Behavioral Health Clinician

Location: Bronx Counseling Center
City: Bronx
State/Territory: New York
ZIP/Postal code: 10467
Borough: Bronx
Division: Community Treatment & Support
Program/Department: 4096A | Early Childhood Education - Bronx
Salary Range:
Salary Information: Salaried
Position Control #: 4129

About Us

The Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services ("The Jewish Board") began over a century ago as a network of volunteers, bringing food and clothing to poor and immigrant Jewish families. Today, The Jewish Board is one of the nation’s largest and most comprehensive mental health and social service agencies, providing support and care for individuals and families at every stage of life and of all faiths, races and cultures.

The Jewish Board promotes recovery, resilience and self-sufficiency to over 40,000 New Yorkers annually at over 75 locations throughout the five boroughs and at a 125 acre campus in Westchester. Our mission to provide health and human services to all New Yorkers is built upon the professionalism and compassion of over 3,000 employees, including professional social workers, family therapists, licensed psychologists, and psychiatrists, and a corps of 1,000 dedicated volunteers. Together, we build hope for all New Yorkers.



The Behavioral Health Clinician is responsible for supplying necessary clinical intervention within the realm of the program.

RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:

  • Short and long-term clinical treatment with young children (ages 0-5) and their families, including individual, dyadic/family and group therapy.

  • Maintaining accurate and up-to-date case records, e.g. progress notes, assessments and treatment plans, statistics, and other documentation as required by JBFCS and other governmental licensing and funding entities.

  • Support to families, including case coordination and navigation of various city systems, including but not limited to The Committee on Preschool Special Education.

  • Crisis intervention when indicated as part of the treatment.

  • Attend required meetings and training.

  • Participate as a member of the treatment team.

  • Other duties, as assigned.


  • LMSW, LMHC, LCAT or Limited Permit/Licensed Psychologist.

  • Experience working with children and families is required; experience working with young children and families is preferred.

  • Fluency in Spanish is required.

  • Knowledge of or experience working with Early Intervention, Committee on Preschool Special Education, Foster Care, ACS, preventive services and other systems/programs that serve young children and families is preferred.


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