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Primary Responsibilities: The Youth and Child Therapist position will coordinate and implement an individual and group victim-centered therapeutic response to victim survivors of sexual trauma and abuse including children, youth and their families.

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Primary Responsibilities: The Youth and Child Therapist position will coordinate and implement an individual and group victim-centered therapeutic response to victim survivors of sexual trauma and abuse including children, youth and their families.

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All, Outside Kansas
Posted 1 month ago

NNEDV seeks a visionary leader with an informed passion for ending domestic violence and a record of accomplishment in leading complex organizations. The successful candidate will build upon NNEDV’s extraordinary past and will harness the full power of the coalition members to advance NNEDV’s thought leadership and strengthen the voice of the domestic violence field.

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Primary Responsibilities: To coordinate and lead a collaborative project between partnering agencies. Assist in planning and implementing the Office on Violence Against Women Disability Grant program focused on addressing sexual assault perpetrated against people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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