top of page

Careers

Open Positions

Multidisciplinary Team Advocate

  • Build and foster open and positive relationships with the multidisciplinary team including law enforcement, Child Protective Services and the prosecuting attorneys while promoting best practices for child abuse investigation and treatment in Waukesha County.

  • Schedule and coordinate joint forensic interviews of alleged child/adolescent abuse victims with team members and families.

  • Promote improved communication, coordination, and accountability across agency lines.

  • Organize, coordinate, and conduct monthly multi-disciplinary team case reviews.

  • Model facilitation skills for the multidisciplinary team without driving the outcomes and keeping the process focused on solutions.

  • Work closely with members of the multidisciplinary team to address issues as they arise and resolve conflict.

  • Work closely with the members of the multidisciplinary team to review and update team protocols annually.

  • Identify training needs as they relate to identifying, reporting, investigating, prosecuting, and treating child abuse and neglect.

  • Actively participates in program Quality Improvement efforts.  Provides leadership in addressing program issues and solving problems.  Makes suggestions and is a positive force in resolving issues.  Gathers and reports data as required.

  • Advocates for policies and procedures that are consistent with the best interest of the child using professional standards and agency code of conduct.

  • Meet with caregivers as child is being interviewed at The C.A.R.E. Center, providing crisis intervention, emotional support, information regarding the next steps in the legal process, child abuse and system roles and empowering the non-offending parent to provide support to her/his child(ren).

  • Assist caregivers with managing their own emotions so the caregiver is better able to provide the necessary support for the child(ren).

  • Provide families with written materials regarding team member names and phone numbers, victim’s rights information, and crime victim compensation as well as information and resources on the dynamics of child abuse, domestic and sexual violence, and parental discipline techniques as appropriate.

  • Provide follow-up services and case management to families.

  • Provide information to families regarding the multidisciplinary team response process.

  • Ensure culturally competent services are provided to all families we serve without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, socioeconomic status, disability, gender or sexual orientation.

  • Provides education to patients and families on the dynamics of child abuse and neglect.  Within program guidelines, acts as a resource to patients and families on available community resources.

  • Documents professional clinical activities per program standards.

  • Provides crisis management services to children and families seen during a child abuse evaluation with appropriate safety planning and system advocacy.

  • Maintains positive relationships with referral sources.

  • Assists in planning and decision-making appropriate to the child and family with other Center professionals as well as outside agencies.  Advocates for sound, safe case planning.

Click below for full job description.

Group Facilitator- Center for Prevention of Family Violence

Will work as part of a team to deliver the services of the Center for the Prevention of Family Violence (CPFV) to both groups and      individuals. Services of the CPFV include:

  •  Psycho-educational Groups for both male and female perpetrators of Domestic Violence.

  •  Individual psycho-education for DV offenders when group participation is not possible.

  •  Individual Anger Management treatment for both court ordered and voluntary clients.

  •  Peaceful Families, an Individualized program for parents referred by a social worker or family court to address parenting   concerns and reduce the risk of child abuse or neglect.

Click below for full job description.

Psychotherapist and Group Facilitator- Center for Prevention of Family Violence

Part time with opportunities ranging from 8 hours/week to 20 hours/week depending on interest, availability and qualifications. Will work as part of a team to deliver the services of the Center for the Prevention of Family Violence (CPFV) to both groups and individuals. Services of the CPFV include:

  • Psycho-educational Groups for both male and female perpetrators of Domestic Violence.

  • Individual psycho-education for DV offenders when group participation is not possible.

  • Individual Anger Management treatment for both court ordered and voluntary clients.

  • Peaceful Families, an Individualized program for parents referred by a social worker or family court to address parenting concerns and reduce the risk of child abuse or neglect.

May also provide individual psychotherapy services in addition to providing the services of the Center for the Prevention of Family Violence.

Click below for full job description.

School Psychotherapist

Full time 9-month position is available for LCSW, LPC, LMFT or LP psychotherapist. 2-3 positions are open in elementary and/or secondary schools.  Ideal candidates will enjoy having summers off and/or a reduced summer schedule; 3-5 years of experience providing mental health therapy to children ages 5-17 and their parents; experience diagnosing and treating a wide range of emotional, mental health and family issues. Those with prior experience working with schools and an understanding of family systems, the effects and treatment of children and teens who have suffered emotional trauma and applicants with existing insurance credentials are preferred.  Part-time summer hours are available in addition to those associated with the 9-month salaried position.

Click below for full job description.

Outpatient Psychotherapist – Clinic and Telehealth

 

A leading outpatient mental health organization in Waukesha County seeks a fully licensed psychotherapist to work with an outpatient caseload consisting primarily of children ages 3-13, adolescents, teens, parents. Full time caseload involves availability for at least 30 clients per week; half time caseload involves availability for at least 15 clients per week. Minimum of 1 year experience serving child clients; experience with DSM-V diagnoses and with evidence-based treatment methods addressing a wide range of emotional, mental health, family and personal issues. Candidates with existing insurance credentials are preferred.

Click below for full job description.

Contact us for more information if you share our passion and would like to join our growing team!

bottom of page