Join us in the fight against child abuse.
The Forensic Interviewer conducts developmentally and culturally appropriate and legally defensible forensic interviews of children and adolescents alleging sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect, and other crimes and exposure to violence using established forensic interviewing protocol such as Child First or FIT. This is a full- time, salaried position and is entitled to full benefits offered by the Tree House CAC. This position is required to be physically present in the office. More »
The Client Coordinator worksclosely with the Office Manager as well as the Medical, Mental Health, Advocacy and Forensic Interview teams, handling a variety of tasks in order to ensure that all interactions between the organization and the client families are positive and productive. Must be able to communicate with all different levels with bilingual Spanish a requirement. More »
Please also consider volunteering your time to The Tree House Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County, MD.
The Tree House is not accepting interns for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Post Docs will provide trauma therapy to children ages 2-18 and their parents/families. Therapy may include individual therapy, parent training, sibling therapy and family therapy. Post Docs will carry a case load of 10-15 children depending on comfort level and training goals.
Students will be involved in phone screenings, intakes, risk assessments, debriefings after forensic interviews, and therapy. Students will work with children ranging from 2 years through 18 providing direct, individual therapy as well as parent training, sibling therapy and family therapy.
Why Work at The Tree House Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County, MD?
You’re seeking a career that makes your community a better place.
As a part of The Tree House Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County, MD team, you will help children in the local community, and provide hope and healing to all the children and families we serve.
Approach every family without judgement and seek understanding.
Collaboration is the best approach to prevent and respond to child abuse.
Be creative, try new approaches, and be open to the latest best-practices.