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Clinical Supervisor

HOPE Program continues to grow. Our clinical team of licensed therapists and registered associates are dedicated to helping our clients build healthy, lasting relationships by developing communication and life skills, processing difficult experiences and emotions, and fostering personal growth. We offer both long-term and short-term solution-focused interventions to assist our clients’ individual needs.


We see clients who are struggling with relationships, families, parenting, mental illness, personality disorders, and who have problems with the legal system. We work in forensics, we work in trauma, and we work in substance abuse. As a member of our team, our clinicians work with both voluntary and mandated clients individually, in couples and families, and in groups.


If you have leadership experience and a passion for working in the forensic mental health field, you are encouraged to consider an outstanding career opportunity with HOPE Program.


HOPE Program provides individualized & specialized services for:

  • Adult Male & Female Offenders

  • Developmentally Delayed Offenders

  • Mentally Disordered Offenders

  • Sexually Abusive Adolescents

  • Chaperone Training Program

Job Overview

In this role, you will have some supervision experience and sex offender and/or forensic experience. The primary role is to provide supervision and training to staff and direct services to the forensic population


This is a full-time position.


Responsibilities and Duties


In this role, you will:

  • Clinical assessment and treatment of sex offenders

  • Clinical assessment and treatment of non-offending relatives

  • Case management

  • To maintain program documentation as required

  • To represent the agency as needed in the community (i.e. serving on committees, making presentations on our programs, etc)

  • To participate in agency clinical meetings, team meetings, and staff meetings as well as participate in in-service training.

  • Providing individualized and group supervision for unlicensed and licensed staff.

  • Maintain agency documentation as required

  • Ongoing communication with referral sources

  • Attend training, conferences, and workshops

  • Be CASOMB Associate Level and provide supervision to CASOMB Apprentice

  • Provide supervision to Practicum Students, Board of Psychology or Board of Behavioral Science registered supervisees

  • Provide court testimony

  • Other duties as assigned



  • Masters Degree in Psychology or related field

  • Minimum of 2 years of overall adult sex offender treatment experience, or 5 years of clinical experience with other populations as an independent, licensed practitioner

  • Licensed with Board of Behavioral Sciences in the State of California

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