Individual Case Counselling:
• Conduct one-on-one counselling sessions with CSA survivors to do the assessments and address their emotional and psychological needs.
• Develop personalized healing plans to support survivors on their path to healing.
• To conduct parent counselling sessions.
• To conduct joint sessions between parents & Children to build a strong support structure for the child.
• Counselling assistance at CWC for walk-in cases related, twice a week.
• Be available for immediate crisis intervention and support to the child experiencing severe emotional distress or trauma. (Visiting Police station/ hospital with special reference to record the child’s statement.)
• Creating a support group of the existing CSA survivors at FFCP- Muskaan.
• Organize and facilitate support group sessions on a monthly basis for CSA survivors to promote healing through shared experiences and mutual support.
Training and Education:
• Outreach and conducting trainings sessions on CSA & POCSO for school counsellors.
Supervision & Consultation:
• Provide regular supervision and consultation to lay counsellors and case workers, helping them navigate complex cases and emotional challenges.
• Handholding support to lay counsellors and case workers in education and implementation of effective counselling techniques on a case-to-case basis.
• Review and provide feedback on the work of lay counsellors and case workers, ensuring that they follow the best practices of counselling.
• Conducting home visit-based counselling sessions.
Networking & Collaboration:
Collaborate with other professionals, such as psychologists, psychiatrists and lawyers to develop integrated treatment plans when necessary.
Networking with organizations related to the child’s emotional rehabilitation.
Collaborate with other professionals, such as crisis hotlines or emergency services, when necessary. (With reference to suicide prevention)
Reporting & Documentation:
Preparing Monthly action plan.
Maintaining excel sheet and qualitative report related to the counselling of CSA survivors at FFCP-Muskaan & CWC (Child Welfare Committee)
Preparing case studies.
Mentoring Lay counsellors in writing qualitative report for CSA cases.
Qualifications and Educational Requirement:
Masters in Psychology/Clinical Psychology from a reputed institution who preferably has at least 5+ years of experience in the field.
Social work course in addition to the counselling/psychology will be preferred.
Experience of working with CSA Survivors will be preferred.
Knowledge of POCSO and IPC.
Good communication skills in Marathi, Hindi and English (Speaking, Reading & Writing)
A passion to work against Child Sexual Abuse.
An empathetic communicator with pleasant personality.
Mindset to look at possibilities under adversities.
Team player and solution finder with quick response ability and able to think on one’s feet.
Passionate about the issues affecting Children and with a commitment to serve best interest of the Child.
Mon- Fri, 10 am -5 pm. (Ability to commit additional time on any day including weekends if the case demands.) Alternate Saturdays working.
INR 45,000/- Per Month (Less 10% TDS), TA as per the Actual bill for official work.
To apply please email your CV with the subject as “Senior Consultant Counsellor” to email@example.com. Only Short-listed candidates will be contacted and invited to the interview. Application Deadline – 15th Oct 2023.
Location: Pune, Maharashtra