• Lead ERMHS Therapist (Educational Related Mental Health Services... Santa Clara
  • Boise Paper in Santa Clara, CA, United States
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  • 2 weeks ago

jobs description

Welcome to Santa Clara Unified School District! Thank you for your interest in Santa Clara Unified School District. Our employees work together to support graduates who are resilient, future-ready, lifelong learners who think critically, solve problems collaboratively, and are prepared to thrive in a global society. SCUSD’s Adult Portrait embodies eight elements that support our students:
•... World-Leading Professional
• Student-Centered Lifelong Learner
• Creative and Critical Thinker
• Adaptive Forward Thinker
• The Caring Adult
• Inclusivity Champion
• Equity Advocate
• Empowering Collaborator If you have the skills to support this vision, we invite you to apply to join our team. Santa Clara Unified School District serves over 15,000 TK-12 students, in addition to students in Preschool through Adult School. Neighborhoods in the Cities of Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, San Jose, and Cupertino comprise the District's 56 square-mile area. Santa Clara Unified prides itself on having teachers, classified employees, and administrators who are dedicated, experienced professionals who care about each student's well-being and academic preparation. NONDISCRIMINATION STATEMENT: Santa Clara Unified School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression), mental or physical disability, age, religion, height, weight, marital or family status, military status, ancestry, genetic information, or any other legally protected characteristic. The Title IX Coordinator is Lise Strom, 1889 Lawrence Road, Santa Clara, CA 95051

Requirements / Qualifications

In cooperation with the District ERMHS Team, the Lead ERMHS Therapist assumes responsibility for the development of a coordinated ERMHS program for the Special Education department; consults with student services, principals, district social workers, school psychologists, teachers, and other specialists in developing, monitoring, and evaluating ERMHS strategies and services for General and Special Education students from 3-21 years of age. Provides assessment and intervention, ongoing counseling services and outside referrals to students and families for mental health services, serves students identified by the IEP team for Educational Related Mental Health Services, delivers student curriculum addressing mental health issues and participates on a Student Attendance and Review Board and Student Study Team as requested. Candidate should have knowledge of specialized professional principles and practices associated with adolescent development and psychology as applicable to an educational setting, State Education Code and General Education and Special Education learning environments. Candidate should have the ability to relate well with students, parents, all levels of staff, and other community-based mental health professionals and work cooperatively with others of diverse cultures and socio-economic backgrounds. Education and Licenses: Master’s Degree in Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Clinical Social Work or Counseling Psychology. Five (5) years of experience after licensure. California State License as an Educational Psychologist, Clinical Social Worker, Clinical Psychologist or Marriage and Family Therapist. Valid Driver’s License is also required. Bilingual preferred. Please note: Incomplete applications and/or those lacking current information may not be considered as eligible candidates
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