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Commander, Navy Installations

Generalist Counselor Advocate

Job Details

Hiring Organization Commander, Navy Installations
Post Name Generalist Counselor Advocate
Qualification Possession of a Master’s or Doctoral Degree
Industry  Private
Employment Type Full-Time
Work Hours 8 Hours
Salary KRW 5210000 Per Month
Location  Busan, Busan, South Korea 600011

Job Description


Clinical Counseling duties comprise 40% of the incumbent’s time and include but are not limited to:

  • Provides short-term, solution-focused psychological counseling for individuals, couples, families, and groups of people in crisis.
  • Assesses individual/family needs; explores basic personality structure in relation to behavior patterns, mechanisms, and symptoms.
  • Receives and assesses referrals made by military and civilian agencies.
  • Coordinates legal, medical, and social services including commands, to assist in treatment and referral.
  • Initiates develop and facilitates group treatment programs to address the needs of families, such as marital groups and child and adolescent groups.
  • Maintains case records, treatment plans, and statistics in accordance with Navy policies and regulations and updates Management Information System data collection programs as required.
  • Ensures compliance with Regional Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and FFSC quality standards and Counseling Desk Guides.
  • Drafts letters to commands, Navy Housing, Security, and other departments as required regarding case management/progress.
  • Follows all Navy and FFSC policies and procedures in a manner reflective of his/her level of privilege respecting any limitations in the scope of FFSC services as per instruction, in the event of a mental health emergency or high-risk situation.

Case Management duties comprise 40% of the incumbent’s time and include but are not limited to:

  • Performs Family Advocacy Case Management duties, which include receiving initial reports of suspected child and spouse abuse from military and civilian representatives and taking all steps required under the FAP.
  • Provides safety planning, case management, treatment, and education services related to child abuse and spouse abuse.
  • Serves as a designated case manager and primary FAP point of contact for spouse and child abuse cases ensuring all actions are in compliance with Department of Defense (DoD) and Navy instructions and civilian reporting requirements.
  • Provides timely completion of all required assessments and documentation (e.g., Family Advocacy Risk Assessment). Uses information to present initial and follow-up case reviews at the multidisciplinary (e.g., medical, legal, law enforcement, related community agencies such as child protective services, etc.) Case Review Committee (CRC) and/or Incident Determination Committee (IDC) and Clinical Case Staff Meeting (CCSM).
  • Presents complete and concise case presentations to the CRC documenting results and implementing recommendations according to guidelines.
  • Provides ongoing case management services to assess service and family member needs, confirms follow-through with treatment recommendations, and provides additional resources referrals as warranted by the case status.
  • Develops and provides group and individual treatment targeting at-risk and substantiated victims and offenders of family violence.
  • Prepares and maintains program documentation, records, and reports.
  • Provides timely and accurate completion of the DD Form 2486 to address the status of all allegations related to assigned cases.
  • Ensures mandated reporting of child and spouse abuse is completed in accordance with DoD, federal, and state laws governing mandated reporting of family violence.
  • Maintains clinical case records, treatment plans, and required statistical data.
  • Prepares case summary reports and maintains ongoing contact with the Counseling and Advocacy Program Supervisor (CAPS) for all child sexual abuse cases involving alleged active duty offenders.
  • Facilitates FAP training and education services to ensure active duty military and their families are aware of the problems of domestic violence and the services available to them.
  • Conducts briefs, workshops, and training related to family violence for clinical staff, CRC/IDC/CCSM members, and Command Family Advocacy Representatives where appropriate.
  • Recommends modifications to professional education programs and training lesson plans based on accurate and most current information regarding the FAP and family violence.
  • Participates in the development of group treatment curriculum including, where appropriate, session-specific materials, and research-based justifications.
  • Participates, as directed, in coordinating and/or providing in-service training to other FFSC staff.


Conditions of Employment

  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Security Clearance.
  • The position is subject to the Health Practitioner Credential Review and Privileging requirements
  • Must be Tier III qualified in accordance with SECNAVINST 1754.7A requirements.
  • U.S. citizens overseas under ordinarily resident status are not eligible for appointment under the Status of Forces Agreement.


Must be Tier III qualified in accordance with SECNAVINST 1754.7A requirements.

  • Possession of a current, valid, unrestricted license or certification that provides legal authority to provide clinical services as an independent practitioner in the fields of Social Work, Psychology, or Marriage and Family Therapy.
  • Possession of a master’s or doctoral degree in one of the following disciplines:
  • Marriage and Family Therapy from a program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE) or an equivalent degree.
  • Social Work from a school accredited by Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) or an equivalent degree.
  • Psychology from a doctoral program approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) or an equivalent degree.
  • Have engaged in 2 years (includes at least 2000 hours), of full-time, post-masters supervised clinical experience.
  • Have engaged in two years or 2,000 hours of post-licensure full-time clinical experience in a clinical setting.


  • Knowledge and understanding of military lifestyles include frequent separations and high-stress working environments that have an extensive impact on individuals and their families.
  • Knowledge and ability to use a personal computer and a variety of software programs to develop multimedia presentations and facilitate work assignments.
  • Knowledge of laws, rules, regulations, policies, procedures, directives, and instructions governing child and spouse abuse and family violence issues.
  • Knowledge of group dynamics and diagnostic skills is necessary for family violence identification, risk assessment, and safety planning.
  • Knowledge of family violence treatment principles for victims and offenders.
  • Knowledge in the areas of family systems particularly as it relates to patterns of abusive behavior and abuse response, substance abuse, human behavior, human sexuality, attention deficit disorder, and juvenile delinquency.
  • Knowledge of intensive psychosocial services and a wide range of skills (casework, group work, individual and family therapy). Cases may involve multiple difficult and complex family problems including dual diagnoses, violence and impulsivity, and a variety of other mental health problems.
  • Ability to apply family systems, brief solution-focused, and motivation-interviewing treatment techniques.
  • Ability to present sensitive, at times controversial information to groups of people in a clear, concise manner.
  • Ability to modify programs to meet the ever-changing needs of the active duty military community.
  • Ability to recognize, identify and assess mental disorders per the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual.
  • Ability to recognize and define personal and social problems, independently reach accurate conclusions, and provide appropriate solutions.
  • Ability to effectively interview, and clinically respond to the needs of clients including assessing suicidal, homicidal, and substance abuse.
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

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