Qualifications and Benefits
The successful candidate must have a doctorate in Counseling Psychology or Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program and a successfully completed pre-doctoral internship.
The preferred candidate will have experience in a college/university counseling center as well as experience in a health care setting such as a hospital, medical clinic, veterans' hospital or mental health center. Experience with health psychology, eating disorders, and mood disorders in an interdisciplinary environment is preferred.
In addition, the ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
- Demonstrated ability to conduct brief counseling and crisis assessment and intervention with a variety of mental health issues and client populations
- Demonstrated skills in consultation and liaison with a variety of physical and mental health professionals
- Demonstrated clinical experience in treating individuals with medical and mental health issues
- Demonstrated skills in providing outreach and psycho-educational services
- Knowledge of developmental issues in University populations
- Knowledge of applicable laws and ethics pertaining to mental health
- Demonstrated multicultural competence
- Demonstrated ability to work as a team member in an interdisciplinary environment
The stipend for the full time position is $47,800, plus available benefits participation.