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Abuse and Crisis Counselor
Transcript of Abuse and Crisis Counselor
Earnings depend on employer, location, education, and responsibilities SAMPLE CAREER PATH LEVEL 1Intake WorkerEARNINGS$25,000 to $30,000 a year REQUIREMENTS• Bachelor’s degree in social work or a related field RESPONSIBILITIES Interviewing potential clients on the phone and in person; researching issues and programs; doing limited counseling of clients.
LEVEL 2Abuse / Crisis CounselorEARNINGS$30,000 to $55,000 a year REQUIREMENTS• Experience dealing with victims of abuse RESPONSIBILITIES Interviewing potential clients on the phone and in person; researching issues and programs; counseling clients; supervising other counselors
LEVEL 3Senior Abuse / Crisis CounselorEARNINGS$40,000 to $70,000 a year REQUIREMENTS• Several years of experience dealing with clients • Possibly a Master of Social Work degree RESPONSIBILITIES Interviewing potential clients on the phone and in person; researching issues and programs; counseling clients; supervising other counselors; planning, directing, and evaluating the agency’s programs and policies.
Working Conditions Abuse and crisis counselors are employed by hospitals, shelters, school boards, colleges, social service agencies, and various non-profit organizations. They work indoors in offices or counseling rooms. Education & Training In some cases, abuse and crisis counselors can find work in the field with only a bachelor’s degree. Bachelor’s degree programs in social work, human services, and psychology are offered by colleges across the country. Many of these programs include counseling courses. Related Occupations Addictions CounselorAdoption CounselorBereavement CounselorCareer CounselorChild and Youth WorkerClergyCommunity WorkerCredit CounselorFamily PhysicianGenetic CounselorMarriage and Family TherapistPsychiatristPsychologist Rehabilitation CounselorReligious WorkerSchool CounselorSocial Worker High School Classes Grade 9
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Conclusion Why I want to do this career… I want to do this career because I want to help people who have problems that the need to talk to someone about…
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