Behavioral Health Clinician

The Jewish Board
Brooklyn Brownsville Child Development Center

The Behavioral Health Clinician is responsible for supplying necessary clinical intervention within the realm of the program.

RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:

• Short and long-term clinical treatment with young children (ages 0-8) and their families, including individual, dyadic/family and group therapy.

• Maintaining accurate and up-to-date case records, e.g. progress notes, assessments and treatment plans, statistics, and other documentation as required by JBFCS and other governmental licensing and funding entities.

• Support to families, including case coordination and navigation of various city systems, including but not limited to The Committee on Preschool Special Education.

• Crisis intervention when indicated as part of the treatment.

• Attend required meetings and training.

• Participate as a member of the treatment team.

• Other duties, as assigned.


• LMSW, LMHC, LCAT or Limited Permit/Licensed Psychologist.

• Experience working with children and families is required; experience working with young children and families is preferred.

• Fluency in Spanish is strongly preferred.

• Knowledge of or experience working with Early Intervention, Committee on Preschool Special Education, Foster Care, ACS, preventive services and other systems/programs that serve young children and families is preferred.

Clinical Therapist

ProMedica -> ProMedica Toledo Children's Hospital (TCH) -> Toledo Children's Hospital -> Cullen Center
Toledo, OH

ProMedica's Mission is to improve your health and well-being. And we at ProMedica Toledo Children's Hospital take that pledge very seriously. We are a 151-bed facility that caters to the hospitalization needs of children and adolescents. In fact, we are the region's only hospital exclusively for children accredited by the Joint Commission. We offer a 60-bed newborn intensive care unit that has individual patient rooms designed to mimic the sheltered environment of a mother's womb. We also care for pediatric cancer patients in our state-of-the-art - yet fun and whimsical - Debbie Brass Children's Cancer Center. In addition, for 15 consecutive years, residents of Greater Toledo have named us the Consumer Choice Award winner in our market. In fact, we’re the only hospital in northwest Ohio to receive this honor.

The Cullen Center provides outpatient, evidence based, trauma-informed therapy to children and families who have experienced abuse, loss, and other traumas. The Cullen Center serves children from infants to young adults.

Position Summary:

The Cullen Center, Clinical Therapist will provide psychotherapeutic interventions for children and their families who have experienced traumatic events.

Skills and Knowledge Required: 
  • Requires a minimum of a master’s degree in social work or counseling
  • Independent licensure as either a social worker or professional counselor within the State of Ohio. Requires at least two years of previous experience as a clinician working with children and families.    Needs strong organizational, computer and communications skills.
  • Needs a strong ability to engage coworkers, program clients and partners in positive working relationships.
  • Must keep client information confidential as required by HIPAA and other research related requirements.

Adrienne Elhai, Ph.D.
Director, The Cullen Center
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
The Cullen Center
ProMedica Toledo Children's Hospital
2150 West Central Avenue, 2nd Floor
Toledo, Ohio 43606
PH: 419-291-7919

Clinical Track Faculty

University of Michigan

Position Overview

The Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan is seeking a full-time clinical track faculty member with expertise in infant, toddler and early childhood mental health (i.e., up to child age 5). The successful candidate will have substantial expertise in this developmental period, as well as in evidence-based assessment and treatment for vulnerable families with young children. The applicant will be an active participant in the expansion of our child psychiatry specialty clinic and services (Infant and Early Childhood Clinic/IECC), including opportunities to be involved in both research and community-based service projects including integrated care activities. The successful candidate will have training and expertise in relationship-focused dyadic assessment and intervention. The candidate will join a dynamic group of faculty who hold significant expertise and interest in research and clinical work focused on infant and early childhood mental health, early intervention, intergenerational transmission of risk, and interventions for families with young children who have experienced trauma and adversity. This position will report through the Women and Infant Mental Health Program Directors in Ambulatory Psychiatry.

Educational Activities

The successful candidate will serve as on-site/directly available outpatient supervisor and preceptor for psychiatry house staff, medical students, and/or psychology postdoctoral fellows, and provide didactic lectures for primary care and specialty care colleagues, medical students, general psychiatry residents, child psychiatry fellows, and a broad range of health professionals and trainees (i.e; social work, psychology, pharmacy, nursing, etc.). There will be opportunities to teach in core curriculum, medical student teaching, and journal club. The successful candidate will be involved in Resident recruitment and interviewing process.


The successful candidate will be expected to attend Faculty Meetings within the Department of Psychiatry, at minimum this will include All-Staff, discipline-specific team meetings, and/or other administrative meetings deemed necessary by their reporting supervisor. In addition to timely attention to pertinent administrative work (e.g., electronic medical record and in-basket monitoring, phone calls, letters, records, e-mails, etc.), the new faculty member will participate in all relevant quality improvement initiatives and activities.

Required Qualifications

Applicants must hold MD and/or PhD or equivalent and is required. Possession of a current license to practice medicine or clinical psychology in the State of Michigan is necessary. Applicant must be board certified or board eligible in Psychiatry or Psychology. Superior clinical competencies and master teacher skills are necessary and be an active member in good standing of the University of Michigan Medical Staff.


Please send curriculum vitae and letter of interest to: Katherine Rosenblum, Ph.D. and Maria Muzik, M.D., Search Committee Chairs, 4250 Plymouth Rd.Rachel Upjohn Building – Rm 2736, Ann Arbor, MI 48109 or through email to


Alaska Child Trauma Center program

Full-time position working with children and their families in outpatient therapeutic preschool program as a core member of the Little Tykes Team. The Clinician will provide the following clinical services: screening, diagnostic interviews/intake assessments, development of treatment plans & evaluation of progress towards treatment goals & objectives, family therapy, individual therapy, parent training, crisis intervention, primary responsibility for overseeing Little Tykes cases (in collaboration w/treatment team), maintenance of individual case records, and rehabilitative services as needed (functional assessments, skill building, and case management). Requires a Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work or a related field. One to three years of related experience is preferred. Computer skills required. Must have personal transportation with AK insurance & clean driving record. Excellent salary plus benefits. Position is open until filled. ACMHS application & current driving record is mandatory. Online application available at Reference Job #17-32. ACMHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Clinician – Child Trauma Center

Alaska Child Trauma Center program

Full-time position working as a Clinician for the Alaska Child Trauma Center program. Clinician will provide therapy services to two populations, children who have experienced complex trauma and children of military families. Requires Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work or a related field. One to three years of related experience is preferred. Experience with child trauma and/or experience with military families is preferred. Computer skills required. Personal vehicle with proof of insurance & clean driving record mandatory. Excellent salary and benefits. Clinical supervision for professional licensure is available. Position is open until filled. ACMHS application & current driving record required. Online application available at Reference Job #16-62&63. ACMHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Alaska Child Trauma Center program

Full-time position working with children and their families as a Clinician for the Alaska Child Trauma Center program. The Clinician will be located at the AWAIC shelter providing brief, supportive counseling and parent coaching to children and families. Requires Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work or a related field. One to three years of related experience is preferred. Computer skills required. Personal vehicle with proof of insurance & clean driving record mandatory. Excellent salary and benefits. Position is open until filled. ACMHS application & current driving record required. Must apply online to be considered. Application available at . Reference Job #16-50. ACMHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Licensed Mental Health Clinician

Organization: Children’s Bureau of New Orleans and Jefferson Children’s Advocacy Center
New Orleans, LA

Children’s Bureau of New Orleans, in partnership with the Jefferson Children’s Advocacy Center (JCAC), is currently seeking a licensed clinical professional (LCSW, LPC, or LMFT) to provide trauma-focused, mental health services to child victims of physical and sexual abuse and child witnesses to violent crimes. Duties for this position include, but are not limited to: providing weekly individual counseling sessions to a caseload of child abuse victims/witnesses ages 4-17; providing parenting support, resources and psychoeducation to non-offending parents/caregivers about common reactions of trauma in children; conducting home and school visits as necessary; being an active participant in the Jefferson Parish Multidisciplinary Team (MDT); as well as, attending bi-weekly team meetings in order to help better coordinate services for child abuse victims.

  • Experience providing community- based services
  • Experience with the criminal justice/court system
  • Working knowledge of child development and effects of trauma
Skills and Knowledge Required: 
  • Ability to clinically conceptualize a variety of cases including complex trauma, challenging behaviors issues, attachment problems, and other issues associated with victims of child abuse and their families.
  • bility to work with a diverse population of clients using an evidence-based, trauma-focused clinical approach.
  • Ability to intervene with clients and their families in distress or in need of extra support/crisis response.
  • Ability to help clients navigate different systems involved throughout the process of child abuse investigation and prosecution, including the forensic medical exam, criminal justice system and DCFS (child protection).
  • Ability to serve as a clinical consultant to the MDT on issues relevant to child trauma and evidence-based treatment, as well as support the MDT in the monitoring of treatment progress and outcomes.
  • Flexibility to occasionally work with families and community members outside of regular business hours.
  • Ability to organize and manage time independently.
  • Must possess strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must have reliable transportation.

Interested applicants should send their resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Please include: Licensed Mental Health Clinician- JCAC in the subject line.

Bilingual Project Clinician/Therapist

Silver School of Social Work, New York University (NYU)
New York, NY

The Safe Mothers, Safe Children (SMSC) Project is an exciting collaboration between ACS and Silver School of Social Work, NYU. The initiative aims to improve the identification, case management, and treatment of mothers with trauma-related disorders who are raising young children, and receiving child welfare preventive services to reduce the risk of repeat maltreatment and to improve positive parenting.

We are currently recruiting for a full-time bilingual project clinician to deliver an evidence-based mental health treatment for mothers in preventive services with histories of trauma/PTSD. Responsibilities for this position will include, but not be limited to:

  • Assess new referrals to the project
  • Deliver manualized mental health intervention in child welfare settings
  • Coordinate intervention delivery with agency staff and clients
  • Maintain fidelity to the intervention guidelines and ensure client engagement
  • Maintain session notes, project assessments and coordinate with project coordinator regarding data requirements
  • Comply with current IRB regulatory requirements and procedures, including continuing education on ethics and conduct of research, consenting and assenting clients according to IRB standard guidelines and maintaining regulatory binder.
  • Provide technical assistance and training to staff from contract agencies;
  • Assist with project management and organization;
  • Assist with database management and data analysis; and
  • Assist with papers and presentations.
  • Participate in staff meetings and case discussions


Skills and Knowledge Required: 
  • LMSW, LCSW, PhD, or PsyD licensed or license eligible in the state of New York
  • Clinical supervision will be provided.
  • 3 years of experience providing evidence based clinical interventions
  • Bilingual (English-Spanish) a must
  • Experience with research, project management, and collection of research assessments is a plus
  • Knowledge of evidence-based trauma interventions and child welfare
  • Flexibility around work hours is preferred; willingness to travel to the agency sites.
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and team work skills



Opportunities exist for clinical and outcomes research, clinical supervision. Training on trauma based interventions will be provided. Salary is commensurate with experience. For consideration, please send a resume and any relevant materials to Geetanjali Chugh at and Sasha Stok at


Baystate Health is seeking a Full-time Behavioral Health Clinician

Baystate Health
Springfield, MA

The Family Advocacy Center is an accredited Children's Advocacy Center, which is a child-focused, community oriented, facility-based program in which representatives from many disciplines meet to discuss and make decisions about investigation, treatment and prosecution of child abuse cases. Additionally, The Family Advocacy Center is a recipient of a SAMHSA grant emphasizing Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), an evidence-based trauma-informed treatment.  As the Baystate Behavioral Health Therapist you are a member of a multidisciplinary team of clinicians who provide trauma-informed assessments, as well as, individual and group therapy to children, adolescents and their families who have been impacted by trauma (victims of sexual abuse, physical abuse, exposure to domestic violence and other traumas).
We also provide individual and group therapy to children/adolescents/adults impacted by traumatic grief.

Additional responsibilities will include:
•    Under the direction of the Medical Director and Clinical Supervisor, the Behavioral Health Clinician performs a wide variety of duties involving patient evaluation, case management, treatment, discharge planning and documentation.
•    Provides trauma-informed assessments of children who have experienced maltreatment.  The assessments are comprehensive, age-specific and include a social, psychological, cultural, spiritual, environmental and financial assessment necessary to inform proper therapeutic care.
•    Ability to formulate trauma-informed treatment goals/plans with the client and refer to other disciplines as needed. Supports patients' rights by treating the individual needs in the framework of their specific psychosocial, spiritual, developmental and cultural variables
•    Provides therapeutic services to patients and families.  Utilizes evidence-based trauma-informed therapies to help patients and their families deal with their trauma history more effectively.  Demonstrates strong clinical skills.
•    Demonstrates skill of collaboration, advocacy and linkage as they relate to patient care.  Provides patients and families with information on community resources and appropriately refers patients/families to identified resources.  Participates in patient and family educational efforts.
•    Maintains all appropriate records and follow the department documentation policy.
•    Adheres to Departmental policies and procedures.  Meets productivity standards.  Contributes to Performance Improvement activities when indicated to improve areas within clinical practice, or systems issues effecting delivery of service.
•    Contributes to development of programs within the Family Advocacy Center, the Departments of Behavioral Health and Pediatrics, as well as our community partners.

What You Need To Know:
Full-time / 36 hours
Location: 50 Maple Street, 3rd fl Springfield, MA
Baystate Behavioral Health Family Advocacy Center
Baystate Behavioral Health Family Advocacy Center offers comprehensive psychiatric and psychological services for children, adolescents, and their families facing acute and chronic medical conditions. This is a service of Baystate Medical Center.



•    Master's Degree in Social Work or other related field
•    LICSW or LMHC are required
•    Experience working with children and families in a therapeutic is preferred
•    Bilingual / Bicultural is preferred

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