Are you looking for an employer that is innovative and trauma informed? Are you looking for a job that is going to be challenging and rewarding all at the same time? Well you’ve come to the right place! When you choose a career with Norris, you walk away every day knowing that you had a positive impact on the lives of others. The Norris team strives to provide the best quality care to youth and families by making meaningful connections and providing a safe space for individuals to heal. We engage those we serve, our colleagues and our community with respect, compassion and acceptance.
Norris is currently seeking an individual to fulfill the role of Therapist in our Residential Program at our West Bend campus. Under the supervision and direction of the Clinical Manager, the Clinician is responsible to provide individual, group, and family therapy as well as case management services. All mental health services provided by the Clinician promote the Norris mission and philosophy for providing services utilizing a trauma-informed approach. The Clinician acts in collaboration with other members of the Norris program team, placing agencies and all other community partners. Clinical Services provided are according to personalized treatment plans that the Clinician is responsible for developing based on a thorough initial assessment upon a youth’s admission to the program and updating throughout a youth’s time at Norris. Additionally, the Clinician is responsible for aftercare planning as well as continued services to the youth and family following the youth transitioning from Norris. The Clinician has primary Leader on Duty (LOD) and medication administration responsibilities on a routine basis.
Clinical services should be sensitive to cultural and ethnic diversity of each individual youth. The Clinician position requires the individual to work a flexible schedule that is subject to change in order to meet the needs of the youth, family and/or program at any time, including evenings, weekends, and/or holidays.
A Master’s Degree and coursework in clinical psychology, psychology, school psychology, social work or counseling with at least one (1) year of training and experience working with youth involved with the child welfare and/or juvenile justice systems is required.