Stuart House is an internationally recognized model
program created by the Rape Treatment Center to serve the special needs of
sexually abused children and their families. Stuart House provides trauma
informed and culturally centered therapy services.
As a Stuart House therapist, you will provide psychotherapy
services for children who are suspected victims of sexual abuse and their non-offending
family members, including intake evaluations, comprehensive diagnostic
assessments, crisis intervention, and individual, family, and group treatment
services. You will also participate
in the Rape Treatment Center/Stuart House 24-hour on-call response system,
provide on-call telephone intake, in-person advocacy, crisis intervention, accompaniment
and information/referral services for victims and significant others who
present for emergency medical care/forensic examinations.Qualifications
Requires a license in Clinical Social Work. Must have experience providing trauma informed psychotherapy services to children who are suspected victims of sexual abuse and their families. Requires advanced knowledge of child development, sexual trauma, evidence-based treatment modalities, as well as solid diagnostic and crisis intervention skills. Must be able to function collaboratively as a team member and establish effective communication with clients and staff. Bilingual (Spanish-English) is strongly preferred.
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.