Compensation Type: Annual salary
Job Type:
Full Time

Pay Range: 67600
Organization's Mission: Strengthening Families, Protecting Children, and Preventing Abuse.
Organization's Race, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Statement and Work: The Family Support Center supports an annual client base in which 92-95% is below FPL or LMI, consisting of individuals and families from a wide variety of underrepresented and underserved communities across Utah. Inequities in housing, childcare, and mental health resources and income disparities exist in all communities, which is why the Family Support Center does not, nor has ever, barred individuals from services based on ethnicity, race, gender, ability, or political affiliation.
Position Summary: Meet and greet clients, maintain documentation in files, travel to clinical meetings and
appointments as assigned, knowledge of Word, Excel and email for reports, engage in
play therapy with younger clients, provide a therapeutic alliance conducive to healthier
client coping skills, and conduct group meetings and classes. Must have the ability to
read, write and speak English.
Primary Responsibilities: Responsibilities:
1. Perform individual, family, and group therapy sessions.
2. Perform mental health assessments; develop diagnosis, treatment plans and
treatment reviews.
3. Provide psychotherapy for children, adults and families, including individual,
family and group methodologies.
4. Provide crisis intervention as necessary.
5. Coordinate cases with other agencies, providing appropriate referrals when
6. Maintain clinical records and statistical measurements as determined by Clinical
Director. Prepare reports as requested.
7. Prepare written clients reports as requested by contracted agencies such as

8. Participate in staff meetings and in-service training programs as required.
9. Meet all continuing education or other requirements necessary to maintain a
good professional standing.
10. Adhere to all standards, ethics, and professional practice established by the
clinician’s professional discipline.
11. Plan, promote and implement parenting and other classes as assigned by the
Clinical Director.
12. Conduct public relations presentations as requested by the Clinical
13. Full-time clinical caseload assures a minimum of 24 face-to-face client
contacts per week.
14. Maintain state licensure requirements and provide all updated licenses and
training/CEU documentation to the Clinical Director or Human Resources.
15. Meet with Clinical Director or assigned supervisor for weekly supervision.
16. Other Duties as Assigned.
Desired Qualifications: Qualifications:
1. A Master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling, social work, or related
2. Current Utah License as CMHC, ACMHC, LSCW, LISW, LMFT, AMFT, or
3. Two to four year directly related experience in administration of therapeutic
Benefits / Why Work With Us: Beginning in 1977, our mission for 46 years has been protecting children, strengthening
families, and preventing abuse. As Utah’s first crisis nursery model established for short-term
crisis and respite care for children at risk of abuse and neglect, the Family Support Center has had
a history of changing lives and making a difference for those most vulnerable. Currently, FSC
operates three crisis nursery locations across the Salt Lake Valley. Since 1977, FSC has carefully
changed, added, and expanded programs to meet the dynamic needs of the populations served
and furthering of our mission.
Today, the FSC offers wrap-around services including crisis nurseries, low and reduced cost mental
health counseling, parent education classes, in-home respite care for children who have been
adopted through the state or other public welfare system, and the self-sufficiency program with a
housing component for single parent families transitioning from homelessness, drug recovery,
domestic violence, or other situations where families are working to get back on their feet. In
addition to the services FSC provides, we also have a robust system for engaging donors and
volunteers throughout all five properties. Last year, FSC served 1,870 unique individuals across the
Salt Lake Valley and provided 13,932 hours of care (FY 2021-22 Statistics).
How to Apply: email
Location: Taylorsville


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Contact: The Family Support Center
Phone: 6619320837