72-MH-22: CLASSROOM CLINICAL ASSISTANT
Dilico Anishinabek Family Care
Intensive Treatment Services–School-Based is a partnership with Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board (TBCDSB). The program provides culturally relevant Children’s Mental Health services and supports for Anishinabek students who are experiencing difficulty functioning in their home school environment due to cross-cultural, social, emotional and/or trauma related needs. The goal of the program is to increase students’ strengths and decrease areas of need through a culturally informed approach. Students receive academic instruction with a focus on language and math while in the program. The program aims to provide students with individualized goals to support stabilization and successful reintegration back to their home school. An emphasis will be placed on transference of skills learned. The program also offers supports to students’ families concurrently to reduce risk factors and increase protective factors for both the school and home environment.
Qualifications and Requirements: A Bachelor Degree of Indigenous Learning, Social Work, or Psychology is required; Three years related experience working with Anishinabek children/youth/families; three years experience working in a school-based service or providing special education programming; three years experience providing clinical interventions in a school-based setting.
Hours of Work: 32.5 per week