The YWCA Golden Gate Silicon Valley provides clinical therapy to community members with a focus on providing therapy to individuals and families that have survived domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and human trafficking. Clinical supervisors support clinicians in providing our community with clinical interventions, empathy and a safe trusting relationship to guide them on their journey of healing. In addition, we are working to provide MFT associates/trainees with clinical training and experience that will be the foundation of their work in our community as trauma focused, strength based, clinically competent therapists.
Reporting to and working with the Director of Clinical Services, the Clinical Supervisor:
Provides individual and group clinical supervision to a 8-10 of MFT associates/trainees, facilitates group supervision, and provide support/guidance for client crisis involving legal and ethical concerns
Reviews assessments, treatment plans and all diagnostic material for accuracy and Assists Director in developing a trauma based training program to ensure clients receive quality, culturally sensitive, empowerment based and client centered therapy to promote healing
Assists Director of Clinical Services with developing systems and services to advance the Healing Center therapeutic programs Supports and provides effective outreach to Universities and assists with the recruitment and selection of prospective associates/trainees
Candidates must have a Master's degree in Social Work or Counseling Psychology, a clinical license through the BBS of the State of California in good standing, licensed for at least 2 years, and the training necessary to provide clinical supervision.
We are seeking someone with a high level of self-awareness, an understanding of the effect of trauma on clients and therapists and has the ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
Candidates should be provide empathy, healthy boundaries, and cultural sensitivity and are able to remain calm and make decisions during periods of crisis.
Bilingual skills not required but highly preferred.
Work hours are primarily during the day with some evening work if needed to support supervisees and the ability to take crisis calls after work hours if needed.
Required: Clear background check (fingerprinting), valid TB test, valid California driver's license, California Clinical license (BBS) in good standing, 6 units of training necessary to provide clinical supervision.