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Join our global force of military child and youth counselors and therapists!
Leidos is looking for a Military Family Life Counselor to support Ft. Polk, LA.
A career of purpose—serving our nation’s military children and families—is open for you, an empathetic, supportive and motivational licensed therapist who can proactively help military children overcome common challenges such as deployment of a parent, frequent relocation and emotional management.
Leidos partners with the Department of Defense’s (DoD’s) Military and Family Life Counseling (MFLC) Program to provide highly confidential counseling services and support to military service members and their families. Non-medical counseling is preventive in nature and aims to address and solve issues before they become more harmful problems.
Many people like you, who have behavioral or mental health experience, are finding satisfaction in the non-medical counseling profession. Your education and experience can more effectively help people navigate life’s challenges when you’re not spending long hours completing billing and documentation, filing paperwork or sitting at a desk all day. The MFLC model emphasizes simple and easy documentation used for reporting activity only:
· No long narratives to generate
· No insurance to file
· No progress notes
· No treatment plans
Along with job satisfaction, you will be a part of the force of counseling excellence that makes a meaningful difference for U.S. Service Members and their families! Counselors play a vital role in helping service members and their families get the support they truly need. Military children face unique emotional and environmental challenges due to the stress of military life. This is an opportunity for you to reach them where and when you are most needed.
· Work at installation Child Development Centers (CDCs) with children 0-5, or after-school care centers for school-aged children, youth and teens on educational activities and appropriate developmental focus.
· Offer trainings to address social skills development and social emotional learning that is crucial for childhood early development.
· Promote creativity and positivity through approved materials and tools.
· Give presentations that build skills and problem-solving capabilities.
· Build rapport with parents and families by attending events and creating education and awareness about the importance of counseling services.
· Help children with transition adjustments, such as a new school and a new home.
· Become an integral part of the military educational leadership community that shapes our nation’s future. Many MFLCs receive military honors and awards as a gesture of appreciation for the value they bring!
Counseling services are generally preventive in nature and address topics such as living conditions, life skills, relationships at home and work, stress management, adjustment issues, marital problems, parenting, fear, grief, loss and much more. Our counselors use their clinical skills and past experience to identify high-risk behaviors and assist in referral for ongoing treatment and support.
· Face-to-face counseling to military service members and their families (Individual, Couples, Family, and Children).
· Visibility in assigned installation, supporting military-connected students, parents and staff.
· Recommending appropriate referrals and handoffs based on your experienced differential clinical skills to military and community resources according to the needs of military service members and their families.
· Developing and/or using approved counseling, training and education programs and materials.
· Communicating information regarding trends and issues at assigned installation to Team Leads.
· Participating in regular in-service training or other contract activities as assigned.
· Participating in installation and community events.
· A Master’s degree or higher in the Behavioral Health Professions (MS/MSW/MA/PhD)
· Licensure to practice at the independent practice level (LCSW, MFT, LPCC, Psychologist) in the state where you provide services.
· Must be a U.S. citizen.
· Must be able to pass a basic background check for employment, a Child National Agency Check and Inquiries (NACI/CNACI) clearance, commonly called a Public Trust clearance.
While helping America's bravest and their families, MFLC counselors also benefit from:
· Free work-related professional development courses.
· iPad provided for easy digital reporting, with no PII or PHI.
· Reimbursement for job-related license renewal fees.
· Flexible 40-hour work weeks.
· Paid federal holidays.
The Leidos Difference for Counselors:
· Enjoy centralized support through a Counseling Center of Excellence that provides best practices, expert speakers, state-of-the-art resources, and evidence-based research that allow MFLC counselors to spend less time on administration and more time with their participants.
· Partnerships with the military, United States government and academic institutions allow you to work on new and emerging trends such as public health-based intervention models and optimization of the behavioral healthcare continuum.
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Unconscious bias training
Remote work policy
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Leidos is a Fortune 500® information technology, engineering, and science solutions and services leader working to solve the world’s toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets. The company’s 40,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported annual revenues of approximately $12.30 billion for the fiscal year ended January 1, 2021.