Mental Health Clinician

# of Positions Available: 2


  1. CA Board of Behavior Science registered ASW or MFT-I, with 2 years or more experience in providing clinical services to culturally diverse clientele.
  2. Master degree in social work, psychology, marriage and family therapy.
  3. Ability to provide treatment for different levels of care as required by the needs of the client (children, 0-5, youth and adults).
  4. Experienced in providing assessment and evaluation, and diagnosis of illness.  Training in a variety of treatment modalities and evidence based practices i.e., including CBT, TF-CBT, MAP, CPP, RPP, CFOF, and Seeking Safety.
  5. Willingness to provide array of services beyond the scope of traditional clinic-based outpatient mental health services, and provide support services 24/7 as needed.
  6. Ability to work in multidisciplinary team of care including peers, LMHP, MD, consumers and families.
  7. Have reliable means of transportation for field service delivery  at varied locations
  8. Experienced with DMH programs and documentation requirements.
  9. Bi-lingual, English and API language (such as Khmer) or Spanish

 REPORT TO:         Clinical Site Manager/Clinical Supervisor


  1. Provide mental health assessments and evaluation; individual, group, adult, children, and family counseling, and development of treatment service plans.
  2. Provide an array of services that are client/family driven focus for all age groups that promotes inclusion of family when at all possible.
  3. Deliver field-based (rather than clinic-based) or in home services. Services may require intensive in-home treatment, crisis response or school-based services.
  4. Work with adults includes developing treatment plans which include Wellness Recovery Action Plan and emphasis on employment as desired outcome.
  5. Complete outcome measurements for services provided.
  6. Complete timely documentation of client services and service treatment plans and periodic plan reviews.
  7. Provide community education presentations and outreach when requested.

SALARY:           DOE

 Pacific Asian Counseling Services (PACS) is a private, non-profit community based organization. PACS enriches the lives of children and families through counseling and caring.  We provide culturally sensitive and language specific services with expertise in the immigrant Asian Pacific Islander populations.  Services are provided to diverse multi-ethnic clientele, by cultural and linguistic competent professional staff.

If interested in the above employment opportunity, please mail resume with cover letter and salary history to:  J. Manzano, Dir. Of HR at (310) 337-1550, Ext. 2009 or emailed to jmanzano