Center for Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.)
April 5, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
Mental Health/Social Services
The Center for Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.) is seeking a full-time therapist to provide individual and family therapy to foster and adopted children and their families, as well as to families with a plan of guardianship. The position is based in our Sterling, Virginia office.
C.A.S.E. was founded in 1998, and is one of the premier organizations in the country providing innovative and specialized services to adoptive and foster families. We are seeking a skilled, energetic therapist to join our team. All clinicians receive individual and group supervision and have opportunities for continuing education, including participation in C.A.S.E.'s nationally recognized Training for Adoption Competency (TAC) initiative.
Provide individual, family and group psychotherapy to foster and adoptive children and their families.
Conduct initial psychosocial assessments and develop treatment plans
Perform other duties as needed or requested
Master’s degree in counseling, social work or marriage and family therapy
Current clinical licensure
4-6 years clinical experience (individual, group, and/or family therapy), experience working with foster and adopted children preferred
Demonstrated understanding of loss and grief, trauma and attachment
Experience with and commitment to providing culturally competent services with diverse client populations
Additional Salary Information: C.A.S.E. offers a competitive salary, health benefits, 403 (B) plan, life insurance, opportunities for professional development and a friendly, flexible work environment.
Internal Number: 032018CLT
About Center for Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.)
What We Do......
We nurture children, teens, adults and their families by providing adoption-competent counseling services.
We inspire those touched by adoption to become better educated about how to address adoption-related issues.
We empower mental health professionals with the training they need to address the unique challenges inherent in adoption.