Psychotherapist / Counsellor

Do you have the skill set and passion to support tamariki and whanau experiencing significant trauma, grief and loss? If you have a can-do attitude, you thrive on challenge and excel in team settings we would love to hear from you.

We are offering a fantastic Part time opportunity for 2 days a week (hours negotiable).

The vacancy is for a qualified and experienced Psychotherapist/Child Psychotherapist or Counsellor, to join our Therapy Services team in Otahuhu.

The desired candidate will have significant experience in working with Maori/Pasifika families/caregivers of traumatised children and have strong community and agency networks. Referrals are for traumatised children and their caregivers/families; families with relationship, parenting, family violence and anger issues, as well as therapeutic support for our residents in our residential parenting programme. You would also need to hold a current full NZ driver’s licence, and be legally entitled to work in New Zealand.

Desired attributes:

  • Great communication skills
  • Excellent time management
  • Case Recording Skills
  • Able to work autonomously & as part of a team
  • Compassion
  • Understanding of Te Ao Maori and/ or working with Pasifika

What ATWC offer:

  • Professional registration with recognised national body
  • Additional paid holidays
  • Commitment to professional supervision
  • Ongoing professional development

To apply, please send your resume with a cover letter to: AnelF@atwc.org.nz

Closing date: 12 March 2021

ATWC is committed to best practice and working in ways that respects the dignity of individuals and their whanau.

ATWC supports the work of Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care. Information about the Commission can be found at https://www.abuseincare.org.nz/

ATWC has created a survivor-focussed process to address any harm that has been experienced in the past. We are committed to ensuring we listen carefully, apologise sincerely, and support recovery and healing.

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