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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

AAUW: Nominations for the FL Student Advisory Council

From: Lisa Fuller
Sent: Monday, April 29, 2013 5:15 PM
Subject: Nominations for the FL Student Advisory Council (American Association of University Women)

We have established an American Association of University Women (AAUW) - State Student Advisory Council of which we are currently accepting nominations for student leaders in Florida.  I am happy to report that we had a very productive/dynamic group of young women serve on our very first Student Advisory Council.  Florida’s Student Advisory Council (FL SAC or SAC) serve as student Leaders to help promote the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and its programs on their campus and serve the organization/local branches in the state. I am sharing some of their highlights over the course of the past year.  

Again, we are accepting nominations for the next Student Advisory Council. The term of office is for one year (July 1st – June 30th). In addition, we would like the incoming slate of Council members to represent other institutions not previously represented on the Council.  In other words, schools represented this past year were Nova Southeastern University, University of Central Florida, University of North Florida and Florida State University.  If you know of an ideal candidate - please contact me with their information or simply have them contact me directly. I am also including a brief list of Council responsibilities/qualifications and a presentation of the current council members. PLEASE help us to continue our efforts in engaging the women leaders of tomorrow.

Feel free to circulate this message to those who may be interested in this opportunity.

Thank you.

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Selected Accomplishments

  • §  SAC is currently participating in the “Mentor Cloud” (a national AAUW initiative) 6-month pilot January 2013 thru June 2013. 
  • §  The Council lead a Twitter Social Media Campaign https://twitter.com/AAUWFLORIDA_SAC (w/314 followers and growing!) The Council has also provided significant contributions to the state Face book page.
  • §  SAC is supporting Tech Trek (a statewide initiative). A FL SAC member is currently serving as the Tech Trek coordinator (Abigail Lemay) at UCF.
  • §  SAC was represented at a recent meet and greet w/ Speaker, Nancy Pelosi in Florida. Ms. Reshma Daniel (from Nova) spoke at the event held for the Speaker.
  • §  The Council is participating in the upcoming AAUW Florida Convention. Individual members will serve on a generational panel discussion at the Convention.
  • §  Each council member has hosted (at least one) event on campus during their term (Nova Southeastern University, University of Central Florida, University of North Florida and Florida State University).


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Responsibilities

  • Participate in monthly conference calls with AAUW state representative/s and the council.
  • Market AAUW programs on campus.
  • Expand web presence for AAUW FL via: Facebook, twitter etc.
  • Foster collaboration with local AAUW branch (attend meetings/co-host events etc.)
  • Participate in Equal Pay Day activities on campus as well as other AAUW supported programs.
  • Participate in the state convention planning process.
  • Promote and publicize National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) and seek opportunities to develop student organizations.
  • Recruit College and University Partners.
  • Organize/host convention networking activities.
  • Attend the state convention.


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Attend a two- or four-year accredited institution.
  • Be an AAUW member/or eligible for membership and willing to apply.
  • Demonstrate strong communication, interpersonal, planning, and writing skills.
  • Have student leadership experience.
  • Understand and be genuinely interested in women’s equity issues.
  • Have the time and energy to fulfill SAC responsibilities.


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Lisa Fuller
American Association of University Women - Florida
College/University Representative (Nova Southeastern University)
National College/University Committee Member (2012-2013)

National Website: www.aauw.org
Florida Website: www.florida-aauw.org



Lisa J. Fuller, EdD
Nova Southeastern University
Abraham S. Fischler School of Education
Office of Licensure and Compliance/Program Professor
1750 NE 167th Street
North Miami Beach, FL 33162
Tel: 954-262-8295 Fax: 954-262-3991
Toll Free: 1-800-986-3223 ext. 28295

E-mail: ljfuller@nova.edu
http://www.fischlerschool.nova.edu/

Friday, April 26, 2013

Statewide Mental Health Access Line


Statewide Mental Health
Access  Line




Looking for a support group?

Having trouble finding a mental health provider? Wondering where to go for community resources?
Facing challenges to see a Medicaid mental health provider?




Call the CLEAR Access Line:

                      
1-800-945-1355


CLEAR is here to help!

Helping people find information and referral to resources and supports for mental health challenges

Assists with challenges accessing mental health care and services



Sponsored by CLEAR of NAMI of Collier County and the State of Florida, Department of Children and Families
Connecting Leadership, Education, Advocacy & Recovery - Clearing the Way for Change in Florida

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Mentor Manager and Recruitment Coordinator F/T


Mentor Manager and Recruitment Coordinator F/T:  Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast is
seeking an energetic professional for our growing Lee County, Florida agency. The successful candidate will speak publicly, recruit volunteers, work with children and families, interview and assess cases, oversee adult and child relationships, and manage cases for children age 6-18 and adult volunteers.

Must be proficient working individually and in a team environment.  Bachelor’s degree required.  Strong communication, presentation and documentation skills – written and verbal, computer literate, valid driver’s license, car and current insurance required.

For more than 43 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life.  Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 6 through 18, in the communities we serve. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.

Our Mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Please submit cover letter, resume and references to amelvin@bbbssun.org.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Mental Health Counselor

Institution:University of Maine at Farmington
Location:Farmington, ME
Category:
  • Admin - Counseling
Posted:04/23/2013
Application Due:05/10/2013
Type:Full Time
Salary:$33,725 to $35,000 USD Per Year

Learn more.

Available Vacancies Collier County Public Schools

Available Vacancies
Collier County Public Schools

You have selected the following position(s):
Position:COUNSELOR, CAREER, HSLocation:GOLDEN GATE HIGHF/P Time:Full TimeCalendar: 196A
Posted Date:04/22/2013Closing Date:04/29/2013Start Date:08/12/2013Salary: Confidential Sec-Range 4
Minimum Requirements: (COUNSELOR, CAREER, HS - 1.00)
Master's degree in Guidance and Counseling or Counselor Education, that includes three (3) semester hours in a supervised counseling practicum in a secondary school required. Eligible for Florida Certificate in Guidance and Counseling. Occasionally lifts and/or moves up to 25 pounds.

Special Notes:
Open to current CCPS School Counselor.
Please click here if you are interested in being considered for this position.
 
Position:SCHOOL COUNSELORLocation:GOLDEN GATE HIGHF/P Time:Full TimeCalendar: 196A
Posted Date:04/22/2013Closing Date:04/29/2013Start Date:08/12/2013Salary: Instructional
Minimum Requirements: (SCHOOL COUNSELOR - 1.00)
Master’s degree in Guidance and Counseling or Counselor Education, that includes three (3) semester hours in a supervised counseling practicum in an elementary or secondary school, required. Basic computer skills required (e.g., ability to use e-mail). Eligible for Florida Certificate in Guidance and Counseling.

Special Notes:
Open to current CCPS School Counselor only.
Please click here if you are interested in being considered for this position.
 
Position:SCHOOL COUNSELORLocation:TOMMIE BARFIELD ELEMENTARYF/P Time:Full TimeCalendar: 206A
Posted Date:04/04/2013Closing Date:04/25/2013Start Date:08/06/2013Salary: Instructional
Minimum Requirements: (SCHOOL COUNSELOR - 1.00)
Master’s degree in Guidance and Counseling or Counselor Education, that includes three (3) semester hours in a supervised counseling practicum in an elementary or secondary school, required. Basic computer skills required (e.g., ability to use e-mail). Eligible for Florida Certificate in Guidance and Counseling.

Special Notes:
This position is open to current CCPS School Counselors only.
Please click here if you are interested in being considered for this position.
  

Veterans Career/Job Fair


Administrative Position Available





The Café of Life is searching for a replacement for our administrator who is leaving for a mission call.

The Café of Life is a not-for-profit organization that that serves the poor and needy people in Bonita Springs. Hot nutritious meals are provided daily Monday through Friday at 10:00 A.M. serving 90 plus clients daily. In addition the Café supplies supplemental groceries and clothing and assists with other emergency needs. Additional information is available about the Café at www.cafeoflife.org .

The selected individual will be one of two part-time salaried employees, joining the Site Manager/Volunteer Coordinator who is responsible for coordinating volunteers and the actual serving meals to clients. In 2012 we served over 24,000 meals with the help of over 600 volunteers. The administrator occasionally works on site to assist the volunteers and with delivering of services to our clients. The administrator is responsible for all financial aspects of the Café of Life, i.e. receiving and processing donations, reconciling bank statements, receiving and paying bills, etc. The person must be able to prepare reports and communicate via computer. Microsoft Office and QuickBooks skills are a necessity. The administrator provides monthly communications to the Operations Committee and the Board of Directors. The administrator is the liaison to the community which includes attendance at United Way events and works with all other not-for-profit partners.

For more information and a detailed job description call Jessica at the Café of Life at 495-9325 Or email: Sue Tracy at jrtracy@comcast.net.

Full time (40 hour) position in Waltham


Full time (40 hour) position in Waltham available providing recovery-oriented psychosocial rehabilitation services and support to adults with mental health issues living in a CBFS residential treatment program.
http://www.idealist.org/view/job/34W5ftG3XNFXd/

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Florida School Counselor, Spring 2013, is now available




Florida School Counselor, Spring 2013, is now available: Click here to read online.
In this issue:
  • Depending on Data
  • What’s on Your Device?
  • 10 Tips for Career Day Success
  • College for All
  • Show Them the Money
  • Don’t Fear the FAFSA
  • Supporting Student Athletes: Understanding NCAA Eligibility


Reader navigation instructions are opposite the cover page. Remember, links and ads throughout the issue are clickable to learn more, access resources, and respond.

Friday, April 19, 2013

Licensed Mental Health Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker


Jobing Description
Through a continuum of services, SequelCare provides education, counseling and supervision to individuals and families in their home community. SequelCare professionals work in conjunction with local resources to develop a strength-based plan to support success for our consumers.

SequelCare, LLC was founded in response to the growing need to serve children, adolescents, and their families in their home community. Sequel Care began operation July 2006 with SequelCare of Iowa, LLC. SequelCare of Florida provides tracking and monitoring, wrap-around services, and individual and group counseling in the Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg areas in the State of Florida.

Read more.

Student Mom's Night of Pampering


Alzheimer's Association Education Programs


Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Mentor Network: Master’s level clinicians


We at Mentor Network are looking for master’s level clinicians that are interested in providing in home services to children and families.  We were wondering if you would be able to post this in your department for graduate students to see.

All resumes may be submitted directly to me at this e-mail, in person or by mail to the address below, or faxed to the fax number listed below.

Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter.

Wendy Silva, LMHC
Clinical Lead
Ft Myers MENTOR

Supporting Individuals. Enhancing Lives. Strengthening Relationships

13420 Parker Commons Blvd, Ste 106
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 466-2000 Ext 18
Fax: (239) 466-0640

CONSULTING AGREEMENT
This Consulting Agreement (“Agreement”) is made by and between Florida MENTOR (the “Company”) and ____________________________________________, a consultant retained by the Company as an independent contractor (“Consultant”).
The Company and Consultant agree as follows:
1.               Term of the Agreement: This Agreement shall commence at 8:00 AM on ____________, 201__, and shall terminate at 5:00 PM on _______________, 201__, unless terminated earlier by either party, for any or no reason, upon thirty (30) days written notice.
2.               Services to be Performed: Consultant agrees to perform those consulting services for the Florida MENTOR , Ft Myers Outpatient program, as may be requested by the Company.  Exhibit “A” to this Agreement contains a description of the general services to be provided by Consultant to the Company under this Agreement. Consultant will at all times, and notwithstanding any term or provision of this Agreement, have complete and sole discretion for the manner in which the services provided under this Agreement will be performed.  The Company will have the sole discretion to determine whether the work performed by Consultant is satisfactory to the Company and in compliance with the quality, safety and other standards established by the Company.
3.               Qualifications of Consultant: Consultant represents that he/she has the qualifications and skills necessary to perform the services under this Agreement in a competent, professional manner, without the advice, direction, or supervision of the Company.  Consultant will provide the Company with all documents requested by the Company to establish Consultant’s qualifications and appropriate credentials and licenses for the services to be performed under this Agreement.  Exhibit “B” to this Agreement sets forth the specific education, certification, licensure and insurance requirements that Consultant must establish and maintain in order to provide the services requested by the Company under this Agreement.
4.               Compensation: Consultant will be compensated for all consulting services requested by the Company and performed by Consultant at following rates: (See Exhibit A).
5.               Status as Independent Contractor: Consultant is an independent contractor and not an employee or agent of the Company.
6.               Control of Work: In the performance of its consulting services, Consultant at all times has exclusive control over the manner, method and details of all services performed by Consultant without supervision by the Company.  Consultant will not direct, manage, supervise or control any employees of the Company.
7.               Non-Exclusivity of Services: During the term of this Agreement, Consultant shall be free to perform consulting services for persons, businesses or governmental entities other than the Company; provided, however, that in no instance shall Consultant use or disclose any confidential information or trade secrets of the Company or its affiliates, clients or consumers other than in the performance of consulting services on behalf of the Company.
8.               Taxes:  Consistent with Consultant’s status as an independent contractor, the Company shall withhold no federal, state or local income, social security, Medicare, Medicaid, or other payroll taxes from compensation paid to Consultant under this Agreement. Consultant will obtain the necessary taxpayer identification number from the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) and provide that number to the Company. The Company will provide an IRS Form 1099 for amounts paid to the Consultant for services performed during the tax year.  Consultant is at all times responsible for paying when due all federal, state and local income taxes, including estimated and self-employment taxes, incurred as a result of the compensation paid by the Company to Consultant for services under this Agreement.  Consultant agrees to indemnify the Company for any claims, costs, losses, fees, penalties, interest, or damages suffered by the Company as a result of Consultant’s failure to comply with this provision.
9.               Consultant Certification and Affirmative Obligations: The Consultant certifies that s/he is not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible or voluntarily excluded from transacting business by or with a Federal, state or local governmental department or agency.  Throughout the term of this agreement, including any extensions or automatic renewals thereof, the Consultant shall immediately disclose to the Company his/her placement on the excluded individuals list maintained by the Office of Inspector General (“OIG”).  Such disclosure shall be made by written notice in accordance with paragraph 16 of this agreement.
10.            Benefits: By executing this Agreement, Consultant agrees that he/she is only entitled to that compensation as set forth in paragraph 4 of this Agreement, and no other payments, benefits, or other compensation of any kind, including worker’s compensation and unemployment insurance benefits.
11.            Indemnification: Consultant shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Company, and all of its employees, officers, agents, and assigns, from any and all claims, demands, losses, costs, expenses, obligations, liabilities, damages, and deficiencies including interest, penalties, attorney’s fees, liquidated damages, and costs that the Company may incur as a result of any negligence, active or passive fault, or breach by Consultant.
12.            Insurance: Consultant agrees to maintain, throughout the term of this Agreement, professional liability insurance in the amounts of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence and Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000) in the annual aggregate, and to provide evidence of such insurance to the Company upon request.
13.            Assignments Prohibited: This Agreement is an agreement for personal services of Consultant who is an independent contractor as contemplated under the laws of the State of Florida and all applicable laws of the United States of America.  Therefore, neither this Agreement, nor any right or obligation of Consultant may be transferred, assigned, or encumbered by Consultant without the Company’s prior written consent, which consent may be withheld for any or no reason.  Any purported transfer, assignment or encumbrance without that consent will be void and of no force or effect.
14.            Waiver:  No delay or failure by either party to exercise any right under this Agreement, and no partial or single exercise of that right, will constitute a waiver of that or any other right, unless otherwise expressly provided herein.
15.            Modification:  No modification or waiver of any provision of this Agreement will be effective unless the same is in writing and signed by the parties and then such modification or waiver will be effective only in the specific instance and for the purpose for which it was given.
16.            Notices:  Any notice required to be given under the terms of this Agreement to a party will be in writing and sent via the United States Postal Service, postage prepaid, and addressed to the addresses under such party’s signature below.
17.            Forum Selection, Venue, and Choice of Law: The parties expressly agree that the laws of the State of Florida will govern the validity, construction, interpretation, effect, and enforcement of this Agreement.  Each party hereby irrevocably and unconditionally consents and submits to the personal jurisdiction of the state and Federal courts located in that state with respect to any action relative to this Agreement and the parties hereby waive any objection to personal jurisdiction of, venue at, and service of process of any of the aforementioned Federal or state courts.
18.            Partial Invalidity: In case any one or more of the provisions contained in this Agreement should be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable in any respect, the validity, legality, and enforceability of the remaining provisions contained herein will not in any way be affected or impaired thereby.
19.            Entire Agreement: This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof.  There are no representations or promises other than those expressly set forth herein.  The parties acknowledge that they are relying fully upon the contents of this Agreement and not upon any other promises, representations or warranties, expressed or implied, not contained herein concerning the subject matter hereof to induce them to execute this Agreement.  The headings contained in this Agreement are for convenience only and are not intended to modify of affect the meaning of any provision of this Agreement.
CONSULTANT:
By:__________________________________
Name:____________________________
Date:________________________________
Address:
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________

COMPANY:
By:_______________________________
     
Name:__________________________
Date:______________________________
Address:
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________




EXHIBIT “A”
The Company and Consultant agree that during the term of this Agreement, Consultant shall perform the following services for the Company and its clients:
1.  Compensation:

Service:                                               Your Pay (45% of Medicaid Rates)
Individual Therapy (Medicaid):         $33.00/hr ($8.25/unit-15 min)
Individual Therapy (TBOS):              $28.80/hr ($7.20/unit- 15 min)
Treatment Plans                                 $43.65
Treatment Plan Reviews                    $21.83
CFARS                                                $6.75
Bio-Psychological (Licensed only)   $21.60


Monthly Summaries                                                   $ 3.75 flat rate for first summary
Any pre-approved mandatory / staffing / trainings   $ 15.00 hour
Supervision (first two months every week)               $ 15.00 hour
            After two months supervision will be scheduled only as needed

2. Duties:
            a. Obtain and file all required Florida MENTOR Consent forms signed by legal guardian
            b. Provide face to face counseling of clients in home, school, or other appropriate                  locations
            c. Maintain up to date files/records
            d. Complete a Bio-psycho-social and Treatment Plan within thirty (30) days of admit
            e. Complete Treatment Plan reviews a minimum of every ninety (90) days from signed                  Treatment Plan date
            f. Complete progress notes following all face to face sessions with clients
            g. Complete any required MENTOR documentation
            h.   Complete any required documentation for Authorizations for treatment
            i. Complete a detailed invoice for payment listing all services rendered
            j. Meet with CS Supervisor as scheduled
           
EXHIBIT “B”
The following is a listing of the specific education, certification, licensure, insurance and other requirements that Consultant must establish and maintain in order to provide the services requested by the Company under this Agreement:
Education:
Minimum Master’s Degree from an accredited university or college with a major in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology, Rehabilitation, Special Education or a human services field. Minimum of two (2) years professional experience in providing services to persons with behavioral illness
Certification:
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Licenses:
For completion of Biopsychosocial assessments, you must have one of the current unrestricted Florida licenses: ARNP, MD, LFMT, LCSW, LMHC
Insurance:
See Paragraph 12 above. _________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Other:
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________



Monday, April 15, 2013

DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO DURING A DISASTER?


Lifeline Family Center


Full-Time Bookkeeper Needed Immediately (32 hours per week). This position
is for a non-profit Christian ministry. Degree not necessary. Knowledge of
Quickbooks and accounting experience is necessary. Experience using Raiser's
Edge a plus. Please email resume and 1 page Christian testimony to
setfreeat30@aol.com

SimSensei is a virtual human platform specifically designed for healthcare support




Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ejczMs6b1Q4

The USC Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT) is a leader in basic research and advanced technology development of virtual humans who think and behave like real people. ICT brings together experts in clinical psychology, cognitive science, computer vision, speech processing and artificial intelligence. This video shows two interactive technologies recently developed for multimodal perception and healthcare support:

Multisense automatically tracks and analyzes in real-time facial expressions, body posture, acoustic features, linguistic patterns and higher-level behavior descriptors (e.g. attention, fidgeting). From these signals and behaviors, indicators of psychological distress are inferred to inform directly the healthcare provider or the virtual human.

SimSensei is a virtual human platform specifically designed for healthcare support and is based on the 10+ years of expertise at ICT with virtual human research and development. The platform enables an engaging face-to-face interaction where the virtual human automatically reacts to the perceived user state and intent, through its own speech and gestures.

Please note that due to privacy concerns, the people shown in this video are actors. SimSensei is not designed for therapy or medical diagnosis, but is intended as a support tool for clinicians and healthcare providers.

For more information, please contact directly the Principal Investigators of this project: Louis-Philippe Morency (morency@ict.usc.edu) Albert (Skip) Rizzo (rizzo@ict.usc.edu)

Learn more about USC ICT at http://ict.usc.edu

Elementary School Counselor Position in Atlanta, GA


The Westminster Schools 1424 West Paces Ferry Rd. NW Atlanta, Georgia 30327 Interested candidates should contact the Elementary School Principal at kristikerins@westminster.net Elementary School Counselor

The Elementary School Counselor works with a team of educators as part of the school’s overall program in social emotional learning (SEL). As part of this team, the counselor helps oversee and implement a comprehensive and developmentally appropriate program that promotes self-awareness, emotional literacy, Christian values and spiritual awareness, compassion and service, multicultural awareness and inclusivity, impulse control, conflict resolution and problem solving. In addition, the counselor has specific areas of responsibility that include:

• Individual Counseling • Small Group Counseling • Crisis Intervention • Consultation with parents, teachers, nurses, and administrators • Referrals to school support services or community resources • Supervision and support of Morning Meetings • Consultation on national trends and developments in counseling • Collaboration with teachers to identify and assure success of at-risk students • Collaboration with the counselors in the Middle School and High School • Parent Education

In addition to experience in elementary school counseling and a strong educational background, successful candidates should demonstrate a love of working with children, the ability to interact well with parents and teachers, and a willingness to work positively with colleagues and the larger team of guidance professionals in our school.

Interested candidates should contact the Elementary School Principal at kristikerins@westminster.net

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Now Hiring: certified HS Math Teachers from throughout the US to teach online at FLVS!


Bilingual Mental Health Counselor (Sisters of Color United for Education)


Bilingual Mental Health Counselor (Sisters of Color United for Education)

Sisters of Color United for Education (SOCUE), is seeking a part-time Mental Health Counselor (15-20 hrs per week). Interested applicants are encouraged to become familiar with SOCUE's services and mission located at www.socue.org before submitting resumes and/or inquiring about the position.

Position Summary
Primary responsibilities for the Bilingual Mental Health Counselor include support to individuals, couples, families and groups. Counselor will be working with an array of participants some of which may include; participants who are living with and/or affected by HIV, victims of domestic violence, and walk-ins experiencing crisis. This position requires skill, empathy, and cultural sensitivity along with the completion of an intake, assessment, counseling/coaching, group facilitation and the creation/maintenance of treatment plans.
Essential Job Functions
• Provide short-term individual, couple, familial and group mental health counseling services for individuals who are affected by HIV/AIDS
• Complete biopsychosocial intake assessment
• Develop and adhere to client driven treatment plan
• Complete timely session documentation in online confidential database and participant files
• Maintain current files as outlined in program policies and procedures including eligibility documents
• Complete monthly client activity reports
• Coordinate mental health services and/or referrals with medical case managers and other community providers/partners
• Attend department and organizational meetings as well as monthly clinical supervision
• Provide assistance to individuals presenting in crisis as appropriate.
• Coordinate and facilitate support group for victims of domestic violence
• Provide medical case management to a satellite service provider in Aurora
• Provide emotional support and counseling to participants and their families
• Create and complete health care plan and make sure that such is delivered in an efficient and effective manner
• Perform other duties as assigned.
Additional Requirements:
Master's degree in a behavioral health field (MSW preferred), along with proof of current registration with the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA); Psychotherapist, LSW, LCSW, LPC, LMFT, NCC, or other suitable clinical license required. Ability to speak read and write fluently in Spanish is required. Familiarity and experience working with people of color in counseling including; Latinos, Chicanos, Native Americans, Asians, African Americans, immigrant populations, etc. . .
Background in HIV matter is preferred. Position requires twenty hours of training during the first six months of employment.

Please send resume to Michael Maestas:
Operations.socue@gmail.com or by fax 303.446.8799
Inquiries: 303.446.8800 x 10
  • Location: Sisters of Color United for Education
  • Compensation: TBD
  • This is a part-time job.
  • This is at a non-profit organization.
  • Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
  • Phone calls about this job are ok.
  • Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

Friday, April 12, 2013

School Success Summer Staff


School Success Summer Staff

Join our team!

We’re now hiring for a limited number of job opportunities with our School Success Summer Camp program!
Talented individuals with experience engaging and leading youth are invited to apply.
Step 1: download the summary  of position qualifications and review thoroughly.
Step 2: download and complete the entire  Staff Application .
Step 3: scan and email forms to info@heightsfoundation.org  OR fax to 204-3009 OR mail to The Heights Center, ATTN: School Success, 15570 Hagie Drive, Fort Myers FL 33908

Thursday, April 11, 2013

School Counselor: Gilmour Academy

http://www.gilmoursports.org/uploaded/Employment/school_counselor_2013.pdf


Gilmour Academy’s mission is to develop students with the competence to see and the courage to act in creating a more humane and just society. Gilmour instills in every student a strong sense of self-worth through personal achievement and the discovery of his or her own voice.

The world our students will soon lead will require them to be persons of great competence, courage and moral stamina, with an enthusiastic, lifelong desire to learn.
Gilmour seeks a Middle/Upper School Counselor for the 2013-2014 academic year with whom Gilmour’s mission and vision resonates. We are seeking an experienced and committed educator with a passion for helping students discover pathways for success in the classroom and in life.

Successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to:

• Assess student learning profiles and develop personalized academic strategies.
• Provide direct support services to individual students, small groups and classrooms.
• Develop programming for students, parents and faculty.
• Work as a member of a collaborative team committed to meeting the developmental
needs of students.
Please send cover letter, resume and list of references to Brian Horgan, Director of the Upper
School, Gilmour Academy, 34001 Cedar Road, Gates Mills, OH, 44040. Electronic submissions may be made by sending materials to horganb@gilmour.org. Gilmour Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Teen Dating Abuse and Harassment in the Digital World


Teen Dating Abuse and Harassment in the Digital World

The Urban Institute's study on teen dating and digital abuse surveyed 5,647 teens to better understand how many have been affected by abuse and harassment. One in four dating teens is abused or harassed online or through texts by their partners, according  the largest survey to date on the subject.  Victims of digital abuse and harassment are 2 times as likely to be physically abused, 2.5 times as likely to be psychologically abused, and 5 times as likely to be sexually coerced. New technologies—social networking sites, texts, cell phones, and e-mails—have given abusers another way to control, degrade, and frighten their partners.  These tools haven’t pushed overall abuse rates up, but have allowed abusers to harass their victims anywhere and at any time, even when they’re apart. 

Job available with the Red Cross for Caseworker to work with Veterans


Job available with the Red Cross for Caseworker to work with Veterans

https://www.americanredcross.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID
=32283&CurrentPage=1

Resource Workshop for Parents of Children with Autism




Sign Language Classes for Babies


Good news for school counseling employment

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