PT/FT Mental Health Therapist to provide home- and community-based mental health interventions to client population of immigrants and refugees in the St. Louis area under our Care Access for New Americans/Survivors of Torture program. LPC/LCSW supervision available if needed. Clients will be foreign-born adults and families, and will work in coordination with an integrated treatment team as well as our agency’s children’s programming arm.
Flexible scheduling is available for this position if part-time; benefits if full-time. Hourly rate/annual salary will be sector commensurate with experience and degree/licensure.
- Master’s degree in one of the mental health disciplines from an accredited college or university.
- Minimally provisional licensure, active and in good standing with respective Licensing Board in Missouri. Must adhere to licensure ethics and regulations and meet all In-service training/education required to maintain licensure.
- Experience and knowledge of Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM V) categories representing the range of mental health disorders.
- Working knowledge and experience in providing therapeutic interventions and therapy approaches considered the best practice of treating trauma-related mental illnesses, including PTSD, Major Depression, Anxiety disorders, etc.
- Successful completion of criminal background check.
- Own means of transportation and a valid driver’s license (mileage is reimbursed). Candidates will not be required to transport clients.
- Ability to work in a diverse, fast-paced environment.
- Bilingual language skills and/or familiarity with working with interpreters is a plus.
- Prior work with non-US-born clients is preferred.
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