We are looking to fill a Clinical Therapist position in our Extended Day Treatment Program.

The Extended Day Treatment Program has a capacity of 62 boys & girls who live at home or with a surrogate family, and who require an intensive treatment setting.  Treatment planning on the milieu considers gender, growth & development, trauma histories, and diagnosis.  While on our campus the youth are divided into distinct treatment groups according to age & diagnosis.  The groups each have their own schedule of treatment activities.  All staff have formal training in Risking Connections and some are involved in a DCF training cooperative to maintain certification as Project Joy facilitators.

In this position the Clinical Therapist will:

  • Provide various types of counseling & therapy to youth & families
  • Be part of a multidisciplinary team, and is responsible for providing information, strategies and a clinical perspective, along with promoting teamwork in the treatment of youth
  • Be the liaison to outside agencies & personnel; DCF, hospitals, insurance/managed care, the legal system, private consultants, etc.
  • Be expected to perform other related duties


  • Clinical experience working with youth, adolescents & families
  • Must be a Masters level clinician (MSWs must have received LMSW license) with license eligibility
  • Spanish speaking clinician preferred

Hours:  10:30 a.m. – 7 p.m., during the academic year ▪ 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., during summer and school vacations

Days Off:  Saturday/Sunday