The Mental Health Center of Denver

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Childhood Mental Health Consultant-Bilingual Spanish preferred

at The Mental Health Center of Denver

Posted: 1/11/2019
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: J3V3346CS9CXHKJ76GJ
Keywords: health

Job Description

Job Description

POSITION SUMMARY: Provide prevention based mental health support and early intervention to young children ages birth to five in preschool/early childhood settings. Provide individual and/or family psychotherapy to young children with clinical disorders. Bilingual Spanish preferred but not required.

Spanish Bilingual- $2.50/hr. differential.


  1. Provide consultation to childcare center staff regarding individual children, including providing guidance about challenging behaviors. Consultant will meet regularly with staff and parents to assess and understand the individual needs of the child and work with the team to develop developmentally and culturally appropriate interventions. Consultant will meet regularly with staff to develop and support reflective functioning.
  2. Observe children in their childcare setting to assess functioning, relationships with caregivers and other children, and “fit” in the program.
  3. Meet on-site at childcare program with families to complete assessments, provide developmental guidance and referrals, including linkage to clinical services. Actively assist families in referral process.
  4. Meet regularly with the childcare staff and the director to address programmatic concerns, as requested, i.e., inter-staff relations, program-wide concerns/changes, staff turnover, curriculum.
  5. Provide consultation to center staff on programmatic issues that affect the quality of care provided to the children, as requested.
  6. Facilitate social/emotional groups for young children.
  7. Provide individual and/ or family psychotherapy to young children with clinical disorders.
  8. Provide psycho-education and support to families/caregivers.
  9. Maintain accurate and timely documentation in adherence with program expectations and accountability requirements.
  10. Participate in team meetings, in-services, and supervision as required.
  11. Provide monthly trainings to center staff and parents on social / emotional topics.
  12. Perform other duties as assigned.

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