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LPC Intern Family Counselor

Santa Maria Hostel Houston, TX
  • Expired: 26 days ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

Position Summary: Under general supervision, the LPC Intern Family Counselor is responsible for the implementation, oversight, and monitoring of clinical services provided to residents. In addition, the Counselor maintains a caseload of patients. Must have LPC Intern license. This is a part-time weekend position.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

· Ensures timely follow-up with referral sources and other stakeholders.

· Monitors clinical compliance/quality issues through regular client file audits and prepares reports for Director on findings and action plans.

· Conducts and/or attends staff meetings to assess client progress.

· In coordination with the Director of Housing, revises and maintains client program schedule and corresponding counselors’ work schedules to ensure comprehensive and effective programming.

· Maintains clinical expertise to enhance supervision skills through continuing education programs.

· Maintains current knowledge of clinical requirements from all substance abuse treatment contracts and serves as interpreter of clinical standards for facility manager and clinical staff.

· Attends treatment team and Santa Maria meetings and training.

· Performs direct clinical services to include group and individual counseling, group education, and case management; carries caseload as assigned.

· Ensures services are documented accurately and within the required time frame in HMIS and client chart. Maintains treatment and other therapeutic records and ensures documentation accuracy and timeliness complies with licensing and funding regulations.

Santa Maria Hostel

Why Work Here?

Making an impact in the lives of women and children

Mission Driven The mission of Santa Maria Hostel is to empower women and their families to lead healthy, successful, productive and self-fulfilling lives. Building on our History Santa Maria has been serving the women and children of Houston and surrounding areas since the mid 1950s. By offering vital services and life changing support, the organization offers a pathway to success through recovery. Santa Maria will continue to evolve to meet the needs of those we serve by expanding and refining our continuum of care, delivering services with the highest level of professionalism and compassion. Moving forward, Santa Maria will continue to expand services for the entire family unit, ensuring each family member and the family as a whole is supported and empowered with a strong foundation for success. The Women and Children we Serve: Santa Maria provides critical and life changing services for low-income, indigent women age 18 and above and their children from Harris and the surrounding 12 counties. Our women face many challenges to their recovery, including histories or trauma, criminal justice and Children’s Protective Services involvement, and homelessness or housing instability. Many also have co-occurring mental and physical health issues. Their children and families struggle with these issues as well, and so together we support the entire family on their recovery journey.


2605 Parker Rd Houston, TX 77093
Houston, TX