Couples Resource Collective is a training facility for pre-licensed and licensed persons as well as other professionals who either have a passion for working with couples or would like to hone their couple counseling skills. Our staff receive ongoing training and support as well as other training opportunities. Below is a list of current open positions at Couples Resource Collective.
PRE-LICENSED THERAPIST, COUNSELOR, or SOCIAL WORKER
Located in the heart of Sacramento region, we are a non-profit counseling agency that promotes persons. We are a diverse staff who value deference of belief and thought. We pool our strengths to help improve the wellbeing of all couples and individuals. We know that happy couples raise healthy families and build strong communities.
Additional training or coursework in couples (beyond academic requirements). History of customer service or clientele management success. Bilingual or multilingual preferred, not required.
Minimum requirements include:
- History as self-starting, eager, and proactive professional with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
- Current, active MFT intern, APC or ASW with registration in good standing with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences or those currently enrolled in a regionally accredited graduate counseling program.
- Strong clinical skill development, including an understanding of systemic treatment approaches and cultural competency.
- Able and willing to work with couples, individuals, and families regardless to client’s gender, sexual orientation, spiritual identification, religious affiliation, or non-religious or non-spiritual perspective.
- A defined area of clinical preference or specialization working with couples, evidenced through advanced training or clinical experience.
- An understanding of, and fit with, the Couples Resource Collective mission and services.
- Able to attend staff meetings, weekly training, and group supervision from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM every Friday.
- Able to work two weekday evenings from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM and Saturdays (flexible hours).
Duties may include:
- Learning multiple theoretical and practical applications to couples’ therapy and coaching
- Providing counseling to couples, individuals, families, and children
- Providing court ordered counseling: anger management, reunification, co-parenting, etc.
- Conducting group therapy
- Teaching/Coaching classes: communication, parenting, co-parenting, pre-marital
- Weekly training specific to couples theory, law & ethics
- Consultation with experienced and well-trained staff & management
- Participation in a team environment
Our training process helps prepare you for exams as well as develop and hone practical skills. We permit counselors to shadow other counselors to gain additional experience and enrich training. We also provide an opportunity to receive advanced training after one year of service with us.
Express interest in a cover letter with attached CV or resume in “real text” or “*.rtf” file to info@CouplesResourceCollective.org.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY & NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY
Preamble: The Board of the Couples Resource Collective recognizes that openness, fairness in spirit and practice, and equity equity in decisions and conduct toward others enables all persons to achieve their greatest potential. Thus, Couples Resource Collective commits to diversity in staffing and the maintenance of an environment free of discrimination, to ensuring all members of Couples Resource Collective are aware of and do not perpetuate historical and social prejudices, and to making decisions based upon qualifications and merit. Couples Resource Collective does not condone or engage in discrimination, or refuse or intentionally diminish professional services offered to anyone on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, religion, national origin, ethnic origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, religion, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, socioeconomic, marital status, or other protected characteristic or category.
The Board of the Couples Resource Collective hereby adopts a non-discriminatory policy that which states that Couples Resource Collective will make no decision, take no action or tolerate any “discrimination” based upon, but not limited to: race, color, gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, religion, national origin, ethnic origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, religion, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, socioeconomic, marital status, or other protected characteristic or category. It reads as follows:
- Couples Resource Collective will use this policy to govern all employment decisions and practices of volunteers and employees, and establish partnerships and accept clients of any race, color, gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, religion, national origin, ethnic origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, religion, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, socioeconomic, marital status, or other protected characteristic or category and provide services with all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally made available to all clients, partners, volunteers and employees.
- Couples Resource Collective promotes the spirit and practice of fairness and equity in decisions and members of Couples Resource Collective will make reasonable efforts to accommodate others who have physical disabilities or limitations.
- Couples Resource Collective will not discriminate on any of the above mentioned “discriminations” in the administration of its policies or any other administered programs and will make every good faith effort to not limit itself to addressing additional reasonably prudent “discriminations” as circumstances may arise.
- Couples Resource Collective will publicize its non-discriminatory policy to all segments of the general community served by the organization, will include a statement of its non-discriminatory policy in all its brochures and catalogs, programs and media, and will include a reference to the non-discriminatory policy in any written advertising that it uses as a means of informing prospective volunteers, employees, partners and clients of its programs/services.
- Any person who has concerns about this policy or believes it has been violated is to contact her or his supervisor or a member of the Board promptly.