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YWCA York: Therapists

YWCA York has essential opportunities for Master’s level Therapists to work in direct service to victims of sexual assault and other violent crimes.  This would include individual and group counseling, program development and education on the effects of trauma and violent crime.  YWCA York is focused on mindfulness as it plays a role in both the success of our clients and our staff to focus on self-care and healing in a trauma informed manner.

The Therapists provide counseling to child, adolescent and adult victims and their significant others.  Counseling consists of planning, development and implementation of multiple support groups and activities for children, teens and adults.

The qualifications for these positions require a completed Master’s Degree in counseling, psychology or social work.  A minimum of two years post-graduate experience working with victims of trauma and demonstrated knowledge of the needs of victims of sexual violence and other violent crimes.  Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply.

To view the complete position description please visit our website at and select the “Get Involved” tab to apply and submit a resume.