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The Mental Health Association is seeking a Licensed Clinician (Mental Health Clinician) for our Criminal Justice Reform (CJR) Program in Morris County.
Master’s Degree + LCSW/LPC + experience with SMI. Experience working with forensic population preferred
Completes community based Mental Health Evaluations and provides evidence-based therapy utilizing CBT/DBT, IMR and Harm Reduction techniques with the criminal justice population. Provides re-entry planning, linkage and referral to community resources following release from the county correctional system and jail diversion from local municipalities. Participates in team and monthly community provider meetings.
Electronic Clinical Record keeping will be required as indicated by funding sources and/or accreditation agencies. Supervisors must meet all expected productivity levels for direct service provision to consumers.
Full-time and Part-time opportunities are available.
Fully paid medical coverage for eligible staff.
Generous 401(k) match.
Plentiful Paid Holidays, Vacation, Personal and Sick time.
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