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Norfolk, VA, USA

Job Type

Part - Time


Job Description 

Intensive In-Home Counseling encompasses intensive individual and family counseling,

life skills activities, crisis intervention, behavior management and case management. Intensive In-Home Counselors tailor their services according to the Intensive Service Plan (ISP), which addresses each child and his/her individual family needs.

Knowledge, skills, and abilities:

Knowledge of principles and techniques of youth and family counseling; knowledge of principles and techniques of basic interviewing and assessment skills; working knowledge of human services system, roles of human services personnel, and relevant community resources; ability to maintain effective working relationships with other social services providers, service purchasers, and clients; ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Duties and other responsibilities will be discussed during interview.

Education and Credentials:

Must meet requirements for credential Quality Mental Health Professional- Child (QMHP-C), as established by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a human services field with at least one year of experience in a human services organization. Providers MUST meet all state requirements regarding criminal record history and must possess a valid Virginia Driver’s license and a good driving record. Providers must be willing to participate in all required trainings

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