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What is in it for you at Children's Bureau:
Children's Bureau of Southern CA proudly is committed and supportive of complete pay transparency.
The position of IFCCS Therapist will pay $64,480 for unlicensed Therapists and $70,480 for licensed Therapists.
Differentials that apply:
Bilingual Spanish Speaking Differential: $5000 annually
Geographic Differential: $3000 annually
Intensive Program Differential: $3000 annually
Additionally, the lifespan compensation range of this position is:
Unlicensed Therapist: $64,480- $75,000
Licensed Therapist: $70,480- $80,000
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IFCCS is an integrated, intensive, community-based program, grounded in a philosophy of unconditional commitment to partner with clients and families to strengthen and empower relationships by fostering hope, wellness, and resiliency. The most important outcome of the IFCCS program is to promote the safety, permanence and well-being of children and Transitional Aged Youth (TAY) involved with the Child Welfare System. A multi-disciplinary treatment team provides an array of services firmly grounded in the Shared Core Practice Model. Services are intended to expedite access to ICC and IHBS.
This position is a hybrid role where the clinician is expected to provide 60% of mental health services in person (3 days a week). Under the direct supervision and leadership of the Program Supervisor the IFCCS Mental Health Therapist is responsible for the clinical assessment and treatment delivery including individual/family therapy, collateral work with caregivers/informal supports, ongoing assessment of acuity and other clinical needs. The IFCCS Mental Health Therapist leads the internal team in terms of working to identify underlying emotional needs driving problematic symptoms. By providing ongoing assessment and feedback to the client, family and IFCCS team, the therapist assists the Clinical Care Coordinator and Rehabilitation Specialist in identifying interventions, setting benchmarks, and responding to crises and urgent mental health needs. The IFCCS Mental Health Therapist collaborates with team members discussing the client and family's needs; as well as brainstorms various ways for the identified needs to be met. The IFCCS Mental Health Therapist operates from a strengths-based, family-centered, and community-based perspective
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