The Family Partnership

May 19, 2017

Position: Part time Program Supervisor of the Diversity Social Work Advancement Program (DSWAP) and  part time clinical therapist.

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Since 1878, The Family Partnership has given help and hope to more than one million people in the Twin Cities. Through counseling, education programs and advocacy, we support families in need and empower them to solve their problems.


This position is the combination of a part time Program Supervisor of the Diversity Social Work Advancement Program (DSWAP) and a part time clinical therapist.

There are two primary objectives of this position: The first is the responsibility of the day-to-day clinical supervision of the Diversity Social Work Advancement Program. The DSWAP Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for supervision of up to six social work interns and for management of the project, which includes contracts and reporting with collaborative partners, financial management, as well as other assignments performed under limited supervision. The second is to provide outpatient therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. This position will provide professional, confidential, individual, couple, group, and family psychotherapy services to help clients address issues including emotional/behavioral problems, environmental conditions and social/financial difficulties, as well as perform other assignments under supervision.


Program Supervision

Responsible for the day-to-day clinical and programmatic supervision of DSWAP interns and program, including individual and group supervision to DSWAP participants including recent graduates.
Develop and monitor MOUs and contractual agreements for DSWAP with all project and community partners.
Complete all required performance reports for stakeholders

Therapy Services

  • Evaluate clients to determine appropriateness for Agency services.
  • Conduct Diagnostic Assessments.
  • Develop treatment plans.
  • Provide services based upon treatment plan utilizing individual, couple, group, family counseling, etc., strategies.
  • Provide crisis intervention services for ongoing clients and non-clients in emergency situations.