CBEM brings lasting, positive changes to the individuals with developmental disabilities we serve, some of whom experience mental illness. Our process begins with observations from which we design a comprehensive plan. It continues on as we teach our clients and their circle of support how to obtain positive, sustainable outcomes.

Position: Critical Intervention Specialist

Location: Napa, CA (and surrounding counties: Solano, Napa, Sonoma), In-Person/Onsite Required

Reports to: Program Director

Employment Status: Full-time, Exempt

Required Education: Psychology, Human Services, Counseling, Social Work, Special Education, Applied Behavior Analysis, Sociology, or other related Psychological fields

Salary:$71,090 + opportunities for quarterly bonuses 


Who We Are: Leaders in Innovate Crisis Services

CBEM provides holistic support and services for individuals with developmental disabilities and co-occurring physical and mental health disorders.  

We get to know our clients first, then design a comprehensive plan to address both immediate and long term needs. Our holistic approach supports both the individuals we service and their circle of support to maintain stability.

CBEM provides acute and chronic crisis support, training and skill development, family and caregiver support, and Regional Center integration. 

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Why Join Us: 

As a CBEM Employee, you will have an opportunity to be a leader in innovative crisis services. CBEM offers the following benefits: 

  • Positive learning environment
  • 12 Paid Holidays a year
  • 4 Wellness Days
  • Paid vacation & sick time
  • Language differentials
  • Mileage & travel reimbursements
  • Medical, Vision, and Dental Insurance (Insurance benefits are active on your start date)
  • Health & Wellness Reimbursement 
  • Company laptop and phone
  • Group Supervision from a PsyD, PhD, and or LMFT/LCSW
  • Opportunities for growth and advancement


Who You Are: 

  • Must hold a Master’s Degree in Psychology, Human Services, Counseling, Social Work, Special Education, Applied Behavior Analysis, Sociology, or other related Psychological fields.
  • Experience in the human services field required. 
  • Must have a California Driver’s license in good standing and insurance. 
  • Preferred experience with the Developmentally Disabled population is a bonus!
  • Given the requirements of the crisis response time, applicants must live in close proximity to or in the catchment area (which includes the following counties (Sonoma, Napa, or Solano counties).


The Job:

  • Provide support to individuals in crisis; preventative, acute, or chronic crisis management. 
  • Develop a Stabilization Plan and Case Review. 
  • Consult with a Psychiatrist, BCBA, and Psychologist. 
  • Participate in a hotline rotation to address acute crisis calls. 
  • Participate in clinical trainings 
  • Participate and/or facilitate Interdisciplinary planning meetings. 

Interview Steps:

  • Initial Phone Screen. 
  • 1st Interview.
  • Final Interview. 



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