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Join us as a Trauma Focused Staff Therapist/Domestic Violence Program Coordinator
The Crime Victims Treatment Center was established in 1977 as a community response to a sexual assault that took place in Morningside Heights. CVTC was the first rape crisis program formed in New York State, and remains on the forefront of progressive healing services for survivors of all types of violence.
Our services, including trauma focused individual and group therapy, advocacy, crisis intervention, complementary therapy and others, are offered completely free of charge. These services not only allow individuals to heal from the effects of violence and trauma, but are also instrumental in thwarting the cycle of interpersonal and intergenerational violence, one survivor at a time and on a community wide scale. In response to the need for our services, which have more than doubled since 2007, CVTC made the decision to transition from a Mount Sinai hospital-based program to self-governance. After extensive and careful consideration, we concluded that this is the surest way to sustain our mission and expand our programming by up to 50% within the next five years, with a focus on providing services to the most vulnerable populations of survivors including those who identify as LGBTQ, non-English speaking communities, d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing survivors, incarcerated victims of sexual violence and those who are uninsured or underemployed.
The Crime Victims Treatment Center is seeking a skilled and passionate clinician who has a strong background in serving survivors of trauma and interpersonal violence. This candidate will be responsible for coordinating our Domestic Violence Program, which is responsible for outreach and direct therapeutic and advocacy services to survivors of intimate partner and family violence who seek treatment at our program. This full time position is competitively compensated and accompanied by a full benefit package.
Provide individual trauma focused therapy to adult survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse and other violent crimes
Provide outreach to and engage survivors of domestic violence who visited one of CVTC's partner Emergency Departments and consented to contact
Represent CVTC in City and Statewide intimate partner violence-focused collaboratives and coalitions
Conduct intake assessments for services, write psychosocial evaluations, and present new client cases at weekly staff meetings
Provide weekly supervision to graduate student interns in individual and group therapy
Conduct presentations to service providers on trauma focused therapy and crisis counseling with survivors of intimate partner violence and other interpersonal trauma
Assist in the development of intervention, prevention, and outreach programs tailored for survivors of intimate partner violence
Develop and conduct seminars for graduate student interns on topics related to intimate partner violence
Maintain client records and provide clients with referrals as needed
Develop and maintain strong relationships with community partners and service providers.
3+ years of clinical experience
Fluent in Spanish or ASL strongly preferred
A deep passion for working with survivors of interpersonal trauma.
Flexibility, dedication and creativity
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CVTC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, or any other category protected by law. CVTC is committed to employing a staff that reflects the diversity of communities served by the program.