Be part of a professional team of both clinical and non-clinical counselors as part of our civilian Counseling and Advocacy Program (CAP) dedicated to providing counseling services to individuals, families, and groups, on matters such as parent-child interaction, couples communication, stress reduction, adjustment to military lifestyles, separation anxiety, addiction and sexual assault prevention and response. Manage cases and provide psycho-educational training programs. Counseling includes psychosocial assessments, identifying crisis situations, e.g. suicide or homicide risk, danger of physical or sexual abuse to family members, and increased risk of further family violence. Provide treatment plans, and/or make appropriate referral. Provide crisis intervention and safety planning as required. Must independently manage assigned cases; maintain case records, treatment plans, and statistics in accordance with Navy policies and regulations. Participate in community liaison meetings, educate and provide case specific consultation to military and civilian agencies. Give back to these first responders, service members and their families in a safe, secure environment that allows you to achieve a work life balance and self care. Locations in beautiful Kitsap, Snohomish & Island County, Washington State.