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Mental Health Clinician, Juneau, AK

Organization: Catholic Community Service, Inc
Category: Behavioral Health Professional
Location: Juneau, AK
Date Job Posted: January 13, 2021
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Catholic Community Service (CCS) is a regional, non-profit organization providing services to individuals and families throughout Southeast Alaska. The S.A.F.E. Child Advocacy Center is designed to be a safe, culturally sensitive, child-friendly environment where children and non-offending parents are interviewed and receive services in cases of sexual and physical abuse.

Our S.A.F.E Child Advocacy Center is looking for a Mental Health Clinician to provide trauma-focused, evidence-supported mental health clinical services to children. The right candidate will want to make a difference in the lives SE Alaska Children by working collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team.

Our Mental Health Clinician provides trauma-focused, evidence-supported mental health clinical services to children through individual therapy session and/or support group work. They will also provide crisis intervention to child victims and their no-offending caregivers. Our Clinician will interview, assess and identify mental health or other concerns using approved assessment instructions, social history, and consultation with community partners. The right candidate must be comfortable working in a collaborative environment and must be comfortable with providing court testimony.

Education, Experience, Certifications

  • A Master's degree in counseling, social work, psychology or related social science field required.
  • Licensed/certified mental health professional (LPC, LCSW, etc.) preferred License-eligible in a related mental health field considered. Must be able to provide Alaska License by start date.
  • Must be able to demonstrate completion of or the ability to complete 40 hour of CEUs in accordance with mental health related educational requirements, including CEUs from specific evidence-based treatment for trauma training (CCS will provide training if needed), and clinical supervision hours by a licensed clinical supervisor.
  • A minimum of one-year experience within the mental health field preferred.

To Apply

Please complete a CCS Job Application (found at and submit with a resume and cover letter to or by fax at 888-637-2983. For more information please contact Joy Will at 907-463-6158.

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