About the Role
As a Licensed Clinical Psychologist at Creating Families Together.org, you will play a critical role in supporting our mission of empowering young children and families and promoting their emotional well-being and health.
Your main responsibilities will include providing culturally-sensitive, specialized mental health intervention services to a diverse set of clients that predominantly include infants, young children, and families at risk or who have experienced trauma. Using your extensive clinical expertise, you will assess client needs, develop personalized treatment plans, and deliver effective therapeutic interventions.
Further, you will collaborate with our team of dedicated professionals to ensure that our services are consistently of the highest standard and that they effectively address our clients' unique needs. This may involve participating in case discussions, contributing to staff training, and providing supervision to clinical trainees.
Your work will be instrumental in fostering resilience and strength in our clients, helping them overcome adversities, and promoting emotional well-being, health, and family cohesion.
The ideal candidate for this role should hold a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, be licensed to practice in the state of California, and have significant experience working with our target population. A certification in relevant therapeutic approaches, like Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health, or Developmental Individual Relationship (DIR) Floortime, is highly desirable.
This role is not only about providing clinical services; it's about making a real difference in our community. If you're passionate about using your professional skills to transform lives, we'd love to hear from you.
As a Psychologist/Clinical Supervisor at Creating Families Together.org, your expertise will be instrumental in shaping our therapeutic approach and ensuring we deliver the highest quality of care to our clients. Your role will encompass direct clinical work with clients, supervision of clinical trainees, and strategic contributions to the development of our services.
In your therapeutic work, you will conduct assessments, formulate treatment plans, and provide evidence-based interventions to infants, young children, and families who are at risk or have experienced trauma. As a supervisor, you will mentor and guide our clinical trainees, providing feedback on their work and helping them grow as professionals.
In addition, you'll also contribute to the strategic planning and development of our services. Your insights, based on your clinical experience and understanding of our clients' needs, will inform our approach to service delivery and our ongoing efforts to improve and expand our offerings.
We're seeking licensed psychologists with substantial experience in clinical work and supervision, preferably within our area of focus. A commitment to culturally sensitive practice, excellent communication skills, and a passion for our mission are also crucial.
This role is an opportunity to make a tangible difference in the lives of our clients while mentoring the next generation of mental health professionals. If you're an experienced psychologist who's passionate about empowering individuals and families, we'd love to hear from you.
A doctorate in psychology is generally required, along with state licensure. Experience working with families and young children, especially those at risk or who have experienced trauma, is preferred. Any additional certifications, such as in infant-family mental health, would be beneficial.
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