The Internship Program Clinical Supervisor provides clinical and administrative oversight to Pre-doctoral Interns and Post-doctoral Residents who provide trauma-informed psychological services (including psychotherapy and psychological testing) to vulnerable and high-risk children, youth, and families/caregivers exposed to multiple traumatic events. The position requires committee participation in Assessment, Outpatient and Intern Program staff meetings and projects. This is a flexible, part-time to full-time position. Continue reading
Episode 5: “Building a Race and Gender Conscious
In our final episode, our panelists share concrete ways to address racism and misogyny in our response to child sex trafficking.
Our panelists, from left to right: Holly Joshi, District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, the Honorable Stacy Boulware Eurie, Malika Saada Saar, and Minh Dang.
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Child Sex Trafficking
Who is for sale and at what cost?
On November 29th, 2016, WestCoast Children’s Clinic hosted a panel to discuss how racism and misogyny drive child sex trafficking in the United States. As women and their allies across the country voice opposition to policies that explicitly endanger women and girls, the need to address the impact of the child sex trade on girls of color is greater than ever. We created this podcast from a recording of the evening. Please listen to this important conversation with five national experts in the anti-trafficking movement.
The Youth Advocate Program (YAP) is currently looking to hire Youth Advocate Fellows who are passionate about bringing positive changes to the Alameda County foster care system! YAP is a three-year paid fellowship that integrates professional development opportunities with on-the-job experience within the context of the work performed for the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS).
Reporting to the Director of Clinical Services, the Outpatient Program Director (OPD) has primary leadership responsibility for WestCoast Children’s Clinic’s Outpatient Therapy Program. The OPD is responsible for the overall success of the program, ensuring it meets its contractual and service commitments through effective leadership and staffing. The OPD will also work with Clinical Supervisors to monitor and affect the quality, appropriateness and effectiveness of mental health services and to provide clinical and administrative leadership, guidance, and supervision to the Program. This role requires flexibility, solid management experience, and good communication skills to engage with staff and external stakeholders at varying levels. Continue reading