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Career Corner

The Washington Association for Infant Mental Health works with a great network of organizations as members, mentors, and collaborators. 

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Community Partner Opportunities

Opportunities with Community Partners

Educational Service District 112

ECE Mental Health Consultant

This is an ideal role for someone who loves community-based work and helping to normalize and promote mental wellness practices in early education. https://www.esd112.org/

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Opportunity Council

Mental Health Consultants

The Opportunity Council in Bellingham is hiring for two Mental Health Consultants that can work in their Early Learning and Families Services in Bellingham, Lynden, Ferndale, Everson, and Sumas.

 

Please contact Dr. Lisa Tsuchiya or Pam Follis with inquires about these opportunities.

 

Dr. Lisa Tsuchiya

Assistant Director of Preschool Services

Early Learning and Family Services

Opportunity Council

www.lisa_tsuchiya@oppco.org">www.lisa_tsuchiya@oppco.org

360-410-5033

Pam Follis

Special Services Coordinator

Opportunity Council

Early Learning and Family Services

pamela_follis@oppco.org

360-734-8396 x 1390

Childhaven

ESIT Mental Health Therapist

The Early Intervention Mental Health Therapist will provide mental health intervention to support children and their families from birth to 3 years old in home- or community-based program settings. Specifically, this position focuses on using a parent coaching model and utilizes evidence-based practices to support attachment-related concerns, impacts of trauma and social-emotional delays as appropriate.

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WISe Mental Health Therapist

The WISe Mental Health Therapist provides direct therapeutic interventions to young children (ages 0-6) and their families in homes, childcare/early learning environments, and other community locations. Work is guided by infant/early childhood mental health intervention models and provided in a team framework, in close collaboration with a WISe Facilitator and Parent Partner. Emphasis is on partnering actively with families, natural supports, and other community service providers to promote safe, stable, and healthy families.

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Cooper House

Clinical Director

The Clinical Director will have the opportunity to guide the clinical team to fully realize the power of our collaborative model, and to provide strategic thought partnership both within Cooper House and across the IECMH field. The Clinical Director will provide leadership to deliver relationship-based services to families based on their unique needs, strengths, culture, and values. The Clinical Director will also have an important community-facing presence, with opportunities to collaborate and leverage connections to strengthen and expand the reach of the program, and to share our team’s work with the birth-to-five provider community locally and nationally.

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Educational Service District 112

ECE Mental Health Therapist

The ECE Mental Health Therapist is a social worker or mental health clinician well-versed in early childhood development. Ideal candidates are highly proficient in infant and early childhood mental health, familiar with best practices in preschool education, and are committed to improving the outcomes for young children and their families who have experienced or are currently experiencing trauma. In particular, the clinician will support the caregiving that preschoolers need at home and at school to develop secure attachments and resiliency.

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Ideal candidates are highly proficient in infant and early childhood mental health, familiar with best practices in preschool education, and are committed to improving the outcomes for young children and their families who have experienced or are currently experiencing trauma. In particular, the clinician will support the caregiving that preschoolers need at home and at school to develop secure attachments and resiliency.

For the full job details click here.

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