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Family Therapist

Womens Health & Family Services is seeking a suitably qualified Family Therapist.

The position is a permanent part time role offering flexibility to work 22.5 hrs over 3 days.  The position will be primarily located in Joondalup, but the successful applicant will need to be able to work over multiple sites.
This role is responsible for the delivery of family counselling to a diverse range of clients. Supporting families to develop a clearer understanding of their relationships, recognise roles and patterns within their family and enable them to better communicate and make informed decisions about their relationships and their future.

 To secure this excellent career opportunity, you will possess relevant qualifications (Tertiary degree in Psychology, Social Work, Family Therapy, or related field), demonstrated skills in family counselling competencies and experience working with families experiencing intersecting issues such as domestic violence, AOD and mental health.
In addition, you will have knowledge of the social model of health, experience in delivering groups and preferably trained in Circle of Security facilitation and an understanding of relevant legislation pertaining to the area of practice

For more information on this position and how to apply, please visit the job listing here at seek.com.au.

To request a candidate briefing pack and/or to make an initial confidential enquiry, please contact Carol Houghton at: choughton@anson.com.au Please include your full name and phone number so that we may register your interest in the role.

It is the policy of WHFS that all employees undergo national criminal record screening.  The cost associated with the screening is the responsibility of the employee. 

Applicants of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, CALD communities, disabilities, LGBQIT+ backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

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