Minimum Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling, Counseling Education, Psychology, Social Work or related field. License preferred. Preference of two (2) years of post-graduate practice, heavily concentrated in mental health field, work experience working with both young adults and adults with mental illnesses or with similar human-services needs desired. Additionally, experience in mental health and/or substance abuse arena preferred. Additional related education and/or experience preferred. Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus, but not required. Function as a core member of a collaborative multi-disciplinary 1st Episode Program whose interventions and treatment are focused on helping individuals navigate the road to recovery from an episode of psychosis, including supporting efforts to function well at home, on the job, at school, and in the social world. This position serves as a family clinician, teaching families about psychosis and its treatment. Reducing relapses by encouraging medication adherence and monitoring early warning signs of relapse. Supporting the participant’s work towards personal recovery goals. A valid Florida driver’s license and auto liability insurance are required.
Section: First Episode
Location: Broward County