Under the supervision of the Program Director, the Counselor will conduct one to one counseling to primary and secondary survivors of sexual assault trauma. The counselor will assist with support groups and clinical case management as needed. Provide a minimum of 250 Counseling sessions within 2017 to Spanish speaking primary and secondary survivors of Sexual assault Actively follow up to do intakes with referrals that come through community agencies or via Hudson SPEAKS Helpline for Spanish speaking survivors. Maintain documents/Case notes/sign-in sheets and collect data on a regular basis. Responsible for monthly reporting to the state and maintain up to date documents for audit purposes. Participate in SAAM events and other community events organized by Hudson SPEAKS. Participate in weekly staff meetings and other department activities/trainings.
Education: Master’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work (required)
Licensure/Certifications: LSW/LCSW/LPC/LAC, bi-lingual in Spanish & 40-hour confidential sexual violence advocates training (required)