Project Manager, Clinical Supervisor, Family Therapists
Archways have been commissioned to establish a new project in the north side of Dublin to address the challenges faced by young people involved or are at risk of involvement in crime networks. The project will have a strong focus on family support and will work with partner agencies to provide targeted interventions to young people and their families. The project will run for a 3 year period and as part of the University of Limerick ‘Greentown Project’ aims to reduce the influence of criminal networks on young people and provide them with alternative pro-social pathways. Full training will be provided in the Functional Family Therapy model.
Archways now wishes to recruit one full-time and one part-time therapist based in Midlands.
Archways are establishing a new functional family therapy service in the Midlands area with Tulsa to address the challenges faced by young people and their families with complex needs. The positions will be based in the Midlands area. The exact location to be agreed with the successful candidates. The positions will be for an initial one-year period. Full training will be provided in the Functional Family Therapy model.
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Aileen O’Donoghue CEO
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Sean Mc Donnell: Deputy CEO – firstname.lastname@example.org
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Alice Ann Lee: Clinical Supervisor – Families First Therapy -email@example.com
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