This position will be located at Mt. Meigs, AL. and is a one-year limited term appointment. Continuation of employment will be contingent upon availability of funding.
Provides psychotherapy, both group and individual, to juveniles who have been adjudicated for sex offenses, as well as psycho education group and family therapy.
The mental health specialist provides clinical services to adolescents with illegal sexual behavior and their families through a residential program. The primary responsibilities of this individual are to complete initial treatment assessments of juvenile sex offenders, conduct risk assessments, help formulate individualized treatment plans and provide comprehensive psychological treatment services. This position is primarily to provide individual, group, and family treatment services for juvenile offenders.
Education Level Masters degree from an accredited institution
Field of Study
Clinical Psychology, Social Work, Professional Counseling, or a related field