Job summary: The staff member’s primary duty includes providing diagnostic treatment planning and therapy for children and families, and family assessments in their home environment. Completion of all necessary paperwork and documentation is essential. Some non-traditional hours, afternoons and early evenings (4-5).
Education: Master’s degree in human services related field and licensed as a Qualified Mental Health Professional.
Experience: At least 1 year of therapy related role with children and families.
Skills & Knowledge: Familiar with variety of therapeutic techniques and theories to aid in the care and treatment of individual’s mental health such as behavior modifications for children, child development education, communication, decision-making skills, anger management, social skills, leisure, self-esteem and basic home budgeting.
GMFS has a competitive compensation and benefits package including health insurance, paid leave time, Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program, and much more.
GMFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.