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We are always looking for dedicated, experienced professionals to join our team. If you are passionate about attachment-centered, connected, trauma-informed care we would love for you to apply to one of our open positions!
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Master’s Degree or Doctorate Degree within clinical discipline (Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, Marriage/Family Therapy, Etc.) OR any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this position. Licensure in this field in the state(s) clinically practicing is highly preferred. Preference will be given to licensure recognized by third party payers and to certification as a school counselor. Proven experience required; 3-5 years. Prefer an effective speaker to present on issues related to this field. Must be computer literate. Candidates must be willing to engage in MFCC’s TBRI training and adhere to standards of quality and excellence. RESPONSIBILITIES: The delivery of direct clinical and counseling services to a variety of clientele. Must be able to clinically assess and diagnose mental health disorders, identify individual and family needs/issues related to problems in living, and determine and deliver appropriate treatment/interventions. In addition to counseling services, will be able to provide consultative, preventive, developmental and supportive services to youth and families. The preparation and presentation of workshops and psychoeducational classes for professional and non-professional groups. Collaboratively develop treatment plans, goals and objectives with clients. Will assess efficacy of services and refine services as indicated. Document all case-related interactions, activities, and services. Act as a resource, consultant, and service coordinator for other persons and systems involved in client care, such as parents, teachers, etc. Prepare needed reports, treatment authorization requests, and case summaries. Participate in staff meetings, in-service trainings, and approved and planned relevant workshops, seminars, and training events.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: The speech language pathologist must possess at least a graduate degree and have the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP). Highly recommend a minimum of one year experience in pediatrics/similar setting. Following the interview, a potential candidate must complete and pass a background check before proceeding in the hiring process. ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Familiarity with the impact of trauma on the development and daily functioning of children. Strongly encouraged: Further education, experience, and/or certification in pediatric treatment methods, TBRI, and/or feeding education. Credentialing with third party payers ROLE: The role of speech language pathologist includes preventing, assessing, and treating speech and language disorders, social skills, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children. The speech language pathologist should be able to collaborate and educate caregivers and assist with identifying barriers to successful performance within the home, school, and community environments. PURPOSE: Speech Language Pathologists at Memphis Family Connection Center work with children and caregivers by providing trauma-informed services in order to promote independence, engagement, healing, and connection in and through meaningful activities. DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: The speech language pathologist should develop a treatment plan and execute all direct treatment services for his/her pediatric clients (both in person and telehealth services as applicable). The speech language pathologist may provide supervision if a speech language pathologist intern joins the MFCC team. In addition, the speech language pathologist should complete all required documentation including initial evaluations, daily treatment notes, progress reports, and discharge summaries within a timely manner. The speech language pathologist should participate in staff meetings, in-service training, and planned relevant workshops, seminars, and training events. All staff should help maintain clean and orderly working spaces. WORKING CONDITIONS: Memphis Family Connection Center provides a unique and flexible work experience which allows for collaboration with multi-disciplines; therefore, providing holistic care for the client and caregiver(s). Staff should be flexible and have good communication and interpersonal skills in order to work as a team and to ensure good carryover with clients and caregivers.
We are committed to training new therapists who will apply best practices in their skills and then commit to teaching them to others. In addition to providing services, interns infuse our center with new ideas, recent research, and fresh techniques from their university programs. All of our interns are enrolled in qualified graduate schools and are supervised both by their faculty and our professional staff. Anyone interested in an internship position may email Lindsay Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We believe that every MFCC associate has the opportunity to impact the lives of children and families by providing empathic support and utilizing their talent intuitively within their job role. All associates have the opportunity to learn and grow through professional development opportunities.
If MFCC sounds like the place for you, we welcome your application!
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