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Under the direction of the Team Coordinator, the Mental Health Clinician/Behavioural Consultant provides case management, applied behavioural analysis/behavioural intervention, individual/group counselling services and consultation to clients with concurrent developmental disability / psychiatric disorders, working within a community interdisciplinary mental health team and primarily on a community outreach basis. Duties also include the provision of educational in-services to community care networks. Participates in evaluation of process and outcomes to ensure continuing quality of service.
Education and Experience
Master's Degree in Clinical Counselling/Psychology, Social Work, or other relevant health related discipline.
Two (2) years recent experience providing direct behavioural therapy and counselling support to children or adults with mental illness or developmental disability, inclusive of one (1) year of independent (post-Masters) practice, or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
Eligible for registration with relevant professional association.
Valid Class V B.C. Driver's Licence and possession of a personal vehicle.
Skills and Abilities
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