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Family Assessment Clinic

SRT Program

Group Facilitator

Approximately 5 hours/week 

Hybrid-remote position! 

The Family Assessment Clinic (FAC) Sexually Reactive Treatment(SRT) Program provides assessment and treatment to sexually-reactive youth who are under the jurisdiction of the Washtenaw County Juvenile Court. Services include trauma-informed and culturally responsive comprehensive assessments, as well as individual, family and group treatment. FAC seeks a part-time  individual with clinical experience and commitment to working with youth with sexualized behavior problems and their families.

Direct Services To Clients:  

  • Provide group therapy to clients as determined by program needs on a weekly basis 

  • In special circumstances provide individual/family therapy to SRT clients 

  • Provide accurate documentation for all contact with all clients

  • Provide evaluations of progress for all clients   

  • Adhere to the group program manual while individualizing interventions as needed 

  • Utilize program approved SRT group therapy model  

  • Maintain all client records as required in accordance with agency expectations regarding standard timelines and contractual requirements

  • Complete reports and forms and compile statistics as required in a timely fashion

  • Attend and participate in weekly staff meetings

  • Report safety concerns immediately to supervisor

  • Inform supervisor of clients/families who are experiencing child abuse, neglect, suicidal or homicidal symptoms and take appropriate action or as directed by law

  • Maintain client case records in compliance with program policies and procedures  

  • Provide timely and necessary authorization/documentation of service for client billing and payroll  

  • Provide communication to client collateral contacts as necessary  

  • Clinical social work  group work, to be provided collaboratively on cases with MSW and Doctoral students. 

  • Supervisory role - orient MSW and Doctoral student interns and assist in weekly individual and group preparation/debriefing before/after group sessions throughout MSW and Doctoral student internship

  • Comply with required HIPAA regulations and background checks

Supervision and Case Consultation:  

  • Attend weekly leadership meetings with the SRT coordinator and other FAC staff

  • Occasionally meet with Probation Officers regarding group members and their progress

  • Participate in-service training for continued professional development

Collaborate with SRT Program Coordinator

  • Assisting with onboarding new referrals for sexually reactive youth court ordered to participate SRT treatment

  • Up dating case files, completing input into tracking system and ongoing record monitoring

  • Requesting additional information from FAC/SRT clinicians, clients and families when necessary

  • Providing direct practice to youth and their families

  • Student intern supervision


Required Qualifications:

LMSW or equivalent license

Experience working with youth with problem sexual behaviors and trauma 


Desired Qualifications:

MSW degree or equivalent

Experience supervising interns

Proficiency in Google Drive/G-Suite



The Family Assessment Clinic is seeking a Legal Consultant (JD) on legal issues related to child welfare, child maltreatment, ethical/legal issues, and cases involved in the juvenile and domestic relations courts. Time commitment is approximately one hour per week and the legal consultant will be compensated on a monthly basis, at the rate of $200.00 per hour.

The Family Assessment Clinic (FAC) is a multidisciplinary program, composed of staff, social work clinicians, faculty, and graduate students in the University of Michigan School of Social Work, Law and Medicine, as well as graduate students from other universities in Southeast Michigan. FAC is child-centered, trauma focused, culturally responsive and dedicated to the assessment and treatment of children and families who may have experienced maltreatment through child physical abuse, sexual abuse and/or neglect. In addition, FAC provides comprehensive treatment to youth with sexual behavior problems and conducts case record reviews of cases in civil litigation involving child welfare best practices, standards of care, harm to children experienced in the child welfare system, and matters relevant to the assessment and treatment in child care settings.


FAC is an equal opportunity employer. We will not discriminate and will take affirmative action measures to ensure against discrimination in employment, recruitment, advertisements for employment, compensation, termination, upgrading, promotions, and other conditions of employment against any employee or job applicant on the bases of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.

Please email cover letter & resume to to apply! 

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