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Reporting to the Clinical Coordinator, functions as a member of the multi-disciplinary team. Provides comprehensive assessment, treatment and referral coordination for children, adolescents and their families in acute mental health crisis, educates and consults with community and hospital personnel, networks with community agencies, participates in program evaluation, and assists in program and resource development as needed.
As this is a regional program, the position will respond to referrals from the communities in the designated sub-region; staff is required to perform their duties and responsibilities at the point of initial referral throughout the designated Fraser Health area.
Master's Degree in Social Work, Clinical Counselling, or other relevant health related discipline.
Two (2) years' recent related clinical experience in child and adolescent mental health, including assessment, individual, family and group interventions, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Eligible for registration with relevant professional association. Valid BC Driver's License and access to a personal vehicle with appropriate business insurance coverage for work related purposes.