Clinical Family Advocate
Provides crisis counseling and intervention to children interviewed at the Center and their non-offending family members; conducts assessments of children and families’ needs to ensure appropriate treatment of post-traumatic symptoms; works collaboratively with caregivers and their social systems to process the development of a case; provides ongoing emotional support to restore and enhance psychosocial functioning; ensures understanding of investigative process and the dynamics of sexual abuse; maintains case tracking documentation. Provides therapeutic services to children.
Minimum acceptable qualifications include:
- LMSW, LCSW, LPC, LPC-A, LMFT
- Bilingual preferred
The Clinical Family Advocate reports to the CAC Program Director.
Interested individuals should send a cover letter and resume to Fiona Remko at FRemko@cafb.org.