology or Social Work or equivalent.
  • Counseling experience in working with children and families in a therapeutic setting and group work experience with children or adults.
  • Able to work collaboratively and negotiate with internal and external stakeholders including, department for communities and other agencies and the community.
  • Skills in engaging clients from Aboriginal and Indigenous cultural backgrounds, marginalised young people and the justice system.
  • Basic computer skills
  • Current Drivers licence.

Benefits

  • Permanent, full time role
  • Flexible working hours, Salary sacrifice packaging up to $15,900
  • Team based treatment environment with intensive collaboration and clinical supervision and consultation.
  • Unique culture promoting diversity and shared values
  • Collaborative and cohesive working culture.