Provide assessment, treatment, and educational services for students in Clay County schools identified by an IEP for mental health services. Conduct individual, family, and group therapy with at least one session per week (or as caseload or contracts require). Submit timely, complete, and accurate documentation (including biopsychosocial and treatment plan) of each session including behaviors and progress in treatment. MA degree in Counseling/Psychology/Social Service discipline from an accredited college or university. Minimum one year experience working with opposition- and conduct-disordered youth and their families. Knowledge of adolescent issues and developmental concerns. Must have exceptional interpersonal skills to communicate in a clear, comprehensive, therapeutic manner and be able to interact positively with a variety of people. Must successfully complete Level 2 background screening.