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Summary

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This position is that of a fully credentialed clinical counselor located within the Counseling and Advocacy Program (CAP) at the Military and Family Support Center (FFSC), Joint Base Anacotia-Bolling. Clinical counseling includes the psychosocial assessment of individuals, development of treatment plans, treatment delivery, and appropriate referral. Case management services include the identification, reporting, risk assessment, safety planning, psychosocial assessment, treatment planning, treatment, referral, and follow-up of child abuse, child sex abuse, and spouse abuse allegations for active duty military members and their families. Provides after hours and weekend emergency crisis intervention and immediate safety planning in response to child and spouse abuse reports from the emergency rooms, law enforcement, Naval District Washington (NDW) Command Duty Officers. Provides crisis intervention and safety planning for Navy personnel and their families in support of the on-call Social Worker at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling and Medical Treatment Facilities when regarding Military Beneficiaries.

Duties

  • Provide short-term, solution-focused psychological counseling for individuals, families, couples, and groups of people in crisis.
  • Coordinate legal, medical, and social services to assist in the treatment/referral of clients.
  • Report to authorities (e.g. child protective services, law enforcement, etc.) in accordance with reporting requirements.