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$15,000 sign-on bonus being offered to fully licensed candidates. $7,000 sign-on bonus being offered to provisionally licensed candidates.
This position manages a caseload of assigned offenders convicted of a sexual offense(s), assisting them with prosocial skill acquisition, lifestyle changes, program completion, rule compliance, release planning, and reintegration into the community. This position requires ongoing proactive communication and positive interaction with offenders to apply cognitive-behavioral programming to prevent sexual abuse/violence, and challenge antisocial behavior and inappropriate boundaries. Maintains electronic and hardcopy offender files with timely and accurate documentation. Completion of specific duties and responsibilities as designated by Management. Designation of duties will be determined by current needs of the program participants and treatment programming needs. This position reports to the Assistant Director of Clinical Support.
Below is a list of your responsibilities as a Sexual Offense Counselor with Corizon Health:
Provides treatment for an assigned caseload of adult offenders convicted of a sexual offense(s). Facilitates group therapy sessions for assigned group members. Provides group sexual offense treatment with the goal of reducing risk of sexually reoffending. Treatment plans are individually based according to risk level and needs. Motivation and responsiveness to treatment is addressed. Maintain timely documentation of treatment encounters.
Completes clinical sex offense assessments and makes relevant recommendations. Recommendations are documented addressing dynamic risk factors, treatment needs, and strongest predictors of reoffending identified, as well as protective factors. Completes post-treatment assessments with recommendations for post-release supervision and treatment.
Completes documentation to include Individual Treatment Plans, progress notes, and a comprehensive Summary of Treatment Progress for external distribution to community treatment providers. Additionally, some clients may require treatment summary addendums and/or additional documentation. Meets with client support persons to educate and answer questions.
Serves as a member of the treatment team and attends group supervision/consultation regarding offenders in sexual offense treatment. Participates in staff meetings and supervision. Collaborates with mental health providers, custody, housing unit, and stakeholders regarding dynamic risk and the management of assigned sexual offender clients. Other trainings/meetings as scheduled.
Makes appropriate referrals to mental health or psychiatry as needed.
Prepares a Summary of Treatment Progress at time of release from incarceration for continuity of care in the community upon release.
Participate in all required training.
Other duties as assigned and directed based on institutional needs.
Corizon Benefits (only applicable for full-time positions)
Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
Life and Disability Insurance
Generous PTO plan
401k with matching funds
Employee Discount and Rewards Program
Continuing Education Reimbursement
Experience & Requirements
- Possess a Master's degree in a behavioral/social science field from an accredited college or university and be currently licensed, or license eligible in assigned state to treat mental disorders and professional experience indicating knowledge of mental health counseling as it relates to sex offenses, including group and individual therapeutic intervention, motivational interviewing, and treatment of mental disorders, crisis intervention, and mental health consultation.
A background check, security clearance and drug screening are required for this role.
Corizon Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. In compliance with federal and state employment opportunity laws, qualified applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, gender, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, disability, Vietnam era veteran, or disabled Veteran status. EOE including Disability/Protected Veterans.
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Job Locations US-MO-Farmington
Category Behavioral/Mental Health
Position Type Regular Full-time
Shift / Schedule Weekday Evening
Location ID 00900