Master’s degree (or equivalent non-U.S. degree) in psychology, clinical social work, marriage and family therapy, professional counseling, or related fields. (Crisis specific experience may be considered in absence of MA)
Training and experience in clinical assessment, crisis intervention, treatment planning and treatment using a variety of methods.
Ability to efficiently learn, maintain and demonstrate mastery of clinical and operational protocols.
Ability to exercise excellent independent clinical judgment with minimal direct supervision.
Excellent oral and written communication skills and familiarity with computer use.
Comprehensive knowledge of substance abuse, mental health, and recovery issues and principles.
Knowledge of issues pertinent to survivors of violence and abuse.
Eagerness for professional and personal growth opportunities.
Flexible schedule, availability to work holidays
Preferred candidates will possess one or more of these attributes:
Experience providing oversight or supervision in a behavioral health setting.
Knowledge of and experience in the mental health and substance abuse treatment systems of the Denver area.
Credentials as a CAC or LAC.
Post-master’s degree experience in providing emergency mental health services.