Posted on August 6, 2018
To expand the Trauma Clinician position to full-time, increasing his ability to provide timely mental health treatment to justice-involved youth, adults, and their families who are part of Osborne’s Children, Youth, and Family Services, Workforce Development, and Court Advocacy Services programs. The Trauma Clinician will provide individual and family mental health treatment at no cost to those with limited access to specialized healthcare. The Clinician will also provide training sessions so Osborne staff can learn to effectively screen and identify participants with trauma histories and symptomology, and offer individual consultations to help staff provide better trauma-informed services to participants. The Osborne Association serves individuals and families impacted by the criminal justice system, providing opportunities for them to achieve self-sufficiency, adopt healthy lifestyles, form and rebuild families, and rejoin their communities after incarceration.