Seven Hills Foundation

  • Therapeutic Training and Support Worker

    Regular Full-Time
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  • Overview

    The Therapeutic Training and Support Worker is a qualified paraprofessional working in a team with a Master’s level clinician to support implementation of the clinician’s treatment plans for youth in In-Home Therapy.


    • Provide In-Home parent effectiveness training and support, teaching parents how to implement a positive behavior reward system with continued coaching
    • Assist parents in the development as advocates for their children, including attending school or community meetings with the parents.
    • Assist in gathering of information to be utilized in a comprehensive strengths and needs based assessment.
    • Participate in the development of strengths- based treatment plan and safety plan. Such plans will include behavior modification therapy and crisis intervention to determine ways to best defuse a situation and information on needed supportive services
    • Maintain a work schedule to accommodate the needs of the families during evenings and weekends.
    • Meet established productivity targets.
    • Locate needed state/ local/ federal resources such as after school programs, summer camps, fuel assistance programs, HUD low income housing and assist the family to access these resources.
    • Provide linkage to ongoing community treatment and support services
    • Provide structured, 1 to 1, strengths- based support services to eligible youth for the purpose of addressing daily living, social, and communication needs
    • Complete timely and accurate documentation to reflect services provided
    • Communicate with managed care entities as needed
    • Coordinate care with other agencies and members of the youth’s team, including natural supports.


    Bachelor’s Degree in social work or psychology, with a minimum of one year of relevant community -based, human services work with children and parents.
    • Computer literacy.
    • The ability to communicate clearly both orally and in writing.
    • Ability to meet all necessary background and credentialing requirements.
    • A valid Massachusetts driver’s license and a good driving record.
    • Access to a reliable vehicle that is insured for liability at least at the minimum level required by Children’s Friend.
    • The ability to work positively with clients, families, colleagues and others.


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