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Staff Therapist

Job Title: Licensed Sexual Assault Therapist (LPC, LMSW, LCSW, LPC-A)

Location: 3325 Silverstone Dr, Plano TX 75023

Schedule: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM with one 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM - Some telehealth required.


Summary: The Sexual Assault Therapist will provide individual therapy and group therapy to survivors of childhood sexual abuse, rape, sex trafficking, and other forms of sexual violence. The Sexual Assault Therapist is responsible for triage and evaluation of client treatment goals, trauma-informed collaborative treatment planning, ongoing standardized assessments of client symptomology and progress, and finding appropriate resources and referrals for client(s). The Sexual Assault Therapist will also facilitate learning within the agency via presentations and participate in all clinical and appropriate agency-wide trainings and events.



1. Provide in-office and telehealth counseling services to survivors of sexual assault via crisis intervention, individual therapy, and group therapy.

2. Maintain timely and appropriate service and case documentation on all clients, including session date, progress notes, follow-up services, and assessments.

3. Participate in regular current training on impact of trauma and treatment for sexual assault survivors to advocates, staff, organizations, and community groups.

4. Provide training on impact of trauma and treatment for sexual assault survivors to advocates, staff, and clinical interns.

5. Complete Grant Activity Monthly grant reports to funders.

6. Provide coverage for 24/7 hotline as needed, with minimum of two shifts per month.

7. Provide ongoing Mentorship to one assigned clinical student.


Physical Demands and Work Environment:

With reasonable accommodation, this position requires:

  1. The ability to work 40 hours per week in an office setting with varying clients and staff, with prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.

  2. The manual dexterity to sufficiently operate phones, computers, and other office and medical equipment.

  3. The ability to communicate clearly and accurately to convey information using the English language, both verbally and in writing, and possess visual acuity capable of drafting, editing, reviewing, and/or comprehending materials in a standard typeface size 10 font or above.

  4. Be able to intermittently push, pull, or lift 15 pounds at times.

  5. Occasional exposure to adverse working conditions, including exposure to safety hazards, loud noise, traffic, inclement weather conditions.

  6. Must pass all required criminal history background checks; have a valid Texas driver’s license and provide Department of Public Safety proof of driving record acceptable to agency insurers for the past three years; and must submit to pre-employment drug screen and TB test as well as random drug screens when directed.

  7. Occasional travel between hospitals and community agencies.



1. A Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in counseling or social work is required. Current licensure (or eligibility for licensure) in Texas as LPC, LCSW or equivalent is required. Knowledge of Spanish and fluency in the language is highly preferred. You must have an existing Clinical Supervisor if you are not fully licensed in Texas.

2. Experience with EMDR, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Somatic experiencing, and other polyvagal or trauma-informed approaches, especially for treatment of acute and chronically traumatized crime victims, is highly preferred.

3. Experience leading therapeutic groups as a clinician is strongly preferred.

4. High energy and desire to learn alongside other staff therapists and agency members to offer highest quality of care to clients served.

5. Must be able to cultivate and maintain positive and professional working relationships with clients, agency staff, and active clinical interns.

6. Ongoing attention, practice, and assessment of physical, emotional, and psychological self-care is required. This may include individual therapy, internal and external coping skills, and a working support system.

7. Must complete 40 hours of mandated OAG Sexual Assault Advocate training during upcoming quarterly cycle of training. If training is more than one month in the future, informal training will begin before OAG scheduled training.

To apply, send your resume to:

Forensic Nurse

Title: Forensic Nurse

Reports to: Forensic Nurse Program Manager
Location: Dallas/Plano

Summary: The Forensic Nurse (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) will provide timely, non-judgmental, compassionate care to sexual assault victims to include a forensic exam, assessing the need for prophylaxis for pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, photographic documentation (when equipment is available) and referrals for appropriate medical and psychological follow-up. The Forensic Nurse is expected to follow protocols established by the Medical Director, The Turning Point, Forensic Nursing Program Manager and Collin County SART.

Full job description here

To apply, send your resume to:

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