In keeping with the mission, orientations, values and general policies of Services Enfance & Famille Anicinabe Mino Obigiwasin, or under the supervision of the Specialized Services Coordinator, the incumbent is responsible for providing professional psycho-educational services, i.e., assessment, consultation, intervention and re-education services to people experiencing psychosocial adjustment difficulties, with a view to promoting their autonomy and resolving or preventing conflicts.
He/she helps clients acquire the means to maintain or improve their physical, intellectual, emotional, social and interpersonal functioning, and his/her approach is centered on highlighting the person's strengths and harnessing available resources to help them find a new balance. Finally, he/she works closely with an interdisciplinary team.
ROLE & RESPONSABILITIES
- Use the psychoeducator's specific tools to assess the adaptive capacities of the individual, family and environment.
- Understand the individual's behaviours and treat the symptoms that cause psychological discomfort or distress, and reduce the impact on the client's functioning in the various spheres of his or her life.
- Develop and apply an adapted intervention plan, based on a scientific approach, update it as needed, and ensure follow-up with the various stakeholders involved.
- Help clients understand the causes of their adjustment difficulties and acquire the skills needed to restore the balance between themselves, their environment and the interaction between the two.
- Help clients identify, understand and improve their relational functioning, and develop conflict resolution skills.
- Ensure optimal intervention and follow-up of specific cases entrusted to him/her (e.g. special mandates: mental health, suicide, emergency measures, etc.).
- Maintain an up-to-date file for each client, in which all relevant observations and information on the client's condition are recorded according to established procedures.
- Develop prevention, promotion, education and screening programs to meet the needs of the clientele and the clinical needs of the educators.
- Evaluate activities and produce summary reports as required by the organization.
- Work closely with members of the interdisciplinary team in a context of exchange and complementarity.
- Participate in and actively contribute to various projects, clinical or administrative meetings, and working committees related to his/her files.
- Member of the Ordre des psychoéducatrices et psychoéducateurs du Québec.
- Relevant experience in the treatment and accompaniment of various problems: bereavement, break-ups, family crisis, relationship difficulties, substance abuse and treatment of various traumas following sexual abuse or witnessing various types of violence or severe neglect.
- Knowledge and experience in the First Nations environment is an asset.
- Knowledge of the YPA and Bill C-92.
- Skills and attitudes required
- Comfortable working with family constellations.
- Take into account cultural issues and community values.
- Fluency in spoken and written French/English.
- Judgment and discernment.
- Sense of planning and organization.
- Ability to adapt.
- Promote cultural security.
- Time and priority management.
- Synthesis skills.
- Oral and written communication skills.
- Problem analysis and resolution.
- Ability to intervene in emergency or crisis situations.
- Ability to work as part of a team.
- Ability to manage stress.
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15 days of leave : Sickness and Wellness
Hiring priority Priority is given to First Nations and Inuit of Quebec. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.