Women and Children’s Therapist (Lancaster Campus)

January 31, 2023

Job Title: Women’s and Children’s Therapist   Location: Non-Residential _ Outreach Office (5020 S. Lancaster Rd)  Program: Clinical Services  Schedule: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri 9:00am to 5:00pm; Tues 11:00am to 7:00pm  Supervisor: Sr. Director of Clinical and Non-Residential Services    Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support is a non-profit agency providing a continuum of care for women…

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Hotline Specialist (Part-Time)

January 9, 2023

Job Title:       Hotline Specialist (Part-Time) Program:       Hotline _ Crisis Response Schedule:      Fri – Sun 11 PM – 7 AM Supervisor:   Director of Hotline   Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support is a non-profit agency providing a continuum of care for women and children who are victims of family violence. For thirty years, Genesis has been…

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Indigenous Communities and DV

November 14, 2022

At Genesis, we often will speak to the fact that domestic violence knows no single race, religion, ability, socioeconomic status, or culture. However,  it is important to recognize that while domestic violence is pervasive in all communities, some communities see greater rates of domestic violence and are impacted by culturally-situated forms of abuse. This is…

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Women and Children’s Therapist (Lancaster Campus)

January 31, 2023

Job Title: Women’s and Children’s Therapist   Location: Non-Residential _ Outreach Office (5020 S. Lancaster Rd)  Program: Clinical Services  Schedule: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri 9:00am to 5:00pm; Tues 11:00am to 7:00pm  Supervisor: Sr. Director of Clinical and Non-Residential Services    Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support is a non-profit agency providing a continuum of care for women…

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Hotline Specialist (Part-Time)

January 9, 2023

Job Title:       Hotline Specialist (Part-Time) Program:       Hotline _ Crisis Response Schedule:      Fri – Sun 11 PM – 7 AM Supervisor:   Director of Hotline   Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support is a non-profit agency providing a continuum of care for women and children who are victims of family violence. For thirty years, Genesis has been…

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Indigenous Communities and DV

November 14, 2022

At Genesis, we often will speak to the fact that domestic violence knows no single race, religion, ability, socioeconomic status, or culture. However,  it is important to recognize that while domestic violence is pervasive in all communities, some communities see greater rates of domestic violence and are impacted by culturally-situated forms of abuse. This is…

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What I Hope She Remembers: A Therapist’s Perspective

October 17, 2022

I have been working with survivors of domestic violence for over four years as a Women’s and Children’s Therapist. In this time, I have had the privilege of witnessing the healing of so many women and children. I find that almost all the survivors I have interacted with have very similar struggles and work through…

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El punto de intersección entre la violencia doméstica y la inmigración

September 26, 2022

Todos hemos escuchado esto antes. Muchos de nosotros quizá aún lo hemos preguntado. Cuando se trata de conversaciones sobre violencia doméstica, no es raro escuchar esta frecuente pregunta: “¿Por qué ella no se va?” Mientras Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support (Génesis) está trabajando para cambiar la conversación, es importante entender los desafíos que las mujeres…

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What is Visitation Camp?

September 12, 2022

Many children of separated or divorced parents are required to spend time with their abusive fathers on weekends and holidays. Many spend one month of the summer and/or two weeks in the winter away from their mom; court-ordered to be with their dad for extended visits. At Genesis, we see the negative effects these visits…

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Unpacking Summer Visitations with Dad

August 15, 2022

Children whose parents have shared custody of them may have regular visits with their non-custodial parent throughout the school year. However, holidays and school breaks are a time of extended visitations for the child to spend with their non-custodial parent, or the parent they do not primarily live with. In Texas, when a standard possession…

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Early Childhood Development

July 5, 2022

Early childhood development is something we know is important. However, what is early childhood development? How does a caregiver know they are fostering an environment for a child that supports their early childhood development? Early childhood development is the early years of a child’s life, when the child is learning about the world. Children take…

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Is your agency prepared to support LGBTQ+ Domestic Violence Survivors?

June 9, 2022

Domestic Violence, Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Assault. All three of these come with a very specific image in mind. One that often puts women as the victim and men as the abuser. While this image is not inaccurate, it does fail to reflect the broad impact domestic violence has on our communities and our society,…

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Supporting Children who are Abused

April 18, 2022

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month in America. Sadly, nearly 700,000 children are abused in the US each year. Studies also show that 60-70% of homes where a woman is abused by her partner, the children are abused as well. And children who were exposed to violence in the home are 15 times more likely…

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