Psychology and Counseling Jobs Across the Country

Psychology and Counseling Jobs Across the Country

  1. Job Announcements

1. Princeton University (NJ): Staff Psychologist

2. Southern Illinois University Carbondale: Lecturer (non-tenure track)

3. Des Moines University (IA): Director, Student Counseling Center (search extended)

4. Massachusetts College of Art and Design: Assistant Director of Counseling and Wellness Center

5. Weber State University (UT): Psychologist

6. Tulane University (LA): Adult Psychology Postdoctoral Position

7. Stetson University (FL): Clinical Supervisor and Mental Health Counselor

8. New Lifestyles, Inc. (VA): Psychotherapists (2)

9. University of Illinois at Chicago: Psychiatrist

10. Georgia Gwinnett College: Postdoctoral Fellowship

11. University of the Sciences (PA): Staff Psychologist (10 month)

12. College of the Holy Cross (MA): Staff Psychologist

13. Georgia College and State University: Counselor (9 month limited term)

14. Temple University (PA): Staff Psychologist

15. Sonoma State University (CA): Staff Psychologist (Trauma Specialist)

16. Christopher Newport University (VA): Staff Counselor

17. University of Hawaii at Manoa: Assistant Specialist

18. University of Minnesota Medical School: Postdoctoral Clinical/Research Fellowship in Human Sexuality

19. University of California, Santa Cruz: Postdoctoral Fellowship, General Track (reposting)

20. Northern Michigan University: Assistant Professor, Counseling & Consultation Svs




1. Princeton University



 Position Title:             Staff Psychologist

Department:               Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS)

Reports to:                   Director of CPS

Supervises:                  N/A

Position Grade:           ADM070

Duty time:                   100%

Term:                           12



University Health Services (UHS) at Princeton University is a fully accredited (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, or “AAAHC”) health care facility.  Located in the McCosh Health Center and the Caldwell Field house, UHS provides comprehensive health services to more than 7,500 Princeton undergraduate and graduate students, and specialized services to Princeton University faculty, staff, and employees who experience work-related injuries and illnesses, or who require consultations regarding international and travel medicine.


UHS’s mission is to enhance learning and student success by advancing the health and well-being of our diverse University community.  This mission is pursued and supports the University’s purpose by using current knowledge of health and human development to guide responsive, high quality clinical, prevention, and consultation services.

UHS’s values are Respect & Compassion; Service & Integrity; Innovation & Creativity; and Learning & Development.


The health services at Princeton have a long, rich heritage and have played an influential role in the emergence of the field of college health. In 1893, Princeton became the first American university to create a “student infirmary,” serving students who were unable to care for themselves. In 1910, Princeton established itself as the first college or university in the United States to identify the subspecialty of college mental health (then called “mental hygiene”) and create a distinct mental health service. In 1925, Princeton became the first institution of higher education to situate its overnight Infirmary alongside all other medical and health-related services for students. This integrated design has been a hallmark of Princeton’s student health program—a brick and mortar embodiment of holistic, integrative care. The stage was thus set long ago for Princeton’s health service to champion care for the “whole person.” (See Selden, The Heritage of Isabella McCosh: A History of the Health Services at Princeton University, 1991; Prescott, Student Bodies: The Influence of Student Health Services in American Society and Medicine, 2007)



The position provides direct clinical services to our undergraduate and graduate student population, including urgent care and crisis intervention, psychological evaluations, time-limited individual and group psychotherapeutic treatment, on call services, campus liaison, mental health education, and community referral services.  Also, UHS has an active Inpatient Service that provides 24 hour health coverage. As such, this mental health position involves the provision of primary after-hours, on-call coverage, assigned at the discretion of the CPS Director.

The clinician possesses sophisticated diagnostic skills and specialized knowledge in eating disorders. The particular skill and knowledge set will be informed by a strong understanding of the full range of developmental and mental health challenges affecting late adolescents and young adults.



Provides direct clinical services to the undergraduate and graduate student population (90%)

  • Clinical responsibilities include urgent care and crisis intervention, psychological evaluations, and time-limited individual and group psychotherapeutic treatment
  • Serves on an on call-after hours rotation with other CPS clinicians
  • Uses clinical data to inform diagnostic assessments (DSM-V) and treatment planning
  • Engages in campus outreach and community education related to mental health issues
    Participates on select UHS multidisciplinary treatment teams
  • Serves as a mental health consultant to other University partners and stakeholders, and a community referral resource for students
  • Active participation in one or more treatment teams within CPS including the Emotional Management Team and the Eating Disorder Team.


Administrative duties (10%)

  • Participates in UHS, Campus Life, and University committees, as assigned by the Director
  • Involved in other initiatives, projects, and activities, as assigned by the Director





  • Doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology from an American Psychological Association (APA)-approved doctoral program
  • Completion of APA-approved clinical internship or equivalent
  • New Jersey State licensure or license eligible in NJ
  • A minimum of two years of supervised clinical internship/fellowships
  • Advanced understanding of the full range of developmental and mental health challenges affecting late adolescents and young adults.
  • Mastery of multiple models of brief integrative and psychodynamic psychotherapies, and evidence-based mental health care
  • Evidence of experience in working with severely troubled patients and/or on a psychiatric inpatient unit, or the functional equivalent
  • Demonstrated excellence in managing psychological emergencies during office hours and after-hours
  • Evidence of effective collaborations with a diverse group of mental health clinicians, as well as productive collaborations with multiple stakeholders
  • Evidence of the provision of culturally informed mental health care, and attunement to the manifestations of psychological problems across different cultural backgrounds, identity configurations, and genders
  • Possesses exceptional written, digital, and oral communication skills; is an effective presenter and public speaker
  • Knowledge of New Jersey’s psychology licensure standards and federal regulations (e.g., HIPAA, FERPA) pertaining to health care organizations (including clinical records, patient privacy and confidentiality, treatment of minors) as well as relevant accreditation standards (e.g., Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care)



  • Experience working in a university mental health service or a comparable healthcare system
  • Evidence of professional contributions (such as presentations at professional and academic conferences, publications, and/or form of scholarship)
  • Thrives in an energetic, diverse work environment, and skilled at effective interactions with college-age populations, international students, parents, faculty, and college administrators


To apply, use this link:



2. Southern Illinois University Carbondale


Position Announcement


  1. Title: One or more part-time Lecturers, Department of Psychology, SIU Carbondale.
  2. Rank: Lecturer (non‐tenure‐track, variable time).
  3. Start Date: August 16, 2014; one semester term appointment renewable contingent on performance, curricular need, and university approval.
  4.   Qualifications: Applicants must hold a master’s degree in Psychology at the time of application. A doctoral degree from an APA-accredited Counseling or Clinical Psychology program with an APA-accredited internship is strongly preferred. Appropriate educational background and/or relevant teaching experience strongly preferred. Applicants with expertise in fundamentals of counseling, psychotherapy, supervision, diversity, multicultural counseling, measurement, and Counseling Psychology preferred.
  5. Duties: Teaching undergraduate and/or graduate course(s) in psychology including but not limited to fundamentals of counseling, counseling practicum, supervision, theories of psychotherapy, psychological construction of gender, or psychological measurement.
  6. Application Deadline: July 18, 2014, or until filled.
  7. To apply: submit letter of application, curriculum vitae, copy of graduate transcript, and contact information for three professional references to: Dr. Meera Komarraju, Chair, Department of Psychology, Mail Code 6502, 1125 Lincoln Drive, SIU Carbondale, Carbondale, IL 62901, FAX: 618/453‐3563. Applications may be submitted by e-mail to:
  8. SIU Carbondale is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans that strives to enhance its ability to develop a diverse faculty and staff and to increase its potential to serve a diverse student population. All applications are welcomed and encouraged and will receive consideration.



3. Des Moines University


Director Student Counseling Center


Job Description:


APPLICATION DIRECTIONS: Please provide CV, cover letter ( address to Chairperson of Director Student Counseling Center Search Committee) and full contact information for 3 professional references at initial submission. PDF documents/attachments preferred.


Job Title: Director of Student Counseling Center

Department: Student Counseling

Reports To: Vice President Student Services

FLSA Status: Exempt

Prepared By: Human Resources

Prepare Date: June 30, 2014


Benefits: Fulltime Salaried/Exempt


Work Schedule: M-F 8-5


Other: Please provide CV, cover letter and reference contact

information at initial submission.


Resume review and/or interview scheduling will commence

immediately and continue until the position is filled.





The Director of the Student Counseling Center (SCC) provides leadership, vision and strategic direction for the mental health and emotional wellness services provided by the University. Services include individual, couple and group counseling, crisis intervention, faculty and staff consultation and outreach activities. The primary goal of the SCC is to contribute to the University’s commitment to provide a supportive campus environment and to empower students to achieve academic and professional success.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.


• Provides a professional, student-centered and respectful atmosphere that supports the dignity and worth of all students seeking services from the office.

• Develops, implements and evaluates a comprehensive program of student support services, including workshops, support groups, small group sessions and online programming, designed to bolster emotional wellness and professional development. Conducts needs assessments to identify additional opportunities to improve support services.

• Provides short-term clinical counseling services for students including individual, couple and group counseling; assessments; crisis intervention; and outreach education.

• Serves as a consultant to the campus community on risk assessment.

• Develops and coordinates campus-wide alcohol and drug abuse prevention programming.

• Works collaboratively with the Director of Wellness Programs and the Director of Student Health Services to foster a model of wellness that is synergistic and holistic.

• Provides supervision and leadership in all phases of service operations and administration, including policy and procedures development and the implementation of all programs.

• Develops and maintains appropriate referral relationships and service linkages for students requiring extended therapeutic care.


• Develops appropriate assessment tools to measure the effectiveness of programs and prepare annual reports; provides oversight for the conversion to electronic scheduling and record keeping.

• Serves as the administrator for student counseling records.

• Consults with faculty, staff, and administration regarding concerns of students.

• Promotes the multicultural competence of staff.

• Prepares and manages the annual budget for the office.

• Participates in and successfully completes all University required training including, but not limited to discrimination/harassment and code of conduct.

• Performs other job related duties and special projects as assigned.


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: The Director has oversight of the counselors in the Student Counseling Center and carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include but are not limited to interviewing and/or motivating and/or training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.


QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.




• Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology or Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program.

• Five years of post-doctoral clinical experience.

• Experience in a university student counseling center with evidence of leadership responsibilities and employee supervision.




• Licensed in Iowa or be able to obtain professional licensure in Iowa within six months




• Knowledge of legal and ethical issues in university college mental health and the ability

to educate the university community about these issues

• Collaborative leadership style in an ever-changing work environment

• Ability to analyze and think critically

• Exceptional interpersonal skills

• Multicultural competency and commitment to diversity and inclusivity

• Excellent oral and written presentation skills, including the ability to provide training and outreach presentations to diverse groups

• Ability to develop and implement administrative policies and procedures


APPLICATION DIRECTIONS: Please provide CV, cover letter ( address to Chairperson of Director Student Counseling Center Search Committee) and full contact information for 3 professional references at initial submission. PDF   documents/attachments preferred.


Job Title: Director of Student Counseling Center

Department: Student Counseling

Reports To: Vice President Student Services

FLSA Status: Exempt

Prepared By: Human Resources

Prepare Date: June 30, 2014


Benefits: Fulltime Salaried/Exempt


Work Schedule: M-F 8-5


Other: Please provide CV, cover letter and reference contact

information at initial submission.


Resume review and/or interview scheduling will commence

immediately and continue until the position is filled.






4. Massachusetts College of Art and Design


Official Title:  Assistant Director of Counseling and Wellness Center

FLSA Status Exempt

Union APA

Pay Rate

Department Counseling and Wellness Center


Job Description / Statement of Duties

Massachusetts College of Art and Design is a public, independent college of art and design. The college’s academic and co-curricular programs prepare students, from diverse backgrounds, to participate in the creative economy as artists, designers, and educators. Both the college’s and Student Development division’s mission is based on shared values of commitment to accessible, affordable higher education, diversity and social justice, and fostering community building within the college.


The Assistant Director of the Counseling and Wellness Center is a full time, 12 month position that supports the Center’s mission to enhance learning and student success by advancing the health and well-being of our students. The position is multifaceted in scope and function and is designed to assist the Director with the overall management for the Counseling and Wellness Center clinical operations (day-to-day service delivery, utilization review, supervision, quality improvement analysis and initiatives). In addition, the Assistant Director provides direct counseling, assessment, and treatment of students and is involved in outreach, training, and consultation services. The Assistant Director will act as the Counseling and Wellness Center Director’s designee for administrative, clinical, crisis response and consultation when the Director is absent or when designated by the Director to do so.


S/he will develop policies and procedures for the delivery of mental health services; provide training and consultation on the prevention and identification of mental health problems which may jeopardize students’ academic success or compromise the safety and well-being of the campus community; collaborate with students’ families, faculty, staff and others in cases involving seriously ill students; and participate in division and college-wide committees and efforts to support and improve student life on campus and retention of students.


The Assistant Director reports to the Director of Counseling and Wellness and assists in clinical supervision of graduate level trainees and administrative staff.



  • Provide supervision to graduate level interns that strengthens the training program and assures the highest standards of professional and ethical care
  • Provide appropriate psychological services that address a full range of issues
  • Assist director to oversee the daily operations of the counseling services office including case management and crisis intervention
  • Assist director to develop priorities and goals for the counseling services office in support of student development objectives and the academic mission of the College
  • Provide available coverage and oversight of crisis coverage for after-hours mental health emergencies
  • Work collaboratively with the Student Development Division and other offices that require input from a mental health expert; i.e. Academic Resource Center, Civil Rights Compliance and Diversity, Academic Affairs Assist director in recruitment, selection, orientation and development of graduate interns
  • Assist director to maintain and update appropriate off campus resources, files and resource library relevant to the needs of college-age students
  • Refer to appropriate outside resources for long-term therapy and/or issue-specific therapists and refer to and coordinate with treating/medicating psychopharmacologists when appropriate
  • Provide regular campus-wide training and workshops as needed, with an emphasis on educating faculty, staff and students to make appropriate referrals to the Counseling and Wellness Center
  • Collect, store and maintain client records in accordance with state and federal laws and standards of professional ethics so that the highest level of client confidentiality may be maintained
  • Serve as liaison to other offices/departments in the College
  • Be an active member of Student Development initiatives and national organizations in higher education relevant to student affairs.
  • Attend/assist with College functions of general importance to student body or College (e.g. Orientation,
  • Commencement, etc.)
  • Additional duties as assigned
  • The Assistant Director is accountable for ensuring that affirmative action, equal opportunity and diversity are integrally tied to all actions and decisions for which they are responsible and which fall within the scope of the Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/Diversity Plan


Review of applications will being on Friday, August 1, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled.

MassArt HR Site:


Required Minimum Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Social Work or doctorate in Psychology
  • 5 years post-degree clinical experience
  • Licensure or licensure-eligible in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Excellent clinical skills and demonstrated commitment to student learning and diversity
  • Demonstrated ability to provide vision, training, supervision, and leadership to a college counseling center training program
  • Interest and experience providing services to a multicultural population
  • Experience working collaboratively with College faculty, administration and staff
  • Ability to communicate successfully with a diverse faculty, staff, and student body
  • Preferred Qualifications 5+ years of experience at a college or College Counseling Center
  • Doctorate in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from an APA accredited program
  • Supervisory experience


Open Until Filled: Yes


Special Instructions to Applicants

Successful candidate must obtain Massachusetts Licensure within 3 months of employment

Finalists may be asked to provide copies of licensure and liability insurance


Requisition Number S00045

Quick Link

Eligible Applicants All (Internal and External)

Job Type Full-time


Application Documents

Required Documents

1. Resume

2. Letter of Interest


Optional Documents


Posting Specific Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

* How did you hear about this employment opportunity?




5. Weber State University




The Weber State University Counseling & Psychological Services Center (CPSC) is pleased to accept applications for a full-time 12-month clinical position. Expected start date of position is August/September 2014. Duties primarily include brief individual and couples counseling and crisis intervention, with additional opportunities for group therapy, outreach, and consultation.


Minimum Qualifications:

  • Doctoral degree from an appropriately accredited college/university and graduate program in Counseling or Clinical Psychology.
  • Currently licensed as a Psychologist in ­­­Utah or license-eligible within one year. Please note that all appropriate requirements for practice must be completed prior to start date (see for details).
  • One year of experience providing individual psychotherapy to adult outpatients.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 2 years post-licensure.
  • Demonstrated experience and competence in the following areas:
    • Providing psychotherapy in a university counseling center setting.
    • Providing clinical supervision to graduate students.
    • Counseling diverse populations, including members of the LGBTQ community.

 Weber State University is a comprehensive, regional university on two beautiful campuses in Ogden and Layton, Utah with three other regional centers in Northern Utah. WSU prides itself in its quality teaching, its commitment to meeting the needs of students at every stage of life and its ongoing service to the community. The university emphasizes undergraduate education and has an enrollment of over 25,000 students. It offers more than 200 certificate and degree programs, the largest and most comprehensive undergraduate offering in the state. The university also offers 11 graduate degrees. For more information about Weber State, visit


Ogden is located 30 miles north of Salt Lake City on the slopes of the Wasatch Mountains and is a culturally and intellectually vibrant metropolitan area that provides affordable options for city, suburban, or country living. The Utah mountain environment offers year-round recreational opportunities including 12 national parks and monuments and 13 ski resorts on public lands.


CPSC is a department within the Division of Student Affairs, which has over 170 full time staff members, 400 student employees and 28 departments. The division provides an array of educational opportunities, programs and services to help students learn and succeed. Many services and programs directly support classroom and course learning such as tutoring and testing. Others are intended to assist students in overcoming barriers that might limit their ability to profit from learning or to help students attain a holistic education and healthy lifestyle.


The mission of CPSC is to enhance the psychological growth and development of the diverse Weber State University community. We support the academic experience by providing brief mental health counseling, outreach, and consultation services that help individuals identify barriers, improve coping, and achieve personal goals. CPSC has a clinical staff of 10 mental health professionals and one part-time psychiatric nurse. Services are provided within a brief therapy model for students, faculty, and staff on both Ogden and Davis campuses. While primary responsibilities are clinical in nature, staff members also assist with assessment efforts of the division and within the department, collaborate with colleagues across the division and the campus, and serve on various interdisciplinary committees. Please visit the CPSC website at for further information about the center.

Compensation is commensurate for the region and includes an excellent benefits package.


Criminal background check is required as a condition of employment.


All applicants must apply online at and must include names and contact information for three professional references.


Applications accepted immediately; position will remain open until filled. Screening will begin on Monday, July 21, 2014.


Weber State University is an AA/EO employer and acts in compliance with all aspects of the ADA. Members of under-represented groups are encouraged to apply.




6.   Tulane University


Adult Psychology Postdoctoral Position


Tulane University School of Medicine

Department Of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences



A full-time post-doctoral candidate will provide assessment and treatment services on an acute inpatient psychiatric unit serving individuals with severe and chronic mental illness, including affective disorders, anxiety and trauma disorders, substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, personality disorders and intellectual disability.


1.       Successful completion of an APA approved internship with experience in serious mental illness in adults

2.       Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology




1.  Experience in psychological assessment (cognitive and personality)

2.  Experience in psychological consultation

3.  Experience in individual and group therapy

4.  Experience developing and implementing individual behavior and treatment plans

5.  Experience in crisis intervention



1.  Experience working in psychiatric acute inpatient settings

2.  Experience in milieu treatment and management

3.  Experience participating as a member of an interdisciplinary team

4.  Experience in supervision and teaching



Psychological testing

Typical % Allocation 20% of job

·         Provide brief individual cognitive and social-emotional assessments for selected adult inpatients

·         Interview patients, review medical record, obtain collateral information

·         Administering, scoring, and interpreting psychological testing

·         Write integrated psychological evaluations

Psychological consultation

Typical % Allocation 20% of job

·         Attend rounds with psychiatry and nursing staff

·         Develop and implement behavioral plans

·         Provide verbal and written results of consults, which may include but not limited to psychological testing, individual therapy, and psycho-education

Group and milieu therapy

Typical % Allocation 20% of job

·         Facilitate group therapy

·         Facilitate group psycho-education

·         Completion of group therapy notes in a timely fashion

·         Assist other disciplines in implementing milieu therapy

·         Attend monthly unit meetings that facilitate communication and group cohesion

Milieu management

Typical % Allocation 15% of job

·         Assist and facilitate the unit schedule

·         Provide debriefing after a potentially traumatic incident

Treatment planning

Typical % Allocation 10% of job

·         Attend weekly treatment team

·         Initiate and modify individual treatment plans

·         Mentor other disciplines in accurately completing treatment plans

Supervision and training

10% of job

·         Weekly supervision with site supervisor

·         Prepare and present in services to unit staff

·         Prepare and present lectures for medical students, psychiatry residents, and psychology interns as requested, including at least one presentation to the Psychiatry Department’s Grand Rounds

·         Attend psychology didactics based on Psychology Division expectations for post-docs

Perform other duties as requested or required, whether or not specifically mentioned in this

Job description. Typical % Allocation 5% of job


Qualified applicants should apply online the Tulane University’s Jobsite at , IRC3961.  Tulane is strongly committed to policies of non-discrimination and affirmative action in student admission and in employment.





7. Stetson University




Full-time: with benefits


BASIC JOB DESCRIPTION: Stetson University is seeking a Florida Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Florida Qualified Supervisor who has knowledge and experience in providing appropriate clinical services to a college population and with clinically supervising other clinicians. The Counselor will provide services at the Stetson University Counseling Center and reports directly to the Executive Director of Holistic Wellness. The Counselor will also work cooperatively with the campus at-large, especially Campus Life and Student Success (CLaSS). The Clinical Supervisor position is a full-time 12-month position.


QUALIFICATIONS: Have at the minimum a master’s degree in counseling or a closely related discipline; be a state of Florida licensed mental health or marriage and family counselor; demonstrate knowledge of principles of program development, consultation, outreach, developmental theories of the adolescent and adult, and be able to understand the person in the context of a diverse social and cultural milieu; have personal attributes that enable the Counselor to facilitate effective interpersonal relationships and to communicate with a wide range of students, faculty, staff, and administrators; be a qualified supervisor; have experience providing clinical supervision; have experience working at a college counseling center. Be willing to serve on call 24/7 at least once a month for one week, in which time individuals stays within 40 minutes of campus. Acknowledge that while most of this positions time is in office during regular week days, that some evenings and weekend workshops and outreach will be necessary. The successful candidate should possess a deep commitment to assist college students in their transition to adulthood and to work cooperatively with the Counseling Center staff and the CLaSS. We seek a colleague with a strong desire to work at a small, private institution committed to a liberal learning environment. A commitment and an ability to engage students in the learning process through programs and personal contact is a must.


ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Provide individual and group counseling and/or psychotherapy, assessment, crisis intervention, and on-call services. Leads and provides direction for clinical supervision to the counseling center staff, including running clinical consultation meetings. Provides consultation to counseling center staff. Directly supervise Florida Registered Intern’s and graduate student counselors as needed. Guides Counseling Center on clinical best practices for counseling on college campuses. Develop outreach programs/activities. Provide consultation services to student groups, faculty, and staff within the university. Participate in research and/or data collection in accordance with the rule of the University’s IRB. Develop and use electronic programs (such as internet services, Titanium Schedule, OQ

Assessments, dictation programs) and other tools to enhance the efficacy of the Counseling Center’s work. Serve on a committee within the division. Support and implement University and departmental policies and procedures. Perform other assigned functions that contribute to the service offerings of the Counseling Center and the academic mission of the institution.


WORKING CONDITIONS: Requires some physical effort (i.e., standing and walking, light lifting (5-10 lbs.) and manual dexterity in the use of fingers or limbs in the operation of office equipment; extended periods of time at a keyboard, perceptual demands for sound, form, texture and depth.


APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Please submit a cover letter and resume, with names, addresses, emails and telephone numbers of three professional references to the Department of Human Resource at or send to Stetson University, Inc., Office of Human Resources, 421 N. Woodland Boulevard, Unit 8327, DeLand, FL 32723. FAX: 386.822.7562. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until filled.


Stetson University is an Equal Opportunity Employer that affirms cultural diversity and inclusion as a core value of academic excellence at Stetson University. We are committed to achieving equal access in education, employment and participation through the recruitment and retention of outstanding faculty, staff and students from diverse backgrounds, and to meaningful academic and intellectual transformation in curriculum, research and service. We are dedicated to actions and policies that foster a community in which individuals with various identities, cultures, backgrounds and viewpoints work together to create opportunities for engagement through rewarding and fulfilling careers and personal experiences in a culturally and racially diverse society and a globalized world. We strongly encourage members of historically under-represented and economically-disadvantaged groups and women to apply for employment. Stetson University is an EEO, ADA, ADEA and GINA employer.




8. New Lifestyles, Inc.


New Lifestyles, Inc. is currently seeking two Virginia licensed or license eligible psychotherapists to join our clinical team. Doctorate level training is preferred, including those seeking a residency, but willing to consider individuals with a masters degree. Benefits include paid vacation and health insurance.


Reply to:


Kenneth L. Cuave, PsyD

President/Licensed Psychologist


New Lifestyles

230 W Boscawen St.

Winchester, VA 22601




9. University of Illinois at Chicago


Position Title

Counseling Center

Salary Range
Commensurate with experience and license status; includes fringe benefits as an academic professional staff

Position Description
The Counseling Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago has a full-time psychiatrist position available.

Essential responsibilities:
.    Conduct psychiatric evaluation and consultation sessions for new clients and provide on-going psychiatric treatments
.    Prescribe and monitor appropriate medications for clients at the Counseling Center including those being seen for psychotherapy at the Counseling Center in collaboration with the primary therapist.
.    Assist and facilitate, as needed, in the referral of UIC students and clients to psychiatric and other medically-based services within the university or the community.
.    Assist and facilitate, as needed, in the emergency care and/or hospitalization of UIC students and Counseling Center clients, and in other linkages with the UIC Department of Psychiatry.
.    Provide consultation and training to the professional staff and trainees of the Counseling Center with regard to medications, evaluations and treatment of Counseling Center clients.
.    Develop, revise, and disseminate departmental policies and procedures regarding provision of, and referral for, psychiatric services.
.    Provide supervision and training of psychiatric residents.
.    Perform other related duties and participate in special projects as assigned.

The Counseling Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago is a comprehensive outpatient mental health services center, providing evaluation, counseling, consultation, psychiatric care, and referral to UIC students. The Counseling Center is the main provider of mental health
services to students on campus, has a strong commitment to training through our APA-accredited internship as well as externship and postdoc positions. We offer individual, couples, and group therapy, psychiatric care, and psychoeducational workshops. Our services are confidential and available at no charge for currently enrolled students. We also provide consultation to faculty, staff, and other stakeholders for student success.  The Center staff includes licensed psychologists and psychiatrists, doctoral interns and externs, postdoctoral psychology residents, and trained paraprofessionals. The UIC Counseling Center staff is committed to the highest standards of competency in meeting the needs of individuals from diverse backgrounds, including differences of culture, race, ethnicity, national origin, class, gender, ability, age, body size, immigrant status, and sexual orientation. The Center has been serving the University of Illinois at Chicago for more than 35 years, is part of the Division of Student Affairs, and is fully accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services, Inc.

Minimum Qualifications
Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy and completion of an ACGME, (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) or AOA (American Osteopathic Association) accredited residency in psychiatry required. A minimum of two years clinical experience preferred.

Unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Illinois and unrestricted Drug Enforcement Administration license. Board-certified or board eligible in psychiatry.

Familiarity with current standards of psychiatric care for a college population including knowledge of current assessment procedures, treatment methods, interventions and medications, particularly related to anxiety, depression, psychosis, bipolar illness, eating disorders, trauma and substance abuse.

Position requires some evening hours and weekend duties.

Desired Qualifications
Experience and expertise in serving a multicultural, diverse population.
Excellent oral and written communication skills. Applications from qualified individuals with experience working with students, and in a counseling center setting or who can otherwise add to the rich diversity of our clinical staff and well serve our multiculturally diverse student population are strongly encouraged.

Knowledge and ability to practice within a holistic, integrative model of healthcare is desirable.

University Description
UIC is a large, urban Research 1 university with a primarily commuter,
though increasingly residential, student population of more than 27,500
and recognized as one of the most diverse colleges in the U.S. More
information is available at

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer and actively encourages applications from women, members of under-represented minority groups, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups and others who would enrich the University’s strong commitment to serve its highly diverse community.

Required Application Materials
Cover letter, vita, and the names and contact details for three professional references. Hire contingent upon verification of current license as psychiatrist and background check.

Application Deadline
For fullest consideration, submit application materials and completed application forms no later than July 21, 2014.

Starting Date
Anticipated to begin Fall Semester 2014

Send Application Materials To:
Complete an application and submit cover letter, vita, and the names and contact details for three professional references at (reference Human Resources Job ID# 42908.

Phone Number

Web Address

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer.  Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.





10. Georgia Gwinnett College


Position Title
Postdoctoral Fellowship


Counseling and Psychological Services


Salary Range
24,000 plus full-time benefits


Position Description
Reporting to the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, the Postdoctoral Fellow’s primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
* Provide initial assessments, individual therapy, group therapy, and couples counseling
* Provide on-call and walk-in coverage
* Supervise graduate trainee
* Provide preventative and educational outreach to campus community
* Establish liaisons with various campus organizations and groups
* Serve in a consulting role to faculty, staff, and parents
* Establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with local mental health professionals to coordinate treatment services and referrals
* Perform other duties as assigned


Minimum Qualifications
Individuals must have graduated with a doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology by the date of employment and have previous experience in a college or university counseling center. Experience working with diverse populations.


Desired Qualifications
Experience in developing and implementing preventative mental health outreach programming. Experience with group therapy and supervision of graduate trainees. Experience working with substance abuse, suicide assessment, and historically underserved populations.


University Description
Founded in 2005, Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) is the 35th institution of the University System of Georgia. GGC is a premier 21st century four-year liberal arts college accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools. With a current enrollment of over 9,000 students, including both residential and commuter students.


Region Description
Located in the greater Atlanta metropolitan area, GGC provides a student-centered, technology-enriched learning environment. Gwinnett County (pop. 780,000+) is home to a variety of businesses, including organizations involved in health care, education, and information technology.


Required Application Materials
Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae, Transcript, 3 letters of reference.
Apply online at Upload 3 letters of reference as “other” documents online to complete your application.


Application Deadline
Open until filled.

Starting Date
August 14, 2014


Send Applications To:
Human Resources Georgia Gwinnett College

Mailing Address
1000 University Center Lane
Lawrenceville, GA 30043


Phone Number

Web Address




11. University of the Sciences (Philadelphia, PA)


Position Title
Staff Psychologist (10 month)


Student Health & Counseling/ Division of Student Affairs

Salary Range
$48,062 plus benefits


Position Description
This position reports directly to the Associate Director of Counseling, and to the Assistant Director of Counseling, when the Associate Director is absent. The position is a full-time, 35 hours per week, 10 months per year position. The weekly schedule for this position will be 5 full days per week, from 9-5 from Mid-August through Mid-June.

•Conduct Evaluation and Treatment of individual undergraduate and graduate students using a range of modalities, including: intake assessment/triage, crisis intervention, time-limited case consultation, ongoing counseling, and referral
•Provide Consultation and Liaison to other University representatives (Dean of Students Office, Faculty, Advising) in support of individual clients and resolving academic status issues, obtaining medical leave of absence, returning from medical leave, and supporting academic success
•Assist with Preventative Outreach/ Systemic Consultation to the Campus Community (including faculty, staff, and/or students) in designated domains (ex: Women’s Health, Cultural Diversity, Alcohol & Other Drugs, Student Life, Academic Support & Retention, Severe & Persistent Mental Illness, etc.), relying on such methods as tailored needs assessments, program planning & evaluation, psycho-educational group facilitation, grant development, etc.
•Assist with the Graduate Psychology Training Program, including supervision of masters- and doctoral-level practicum students and interns
•Provide After-Hours Coverage as part of an on call rotation for Counseling clients and collaborate on campus-level crisis incidents, in coordination with SHAC Associate Director and Assistant Director
•Attend and Participate in Departmental-, Division-, and Campus-Level Meetings, and related administrative tasks (as assigned & schedule permitting)
•Pursue Opportunities for Professional Expertise Development and complete continuing education activities as required by state licensing board regulations


Minimum Qualifications
Pennsylvania license to practice Psychology


Desired Qualifications
Doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology (Ph.D., Psy.D., or Ed.D.) from an APA-accredited program, and a valid Pennsylvania license to practice psychology is required. Minimum of three (3) years experience with assessment and treatment of college student population, campus based-outreach and program development, and supervision and training of graduate psychology trainees.

*Demonstrated commitment to working with a diverse student population, and in particular with health-professionals-in-training.
*Supervision and training experience preferred with graduate psychology/ counseling trainees.


University Description
Please visit the following link for detailed information:

Region Description
Please visit the following link for detailed information:


Required Application Materials
Letter of interest, professional vita, and contact information for 3 references familiar with professional clinical work. Any successful candidate will be required to complete a full background check as a condition of formal offer of employment with the University. USciences in an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer.


Application Deadline
Applications will be reviewed as received until position is filled.

Starting Date
On or around August 15, 2014


Send Applications To:
Dr. Karen Levinson

Mailing Address
email applications only
Philadelphia, PA


Phone Number
no phone inquiries, please

Web Address





12. College of the Holy Cross


Position Title
Staff Psychologist


Counseling Center


Position Description
The College of the Holy Cross (Worcester, MA) invites applications for an 11-month full-time Staff Psychologist to join our team. The Counseling Center team includes four licensed psychologists, a consulting psychiatrist, two doctoral level practicum trainees, and an administrative assistant. The Counseling Center is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services, Inc. (IACS).

The Staff Psychologist provides a broad range of direct psychological services to Holy Cross students including the following: diagnostic assessment and evaluation; individual psychotherapy; group therapy; crisis intervention; consultation; and outreach programming and training. The Staff Psychologist provides consultative psychological services to members of the Holy Cross community including faculty members, staff members, deans, administrators, and parents. The Staff Psychologist provides clinical supervision of doctoral level practicum students. The Staff Psychologist coordinates programs for the Counseling Center as assigned by the Director. The Staff Psychologist participates in the Counseling Center’s evening and weekend on-call duties, and emergency and crisis response procedures.

This is a 11 month, exempt level position.

The College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and complies with all Federal and Massachusetts laws concerning Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action in the workplace.

A member of the Higher Education Consortium of Central Massachusetts (HECCMA).

To review our Employee Benefit Options, please go to:


Minimum Qualifications
• Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology from an APA-accredited program.
• Completion of an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship.
• Experience in a college counseling center setting.
• Strong clinical psychotherapeutic skills.
• Licensed as a Psychologist/Health Service Provider in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
within one year of hire.


Desired Qualifications
• Demonstrated commitment to and experience with diversity and inclusion.
• Experience and familiarity with one or more of the following: women’s programming and services; eating disorders; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender programming and services; diversity and inclusion outreach and programming.
• Experience providing crisis assessment and interventions with a wide range of clinical populations.
• Experience providing clinical supervision to practicum students/interns.
• Experience in the development and provision of mental health educational initiatives specific to the needs of a diverse university student population.
• Licensed as a Psychologist/Health Service Provider in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.


University Description
Founded in 1843 in Worcester, Massachusetts, the College of the Holy Cross is among the nation’s leading liberal arts institutions. A highly selective, four-year, exclusively undergraduate college of 2,800 students, Holy Cross is renowned for offering a rigorous, personalized education in the Jesuit, Catholic tradition.

Holy Cross highly values the unique skills, perspective, talents and passion that each employee contributes to its learning community. To work at The College is to accept an invitation to participate in the growth and development of all campus members—students, faculty and staff. The College’s commitment to diversity is an important feature of the Holy Cross education. Informed by the presence of diverse interpretations of the human experience, Holy Cross is building a community marked by freedom, mutual respect, and civility. We seek others who support our values of diversity and inclusiveness. Job candidates of all ethnic, racial and religious backgrounds who embrace the open and inclusive culture of Holy Cross are welcome and encourage to apply.


Required Application Materials
Please attach resume and cover letter.

Should you be a candidate for further consideration after hiring manager review, you will be contacted by a human resources representative.

Please submit applications to:


Application Deadline

Starting Date


Web Address




13. Georgia College and State University


Position Title
Counselor (9 month limited term)


Counseling Services

Position Description
The limited term counselor’s responsibilities include providing individual, group, and couples counseling services to a diverse range of GC students on personal (psychological and mental health), academic, and career concerns to facilitate their adjustment and growth. The limited term counselor will maintain documentation of services. The employee will develop and lead structured groups, workshops, presentations, and other counseling outreach programming.

1. Provide counseling to a diverse range of constituents on personal, academic, and career concerns, engage in crisis intervention to address emergency situations, and maintain appropriate documentation and provide psych educational outreach programming.

2. Develops and leads structured groups, workshops, presentations, and other counseling outreach programming.

3. Consults with faculty, staff, and other personnel both on and off campus about the developmental, career, and mental health needs of students.

4. Works individually and on committees with faculty, staff, other educational personnel, and external agencies for the benefit of students and the institution.

5. Completes additional duties as assigned by the Director or Assistant Director of Counseling Services.

This is a 9 month position that begins mid-August 2014 and ends May 2015.

Georgia College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution committed to cultural, racial, and ethnic communities. We promote equal employment opportunities regardless of race, religion, color, gender, marital status, genetic information, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, and gender identity. It is expected that successful candidates share these commitments.

Knowledge/Skills and Abilities
Understanding of complex principles of human behavior; knowledge of counseling concepts, practices and procedures and ability to use in varied situations; completion of case notes in timely manner, development of outreach presentations; ability to use computer for scheduling, documentation, and communication; answering phones.


Minimum Qualifications
Master’s degree in psychology, counseling, social work, marriage and family therapy or a related field.
Licensure in mental health discipline in Georgia.
One year experience post-licensure in provision of counseling or psychotherapy.


Desired Qualifications
Doctoral degree in psychology, counseling, or a related field.
Licensure in a mental health discipline in Georgia and able to practice independently.
Greater than one year experience post-licensure in a college counseling setting.
Able to start by 8/1/2014


University Description
Georgia College, Georgia’s designated public liberal arts university, seeks a dynamic healthcare professional to provide leadership for our Counseling Services department as director. The duties assigned to the director are training and supervising six full-time mental health professionals; provide direct counseling services and psychotherapy to students in individual, couple and group settings to facilitate their adjustment and mental health and maintaining relevant documentation; provide consultation to university personnel and others regarding students of concern; establish and maintain collaborative relationships with other departments; act as a senior member of the Student Affairs leadership team; provide training to students, faculty and staff regarding the developmental and mental health needs of students; develop and lead structured groups, workshops, presentations and other counseling outreach programming; and encourage the development of a supportive campus environment.

Located in the heart of Milledgeville, Georgia College has a prime position near the cities of Atlanta, Athens, Augusta and Macon. Georgia College offers the intimacy and intellectual atmosphere of Georgia’s only public liberal arts university, set on our historical campus that is heralded by students, faculty and staff as one of the most attractive in the area. The foundation of Georgia College lies in a deep-rooted emphasis on developing pathways to individual success and personal fulfillment for students, faculty and staff. First chartered in 1889, Georgia College boasts a rich history of producing graduates who enter the workplace as leaders and thinkers.
For more information please visit our university website:


Required Application Materials

Cover Letter

Application Deadline
Position is open until filled but priority will be given to applications received by 7/7/14.

Starting Date
Preference given to applicants who can start by 8/1/14.

Web Address





14. Temple University


Position Title
Staff Psychologist


Tuttleman Counseling Services


Salary Range
Competitive, commensurate with experience Range 52,000 to 55,000


Position Description
Position Description
The Staff Psychologist/Counselor provides individual, group, couples and family counseling and conducts triage and intake evaluations.
As a member of one of the daily walk-in-clinic teams, the Counselor assesses the level of urgency present with students who register for services at the Counseling Center, makes referrals for psychiatric evaluation, refers to other resources on and off campus, provides supervision to trainees, provides didactic seminars as part of the counseling center’s training program and provides crisis intervention services including participation in an urgent care rotation with other clinicians.
In addition, the Counselor provides orientation to the counseling center for incoming students, and consultation for students, parents and various offices throughout the university.
The Staff Psychologist also performs other duties as assigned.
One evening (Tuesday or Wednesday) and occasional Saturday morning hours are required.
Please provide a resume, a cover letter, and three letters of recommendation in addition to your employment application.

Previous experience working in a college counseling center setting is preferred

Required Skills and Abilities
• Demonstrated ability to provide individual, group, couples, and family counseling
• Ability to provide consultation to Walk In Clinic team members, TCS staff, TCS trainees, administration, faculty, staff, students, and families regarding mental health issues
• Ability to participate as a member of one of the department’s two Critical Incident Stress management teams to provide debriefing and other interventions for traumatized community members
• Ability to provide supervision to trainees
• Ability to provide education in areas of expertise for the department’s didactic seminar for pre-doctoral interns, and other forums
• Ability to assist in the hiring of new staff and also the selection of trainees
• Ability to participate on a walk in clinic team one day per week providing triage assessments and consultation to other staff and trainees
• Ability to assist in the orientation of new and transfer students and their parents to Temple University and to counseling center services

Minimum Qualifications
Minimum Qualifications
Doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology and licensure or eligibility for licensure as a psychologist in the state of Pennsylvania
Doctor of Social Work in Pennsylvania may also be considered. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.


Desired Qualifications
Desired Qualifications
In addition to the above qualifications prior employment experience in a university counseling center is desirable.


University Description
Temple University of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education in Pennsylvania is a state-related comprehensive public research university with more than 39,000 students. It has a distinguished faculty in 17 schools and colleges, including schools of Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Podiatry, and Dentistry, and a renowned Health Sciences Center. Temple is one of Pennsylvania’s three public research universities, along with the University of Pittsburgh and Penn State University. Temple University is the 28th-largest university in the United States, and it is the 6th-largest provider of professional education (law, dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, and podiatric medicine) in the country. It has international campuses in Rome, Italy and Tokyo, Japan. The counseling center is on the main campus in Philadelphia, a vibrant urban campus with 10,000 students living on or near campus.


Region Description
Temple University’s main campus is the home of Tuttleman Counseling Services. It is a thriving and vibrant urban campus that is a few minutes north of center city Philadelphia, a major metropolitan area with all of the resources and excitement of a large city. Philadelphia is rich in history and has top tier cultural, entertainment, and dining opportunities. It is within easy traveling distance to New York City and Washington D.C. as well as the Pocono Mountains recreational area.


Required Application Materials
To apply for this position:
Go to the Temple homepage –
Scroll down to the bottom of the page
Click on “careers at Temple”
Choose “Employees Only” or “Non Employees Only”
You can either browse all jobs by clicking on “Find Jobs”
use Requisition # TU-17960 by typing it into the “Search by Job number” box and clicking the “Find Job” button.


Application Deadline
Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled. It is best to have materials in by early July.


Starting Date
August 2013


Send Applications To:
see above instructions for online application


Web Address





15. Sonoma State University

 Position Title

Staff Psychologist (Trauma Specialist)


Counseling and Psychological Services


Salary Range
$51,000 (working an Academic Year with a break in summer, as well as winter and spring). Please see Academic Calendar at for exact dates. Plus, excellent health and retirement benefits.


Position Description
Please refer to for complete information on this position.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Sonoma State University (SSU) is accepting applications for a full-time academic year staff psychologist who specializes in the clinical treatment (within a short-term model) and outreach services (including trainings, workshops, and programs) of trauma-related mental health issues. This position is classified as a temporary, benefit-eligible position with anticipated annual renewal.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is the University’s student counseling center. CAPS is a department within the Students Affairs unit of Academic Affairs. CAPS offers confidential counseling to students experiencing personal problems that interfere with their academic progress, career or well-being. Prospective applicants are encouraged to see the department’s Web page at: 

Under the general supervision of the Clinical Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, the selected candidate is expected to provide a broad range of clinical and outreach services to SSU students including the following: diagnostic assessment and evaluation; brief, evidence-based individual, couples, and group psychotherapy; case management; crisis and emergency intervention and referrals to outside providers. In addition, the selected candidate will collaborate with the CAPS Clinical Coordinator/Crisis Advocate to develop and conduct specific outreach, programming and trainings in the areas of sexual assault and relationship violence. The staff psychologist also provides consultative psychological services to members of the Sonoma State community, including faculty, staff, deans, administrators, and parents.


The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of age, disability, disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran status, gender, marital status, national origin, race, religion, or sexual orientation.


This position is considered a “mandated reporter” under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.

Jeanne Clery Act – Annual Security Report

Sonoma State University’s Annual Security Report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Sonoma State University and on the public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus.

The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, alcohol/drug use, crime prevention, reporting of crimes, sexual assault and other matters. You can download a copy of this report by accessing the Police and Parking Services web site, Jeanne Clery Act or receive a copy by contacting Police and Parking Services at (707) 664-2143.

Campus Housing Fire Safety Report

Sonoma State University’s Annual Campus Housing Fire Safety Report, in compliance with The Campus Fire Safety Right-to-Know Act, contains information about fire statistics, fire safety systems, and safety practices and standards for campus housing. The Campus Housing Fire Safety Report is available at the Housing Services website or you can contact Housing Services at (707) 664-2541 to receive printed information or additional information.


Minimum Qualifications
Possession of a Doctorate degree in clinical or counseling psychology.

Licensed (or license eligible within 3 months of hire) as a psychologist in the State of California

Minimum of three years professional experience in a mental health setting with at least one year in a student counseling or student mental health setting.

Demonstrated clinical competency and interest in working with trauma (primarily related to sexual assault and relationship violence) and/or with victim advocacy and empowerment

Demonstrated ability to evaluate and intervene with severely disturbed students

Experience and comfort working with “high risk” mental health issues

Skill and ability to identify and articulate a treatment plan within a short-term therapy model

Demonstrated commitment to social justice

Strong generalist clinical skills and expertise working with serious mental health issues.

Demonstrated competence in providing short-term counseling and crisis intervention to adolescent and young adult populations

Demonstrated effectiveness in counseling with a variety of racial/ethnic/cultural groups and diversities including multi-racial identity, gender, LGBTQI, disabilities, and religion.

Ability to make prognostic indications for short-term therapeutic work with students and understand when and how to refer to other treatment facilities.

Passion and experience providing campus outreach, programs, workshops, and trainings.

Occasional availability evenings and/or weekends for outreach presentations and/or after-hours coverage.

Excellent interpersonal skills

Excellent communication skills, including a demonstrated ability to conduct effective oral presentations, facilitate the open exchange of ideas, and write professional, clear, concise clinical notes, documents, and reports.

Knowledge of applicable laws and ethics pertaining to the practice of psychology.

Competent use of DSM

Knowledge of developmental issues in university populations

Demonstrated ability to work as a team member in a stressful environment

Strong planning and organizational skills

Ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively as a member of the CAPS team


Desired Qualifications
Doctorate obtained from an APA-accredited doctoral program

Completion of an accredited pre-doctoral internship (CAPIC, APPIC, APA).

Knowledge and experience with Titanium (electronic scheduling and record-keeping system)

Experience in the development and implementation of sexual assault and/or relationship violence programs

Experience developing and conducting workshops and groups on a variety of mental health topics and prevention programs within a college setting

More than two years clinical experience in a college counseling center

Experience in supervision and training of graduate level students and interns

Expertise in evidence-based, trauma-focused treatment models


University Description
Sonoma State University is one of the 23 campuses of the California State University. Located in the Sonoma County wine country, 48 miles north of San Francisco, the University has an enrollment of approximately 9,000 students. As of spring 2013, the University had 497 faculty with 47% tenure-track. The University is comprised of six schools: Arts and Humanities, Business and Economics, Education, Extended and International Education, Social Sciences and Science and Technology. Degrees are offered in 45 majors at the bachelor’s level and 16 at the master’s level.


Region Description
Sonoma State University occupies 274 acres in the beautiful wine country of Sonoma County, in Northern California. Located at the foot of the Sonoma hills, the campus is just an hour’s drive north of San Francisco and 40 minutes away from the Pacific Ocean.


Required Application Materials
Letter of interest, including a statement explaining your approach in providing services to a diverse student population and your approach to treating trauma survivors within a brief therapy model.

Current CV

Contact information, including email, for four professional references (none will be contacted without your permission)

Official transcripts are required at the time of hire.

Sonoma State is required to collect and report race and ethnicity data to comply with State, Federal, and University reporting requirements. Please complete the Voluntary Self-Identification Form and email it to

Sonoma State University hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. All offers of employment are contingent upon presentation of documents demonstrating the appointee’s identity and eligibility to work, in accordance with the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act. Sonoma State University does not facilitate the process of applying for an H1B Visa for temporary positions.


Application Deadline
Refer to 103772 on all correspondence and inquiries regarding this position. All application materials should be emailed to by Friday, July 11th, 2014. First review of applications will begin Monday, July 14th, 2014.

Questions concerning the application process may be directed to:

Questions concerning this position may be directed to Laura Williams, Clinical Coordinator, Counseling and Psychological Services. Email:


Starting Date


Web Address




16. Christopher Newport University


Position Title
Staff Counselor


Office of Counseling Services

Salary Range
Competitive with excellent benefits package


Position Description
Christopher Newport University’s Office of Counseling Services seeks a staff counselor for a full-time position to provide individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, educational outreach programs, and consultation with faculty and staff. Though this position is primarily a clinical service delivery position, the successful candidate will also provide after hours on-call support, consulting, psycho-educational programming, including seminars and workshops to address preventative and developmental needs of students, and will also support student success and student engagement in the residence hall and classroom through appropriate programs and services. The candidate may also provide training supervision as needed. The Office of Counseling Services works collaboratively with many offices within the University and Division of Student Affairs, and as such, each staff member contributes to accomplishing the office and division objectives.


Minimum Qualifications
Required qualifications include a master’s degree in counseling, counselor education, clinical/counseling psychology, or related discipline, including coursework and/or appropriate training in individual and group counseling, psychological assessment, theories of personality, abnormal psychology or psychopathology, standards of ethical practice, and substance abuse prevention. The successful candidate must have experience and knowledge in providing individual or group counseling; experience in crisis counseling and intervention to include on-call status and emergency hospitalization procedures; and excellent oral and written communication skills. The successful candidate must be currently licensed or license eligible. If not currently licensed, the position requirement is to obtain Virginia licensure within one year of date of hire.


Desired Qualifications
Preference will be given to candidates who have a doctorate in counseling, counselor education, clinical or counseling psychology, or a closely related discipline; experience providing individual and group counseling in a college/university setting; experience providing supervision to graduate trainees at a university counseling center; experience providing counseling and prevention services in substance abuse; experience providing training programs for resident advisors and Greek populations; experience in behavioral management techniques to assist students experiencing difficulty in adjusting to a college environment; knowledge of student development; ability to plan, manage, and administer concurrent programs meeting a variety of needs; and knowledge about counseling special populations such as those who are at-risk for suicide or victims of sexual assault and substance abuse.


University Description
Selected by The Princeton Review to be included in The 377 Best Colleges: 2013 Edition, Christopher Newport University is a public school offering a private school experience — great teaching, small classes, and a safe, vibrant campus. A “student-first, teaching-first” community, CNU is dedicated to the ideals of scholarship, leadership and service. The University is located in Newport News, Virginia and enrolls 5,000 students. Academic programs at CNU encompass more than 80 areas of study, from biology to business administration and political science to the performing arts. The University has recently completed nearly $1 billion in capital construction on its 260-acre campus, generated nearly 9,000 applications for a freshmen class of 1,200 and has been named one of the top 10 “up and coming” liberal arts schools in U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges guide. For further details and information about Christopher Newport University, visit the University’s web site at


Required Application Materials
Interested parties are requested to submit a cover letter, current resume, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three professional references to:

Director of Equal Opportunity and Faculty Recruitment
Staff Counselor Search
Search #7302
Christopher Newport University
1 Avenue of the Arts
Newport News, VA 23606-3072


Application Deadline
Review of applications will begin on July 17, 2014.
Applications received after July 17, 2014, will be accepted but considered only if needed.
Search finalists are required to complete a CNU sponsored background check.

Christopher Newport University, an EO Employer, is fully committed to Access and Opportunity.


Starting Date
August-September 2014


Send Applications To:
Michelle L Moody

Mailing Address
CNU, 1 Avenue of the Arts
Newport News, VA 23606



Web Address





17. University of Hawaii at Manoa


Position Title

Assistant Specialist



Counseling and Student Development Center


Salary Range

Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience


Position Description

Under general supervision of the Director or designees, this position supports the mission of the UHM Counseling and Student Development Center in providing the highest quality, accessible and culturally competent mental health services to a diverse range of students to enhance their lives and promote social, personal, and academic growth. The primary emphasis of the position is the provision of direct service to students which will account for no less than 60% time. This position will perform a wide range of complex tasks including: Provide individual and group counseling services to students including limited career counseling and assessment. Conduct intake interviews. Provide crisis counseling and drop-in services, including daytime and some evening/weekend on-call services. Administer and interpret psychological tests (i.e. LD/ADHD, career) and prepare assessment reports. Participate in the pre-doctoral psychology intern training program by providing individual clinical supervision and leading training seminars. Develop and implement outreach interventions, workshops, and psycho educational programs. Provide faculty, staff and student consultations where appropriate and when requested. Respond to campus requests for classroom presentations, talks, panels, information fairs, etc. Participate in Center, Division, and Campus-wide activities and programs including leadership in those programs where interest and expertise are present. Respond to service requests for participation and contributions to programs and activities as appropriate. Engage in professional development through contributions and participation in CSDC staff development series and other professional activities. Other duties as assigned by the Director. In addition, this position is expected to: accept overall direction from the Director or designee; participate in meetings, on teams and committees; carry out necessary charting and data requirements; and act in a manner consistent with the APA code of ethics and state of Hawai`i statutes and rules governing the practice of psychology. The successful candidate should also have strong interest in issues related to diversity, as this is a core value at CSDC. This individual will work closely with others as part of our staff as well as with other colleagues, thus good teamwork skills are essential.


Minimum Qualifications

Master’s Degree and additional 30 credits of graduate study in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from a regionally accredited university. Completion of a pre-doctoral internship in a regionally accredited university counseling center. Licensed or license eligible as a psychologist in the State of Hawai`i. Licensure must be attained within 18 months of start date. Minimum of three years of clinical experience, after the Master’s Degree, in a university counseling service or equivalent mental health setting providing psychological direct services to young adults and adults. A predoctoral psychology internship may count as one year. Demonstrated ability to conduct brief psychotherapy and crisis intervention. Knowledge of providing career counseling and interpreting career inventories and assessments. Demonstrated ability to evaluate and intervene with severely disturbed young adults and adults. Demonstrated skills in consultation work with professional and non-professional colleagues. Demonstrated skills in providing outreach and prevention services. Demonstrated proficiency in psychological assessment (i.e. LD/ADHD, career) and efficient production of assessment reports. Demonstrated ability to work in an interdisciplinary team-oriented environment. Demonstrated knowledge of developmental issues and problems typical of young adults. Working knowledge of and demonstrated commitment to the highest ethical standards of professional practice, as well as personal and professional integrity. Demonstrated knowledge, competency, and sensitivity to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds, particularly those from underrepresented and/or underserved population. Demonstrated knowledge of applicable laws and ethics pertaining to the practice of psychology and related mental health practices.


Desired Qualifications

Doctorate in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from an APA-approved program. Completion of an APA-approved internship in a university counseling center. Licensed as a psychologist in the State of Hawaii. Demonstrated ability to supervise predoctoral interns and graduate practicum trainees. Demonstrated experience in working with women’s issues, sexual assault, body image issues, and/or eating disorders. Demonstrated experience in working with Asian and Pacific Islander students. Demonstrated experience in working with LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) students. Ability to utilize technology in the delivery of student programs.


University Description

Region Description

Required Application Materials

Submit cover letter indicating how you satisfy the minimum and desirable qualifications, curriculum vitae, names of 3 professional references and official transcripts (copies are acceptable at time of applications, however original required upon hire)


Application Deadline

July 16, 2014


Starting Date

Approximately September 2014


Send Applications To:

Search Committee for Assistant Specialist #70077


Mailing Address

2600 Campus Rd. QLC 312

Honolulu, HI 96822



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18. University of Minnesota Medical School


Postdoctoral Clinical/Research Fellowship in Human Sexuality


The Program in Human Sexuality at the University of Minnesota Medical School may have an opening for a two year fellowship starting this fall, 2014.  For certain, we will have openings for Fall of 2015.


We seek applicants to join a vibrant team of faculty and postdoctoral fellows for a two-year fellowship program.  Fellows would provide individual, family, couple and group psychotherapy for a wide range of sexual dysfunctions and problems including:  relationship and sexual problems, transgender issues, sexual orientation concerns, compulsive sexual behavior, paraphilias, sexual offending, and HIV counseling. The clinic serves a diverse group of patients (an average of 1,300 visits per month), including children, adolescents, minorities, disabled individuals, and clients with chronic medical or mental health problems. The training will help the fellow develop skills in addressing sexual issues in any clinical setting and conducting psychosexual evaluations. In addition to sex therapy, treatment addresses a wide variety of Axis I and Axis II disorders. This kind of diversity makes for an exciting and stimulating fellowship! Fellows complete a research project that is tailored to their own interests.


Applicants must have their Ph.D., Psy. D. or M.D. The fellowship helps individuals gain licensure. The fellowship includes a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and a professional travel stipend.


Candidates who might be interested should contact:

Eli Coleman, PhD, Director

Program in Human Sexuality

1300 S. 2nd St., Suite 180

Minneapolis, MN 55454





19. University of California, Santa Cruz


We have one General track postdoctoral fellowship position available in Counseling and Psychological Services at UC Santa Cruz for the 2014-2015 academic year.  Please note that although the initial review date for this position in the posting indicates 1-20-14, we are reviewing applications and would encourage all interested to apply as soon as possible.  We will be moving quickly on this position.

Postdoctoral Fellow, General Track, Counseling and Psychological Services

Student Health Services


JOB #: 1304732



Salary: $35,420/annually


UCSC strives to embrace diversity in all its forms; it strives to be an inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened & productive environment.


Under supervision of licensed psychologists, the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) postdoctoral fellow will conduct brief individual therapy, crisis intervention, case management, group therapy, and primary prevention and outreach for university students.    The fellow will attend regularly scheduled Clinical Case Conferences and CAPS staff meetings.


Candidates should have an interest in and knowledge of the developmental tasks facing college students, interest in working with diverse university students in brief therapy and crisis intervention, and a commitment to social justice and primary prevention.


General Track:  Two (2)  positions are available.   The positions will focus on general clinical service delivery, including brief individual therapy, crisis intervention, case management, and group therapy; outreach and educational programs will be provided as needed


Qualifications include:


·         Experience and skills in brief therapy


·         Experience and skills in crisis intervention


·         Experience and skills in group therapy


·         Experience and skills in mental health prevention and psycho-education for a college student audience


·         Skills and experience working with a diverse population


Position is open until filled; Initial Review Date: 01-20-2014 but open until filled



View full job description and access on-line application:


To ensure review of application materials by the hiring unit they must be submitted electronically via the Staff Employment Opportunities web site ( ) on or before the initial review date.  Computers are available at the UCSC Staff Human Resources office located at 1201 Shaffer Road, Santa Cruz.  For further information or to request disability accommodation call 831-459-2009.  Hearing impaired are encouraged to use the California Relay Service 800-735-2922.  The University of California, Santa Cruz is an Equal Opportunity Employer.




20. Northern Michigan University


Posting Details

Job Action Number: 6000543

Classification Title: Assistant Professor

Position Title: Assistant Professor/One Year Term


Number of Openings:



Exempt employees are not eligible for overtime; Non-exempt are overtime eligible.



Provide a brief statement of the position duties.

Responsibilities are those of a professional university counseling center clinician: individual, group, and crisis counseling/intervention, assessment, outreach programming, and consultation in a short-term intervention model. Presentations on mental health topics.


Required Education: Master’s Degree


Discipline/Degree Area: Clinical social work, clinical psychology/counseling or related mental health profession


Required Specialized Training/Certifications: CACREP accredited degree and relevant Michigan license


Required Minimum Work Experience:

Clinical training and experience, with well-developed skills in providing professional counseling within a short-term intervention model.

Knowledge, skills, abilities or attributes required.

-Knowledge and understanding of college student developmental tasks and issues.
-Ability to give presentations, training, or teaching on mental health topics.
-Ability to work with diverse clients.
-Ability to relate to clients and the public in a friendly, supportive, patient and respectful manner.

Additional Desirable Qualifications:

-University counseling center training and experience.
-Experience working with clients with more severe difficulties or specialty populations such as eating disorders.
-Experience working diverse populations.



No travel required

Posting Date:


Closing Date:


Application Types Accepted:

Faculty Profile


Required Applicant Documents:

Cover Letter
Curriculum Vitae
Other Document
Unofficial Transcript


Special Instructions to Applicants:

The Other Document required shall be the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) references.


Contact for this posting:

Ed Michaels


Equal Opportunity:
Northern Michigan University is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination in employment or the provisions of services. NMU provides, upon request, reasonable accommodation including auxiliary aids and services necessary to afford individuals with disabilities an equal opportunity to participate in all programs and activities. Persons having inquiries regarding discrimination/complaints may contact the Equal Opportunity Office at (906) 227-2420.