Multiple Psychology Job Announcements

Multiple Psychology Job Announcements

1. University of South Carolina Upstate: Associate Director of Counseling Services

2. University of Delaware: Psychologist

3. Navy Medical Center (VA): Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology

4. Positive Outcomes Psychological Services (GA): Postdoctoral Fellowship

5. Pennsylvania State University: Psychologist

6. Pennsylvania State University: Post doctoral Positions (2)

7. Citrus Health Network, Inc. (FL): Post Doctoral Residencies (4)

8. Brown University (RI): Staff Psychotherapist

9. Brown University (RI): Staff Psychotherapist (9 month)

10. Brown University (RI): Staff Psychiatrist

11. Appalachian State University (NC): Post-Doctoral Psychology Resident

12. University of Idaho: Vice Provost of Student Affairs and Dean of Students

13. University of Washington: Counseling Center Psychologist

14. University of North Carolina, Wilmington: Assistant Director – Community Engagement / Staff Psychologist

15. Purdue University (IN): Assistant/Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology

16. Regis University (CO): Gender Violence Prevention Program Coordinator

17. University of New Haven (CT): Director, Counseling and Psychological Services

18. Binghamton University (NY): Senior Counselor

19. Oliver-Pyatt Centers of South Miami (FL): Primary Therapist

20. California State University, Long Beach: Temporary Full-Time Psychologist

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1. University of South Carolina Upstate

The University of South Carolina Upstate, located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, is advertising to fill an Associate Director of Counseling Services position.  This position is twelve months, workswith the Director, Assistant Director, three counselors and three administrative assistants.  In addition the center contracts with area psychiatrists who come twice monthly.  All services are free to students.  The center sees about 10% of the student population(total population averages 5500) and most exciting, is that of those accessing services, over 41% are students of color.  This center is committed to ensuring culturally competent services for all students.  For more information about this position see theattached PD or visit our Human Resources Website

http://uscjobs.sc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=74216%20%20%20<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fuscjobs.sc.edu%2fapplicants%2fCentral%3fquickFind%3d74216%2520%2520%2520> .

Position Information

Job Title: Human Services Coordinator II

Internal Title: Associate Director of Counseling Services

Band: 6

Requisition Number: 007696

Minimum Salary: $37,945 – $65,000

Salary Range: $37,945 – $65,000

Pay Basis: 12 months

Department: USC Upstate – Student Affairs

Campus: USC Upstate – Spartanburg, SC

Expected Fill Date: July 2014

Job Posting Date: 06-20-2014

Minimum Posting Period Ends   06-26-2014

Type of Position: Permanent Staff

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Category: Professional/Administrative

Job Description Associate Director of Counseling Services/Training Director will provide clinical supervision for counselors and graduate and post graduate interns, psychological evaluations and psychotherapy,prepares assessments of impairment, plan, supervise and evaluate psychological programs and support the development of culturally competent center. Assist with strategic planning and budget development in conjunction with the Director of Counseling Services.

– Performs psychological evaluations and psychotherapy.

– Advises subordinate psychologists regarding test interpretation, treatment strategies and therapeutic interventions including documented supervision of unlicensed counselors or those seeking licensing; Participatesin treatment team meetings; advises on individual treatment plans.

– Provides information and serves as a resource for the center regarding psychological services including enhanced cultural competency of staff.

– Prepares assessments of impairment including comprehensive residual functional capacity determinations that outline all limitations imposed by medical impairments.

– In conjunction with the Director, plans, supervises and evaluates psychological programs to determine if desired objectives are being achieved.

– Develops and presents training sessions (approved CE) for professional staff and community mental health providers.

– Assist with budget development strategic planning for Counseling Services.

Assist with the coordination of clinical supervision for center’s staff and graduate interns.

Minimum Qualifications: A doctorate in applied psychology from an accredited college or university required.

Knowledge of current psychological theory and practice, assessment, disability determination and ethical and professional practice of psychology essential. Ability to supervise, train and evaluate professionalstaff. Ability to communicate effectively with clients, faculty, staff, administrators and agencies in the community. An understanding of cultural competency and experience with diverse populations essential.

Preferred Qualifications: Strongly prefer SC licensing (e.g. LPC, LMSW, LMFT, licensed Psychologist specifically licensed clinical supervisor) and five years’ work experience in college setting.

Special Instructions to Applicants: Successful background check is required.

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2. University of Delaware

Psychologist

Department
Center for Counseling and Student Development

Salary Range
Competitive with excellent benefits

Position Description
The Center for Counseling and Student Development (CCSD) at the University of Delaware seeks a psychologist for a full-time, 12-month position. We are seeking a strong generalist with a passion for working with college students. The successful candidatewill have demonstrated skills and interests in the following: individual therapy, group therapy, training/supervision, outreach, and consultation. A multi-disciplinary unit, the CCSD is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services andsponsors an APA-accredited predoctoral internship and a postdoctoral fellowship. The CCSD serves as a practicum site for doctoral candidates. As an agency, the CCSD exemplifies a collaborative spirit of warmth, acceptance, respect, trust with all colleagues,and a proven healthy working environment. The staff consists of 14 psychologists, two psychiatrists, four predoctoral interns, three postdoctoral fellows, and five support staff. Salary is competitive with excellent benefits. Additional information availableat www.udel.edu/counseling<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.udel.edu%2fcounseling>.

Minimum Qualifications
Completed doctorate in counseling or clinical psychology, with an internship in a college or university counseling center. Applicants must have demonstrated experience in college counseling, excellent clinical skills, sensitivity to diversity, and a commitmentto campus involvement. Successful completion of a background check is required.

Desired Qualifications
Satisfactory completion of a postdoctoral fellowship or relevant post-degree experience in a college or university counseling center. Currently licensed or license eligible as a psychologist. Experience in the multiple functions of a comprehensive counselingcenter utilizing a brief therapy model and crisis intervention.

University Description
The University of Delaware is a State-assisted institution, offering courses in a broad range of disciplines, including three associates programs, 146 bachelor’s programs, 119 master’s programs, 58 doctoral programs, and 15 joint degree graduate programs.Fall 2012 enrollment totaled 21,856 which included 17,484 undergraduates, 3,654 graduate students, and 781 professional and continuing studies students. First semester begins in September, the second in February; a five-week winter session intervenes. Thereare two summer sessions of five weeks.

Region Description
The University is in Newark, a pleasant community of about 30,000. It is 15 miles from Wilmington, Delaware’s largest city and halfway between New York City and Washington, D.C. Philadelphia is a one-hour drive to the north and Baltimore, Maryland, onehour to the south. Delaware, New Jersey, and Maryland ocean beaches are less than two hours drive; the mountains of Maryland and Pennsylvania, which each offer four-season activities including boating, hiking, fishing, and skiing, are within a few hours drivefrom campus.

Required Application Materials
Must apply on-line at www.udel.edu/udjobs<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=file%3a%2f%2f%2fC%3a%5cUsers%5ccbetzel%5cDropbox%5cCCC%5cACCTA%2520Job%2520Announcements%5cwww.udel.edu%5cudjobs>,providing a resume and a cover letter which addresses your interest in the position and outlines relevant skills and experience. Note that three letters of reference should be sent directly to office address provided here.

Application Deadline
Review of applications will begin on June 30, however, applications will continue to be received and reviewed until the position is filled.

Starting Date
September 1, 2014

Web Address
udel.edu/Counseling<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.universitycounselingjobs.com%2fudel.edu%2fCounseling>

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3. Navy Medical Center, Portsmouth, Virginia

NAVY POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

The Navy has one remaining opening for a one-year, APA-accredited
postdoctoral fellowship program in Clinical Psychology at the Navy Medical
Center in Portsmouth, Virginia. Start date for the fellowship is 29
September 2014.  No prior military experience is required. The successful
applicant will be commissioned as a Lieutenant on active duty in the Navy
prior to starting the fellowship and will attend a five week officer
orientation program from 24 August – 26 September. Graduates of the
fellowship will serve on active duty as a Navy Psychologist for three years
after completing the program. Descriptions of the program and applicant
qualifications are outlined below.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
The fellowship is organized around a Practitioner-Scholar training model
designed to provide the “generalist” clinician advanced skills across a
broad array of foundational and functional professional competencies.
Training occurs through an intensive, full-time, in-service period of
clinical, didactic, and leadership experiences, all within the context of
meeting the mental health needs of the contemporary military service member
and the military family.  In particular, the program addresses the
assessment and treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD),
depression, traumatic brain injury (TBI), chronic pain, family issues, and
substance/alcohol abuse.  It also provides an orientation to severe mental
health conditions requiring inpatient psychiatric treatment within a
military medical facility.  An emphasis on evidence-based practice permeates
the training program.

A unique aspect of the training experience is exposure to the practice of
clinical psychology in operational settings-fellows spend several days
aboard a major Navy ship working with the ship’s psychologist and visit a
Marine or Navy SEAL base where other Navy psychologists practice.  The
program also prepares the fellow to become a clinical leader.  Clinical
leadership involves the ability to evaluate existing clinical programs,
develop new programs, provide effective supervision of other practitioners,
and organize resources so that clinical and administrative objectives can be
met.

Navy Psychologists are a diverse group of men and women. In 2012, 24% of
Active Duty psychologists were from a minority background.  At Naval Medical
Center Portsmouth, 43% of the core supervisory faculty members are minority
psychologists. It is an important part of the fellowship program’s mission
to continue to increase minority representation at the training site and in
the broader Navy psychology community. The training faculty is committed to
providing comprehensive education and training in diversity issues. We view
diversity education as a life-long process that does not end when formal
training is over. The Psychology Department at NMC, Portsmouth has a
diversity representative, Dr. Michelle Sampson-Spencer, who provides regular
formal and informal diversity consultation to staff and trainees. In
addition to providing regular didactic instruction to interns and fellows,
Dr. Sampson-Spencer also hosts monthly luncheon groups during which faculty
and post-doctoral fellows discuss diversity issues.

The training year provides a solid foundation for practice within the
military mental health system but it is sufficiently broad to prepare the
fellow for advanced practice in diverse non-military clinical settings.
Furthermore, this program prepares the fellow for licensure as a
psychologist in the state of his/her choosing, and is conducive to eventual
attainment of Board Certification in Clinical Psychology.  Three years of
obligated service as a Navy psychologist are required following the training
year.

COPIES OF THE FELLOWSHIP TRAINING MANUAL ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

QUALIFICATIONS
US Citizenship (dual citizens must agree to relinquish non-US citizenship if
selected for the fellowship)
Completion of an APA-accredited doctorate (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) in clinical or
counseling psychology and an APA-accredited clinical psychology internship.
Age Limit: No more than 41 years of age at the time of commissioning.
Other Requirements:     Applicants must meet medical and security
qualifications for commissioning as a U.S. Navy Medical Service Corps
officer. This part of
the application is completed with the assistance of a Navy Medical Programs
Officer Recruiter.  To locate the Medical Programs Officer Recruiter nearest
you,
contact:

Eric J. Getka, Ph.D.
CAPT, MSC, USN (ret)
National Director, Navy Psychology Training Programs
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Bethesda, Maryland
(301) 295-2476
eric.j.getka.civ@health.mil<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3aeric.j.getka.civ%40health.mil>

STIPEND
Low Stipend: $73,372.00; High Stipend: $74,681.00*
*”Low stipend” reflects pay and allowances for a postdoctoral fellow
without dependents (i.e., spouse and/or children). “High stipend” reflects
pay and allowances for a postdoctoral fellow with dependents.
Housing allowance (included in total salary above) is non-taxable.

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS:
All benefits and allowances due a Navy officer including: full health and
dental coverage for self and dependents, Thrift Savings Plan, Life
Insurance, access to Commissary, Navy Exchange department stores, all moving
expenses paid, use of world-class gymnasiums and other recreational
facilities.

For additional information about pay and benefits:
http://www.navytimes.com/benefits/pay/<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.navytimes.com%2fbenefits%2fpay%2f>

APPLICATION
Applications are currently being accepted. Interested individuals should
contact the National Training Director for Navy Psychology as soon as
possible to communicate their interest:

Eric J. Getka, Ph.D.
CAPT(ret), MSC, USN
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Bethesda, Maryland (301) 295-2476
eric.j.getka.civ@health.mil<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3aeric.j.getka.civ%40health.mil>

In addition to information needed to determine an individual’s suitability
for commissioning as a naval officer, applicants are asked to  submit the
following documents:
1.      Resume/CV
2.      Doctoral program transcript
3.      Three letters of recommendation from doctoral-level psychologists
familiar with the applicant’s clinical competency
4.      Documentation certifying enrollment in or completion of an
APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship. *

*Individuals who are currently enrolled in a pre-doctoral
internship, should include in their application a statement from their
internship Training Director indicating that they are in good standing in the internship and expected to graduate from the internship on time.

QUESTIONS ABOUT THE NAVY POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY?
CONTACT:

Commander Greg Caron, PsyD, ABPP
Psychology Training Director
Navy Medical Center, Portsmouth, VA
Office: (757) 953-5496; Front Desk: (757) 953-7641
Gregory.caron@med.navy.mil<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3aGregory.caron%40med.navy.mil>

Eric J. Getka, Ph.D.
CAPT(ret), MSC, USN
National Director, Navy Psychology
Training Programs
National Naval Medical Center
Bethesda, Maryland (301) 295-2476
eric.j.getka.civ@health.mil<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3aeric.j.getka.civ%40health.mil>

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4. Positive Outcomes Psychological Services

Opening in Athens, Georgia for a postdoctoral fellowship to begin August or September, 2014 in a thriving private practice. Job duties include psychological testing, clinical interviewing, and report writing. Post-docs will receive valuable training in a wide variety of assessment procedures with a diverse population (adult and pediatric).  Requirements include completion of all assessment coursework, solid background in testing and report writing, ability to workindependently, and ability to quickly learn and integrate new tests into your repertoire.

We are seeking one postdoctoral fellow for specialty training in either general psychological evaluations or both general psychological and neuropsychological assessment.

If you choose to take part in neuropsychological assessment, it could comprise approximately 20% of the fellowship. Referral questions may include cognitive status subsequent to head injury, stroke, cancer treatment,genetic conditions, and other CNS insults or degenerative diseases. Referrals come from various sources including neurologists, primary care providers, Department of Labor, and the Department of Family and Children’s services.

General psychological evaluation training is with adults and children. The fellow would be responsible for a wide variety of assessments, potentially including Social Security Disability evaluations, generaldiagnostic evaluations, fitness for parenting evaluations, forensic assessments, vocational rehabilitation, and psychoeducational evaluations.

Completion of an APA-accredited training program and APA or APPIC internship is preferred.

Supervision is available and post-doc will satisfy Georgia licensure requirements. Pay is competitive and schedule is flexible based on the needs of the postdoctoral fellow.  We would consider part time as wellas full time interns, as well as one year or two year fellowships. Athens is just a 50 minute drive from Atlanta and is home to the University of Georgia.

To apply contact Eli Solomon, Psy.D., and send cover letter, CV, a list of tests you are proficient with, and references to solomon.em@gmail.com<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3asolomon.em%40gmail.com>. For more information on our private practice, see our website, www.positive-outcomes.com<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.positive-outcomes.com%2f>.

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5. Pennsylvania State University

Psychologist Position (Level 3 or 4)

The Pennsylvania State University, Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), University Park, PA has one Staff Psychologist position available beginning August 2014.  Duties include individualand group psychotherapy, supervision and training of graduate students and interns in an APA accredited internship program, outreach and consultation, and crisis intervention. This job will be filled as a level 3, or level 4, depending upon the successful candidate’scompetencies, education, and experience.  Typically requires a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 3.  Additional experience and/or educationand competencies are required for higher level jobs. Must be licensed or license eligible as a psychologist in Pennsylvania.  A one-year, year full-time pre-doctoral internship in professional psychology is required.  APA accredited training/internship, andcounseling center experience preferred.

CAPS embraces a philosophy respectful of diversity, and strives to build a diverse, multicultural staff capable of meeting the needs of all of our students.  State College, PA, a university town with a metropolitanpopulation of over 130,000, was recently cited as one of the top university towns in the United States.  State College and the University provide the major intellectual, cultural and recreational resources for central Pennsylvania.

In addition to uploading your cover letter and resume on-line, candidates should also send 3 letters of reference and transcripts of graduate work to Joyce Illfelder-Kaye, Ph.D., Counseling and PsychologicalServices, 501 Student Health Center, University Park, PA 16802 or fax to (814) 863-9610. This is a fixed-term appointment funded through June 30, 2015 with excellent possibility of re-funding.

Apply at https://app2.ohr.psu.edu/Jobs/External/EVMS2_External/currentap1.cfm#51868<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=https%3a%2f%2fapp2.ohr.psu.edu%2fJobs%2fExternal%2fEVMS2_External%2fcurrentap1.cfm%2351670>

Review of applications will begin Wednesday June 25, 2014; however after that date applications will continue to be received and reviewed until the position is filled.

CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, pleasego to  http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.police.psu.edu%2fclery%2f> , which will also provide you with detail on how torequest a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.

Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to minorities, women, veterans, disabled individuals, and other protected groups.

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6. Pennsylvania State University

TWO POST-DOC POSITIONS

The Pennsylvania State University, Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), University Park, PA has two one-year Psychologist 2 positions available beginning August, 2014. Duties include individualand group psychotherapy, initial consultations and triage, assessment, outreach and consultation, and crisis intervention. Typically requires a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology plus one year of work related experience, or an equivalent combinationof education and experience. A one-year, full-time doctoral internship in professional psychology is required. APA accredited training/internship, and counseling center experience preferred. State College, PA, a university town with a metropolitan populationof over 130,000, was recently cited as one of the top university towns in the United States. State College and the university provide the major intellectual, cultural and recreational resources for central Pennsylvania.

Application Process: In addition to uploading your cover letter and resume on-line, candidates should also send 3 letters of reference and transcripts of graduate work to Joyce Illfelder-Kaye, Ph.D., Counselingand Psychological Services, 501 Student Health Center, University Park, PA 16802 or fax to(814) 863-9610. Review of applications will begin Tuesday July 1st; however after that date applications will continueto be received and reviewed until the position is filled. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire. Apply at https://app2.ohr.psu.edu/Jobs/External/EVMS2_External/currentap1.cfm#52043<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=https%3a%2f%2fapp2.ohr.psu.edu%2fJobs%2fExternal%2fEVMS2_External%2fcurrentap1.cfm%2351670>

CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, pleasego to  http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.police.psu.edu%2fclery%2f> , which will also provide you with detail on how torequest a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.

Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to minorities, women, veterans, disabled individuals, and other protected groups.

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7. The Psychology Department at Citrus Health Network, Inc

Florida: Miami-Dade and Broward County:  Postdoctoral Positions.  The Psychology Department at Citrus Health Network, Inc., has four (4) APA approved Post Doctoral Residencies in Pembroke Pines, Florida (MiamiArea) at their Center for Adolescent Treatment Services (CATS), a 56 bed residential treatment center for adolescent youth (ages 12-17).  Citrus Health Network is a Federally Qualified Health Center, providing comprehensive health and mental health servicesto a multicultural population which includes children, adolescents, adults, and their families.   The Postdoctoral position provides residents the opportunity of expanding and acquiring professional experience by working with a diverse multicultural population. Citrus Health Network is a distinguished organization that has been accredited by the Joint Commission and the American Psychological Association (APA).  For more details, please visit our Web Site at www.citrushealth.com<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.citrushealth.com%2f>.

The Psychology Postdoctoral Residency Program formally starts onSeptember 1, 2014.  Citrus Health Network offers a competitive salary of $45,000 annually with employee fringe benefits.  Potential candidates mustcomply with the following minimum requirements in order to qualify: a successfully defended dissertation and a Doctoral Psychology Degree in clinical psychology or counseling programs accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA).  Complete applicationpackets must be received.

All correspondence should be addressed to the attention of Ana Rivas-Vazquez, Ph.D., Clinical Director, Citrus Health Network Inc., 4175 W 20 Avenue, Hialeah, Florida 33012.  For additional information, pleasecontact Alejandro Marban at (305) 424-3020 or via emailAlexM@citrushealth.com<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3aAlexM%40citrushealth.com> . We will continue to accept applications until all positions are filled.

Citrus Health Network is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

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8. Brown University

Staff Psychotherapist (12 month)

Providence, RI

June 2014

The department of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Brown University is accepting applications for the position of Staff Psychotherapist.  CAPS  provides  mental health services toundergraduate, graduate, and medical students.  The psychotherapist provides direct clinical services, including diagnostic assessment, crisis intervention, brief therapy, referral, and on-call services.  The Psychotherapist also participates in psycho-educationalactivities and provides consultation to faculty and staff.  This is a full-time, 12 month position.

Qualifications:

*   Doctorate in Clinical or Counseling Psychology (or equivalent), plus 2 years post-internship experience; or Master of Social Work plus 4 years post degree experience; or Mental Health Counselor plus 4 years post degree experience.
*   Licensure in one of the above categories in the State of RI.  (Holding one of these licenses in another state and eligibility for licensure in RI will also meet this requirement.)
*   Demonstrated experience doing psycho-educational programming with diverse student populations.
*   Theoretical understanding of multicultural issues in college mental health and demonstrated experience in working effectively with students form diverse student populations.

Brown University is an Ivy League institution with distinctive and demanding academic programs and a strong commitment to innovative research across disciplines, led by a world-class faculty.  Brown values creativity,diversity, and collaboration, and attracts a vibrant and diverse student community made up of 60900 undergraduate students, 2000 graduate students, and 400 medical students from across the country and the world.

To apply for this position, please visit Brown’s career opportunities website at:

https://careers.brown.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=https%3a%2f%2fcareers.brown.edu%2f> andreference Job No. 113111.  This is a full-time, 12 months per year position.  Brown University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer.

This position will remain open until filled, but applications received by July 23rd will receive full consideration.

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9. Brown University

Staff Psychotherapist (9 month)

Providence, RI

June 2014

The department of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Brown University is accepting applications for the position of Staff Psychotherapist.  CAPS  provides mental health services toundergraduate, graduate, and medical students.  The psychotherapist provides direct clinical services, including diagnostic assessment, crisis intervention, brief therapy, referral, and on-call services.  The Psychotherapist also participates in psycho-educationalactivities and provides consultation to faculty and staff.  This is a full-time, 9 months / year position.

Qualifications:

*   Doctorate in Clinical or Counseling Psychology (or equivalent), plus 2 years post-internship experience; or Master of Social Work plus 4 years post degree experience; or Mental Health Counselor plus 4 years post degree experience.
*   Licensure in one of the above categories in the State of RI.  (Holding one of these licenses in another state and eligibility for licensure in RI will also meet this requirement.)
*   Experience providing psycho-educational programming to diverse student populations.
*   Experience providing clinical services and / or psycho-educational programming to students affected by sexual and / or relationship violence is strongly preferred.

Brown University is an Ivy League institution with distinctive and demanding academic programs and a strong commitment to innovative research across disciplines, led by a world-class faculty.  Brown values creativity,diversity, and collaboration, and attracts a vibrant and diverse student community made up of 60900 undergraduate students, 2000 graduate students, and 400 medical students from across the country and the world.

To apply for this position, please visit Brown’s career opportunities website at:

https://careers.brown.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=https%3a%2f%2fcareers.brown.edu%2f> andreference Job No. 113110.  This is a full-time, 9 months / year  position.  Brown University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer.

This position will remain open until filled, but applications received by July 23rd will receive full consideration.

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10. Brown University

Staff Psychiatrist

Providence, RI

June 2014

The department of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Brown University is accepting applications for the position of Staff Psychiatrist.  CAPS provides mental health services to undergraduate,graduate, and medical students.  The psychiatrist provides medical and psychiatric expertise in the evaluation and treatment of students, with emphasis on psychopharmacology, differential diagnosis, and participation in the management of psychiatric emergencies. The psychiatrist also participates in the consultation and outreach mission of the department.  This is a part-time (3.5 days / week), 9 months / year position.

Qualifications:

*   MD or DO degree and residency completion required; board certification preferred.
*   Board eligibility in psychiatry required.
*   License to practice medicine in RI, valid DEA registration, and valid RI narcotics registration required.
*   Demonstrated high level of competence and interest in working with young adults.
*   Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.

Brown University is an Ivy League institution with distinctive and demanding academic programs and a strong commitment to innovative research across disciplines, led by a world-class faculty.  Brown values creativity,diversity, and collaboration, and attracts a vibrant and diverse student community made up of 60900 undergraduate students, 2000 graduate students, and 400 medical students from across the country and the world.

To apply for this position, please visit Brown’s career opportunities website at:

https://careers.brown.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=https%3a%2f%2fcareers.brown.edu%2f> andreference Job No. 112955.  This is a part-time, 9 months / year  position.  Brown University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer.

This position will remain open until filled, but applications received by July 23rd will receive full consideration.

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11. Appalachian State University

Post-Doctoral Psychology Resident

Counseling and Psychological Services Center

Appalachian State University is a member of the University of North Carolina System with an enrollment of approximately 17,000 students.  Appalachian is located in Boone and part of the “High Country” includingBlowing Rock and Banner Elk, near the Virginia and Tennessee borders in northwestern North Carolina.  The area is located in the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains near federal parks, forests, and wilderness areas.  The Blue Ridge Parkway, Appalachian Trail, severalski resorts, and local rivers and lakes draw tourists and provide abundant outdoor recreational activities for all seasons including canoeing, white water rafting, rock climbing, skiing, trout fishing, etc.  Boone, North Carolina boasts good schools, a lowcrime rate and is listed in the book The 100 Best Small Towns in America: A Nationwide Guide to the Best in Small-Town Living.

Position Description

Full-time, twelve-month Post-Doctoral Psychology Resident position in the Appalachian State University Counseling and Psychological Services Center with career, testing, and training components.  The Center isaccredited by the International Association of Counseling Services (IACS) and has an internship accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA).  The center is also a member of the Association of Postdoctoral and Psychology Internship Centers (APPIC). Duties of the position include short-term individual, group, couples and family therapy, psychological assessments, consultation, prevention outreach, psychoeducational workshops (sometimes after hours), clinical supervision and training, case management withclients with psychiatric illnesses, liaison/consultant relationships, and rotating after hours emergency/crisis on call responsibilities.  All clinical staff positions involve some administrative duties and roles.  The center is heavily utilized and is a livelyand energetic place to work requiring the ability to manage a full and demanding caseload.  The position reports to the Director of the Counseling and Psychological Services Center, which is part of the Division of Student Development.

The postdoctoral residency is designed for an individual who is seeking licensure and is interested in advanced training in a university counseling center.  Postdoctoral residents will be provided individualand group supervision on a weekly basis as well as participating in all staff meetings and the operational and staff development activities of the center.  They will be considered part of the staff and have their own offices. The postdoctoral experience requiresparticipants to be involved in the full range of psychological activities that permanent professional staff members engage in and it also allows for the development of specialized skills in areas that relate to counseling center work.  The majority of the resident’stime will be spent delivering clinical services, with the remaining time involved in outreach, consultation, prevention programming, giving and receiving supervision and other center activities.  This is a twelve-month position that begins August 1, 2014.

Minimum Qualifications/Requirements

Doctorate in Counseling or Clinical Psychology, and eligibility for Psychologist licensure in North Carolina.   The successful candidate should (1) be committed to a proactive student development perspectiveinvolving an active relationship with the campus community, (2) be team-oriented, “user-friendly” to students and university staff, (3) be prepared to handle a busy caseload, (4) have the ability to handle spontaneous work demands while undertaking projectsthat require advance planning, (5) have the ability to work at a fast pace, (6) possess a strong work ethic and a willingness to collaborate, (7) have demonstrated multicultural competence, possessing the ability and skills to work with diverse populations(ethnic, LGBTQ, gender, etc.), (8) have proficiency in oral and written communication skills, public speaking, and leading group discussions, (9) have broad “generalist” clinical skills in assessing and intervening with a wide range of disorders, concerns,and degrees of pathology in treatment utilizing a time limited model of care, (10) demonstrate a commitment to a developmental philosophy toward both clients and trainees, and (11) be available and willing to attend occasional evening or weekend activities,(12) provide between 60 and 65% (i.e., 24-26 hours per week average) direct service (individual, couples, family, group therapy, initial interviews (intake/triage), and clinical supervision).  The allotment fluctuates depending on Center demands as the academiccalendar dictates, (13) maintain appropriate clinical documentation and schedule within Titanium Schedule EHR, (14) fully embrace a campus community and multicultural model that values social justice principles, (15) specializations in trauma, eating disorders,administration, GLBTQ issues or an individualized specialization may be developed.

Preferred Qualifications

1.       APA approved training for both academic and internship preparation

2.       Experience in a university counseling center with a student development perspective

3.       Active participation in relevant professional organizations

Salary $35,000.  State of North Carolina benefits apply.

Appalachian State University has a strong commitment to the principles of diversity and inclusion, and to maintaining working and learning environments that are free of all forms of discrimination.  AppalachianState University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.  The University does not discriminate in access to its educational programs and activities, or with respect to hiring or the terms and conditions of employment, on the basis of race, color,national origin, religion, sex, gender identity and expression, political affiliation, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information or sexual orientation.

Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the application process should contact Dawn Jarrett, Search Committee Coordinator, at jarrettdm@appstate.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3ajarrettdm%40appstate.edu>or (828)-262-3180.

Proper documentation of identity and employability will be required before the hiring process can be finalized.  Any offer of employment to a successful candidate will be conditioned upon the University’s receiptof a satisfactory criminal background report.

Review of complete applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Applications should be accepted electronically, as MSWord or PDF attachments, and sent to martinle1@appstate.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3amartinle1%40appstate.edu>Applicants should submit a letter of application, vita, and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references.  Questions may be directed to:

Leslie Martin, Ph.D.

Search Committee Chair

Appalachian State University

Counseling and Psychological Services Center

Box 32044

Boone, NC  28608

Phone:  828-262-3180

e-mail:  martinle1@appstate.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3amartinle1%40appstate.edu>

www.counseling.appstate.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.counseling.appstate.edu%2f>

The anticipated start date for the position is August 1, 2014 but is negotiable.

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12. University of Idaho

Vice Provost of Student Affairs and Dean of Students

Located in beautiful Moscow, the University of Idaho, the state’s land-grant institution, seeks an outstanding individual to serve as the Vice Provost of Student Affairs and as the Dean of Students.

The University of Idaho’s Vice Provost of Student Affairs, who also serves as Dean of Students, (VPSA/DOS) is the senior student affairs officer.  The VPSA/DOS provides leadership and vision in administeringa comprehensive range of programs and services related to campus programming and planning.  The VPSA/DOS assists in creating a campus culture that promotes inclusiveness and support for the university’s diverse student body and the academicachievement and personal development of all students.

The successful candidate must have a Ph.D., Ed.D., or J.D. with at least seven years of demonstrated leadership with increasing supervisory experience within student affairs; at least three years of experiencesupervising and developing staff and managing budgets; excellent communication and collaboration skills; leadership abilities to deal effectively with complex issues and situations commonly experienced within student affairs; demonstrated abilities to develop,implement, and assess strategic initiatives; and ability to work successfully with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures.

Completed applications should include a letter of interest and qualifications relative to those described in this announcement, a current curriculum vitae, and full contact information for five professional references.To apply, please submit the materials through the electronic online application system at: http://uidaho.peopleadmin.com/postings/4661<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fuidaho.peopleadmin.com%2fpostings%2f4661>. Applications should be received by July 25 to ensure that they are given first consideration; however, the position will remain open and applications will be accepted until a suitable applicant has been identified. The anticipated search timeline includesphone interviews in August, with onsite interviews beginning in September.

To learn more about the position and the University of Idaho, please visit:
http://www.uidaho.edu/provost/deansearches/vice-provost-for-student-affairs-and-dean-of-students<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.uidaho.edu%2fprovost%2fdeansearches%2fvice-provost-for-student-affairs-and-dean-of-students>

Nominations are welcomed and should be made by providing a letter to the search coordinator, Nichole Vietz (nvietz@uidaho.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3anvietz%40uidaho.edu>).Questions regarding the position may be directed to Dr. Alton Campbell (altonc@uidaho.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3aaltonc%40uidaho.edu> ), chair of thesearch committee.

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13.  University of Washington

Counseling Center Psychologist

Position Announcement

The University of Washington Counseling Center is seeking applicants for a full-time 12-month Psychologist to provide brief individual and group counseling as well as outreach and programming for enrolled UWstudents.  This Psychologist will serve as an active member of our training staff, providing training and supervision for doctoral interns in our APA-accredited internship program. They will also provide consultation to UW faculty, staff, and students regardingstudent behavior, mental health, and academic challenges in order to enhance the campus climate for student success.  The successful candidate will join a team of diverse and energetic individuals who are committed to enhancing and maintaining a thriving multiculturalorganization.

The UW Counseling Center is part of the Division of Student Life.  The University of Washington is located in beautiful and diverse Seattle with world-class cultural, intellectual, athletic, and entertainmentopportunities, including easy access to mountains and wilderness areas.  As an UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs.

Required Qualifications:

*   Doctorate degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology
*   Completion of an APPIC-registered internship, preferably APA-accredited
*   At least one year experience in a college or university counseling center, or with college-age clinical populations
*   Evidence of outstanding skills in clinical assessment, psychotherapy and counseling, crisis management, and psychoeducation
*   Strong communication and interpersonal skills
*   Demonstrated sensitivity to multicultural issues and proven ability to interact with diverse individuals and groups
*   License eligible as a Psychologist in the State of Washington

Preferred Qualifications:

*   Experience in clinical supervision of trainees
*   At least one year of post-doctoral clinical experience
*   Licensed in the State of Washington

To apply:

To apply, go to http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/jobs/index.html<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.washington.edu%2fadmin%2fhr%2fjobs%2findex.html>and search for Req. 109272. Submit a cover letter describing your interest in and qualifications for the position, a current vita, and the names and contact information of three professional references.  For full consideration, complete applications shouldbe received no later than July 9, 2014. Initial review of applications will begin on July 10 and continue until position is filled.  Preferred but negotiable start date is October, 2014.

The University of Washington is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. The Counseling Center is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic staff committed to working ina multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans.

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14. University of North Carolina, Wilmington

Assistant Director – Community Engagement / Staff Psychologist

Counseling Center

Vacancy: #14E147
Position: # 1129

The University of North Carolina Wilmington Counseling Center seeks to fill an Assistant Director position which requires strong administrative, clinical, consultation, planning, programming and community engagementskills.  The successful candidate will have a generalist orientation, knowledge of and competence working with diverse groups as well as possess experience in providing services which support the mission of an active university counseling center.

This position has specific responsibilities for the oversight of the Center’s community engagement efforts including supervising Outreach Services, providing leadership for campus training and consultation efforts,conference planning, and project management as well as a lead role in Continuing Education program management (APA, NBCC, etc.), and coordination of program assessment and evaluation for the area.  In addition, this position has general administrative responsibilitiesand provides staff clinical supervision, as needed.

This position reports to the Center’s Director and works with the Associate Director and other staff members to offer comprehensive services for students and appropriate consultation for the campus community. Interest and expertise in one or more of the following is desired:  mood regulation, anxiety management, multicultural concerns, clinical supervision, groups or mind-body principles. Additional duties include:  individual, group, and relationship counseling;outreach programming; crisis intervention/on-call rotation; consultation; assessment and other administrative duties, as assigned.  Supervision of post-doctoral Fellows and others involved in the Center’s clinical training program is also possible.

The successful candidate should possess and exhibit an ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, campus departments, and student groups; a commitment to actively engage in practice with diverse populations(racial/ethnic, LGBTQIA, ability, gender, SES, etc.); interpersonal flexibility with a good sense of humor; an understanding of the importance of work- life balance; and an understanding of the developmental perspective of counseling and clinical services withclients in a collegiate setting.

Requirements:  A doctorate in counseling or clinical psychology from an APA accredited program; 4 years of post-doctoral experience including counseling/therapy, clinical supervision, clinical training,  administrative,or teaching responsibilities with at least three years of clinical experience working in college counseling centers (including pre- and/or post- doctoral internships); and eligibility for psychology licensure in the State of North Carolina.

Salary is competitive and the position includes a full benefits package.

Priority consideration will be given to applications received by July 13, 2014; however applications will be accepted until a successful candidate is identified. To apply, please complete the online applicationprocess available athttp://consensus.uncw.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=https%3a%2f%2fappserv01.uncw.edu%2fdasapps%2fapplication%2fcurrent_vacancies.asp>.  A letterof application highlighting relevant experiences and fit with the position, a current vita, and contact information for at least four professional references should be attached to the online application – not e-mailed or mailed. MS Word or Adobe PDF attachmentsare required.  For questions regarding the online application process, contact Ann Glossl (glossla@uncw.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3aglossla%40uncw.edu> or910-962-3117).  For questions regarding the position, you may contact Dr. Lynne Reeder (reederl@uncw.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3areederl%40uncw.edu> or910-962-3746).

Under North Carolina law, applications and related materials are confidential personnel documents and not subject to public release. Criminal background checks will be conducted on finalists prior to offers ofemployment.

UNCW is a premier comprehensive undergraduate university with a rapidly growing campus community of approximately 14,000 students. The campus is located 5 miles from the Atlantic Ocean in southeastern North Carolina.

UNC Wilmington actively fosters a diverse and inclusive working and learning environment and is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified men and women from all racial, ethnic, or other minority groups are stronglyencouraged to apply.

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15. Purdue University

Assistant/Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology

Department of Educational Studies

The Department of Educational Studies at Purdue University is currently accepting applications for a tenure-track assistant/associate professor position in its APA-accredited Counseling Psychologyprogram, beginning fall 2014. We are seeking applicants who can contribute to our college mission of effecting positive change in a diverse society in the areas of discovery, teaching, and engagement.  See the program website at http://www.edst.purdue.edu/counseling_psychology<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.edst.purdue.edu%2fcounseling_psychology>.

Responsibilities:

·        Maintain an active research program with a record of, or potential to attract, external funding;

·        Teach courses in counseling psychology  and  supervise practicum;

·        Advise domestic and international doctoral students, share program leadership, and provide department, college, and university service.

The Purdue Counseling Psychology program is a dynamic program with selective admissions; small, full-time cohorts; and exciting opportunities to partner with local agencies and campus initiativesaround diversity, global issues, career development, grief and loss, health disparities, and student access and success. According to the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, Purdue University is a “very high research activity” campus,and the nation’s fourth best place to work in academia (The Scientist, November 2007). As a land-grant university, Purdue University enrolls one of the highest international student population amongpublic universities in the U.S.

Qualifications

Candidates must hold an earned doctorate in Counseling Psychology from an accredited program, demonstrate a history of scholarly productivity, and demonstrate a history of (or potential toattract) external funding. Psychology licensure or license eligibility in the State of Indiana is required. Applicants are expected to demonstrate excellence in both teaching and research. Teaching and research interests are open.

Application Procedure

Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2014 and continue until the position is filled. Applicants submit one pdf document containing a letter of application, curriculum vita, andstatement of professional goals relevant to position responsibilities, qualifications, and the College of Education strategic plan, (http://www.education.purdue.edu/pdf/COE_StrategicPlan2009-2014FullText.pdf<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.education.purdue.edu%2fpdf%2fCOE_StrategicPlan2009-2014FullText.pdf>).Three letters of recommendation should be emailed as separate pdf documents by letter writers.

Send materials to Sandi Olson (sjolson@purdue.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3asjolson%40purdue.edu>);address to M. Carole Pistole, Chair, Counseling Psychology Faculty Search Committee, Department of Educational Studies, BRNG, 100 N. University Street, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2098. For questions, contact M. Carole Pistole, pistole@purdue.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3apistole%40purdue.edu>, 765-494-9744.A background check is required for employment in this position.

PURDUE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL-OPPORTUNITY, EQUAL-ACCESS, AFFIRMATIVE-ACTION EMPLOYER,

FULLY COMMITTED TO ACHIEVING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE.

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16. Regis University

Job Title:       Gender Violence Prevention Program Coordinator

Department:  Student Life

Supervisor:   Assistant Dean of Students­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

JOB SUMMARY:

The focus of the Gender Violence Prevention Program Coordinator (GVPPC) is to address sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking by providing the following services: 1) primary preventionand educational programs to students, 2) training and professional development to faculty/staff, 3) improving campus policies and services, 4) maintain collaboration between campus and community stakeholders, and 5) providing advocacy services to survivorsof sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking.

MAJOR DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:  (in order of importance & including % of time for each duty)

Essential:

35% –  Oversee primary prevention and innovative evidence based educational programs.

Provide oversight and management of incoming student primary prevention programs.

Create and/or provide support and training to student organizations dedicated to sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking prevention. Create, update, and maintain educational materials, RU web content onsexual assault, dating violence, and stalking. Create, implement, and assess violence prevention programs and services. Organize and develop ongoing awareness campaigns and programs about sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking as perClery and Campus SaVE requirements. Improve the awareness of, access to, and scope of victims’ services on RU’s campus.

Hire/supervise violence prevention work study student staff and third party vendors.

20%        Provide advocacy for victims. The GVPPC will assist in identifying, coordinating, and following up on services for victims of domestic/dating violence, stalking and sexual violence and will work collaboratively with the RU Title IX office,and respective

University offices and community agencies concerning services to victims.

15% –   Coordinate and provide prevention education and professional development/training on sexual assault, stalking, and intimate partner violence to the RU campus community with the RU Title IX Coordinator.

Plan and manage an annual RU summit, a day-long institute on sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking for faculty/staff.

10%     Assess and  evaluate each campuses’ climate  about Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking , prepare and conduct surveys, analyze data, prepare reports and make recommendationsbased on their results.

10% –   Improve/create campus policies and services. Work with campus and community partners, including the RU Title IX Coordinator and VP/Legal Counsel, to assess prevention needs, strategies and policies.

Develop a centralized, comprehensive, and culturally competent response to violence against women on the RU campus. Develop partnerships with national and local agencies and organizations to provide servicesfor victims, create awareness and to implement cooperative initiatives to address sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking.

5%      Accurately track and report university’s  education program and training efforts for the purpose of demonstrating compliance with state and federal mandates such as  Title IX, Clery Act, VAWA andCampuSAVE and promote such efforts to the internal and external communities.

Other:

5%      Performs related duties as necessary to support the Regis Mission.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:  (Necessary for essential duties.)

Master’s degree required. Will consider a broad range of relevant specialties, such as community health, health promotion, social work, psychology, criminal justice, public health, women’s studies, communityhealth education, and/or community organizing.

A minimum of three years full-time professional experience in the field of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking; primary prevention services; victim services; and/or training and technicalassistance services required. Unpaid or volunteer experience in these fields may be applied to this requirement but may not replace the professional experience entirely; candidates who wish to apply volunteer experience should demonstrate how their experienceis equivalent to professional experience.

Experience as a victim advocate or working in a victim service provider agency desirable. Experience at the college or university level desirable.

Skills:  (Psychomotor activities needed to perform tasks.)

Must be fluent in English and demonstrate good verbal, written, and interpersonal skills; basic computer skills; excellent project management skills required; ability and willingness to manage flexible workload/multipletasks.

Knowledge: In-depth knowledge of issues and dynamics related to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.

Demonstrated understanding of contemporary best practices and research in violence prevention, social norms marketing, victim services, and/or perpetrator accountability practices. Knowledge of Title IX and Cleryguidance and regulations, specifically as they pertain to victim rights and prevention education efforts. Experience in preparing, implementing and analyzing surveys

SALARY: 36,000/yr. + benefits

SCHEDULE: This is a permanent 11 month position for a total of 1907 hours per year. Because this position does involve a lot of outreach/programming/training, the schedule will include some evening/weekendhours.

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17. University of New Haven

Director, Counseling and Psychological Services

The University of New Haven seeks an energetic and collaborative professional to provide leadership, coordination and direction for the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services which serves a studentbody of over 6,500 students.

The Director is responsible for the design, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive counseling program for university students, represents the department and the mental health needs of students in theUNH community, establishes departmental goals and objectives, supervises and evaluates departmental staff, and has fiscal responsibility for the department.

The position reports to the Associate VP for Student Affairs and Dean of Students and provides supervision for a staff which includes the Associate Director, Staff Psychologist, Staff Counselor, Consulting Psychiatrist,RCCM Campus Advocate, VPIC Coordinator and Graduate   Assistant.

CORE DUTIES:

•         Provides vision and leadership for the direction of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).

•         Develops and implements a comprehensive program that ensures the provision of professional, ethical, and high qualityshort-term counseling, consultation, referral, education & outreach services that support student learning & development

•         Provides intake assessments, individual and group counseling and crisis intervention

•         Works collaboratively with the Director of Health Services and others at the University to foster a holistic modelof wellness

•         Supervises, mentors, and evaluates CAPS staff

•         Represents CAPS on University committees, projects and initiatives

•         Serves as budget manager for CAPS and effectively manages and allocates resources

•         Develops and supervises the implementation of educational programs/outreach, based on community and campus assessmentsof mental health risks as well as the needs and interests of students

•         Provides leadership in the coordination of case management and crisis intervention

•         Provides consultation and makes recommendations to the Dean of Students Office, Student Intervention Team, BehavioralIntervention Team, Substance Use Taskforce and other University personnel as appropriate on mental health and substance abuse issues

•         Assists in the development of effective policies, protocols, processes and structures to ensure the health, safetyand welfare of students

•         Assists with training of Resident Directors, Resident Assistants, Peer Educators and in the development of peer educationprograms

•         Collaborates with the Rape Crisis Center of Milford to provide services for victims of sexual assault and supervisesthe Campus Advocate

•         Collaborates with the faculty principal investigators on the Department of Justice Violence Against Women Grant andis responsible for the development and supervision of the Violence Prevention and Intervention Center Peer Educator Program at the conclusion of the DOJ Grant

•         Establishes a CAPS staff on-call rotation and provides on-call emergency evaluations and crisis interventions

•         Provides clinical and administrative leadership in the design, development, planning, implementation, coordination,assessment, and continuous improvement of counseling, crisis intervention, psychiatry, and other behavioral health programs and services

•         Serve as the primary liaison to other University departments, administrators, faculty, and staff on all issues ofmental health policy

SECONDARY DUTIES:

•         Mentor undergraduate and graduate psychology students

•         Serves on Student Affairs and University committees as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:

•         Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology

•         Completion of an APA accredited graduate program and internship

•         Licensed as a psychologist in Connecticut with 5 years of experience post-licensure

•         Previous experience providing college student mental health services

•         Experience providing PTSD treatment

•         Demonstrated skills in individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, consultation, assessment, consultation, andoutreach

•         Detailed knowledge of developmental issues and problems typically encountered by college students.

•         Demonstrated skills in supervision and training of graduate students

•         Strong communication and interpersonal skills

•         The ability to establish and maintain effective collaborative relationships with other offices on campus

•         Strong crisis management skills

A leader in experiential learning, the University of New Haven prepares students to lead purposeful and fulfilling lives in our global society by providing a transformational education through experiential, collaborative,and discovery-based education. A private University founded in 1920, UNH has a full-time undergraduate enrollment of more 4800 and a graduate enrollment of 1,700 students. The University offers more than 80 undergraduate degrees and more than 25 graduate degreesthrough its four colleges, in fields such as sports management, nutrition, forensic science, music and sound recording, engineering, computer science and criminal justice.

Anticipated start date: July 1, 2014.  Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter, salary requirements, resume and three professional references to Search Committee Chair, Search #14-38, Universityof New Haven, 300 Boston Post Road, West Haven CT 06516 or via email to hrdept@newhaven.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3ahrdept%40newhaven.edu>.  Applicationswill be accepted until the position is filled.  UNH is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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18. Binghamton University

Position Description:

Binghamton University’s Counseling Center seeks a Senior Counselor for a full-time 10-month renewable position with benefits.  This is a generalist position with possible preference for candidates with interestor expertise in one or more of the areas of multicultural counseling, masculinity and men’s issues, and/or eating disorders.  However, generalists without these areas of interest are still encouraged to apply.  Duties of the position include short-term individualand group counseling, crisis work, psychological assessment, consultation, outreach, psycho-educational workshops (sometimes after hours), clinical supervision and training, liaison/consultant relationships and rotating after hours emergency/crisis on callresponsibilities. All clinical staff positions involve some administrative duties and roles.

Minimum Qualifications:

*   Masters degree in mental health or related field, licensure or eligibility for licensure to practice in New York

*   Broad “generalist” with clinical skills in assessing and intervening with a wide range of disorders, concerns, and degrees of pathology in treatment utilizing a time-limited model of care.
*   Ability to handle a busy caseload in a dynamic environment.
*   Multi-cultural competence, with ability and skills to work with diverse populations.
*   Availability and willingness to participate in occasional evening or weekend activities.
*   Proficiency in oral and written communication skills, public speaking, and leading group discussions.
*   Strong work ethic and a willingness to collaborate.
*   Commitment to a developmental philosophy toward both clients and trainees.
*   Ability to handle spontaneous work demands while undertaking projects that require advance planning.

*   Commitment to a proactive student development perspective involving an active relationship with the campus community
*   Team-oriented, “user-friendly” to students and university staff

Preferred Qualifications:

*   Either LCSW credential or Doctorate in Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology, or related field.  ABD’s will be considered; post-doctoral supervision for licensure can be provided
*   Interest or expertise in one or more of the following areas: multicultural counseling and/or masculinity and men’s issues and/or eating disorders. However, generalists without these areas of expertise are still encouraged to apply.

*   Experience in a university or college counseling center setting
*   Experience working with trainees in some supervisory capacity
*   Active participation in relevant professional organizations

About Binghamton University:

Binghamton, one of four university centers within the State University of New York, was named the premier public university in the northeast by The Fiske Guide to Colleges “because of its outstanding academicprograms. . . and its commitment to undergraduates.” Binghamton University enrolls about 16,000 students in programs leading to bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees.  The student body is highly diverse with a large international student population.  Thereare students from all 50 states and from over 100 countries.

Binghamton University has built a reputation as a world-class institution that combines a broadly interdisciplinary, international education with one of the most vibrant research programs in the nation. Binghamtonis proud to be ranked among the elite public universities in the nation for challenging our students academically, not financially. The result is a unique, best-of-both-worlds college experience.

Our academic culture rivals a first-rate private university – rigorous, collaborative and boldly innovative — while our campus culture exemplifies the best kind of public university experience: richly diversestudents, active social life and deep engagement with the community.  Our students, both undergraduate and graduate, work one-on-one with an exceptional faculty that includes innovative scientists and groundbreaking scholars. They take advantage of specialacademic opportunities like combined degrees, foreign language study groups and an unparalleled international education program.

The University consists of Harpur College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Education, the College of Community and Public Affairs, the School of Management, the Decker School of Nursing, and the Thomas J.Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science. The Graduate School administers advanced-degree programs in these schools, but both our undergraduate and graduate students are taught by the same outstanding faculty. Twenty-six specialized research centers,along with three institutes for advanced studies and a GIS CORE facility, attract scholars from around the globe to Binghamton’s modern campus.

The campus is spread across 887 acres on a wooded hillside above the Susquehanna River in the Binghamton suburb of Vestal. The University received top recognition in The Princeton Review’s second annual “greenrating” of colleges — one of only 15 colleges honored.  The on-campus Nature Preserve boasts 190 acres of protected forest and wetlands with hiking/biking/running trails and a six-acre pond.

For more about the university:

http://www2.binghamton.edu/about/binghamton-at-a-glance.html<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww2.binghamton.edu%2fabout%2fbinghamton-at-a-glance.html>

About the Binghamton Area:

Binghamton is located in the Southern Tier of New York near the Pennsylvania border at the confluence of the Susquehanna and Chenango Rivers. The area is proud of its many beautiful parks and outdoor recreationcenters. The confluence of the Susquehanna and Chenango Rivers help sculpt the landscape with lush scenery and a variety of wildlife.  Binghamton is the county seat of Broome County and is the principal city and cultural center of the Greater Binghamton metropolitanarea (also known as the Triple Cities), home to a quarter million people. Binghamton is within easy driving distance to the NY Finger Lakes region (to the west) and the Catskill Mountains (to the east).  Located in the heartland of New York State, the GreaterBinghamton area is rich with lively cities, and quaint villages. Downtown Binghamton offers a world-class opera company, a symphony orchestra, movie theaters, clubs, incredible restaurants, bars and professional hockey and baseball teams.

Additional Information:

Offers of employment may be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check and verification of degree(s) and credentials.

Please also note that the Deficit Reduction Program for United University Professionals represented faculty and staff is in effect, which impacts paychecks.  This, along with other payroll information, can befound on our website http://www2.binghamton.edu/human-resources/new-employees/new-faculty-staff.html<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww2.binghamton.edu%2fhuman-resources%2fnew-employees%2fnew-faculty-staff.html> orby calling Human Resources at 607-777-6625 or 607-777-2129.

The State University of New York and Binghamton University are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employers.

To apply:

Persons interested in this position should apply online.  Please submit:

Resume, Cover letter, and Contact information for three professional references.

To apply, follow this link and click on the “Apply now” box at the bottom of the page.

http://binghamton.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp;jsessionid=92D9533846E99B1AF201019A4B23E3D8;jsessionid=7086F880E15A91BCDBB1032C51B187BC?JOBID=50116<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fbinghamton.interviewexchange.com%2fjobofferdetails.jsp%3bjsessionid%3d92D9533846E99B1AF201019A4B23E3D8%3bjsessionid%3d7086F880E15A91BCDBB1032C51B187BC%3fJOBID%3d50116>

You may add additional files/documents after uploading your resume. After you fill out your contact information, you will be directed to the upload page. Please login to check/edit your profile or to upload additionaldocuments: http://binghamton.interviewexchange.com/login.jsp<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fbinghamton.interviewexchange.com%2flogin.jsp>

Application deadline:

Open until filled.  Review of applications will begin in June.

Starting Date:

September 1 preferred, but flexible

For questions contact:

Mark E. Rice, Ph.D.

Clinical Director,

Binghamton University Counseling Center (UCC)

607-777-2772

merice@binghamton.edu<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3americe%40binghamton.edu>

Questions about the position can be directed to this email address, but please do NOT submit applications to this email address.  Applications should be submitted online as described above.  Questions about theapplication process can be directed to Human Resources at the number above.

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19. Oliver-Pyatt Centers of South Miami

Primary Therapist

Job Description

OLIVER-PYATT CENTERS OF SOUTH MIAMI, a comprehensive program for the treatment of eating disorders, seeks a full-time or part-time Primary Therapist to join our multi-disciplinary treatment team. Our treatmentsetting is intimate, with a high staff to client ratio, and an emphasis on individual therapy and highly individualized treatment.

The chief responsibilities of the Primary Therapist are to provide ongoing, intensive individual therapy, as well as group therapy within our Residential, PHP and/or Intensive Outpatient programs. Positionprovides a competitive salary and benefits package. (Benefits package is available for those working 30 hour or more per week). Please send cover letter and CV to Director of Human Resources MariettaGoldman<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=mailto%3amarietta%40oliverpyattcenters.com%3fsubject%3dPrimary%2520Therapist%2520Job%2520Opportunity>. For more information, please visit our website<https://campusmail.fullerton.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=5OEK3H9piEKLkm5FE_mlBwUSVRERaNEIVdx33x9HNk68bYF5jWO8VQ1ivnOnK0fb8qFHLqGsGUI.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.oliverpyattcenters.com%2f>.

Desired Skills & Experience

Applicants must be licensed (or license-eligible) therapists (Masters or Doctoral level). Applicants with experience in treating patients with anorexia, bulimia, exercise addiction, binge eating disorder, traumaand/or substance abuse are encouraged to apply.

Company Description

Oliver-Pyatt Centers, located in South Miami, offers residential, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs for women with eating disorders. Our mission is to genuinely connect with each individual,address the core issues driving the disorder, and provide the tools needed to live a meaningful life. Our treatment is therapeutically grounded, and our innovative protocols are based on a thorough understanding of eating disorders and the unique experienceof each person affected by one.

An eating disorder is complex, and recovery requires the integrated approach of a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who are experts in its treatment. At Oliver-Pyatt Centers, the entire team — comprised of MDs, PhDs, Nutritionists, Therapists, RecoveryCoaches, Yoga Instructors, Massage Therapists, and Chef — works together to create an effective treatment experience for each client.

Founder and Executive Director, Wendy Oliver-Pyatt, MD, is a psychiatrist, a Fellow for the Academy of Eating Disorders, and a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist.

Marietta Goldman, PHR

Director of Human Resources

Oliver-Pyatt Centers
6150 SW 76th Street
South Miami, Florida 33143
866-511-HEAL (4325)
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20. California State University, Long Beach

California State University Long Beach is searching for a temporary full-time psychologist for the 2014-2015 academic year.  This position will begin September 1, 2014 and end June 30, 2015.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), a unit within the Division of Student Services, is a comprehensive center providing personal counseling, crisis intervention, campus outreach, program development,consultation, and an APA-accredited doctoral internship.  A focus on diversity is thematic throughout all programs.

Please forward to clinicians you think may be interested in this position.

Brad Compliment, Ph.D.

Director, Counseling and Psychological Services

Long Beach State University

1250 Bellflower Blvd. – MS 0111

Long Beach, California  90840-0111

phone: (562) 985-4001
fax: (562) 985-8817