About the job
The Forensic Clinician position is an excellent opportunity for post-doctoral psychologists and/or masters level clinicians (i.e., MFTs, MSWs, LPCCs) looking to gain supervised experience working with court-mandated clients within the legal categories of PC 1026 (Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity) and PC 2962/2972 (Offenders with Mental Health Disorders). In addition to providing individual and group psychotherapy, clinicians conduct violence risk assessment and write quarterly and annual court reports. This full-time position affords the Forensic Clinician an exceptional opportunity to work within a multidisciplinary setting, obtain direct training and supervision in violence risk assessment, expert witness testimony, and forensic report writing, and accumulate supervised hours for licensure. Additionally, at Gateways we pride ourselves on providing high quality supervision and mentorship to help our clinicians successfully navigate the licensure process, becoming independent forensically-trained clinicians in their field of expertise. Forensic experience is desirable but not required.
*Bilingual Spanish speaking candidates highly desirable – salary bonus available*