Join Our Team: Bilingual Campus Clinic Group Facilitator for Teen Mental Health Program

  • 11 Jun 2024 12:05 PM
    Message # 13368902

    Campus Clinic is implementing the BLUES Program, an innovative, evidence-based mental health initiative designed to empower adolescents through cognitive-behavioral techniques and mindfulness practices in a supportive group setting. We are seeking compassionate and dedicated therapists and facilitators who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of teens, locally in North County San Diego.

    Campus Clinic will roll out the BLUES program and collaborate with iHeart to incentivize teens to empower themselves. There will be a project and event kick off with iHeart to promote mental health awareness. Soon after, students can enroll in the BLUES program at their high school.

    Role Description

    As a Group Facilitator, you will lead the BLUES program, which consists of 6-week sessions (1 hour) or 8-week sessions (45 minutes), helping teens understand their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in ways that foster resilience and self-awareness. This role is ideal for compassionate professionals who are enthusiastic about innovative mental health practices and skilled in engaging with young people in both individual and group settings. 

    Training for the BLUES program will take place over 2 days at 4 hours each day. We are projecting to train on July 22 (9am-1pm) and July 25th (1-5pm) 2024. 


    • Conduct group sessions using a structured, evidence-based curriculum tailored to adolescent needs.

    • Incorporate mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral techniques to enhance participants' self-awareness and self-compassion skills.

    • Collaborate with a multidisciplinary project team to refine therapeutic approaches and share insights.

    • Support the mental health journey of each participant, fostering a compassionate, safe and inclusive environment.

    • Integrate with site counselors and build rapport and partnership with school team made up of: principals, counselors, students, and their families. 

    • Understand the VISTA community and their corresponding resources. 

    • Support evaluation process of the project including implementing mental health screeners, assessments, pre and post surveys, data collection, and all necessary communication with Campus Clinic Team.

    We Are Looking For Someone Who

    • Holds relevant credentials: specifically, LMFT.

    • This role must be in-person in North County San Diego. You will need to drive to 3 different high schools in the VISTA Unified School District. 

    • Has compassionate group experience and a strong desire to work with adolescents.

    • 20-40 hours of availability 

    • Is bilingual 

    • Intends to cultivate community in North County San Diego.

    • Is trained in or willing to embrace mindfulness practices and cognitive-behavioral therapy.

    • Thrives in collaborative environments and is excited about working with a team of innovative thinkers.

    Why Join Us?

    • Be a part of a pioneering project dedicated to transforming adolescent mental health.

    • Gain unique experience in a supportive and creative setting that values new ideas and approaches.

    • Make a lasting impact on the lives of teens, helping them to build a resilient and positive future.

    • Enjoy flexibility in your schedule with options for 20-40 hours per week, increasing as desired. 

    • Salary Range: $72,000-$144,000

    Apply Now

    If you are passionate about contributing to a forward-thinking mental health program and have a genuine interest in adolescent development, please send your resume and a cover letter outlining your experience and motivation for joining the Campus Clinic BLUES Program to:

    Vy Le |  | 415.793.3180
    Mimi Brehmer |  | 949.514.4021

    Together, let's make a significant difference in empowering the mental health of our youth!

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