Mental Health Counselor



This is a contracted fee for service position, which provides psychologically necessary clinical services to children, adolescents, adults, families and couples.  These services include, but are not necessarily limited to: Counseling, Psychotherapy, Assessment, Mental Health Triage, Crisis-Intervention, Providing Supervised Visitation and/or Providing Therapeutically Supervised Visitation, and Providing In-Service Presentations on selected topics.



  • A minimum of a Master’s degree in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling, Human Services or some equivalent training, is required. 
  • Master’s Degree/Licensed by the State of Florida in Social Work or related field
  • Must possess on of the following licenses: LMHC / LSW / IMHC / ISW
  • At least two year’s work experience with severely emotionally disturbed or troubled children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.
  • Knowledge about standards set by JCAHO, Medicaid and TANF preferred, but not necessary.



  • Ability to work as a team member and have good oral and written communication, organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work under stressful conditions and be flexible in relation to department needs.
  • Proficiency in Oral Communication & Written Communication Skills.
  • Knowledge of accreditation standards, State Statutes, State Administrative Codes, and Professional Ethics for one’s profession.
  • Knowledge regarding age-specific, developmental milestones


Specific Areas of Responsibility to Position:

  1. Provides psychologically necessary and clinically indicated in-home, in-office or in-school therapeutic behavioral services to children residing in caregivers’ homes, emergency shelters and/or any of the shelters or foster homes.
  2. Provides psychological and psycho-educational assessments on an as-needed basis.
  3. Practices according to the highest relevant clinical standards and highest relevant ethical standards of the mental health professional’s sub-specialty.
  4. Develops and maintains client records in a timely manner and in accordance with Family Resource Center’s Policies and Procedures, and Medicaid and JCAHO standards.
  5. Submits Medicaid or other billing on a weekly basis to Family Resource Center’s Finance Department.
  6. Receives weekly clinical supervision by a licensed supervisor.
  7. Attends weekly clinical meetings to discuss children and adolescents in foster homes and shelter settings and updates treatment plans/reviews.
  8. Contributes to the promotion and understanding of multi-cultural differences in the workplace and in the field.
  9. Participates in the agency’s Quality Assurance program.
  10. Performs other duties as assigned by the supervisor or the FRC CEO.


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