Crisis Counsellor Posted on Jan 10, 2018 by YWCA Lethbridge and District
Location Lethbridge, AB
Earnings $17.25 hourly
Work Hours 16 hours bi-weekly
Position Permanent Part Time
Vacancies 3 Vacancies
Closing Date Jan 24, 2018
YWCA Lethbridge and District
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
First Aid Certificate
2 years to less than 3 years
- Community service organization
- Social service or charity agency
- Follow up results of counselling programs and clients' adjustment
- Develop and implement counselling and intervention programs to assist clients in determining goals and means of attaining them
- Interview clients, prepare case histories and assess problems
- Evaluate the effectiveness of counselling programs and interventions, and clients' progress in resolving identified problems and movement toward defined objectives
- Prepare assessment, progress, follow-up and court reports
- Liaise with community agencies or partners, and identify additional or alternative services and provide referrals
Security and Safety
- Child welfare check
- Criminal record check
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
Work under pressure
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Interest in mentoring in order to counsel clients, and provide therapy and mediation services; and in assisting individuals and groups of clients to identify, understand and overcome personal problems and achieve personal objectives
Interest in co-ordinating information to develop and implement counselling and intervention programs to assist clients in determining goals and the means of attaining them; may conduct research, publish research papers, educational texts and articles
Interest in following up results of counselling programs and clients' adjustments; and in conducting vocational testing and psychometric assessment; may supervise other counsellors, social service staff and assistants
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