Hand-In-Hand Therapist

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Job Purpose and Reporting Structure:

Under the supervision of the Program Manager, provide individual, group, and family counseling to child and adolescent sexual abuse survivors.

Essential Duties:

  1. Interview and assess clients between the ages of 6 – 18 years of age who have experienced sexual abuse and other traumas. Also address related problems such as personal and family adjustments, housing, school, physical and mental health needs, using bio-psycho-social assessment information to evaluate and determine treatment plan. 
  2. Provide individual, family and group psychotherapy in office, home and community settings regarding sexual trauma and surrounding issues.  Review treatment plan and revise as needed to determine quantity and quality of service provided to client. Obtain clinical supervision and clinical consultation for effective client care.
  3. Provide case management, crisis intervention, and advocacy services, including service coordination as necessary.  Refer clients to community resources and other organizations, as appropriate.
  4. Compile records and prepare reports, including case files and correspondence with client and other mental health and social service providers involved.  Develop, maintain, and submit necessary reports for program evaluation and statistical compilation.  Records must be complaint with HIPAA guidelines.
  5. Participate in resource fairs, community events, outreach speaking engagements, and development opportunities. Attend program and agency staff meetings as required.
  6. Other duties may be assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

None required.


  • Requires a Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology, or marriage and family therapy, and two years’ experience working with families or youth.
  • Prefer State of Wisconsin licensure as a clinical social worker, professional counselor, or marriage and family therapist.
  • Must possess working knowledge of the issues of sexual assault and the impact of trauma on victims and their families.
  • Must possess working knowledge of group and family dynamics and have the ability to conduct group and family counseling sessions.
  • Must be available for after school and evening appointments.
  • Must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and be able to maintain privileged client information.
  • Must have valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle, and proof of auto insurance.

Additional information:

Salary range of $40,400 – $52,500 Non-Certified/Non-Licensed + $1,000 State Certified/Licensed/3,000 hours.  Excellent benefits package includes health/dental, short- and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, and generous paid time off plan.  Opportunity to join a caring and committed team of professionals.

Send letter of interest and current resume via email to hr@pathfindersmke.org.  Organizational information can be found at www.pathfindersmke.orgNo phone calls will be accepted.

An Equal Opportunity Employer - Pathfinders is committed to a diversified workforce.  Persons of color, women, the disabled, and those with diverse cultural backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply

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