Every Child, Inc. provides an array of individualized services and specialized approaches to birth, foster and adoptive families and children of all ages. We have an expertise in serving children and parents with disabilities and special healthcare needs. We believe that the only happy ending for a child is to have a loving, safe and stable family.
Our Family Focused team provides support to clients with two-three sessions per week. Our home based therapeutic interventions and support services are based on the structural family therapy model and offered to families with children who have significant behavioral problems, who have not shown progress in less intensive services, and who are at risk of out-of-home placement or who are returning from an out-of-home placement. These services are provided on a voluntary basis. Our Clinicians and Senior Clinicians work as a team to deliver services.
For mental health professionals seeking a fulfilling, challenging work experience that could help advance your career goals in psychology, social work, counseling, and non-profit administration, we are committed to offering a continuous learning experience.
During your tenure with us, you will have the opportunity to add some or all of the following qualifications to your professional profile: Structural Family Therapy, Family Systems Theory, Comprehensive Crisis Management, Case Management, Trauma-Informed Care, Community Support Services, CPR.
Additionally, Every Child has clinical supervisors who can provide you with LPC licensure supervision. All clinicians will also receive formal training through WPIC’s three-year Family Structural Therapy Program. Upon competition of the three-year program you will received a certification in Structural Family Therapy.
Education and Experience:
Senior Family Focused Clinician: A master's degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or related field with a minimum of two-years relevant professional experience.
Family Focused Clinician: A bachelor's degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or related field with a minimum of two-years relevant professional experience.
Clearances & Licenses:
Act 33/34 clearances; FBI clearance; valid state of PA driver’s license; access to properly insured motor vehicle and a safe driving record.