Job ID 13219
Our Counsellors will be:
- Focused on client-centred treatment.
- Good listeners and excellent communicators.
- Great team member, providing expertise in clinical consultation.
- Positive and open to doing things in new ways.
- Change facilitators.
- Creative in steering clients to find out more about themselves, develop confidence and have their needs met.
- Committed to record-keeping and evaluation.
You will have a Master’s Degree in Counselling/Psychology or related field, have experience completing assessments in a structured mental health setting, and hold an RCC or CCC designation.
This role comes with great responsibilities. They include the following:
- To screen and assess clients appropriately so they may be supported, directed, or referred on as appropriate.
- To provide structured counselling, for adults [18+] with mild to moderate mental health problems.
- To consider a range of options for client that are ethically sound
- To organize and manage work and caseload.
- To maintain records to a high standard per the organizations’ policies and be willing to provide for audit and evaluation.
- To work with others to design, develop and implement information about services available for referrers, service users, and others.
Education / Professional:
- To continue professional development by attending any required training as agreed with your manager.
- To abide by the professional and ethical code of conduct of BCACC/CCPA.
- To maintain BCACC/CCPA registration, insurance, and liability requirements.
- To maintain confidentiality and security of information gained
- To attend any appropriate meetings as required.
- Contribute to the monitoring, planning, and development of services.
- To take accountability for tracking hours and correctly invoicing Manifest.
- Minimum of 2 years of working with clients experiencing mild to moderate mental health problems, preferably in a community setting.
- Experience working with a structured model of counselling.
- Demonstrates a sound understanding of counselling modalities such as CBT and SFBT.