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Parenting Therapist in Philadelphia, PA at Public Health Management Corporation

Date Posted: 3/28/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description


  • Conduct psycho-educational parenting groups and individual sessions
  • Conduct Parent and Child Together (PACT) groups
  • Oversee PACT curriculum to be implemented by childcare staff
  • Complete all parenting program documentation forms and enter appropriate data into the database
  • Develop and update treatment plan with input from treatment team as indicated by program policies and procedures
  • Attend weekly case conference meetings
  • Maintain continuous record of all client contacts, including progress toward accomplishment of goals
  • Maintain charts that meet all state, local, and program standards
  • Participate in ongoing continuing education programs in adherence with city, state, and program policies and procedures and in accordance with relevant licensure requirements
  • Maintain confidentiality of client and workplace information according to federal, state, city,
  • and program policies and procedures of the program and federal guidelines


  • Master's degree in psychology, social work, counseling, or related human service field preferred; or Bachelor's degree in psychology, social work, counseling. or related human service field and 2 years experience in social services.
  • Minimum one year of supervision experience preferred
  • Experience conducting individual, family and group therapy with women and children affected by substance abuse
  • Knowledge of alcoholism and other addictions, with particular focus on the needs of addicted women and their children
  • Thorough understanding of parenting issues
  • Excellent written and verbal skills with computer knowledge preferred
  • Ability to function in a professional manner, demonstrating strong interpersonal skills with other staff at all times
  • Ability to manage/ prioritize multiple tasks and work independently as well as collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team
  • Sensitivity to issues related to diversity


  • Commensurate based on education and experience