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Careers

Youth Workshop Facilitator

The Youth workshop facilitator is responsible for recruiting and engaging American Indian and Alaska Native youth to participate in a prevention program called Motivational Interviewing and Culture for Native American Youth, (MICUNAY), through the Elevate Youth CA virtually. The facilitator will receive instruction on the curriculum, provide the curriculum through virtual workshops to youth ages 14-17 and ages 18-25. The facilitator will provide mentoring and peer support.

Qualifications

  • Recruiting for 18-26 year old age (funding req.)

  • Remote/Must be located in California

  • No experience needed, will receive training

Salary: $20 per hour

Location: Remote

Part-Time 8-10 hours week


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At this moment, we have one therapist position available. Licensed and unlicensed therapists are eligible to apply.

Outpatient Therapist – Licensed

Job Summary

The Outpatient Therapist is a mental health professional responsible for coordinating and providing therapeutic services to Indigenous individuals, couples, families and/or groups. Their primary role involves assessing, diagnosing, and providing counseling/therapy to eligible clients (children, youth, and adults) dealing with various mental health issues, emotional struggles, behavioral problems, or relationship difficulties. The therapist and the client(s) identify the needs and coordinate therapeutic sessions. The outpatient therapist is part of a multidisciplinary treatment team providing services both via telehealth and in person (in the field and/or in the office).

Qualifications

  • MA-Clinical Psychology, MSW or Ph.D./Psy.D. in Psychology from an accredited graduate program.

  • Active California license (e.g., Licensed Psychologist, LMFT, LCSW)

  • Minimum two years clinical experience with children and families.

  • Minimum one year of clinical experience working with families experiencing multiple challenges (e.g., poverty, unemployment, homelessness, DCFS involvement).

  • Demonstrated experience providing home and community-based counseling services.

Salary: $75,000 – $90,000/yr, DOQ/DOE

Location: Hybrid

Full-time

 

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OUTPATIENT THERAPIST – UNLICENSED

Job Summary

The Outpatient Therapist is a mental health professional responsible for coordinating and providing therapeutic services to Indigenous individuals, couples, families and/or groups. Their primary role involves assessing, diagnosing, and providing counseling/therapy to eligible clients (children, youth and adults) dealing with various mental health issues, emotional struggles, behavioral problems, or relationship difficulties. The therapist and the client(s) identify the needs and coordinate therapeutic sessions. The outpatient therapist is part of a multidisciplinary treatment team providing services both via telehealth and in person (in the field and/or in the office). Unlicensed therapists must work under the direction of a Licensed Clinical Supervisor.

Qualifications

  • MA in Clinical Psychology, MSW or Ph.D./Psy.D. in Psychology from an accredited graduate program.

  • Eligible for a California license (e.g., Licensed Psychologist, LMFT, LCSW)

  • Must abide by Sacred Path licensure policy: Post-doctoral level therapists must obtain their license within two years of hire and masters level therapists must obtain their license within three years of hire.

  • Minimum one year clinical experience with children and families.

  • Minimum one year of clinical experience working with families experiencing multiple challenges (e.g., poverty, unemployment, homelessness, DCFS involvement).

  • Demonstrated experience providing home and community-based counseling services.

Salary: $65,000 – $80,000/yr, DOQ/DOE

Location: Hybrid

Full-time