• Clinician

    Job Locations US-MA-Shirley
  • Overview

    At Community Resources for Justice, we believe that society gains when all people receive the support and tools they need to lead responsible, productive, and dignified lives.


    For 140 years, some of society’s most overlooked citizens have benefited from the programs we provide. Our work is divided into three divisions, each with a distinct practice area and population served:

    • Social Justice Services serves men and women transitioning out of prison and back into the community through a network of six residential reentry centers operated under contracts with federal, state, and county agencies. The division also runs a residential program for young adults with complex clinical needs.
    • Community Strategies supports adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities to live as independently as possible through a range of community-based residential options offering structure in a caring, home-like environment, as well as day programs.
    • The Crime and Justice Institute is a national-scale consulting practice that works with elected officials, justice system practitioners, policy makers, and thought leaders to effect significant reforms to promote safety and justice. 

    Guided by excellence, creativity, and compassion, we support individual transitions, strengthen families, promote justice, and improve community safety.


    The Clinician is responsible for the development and delivery of clinical services to the individuals receiving supports from Community Strategies for Massachusetts.

    • Participate as a member of a residential team to plan, develop and implement services to individuals.
    • Implement training to develop the clinical skills of residential supervisors and direct care staff.
    • Oversee the implementation of data systems to measure the effects of treatment interventions.
    • Develop individual behavior management plans.
    • Develop procedures to teach social, interpersonal and relationships skills.
    • Interact with families, guardians, DMH, DDS and other agencies concerning clinical issues.
    • Monitor implementation of behavioral management plans.
    • Provide individual and group therapy.
    • Maintain current approval or treatment plans by all relevant committees and agencies.
    • Document treatment progress.
    • Provide and interpret data to psychiatrists to facilitate discussions regarding psychotropic medication. 


    • Qualificiations  

      • Master’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work preferred, or a related field. 
      • Licensure and/or BCBA a plus.
      • Experience with intellectually disabled clients, sex abusers, personality disorders, applied behavior analysis, cognitive behavior therapy and DBT a plus.
      • Excellent oral and written communication skills
      • Effective member of service delivery tam
      • Develops innovative solutions to unique clinical needs of population served
      • Collaborates effectively with team members
      • Develops strong relationships with stakeholders


    CRJ provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.


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