Child & Family Therapist (Problem Gambling)


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Campbelltown, NSW
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Part-time 3 days per week until December 2020
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About the opportunity 

Uniting Counselling and Mediation Centres give people a safe, confidential place to talk about troubling emotions, behaviours and relationship issues. Our professional therapists act as a guide through life’s difficulties. 

They provide a range of services to help people face life's ups and downs and help adults and families build healthy relationship habits, manage conflict and share positive communication.

Our Campbelltown Centre is looking for a Child and Family Therapist as passionate about supporting families and children and we are to join the team on a part-time fixed term contract until December. 

In this multifaceted position you will be an experienced child and family therapist working specifically with clients who are experiencing or connected to problem gambling.

This position is offered on a temporary part-time basis working 3 days a week until December 2020.

Your Experience ticks the following boxes:
  • Tertiary qualifications in Psychology, Social Work or Counselling.
  • Experience and training in addiction and/or gambling counselling
  • Liquor & Gaming minimum pathways training
  • Eligibility for membership of relevant professional body (e.g. AASW, APS, PACFA).
  • Minimum two years previous experience providing individual counselling
  • Demonstrated skills & experience in a broad range of therapeutic approaches when working with individuals, couples and families. Ability to articulate a theoretical and practice framework for working with individuals, couples and families affected by problem gambling. Experience working in the addictions field will be highly regarded.
  • Proven ability to facilitate therapeutic and community educational groups.
  • Eligibility for membership of relevant professional body (e.g. AASW, APS, PACFA).
  • Demonstrated ability to manage high conflict individuals, couples and families with complex issues and child protection issues

Why work for Uniting? 
  • To have a career that matters in an organisation that makes a difference
  • To work in a family friendly and supportive work environment
  • Receive training and mentoring with the opportunity to improve and learn new skills.
  • Take advantage of Salary Packaging Benefits

What’s next?

If the idea of working for a progressive not-for-profit organization excites you, then click APPLY now to get your application started. 

Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which include a National Police Check and Reference Check

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