Various Job Postings
Various Job Postings
- University of North Florida: Mental Health Counselor (2)
- University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC): Staff Psychologist
- University of Denver (CO): Clinical Open Rank Professor & Director of Bilingual Psychology Program
- Portland State University (OR): Associate Director of Counseling Services
- Ball State University (IN): Psychologist (reposting)
- Ball State University (IN): Substance Abuse Therapist/Educator (reposting)
- Wayne State University (MI): Associate Director of Training (Half-Time)
- The Renfrew Center (FL): Postdoctoral Psychology Resident
- American University (DC): Associate Director for Clinical Services
- Portland State University (OR): Associate Director of Counseling Services
- Scott & White Healthcare (TX): Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology
- Children’s Crisis Care Center (TX): Post-doctoral Psychology Fellow
- Oakland University (MI): Psychologist (reposting)
- Psychological Wellness Center (FL): Postdoctoral Residency
- University of Wisconsin – Madison: Director of Integrated Services
- Private Practice (New Braunfels) (TX):
- University of Arkansas at Fayetteville: Psychologist
- Northwestern University (IL): Director, Chicago CAPS
- University of Washington, Bothell: Psychologist
- Karen Horney Clinic (NY): Post-doctoral Fellowship (2 yr. part-time)
1. University of North Florida
Mental Health Counselor
Position No. 355820/356590
Requisition Number 056501
Position Type: Administrative
Type of Appointment: Full-Time
Length of Appointment (Faculty & Administrative positions only): 12 months
Internal Recruitment? (Internal applicants only) No
Job Summary/Responsibilities: Intake assessment; treatment planning; individual and group counseling; crisis intervention, including after-hours on-call emergency coverage on a rotating basis; mental healthoutreach programs; consultation to faculty and staff; training and supervision of graduate counseling externs; clinical research.
UNF strategically supports an aim to operate as a preeminent, vibrantly inclusive employer in higher education. The successful candidate should demonstrate a capacity to work among diverse constituencies in theimmediate university community and beyond.
· A Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in adirectly related area of specialization; or a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university and two years of experience directly related to the job functions.
· A pre-employment background check is performed on candidates selected foremployment.
· Master’s degree in mental health counseling, psychology, social work or rehabilitationcounseling at a college or university accredited by an accrediting agency approved by the United States Department of Education.
· Ph.D. or Psy.D. (Clinical or Counseling Psychology).
· One year of supervised internship or equivalent strongly preferred.
· Experience in a University Counseling Center.
· Interest and/or experience in one or more of the following clinical areas:eating disorders, alcohol or other drug issues, working with students of color or other ethnicities, veterans’ concerns, LGBT students, personality disorders
Department: Counseling Center
Division: Student and International Affairs
Approved Hiring Salary Range: $40,000 to negotiable
Pay Basis: Annually
Job Posting Date: 05-28-2014
Application Deadline Date: Open Until Filled
Application Review Date: (Only if open until filled) 06-17-2014
Anticipated Starting Date: 08-18-2014
Documents that must be submitted electronically at time of application:
· Cover Letter
· List of names, addresses and phone numbers of 3 references
Special Instructions: Applicants must complete an online application, as well as upload supplemental documents, at http://www.unfjobs.orgin order to be considered for this position. Applicants who do not apply online and/or upload all the required documents will not be considered for this position. Once you submit both your completed application and uploaded documents you will receive a confirmationnumber. Keep the confirmation number for your records. If you have any questions about this position, please contact Mary Gates at (904) 620-2664 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Initial review of applications will begin on 06/17/2014.
2. University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) is seeking a Staff Psychologist to join our dynamic multidisciplinary Counseling Center team. This position will report to the Counseling Center Director andwork closely with staff from University Health Services, Career Services, Residential Life, Student Affairs and staff and faculty from across the campus. The incumbent will provide individual and group counseling services to UMBC’s diverse student body andoutreach, consultation, and training to students, faculty and staff. Specific duties include: providing training to the Psychology Doctoral interns and practicum students; intake assessment; short term individual counseling; group counseling; crisis intervention;making referrals to outside campus providers; providing outreach and developmental programs to UMBC’s diverse student populations; providing outreach, consultation, and training to students, faculty and staff; and performing other duties as assigned. See ourwebsite: www.umbc.edu/hr/employment for full position description.
This position requires a doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology and experience in a university/college counseling center. Maryland Psychologist License or license eligible required. Preference willbe given to candidates with interest in coordinating center suicide prevention and mental health promotion efforts for our diverse student populations, expertise in working with men, and/or expertise in utilizing social media and technology to reach studentsand educate them regarding mental health concerns.
Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. The position is full-time and includes full University benefits package.
For best consideration, attach letter of interest, vita, transcripts, and three letters of recommendation by June 18, 2014 (applications will be accepted until the position is filled) and email to: email@example.com orsend to:
Chair, Search Committee, Counseling Center,
Student Development & Success Center,
UMBC, 1000 Hilltop Circle,
Baltimore, MD 21250. Email contact firstname.lastname@example.org
As required by the 1986 Immigration Act, be prepared to present acceptable documentation upon hire showing your identity and that you are a U.S. citizen or an alien who is authorized to work.
UMBC IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Please visit our Web site at http://www.umbc.edu/hr foradditional employment opportunities.
3. University of Denver
Clinical Open Rank Professor & Director of Bilingual Psychology Program
The University of Denver (DU) is a nationally-ranked university in a thriving mid-sized city at the base of the Rocky Mountains. The Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) at DU was created in 1976to house one of the first Psy.D. programs in the country, under the then-new Vail training model (practitioner-scholar). It has been continuously accredited by the American Psychological Association since 1979. GSPP also provides three specialized master’sprograms, in forensic, international disaster, and sport and performance psychology. All programs provide comprehensive training for applied clinical work within an academic environment of cooperation and collaboration that fosters critical thinking and self-determinedfunctioning. We are committed to promoting cultural competence in all our trainees. We use our knowledge of multiculturalism and individual differences to make our program as welcoming and inclusive as we can to all students, staff, and faculty. For more detailson the department please visit: See http://www.du.edu/gspp
Position: GSPP received a 3-year grant from the Walton Family Foundation to create a Bilingual Psychology Program which trains clinicians to be Spanish proficient in the therapeutic setting. The Directorwill create the program, recruit students, develop a partnership with a South American University, and eventually work with the Office of Teaching and Learning to make the courses on-line. The position is an open rank half-time clinical faculty
Teaching Description: The Director will have sufficient academic background, field experience, and fluency in Spanish to be able to teach two courses in the program.
Service: The Director will create a method to determine Spanish proficiency for incoming certificate students. Coordinate field placements. Sit on comprehensive and competency examinations. Act as chair and co-chair on doctoral papers. Serve on department,division, or University committees on a periodic basis.
Required Education and Qualifications:
· Education: Candidate must demonstrate a commitment to teaching, applied practice, and professional contribution. Candidates who are ABD will be considered.
· Certification/License: Actively licensed
· Other: Fluent in Spanish. Ability to supervise MA and/or doctoral students
Preferred Education and Qualifications:
· Education: A doctorate in psychology as well as teaching experience at the graduate level.
· Certification/License: Licensed or license eligible in Colorado, and have clinical experience with Spanish speaking populations.
· Other: The applicant should have sufficient academic background and field experience in treating clients using Spanish and be able to teach a variety of courses in the program.
Instructions for candidates:
Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Start date is negotiable, but preferred to begin as soon as possible. Interested candidates must submit an application online at www.dujobs.org andinclude a resume, cover letter, and a list of 3 references. Once within the job description online, please click “New Resume/CV” at the bottom of the page to begin an application. Only online applications will be accepted. Please contact Shelly Smith-Acunafor questions about the position.
Exempt positions at the University of Denver are posted for a minimum of 10 business days; however, applications are reviewed as submitted and it is in your best interest to complete your application as quicklyas possible after the position is posted.
The University of Denver is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff and encourages applications from women, minorities, members of the LBGT community, people with disabilities and veterans. The University is an equal opportunity/affirmativeaction employer.
Department: Professional Psychology, Graduate School of
Position Type: Part-Time
4. Portland State University
|Proposed Start Date||09/02/2014|
|Classification Title||Unclassified Unrepresented|
|Rank||N – No Rank|
|Working Title||Associate Director of Counseling Services|
|Representation||UU – Unclassified Unrepresented|
|Term of Service||12 month – Annual|
|Tenure Status||N – not applicable|
|Brief Description of PSU/School/Dept||The vision of Counseling Services reflects that of the University at large in its commitment to foster access to a quality liberal education. We believe that an integral part of this aspiration is in maintaining students’ emotional health, thus empoweringthe student to achieve academic success, experience healthy and satisfying relationships and collectively take part in a supportive campus community.|
|Position Summary||The Associate Director for Counseling Services is a full time, 12-month position that supports Student Health and Counseling’s mission to enhance learning and student success by advancing the health and well-being of PSU students. The position is multifacetedin scope and function and is designed to assist the Director with the overall management of Counseling Services clinical operations (e.g., day-to-day service delivery, utilization review, supervision, quality improvement analysis and initiatives). In addition,the Associate Director provides direct counseling, assessment, and treatment of students and is involved in outreach, training, and consultation services. The Associate Director will act as the Counseling Services Director’s designee for administrative, clinical,crisis response, and consultation when the Director is absent or when designated by the Director to do so.|
|Primary Activity||A – Administrative|
|Minimum Qualifications||Doctorate in Clinical or Counseling Psychology OR Masters in Social Work OR related field
At least five years post internship professional experience and be licensed for a minimum of three years
Demonstrated evidence of increasing supervisory and administrative responsibilities over time with a minimum of three years sup/admin experience.
Demonstrated commitment to social justice, diversity and ability to foster positive interactive relationships with a diverse population
|Preferred Qualifications||Previous experience in a college mental health
Demonstrated ability to work within a participatory leadership team model and to work cooperatively in a multidisiplinary team environment
Strong assessment and database management skills
|Key Cultural Competencies||• Creates an environment that acknowledges, encourages and celebrates differences.
• Functions and communicates effectively and respectfully within the context of varying beliefs, behaviors, orientations, identities and cultural backgrounds.
• Seeks opportunities to gain experience working and collaborating in diverse, multicultural, and inclusive settings with a willingness to change for continual improvement
• Adheres to all PSU’s policies including the policies on Prohibited Discrimination & Harassment and the Professional Standards of Conduct.
|Work Days/Hours||M-F 8-5, with some weekend and evening hours|
|Total Compensation Range & Benefits Statement||The starting annual salary rate for this position will be dependent upon qualifications and years of experience with an excellent benefits package including 95% premium paid healthcare; a generous retirement and vacation package, and reduced tuition ratesfor employee, spouse or dependent at any of the Oregon University System schools|
|Does this position require the employee to drive a motor vehicle?||No|
|Background Check Required||Yes|
|Position End Date (if applicable)|
|Posting Close Date|
|Projected Close Date for Posting||Open Until Finalists Identified|
|Application screening begins||06/23/2014|
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
1. * What are some of the clinical challenges faced by university counseling centers? How might you address these challenges at an urban, public university, such as Portland State University?
(Open Ended Question)
2. * In your experience, what have been the greatest obstacles in developing a multicultural, competent staff?
(Open Ended Question)
3. * Where did you first learn about this position? Please be specific.
(Open Ended Question)
1. Cover Letter
2. Curriculum Vitae
3. Professional References
5. Ball State University
Psychologist, Counseling Center
Professional position available July 1, 2014.
Responsibilities: provide individual and group counseling, outreach/consultation service for Ball State University students, faculty, and staff; conduct supervision and training and perform administrative dutiesas assigned; serve on unit and university committees as appointed and assigned.
Minimum qualifications: A.B.D. in clinical or counseling psychology from both a program and internship that are A.P.A.-accredited with interest and background in treating anxiety disorders, social justice,diversity, and GLBTQ counseling/programming; Ph.D. or Psy.D. must be completed by December 15 of year employed; meet eligibility requirements for licensure as a psychologist in Indiana.
Preferred qualifications: Ph.D. or Psy.D. in clinical or counseling psychology from both a program and internship that are A.P.A.-accredited; one year of experience providing social justice, diversity,and GLBTQ counseling/programming; licensed psychologist in Indiana.
Candidates for searches must have current authorization to be employed in the U.S. without employer sponsorship.
Send letter of application, vita/resume, graduate transcripts, and the names and contact information for three references to:
Ellen Lucas, Ph.D.
Search Committee Chair
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. www.bsu.edu/counselingcenter
Ball State University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is strongly and actively committed to diversity within its community.
6. Ball State University
Office of Health, Alcohol and Drug Education
Substance Abuse Therapist/Educator
Professional position available July 1, 2014.
Responsibilities: implement comprehensive alcohol and other drug programs (AOD) that include assessment, prevention, and treatment programming and that reflect the university’s core values; focus on consultation/outreach,group and individual counseling services, and alcohol and other drug education for the university student population; conduct training and supervision for students; monitor student compliance with a web-based substance abuse and sexual assault prevention program;serve on unit and university governance and program committees as appointed and assigned.
Minimum qualifications: ABD in clinical or counseling psychology from both a program and internship that are APA-accredited; Ph.D. or Psy.D. must be completed by December 15, 2014; experience in providingsubstance abuse assessment and treatment; fundamental knowledge of alcohol and its effects on human behavior, as well as knowledge of other substance abuse prevalent among college age students; interest and background in alcohol and AOD counseling/programming.
Preferred qualifications: Ph.D. in clinical or counseling psychology from APA-accredited internship and program with experience in AOD counseling and programming; licensed psychologist in Indiana; twoyears of experience providing AOD assessment, intervention and treatment services to university students. Candidates for searches must have current authorization to be employed in the U.S. without employer sponsorship.
Send cover letter, vita, graduate transcripts, and the names and contact information for three references to: Ellen Lucas, Ph.D., Associate Director, Counseling Center, Ball State University, Muncie, IN 47306.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. (www.bsu.edu)
Ball State University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is strongly and actively committed to diversity within its community.
7. Wayne State University
Associate Director of Training (Half-Time) at Counseling & Psychological Services
Support director in promoting the mission of the department and in maintaining a positive team environment. Assist Associate Director of Clinical Services in assuming responsibility for administrative duties and decisions when director is not available, andwith a wide variety of administrative duties that have been delegated by the director, including>planning, developing, and administering programs and services for CAPS.
Coordinate training and maintain compliance regarding training requirements for social work, counseling, and psychology trainees. Serve as training liaison to graduate programs whose students we train. Maintain supervision records and oversee trainee evaluationprocesses. Coordinate trainee selection process. Provide seminars/didactics and arrange guest presenters.
Maintain a small individual clinical caseload of students in order to assist with developmental issues or more severe psychological concerns. This includes the case management duties of consulting with parents, other CAPS staff, WSU faculty/staff and the consultingpsychiatrist when necessary. May also provide group counseling.
Provide appropriate clinical documentation by maintaining case records in accordance with professional, ethical and CAPS departmental standards. Ensure these standards are also maintained by trainees.
Make independent and expedient judgments and decisions on how to proceed with individual clients (for own caseload as well as that of trainees) in the case of crisis intervention, e.g. seriousness of suicide threat, mental status or the need for hospitalization(including 72-hour hold). Provide crisis intervention when necessary on site or when available by phone for consultation and decision-making with campus staff/students.
Provide consultation to faculty, staff and students as needed to assist with understanding of students’ psychological needs. Consult, collaborate and serve as resource to key departments, including Housing & Residential Life, Dean of Students Office, CampusPolice, Campus Health Center. Participate in professional development activities (conferences, workshops, specific skill training, supervision) in order to acquire and maintain required professional license and to maintain high competency/ethical standardsof care.
Participate in weekly staff meetings including team supervision and in-services; provide peer supervision/consultation.
Provide outreach to other departments on campus with regard to psychological issues including training for residence life staff, academic presentations, debriefing after a crisis and specific topic programs targeting certain populations upon request. Some outreach/programmingactivities may occur after traditional office hours and will be managed by using a flexible schedule for that specific day.
The Associate Director of Training may serve on University standing and ad hoc committees and perform related duties as required. S/he will be involved in the national organizations for counseling center training coordinators.
Assist with ongoing CAPS research projects, and develop new ones. Research may have a program evaluation focus (e.g., effectiveness of CAPS services), or could center on a wide variety of diagnoses or topics of interest.
Doctorate in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program, with completed APA-accredited internship.
Additional experience in providing supervision and training to graduate level trainees/interns required. Must be Licensed Psychologist in the State of Michigan, or eligible.
Must have strong administrative, interpersonal, oral and written skills.
Clinical skill in providing crisis counseling; triage and case management; group psychotherapy; individual and couples therapy.
Experience working within a college counseling center setting preferred.
Administrative experience in a university or mental health setting preferred.
Experience with electronic medical records systems preferred.
To apply, go to jobs.wayne.edu and search listings for “Associate>Director, Academic – of Training”
For more info, email Jeff Kuentzel, Director, at email@example.com.”
8. The Renfrew Center of Florida
The Renfrew Center of Florida currently has a full-time, benefits eligible Postdoctoral Psychology Resident available starting in the fall of 2014. This one year residency provides specialized training in eatingdisorder treatment with women and adolescent girls and sufficient supervised clinical experience to fulfill requirements for Psychologists seeking licensure in the State of Florida.
Responsibilities: Function as a primary therapist providing individual, family and group therapies under the supervision of licensed psychologists; be a central member of a multi-disciplinary treatmentteam and take part in clinical discussions and case conferences; attend weekly peer group, clinical staff meetings and individual supervision; work closely with the Utilization Review and Aftercare departments in coordinating level of care changes and overallcase management of individual patient care including developing and overseeing treatment plans; supervision of practicum students.
Requirements: PhD or PsyD in clinical psychology. A doctoral level degree in education or counseling psychology could be acceptable if applicant has relevant, sufficient clinical trainingand experience.
Hours: 40 hours a week (including evening hours one night per week and occasional sat/sun)
If interested, please complete our online application only at:
9. American University
Associate Director for Clinical Services
The Associate Director shares responsibility with the Director for the leadership of the Counseling Center with an emphasis on the management of clinical services and records. The Associate Director assists in creating and implementing the Center’s vision andachieving the Center’s goals, providing clinical supervision to senior staff and trainees, overseeing clinical aspects of front desk and reception functions, and serving in full capacity as a member of the Counseling Center staff, providing clinical, outreach,and consultation services. The Associate Director manages the Center in the absence of the Director.
Ph.D.or Psy.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology required.
* This position requires a mental health professional with a clinical license or license-eligibility in the District of Columbia.
* 5 or more years of clinical experience with adolescents and young adults required with demonstrated ability to interact with diverse college age population including international, minority and individuals with disabilities.
* Must have sophisticated understanding of human development and psychotherapy theory.
* Experience in assessing and intervening with severe or potentially life-threatening psychological conditions.
* Experience providing interventions to promote healthy emotional growth as well as the amelioration of emotional problems.
* Experienced in working from an integrative and psychodynamic theoretic framework.
* Prior experience in university counseling context to include supervision of clinical trainees highly preferred.
* Knowledge and relevant experience of insurance administration, data base management, program evaluation, and clinical services coordination.
American University (AU) is a private, coed, institution with a liberal arts curriculum and a predominantly residential undergraduate population. AU also has several large graduate programs, including a law school, a business school, and a prominent schoolof international service. The Counseling Center operates within the Office of Campus Life and is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services (IACS). The Counseling Center has a rich training program, included an APA-Accredited predoctoralinternship program.
American University is located in Washington DC, the nation’s capital and an area rich in cultural, recreational, civic, and educational resources.
Required Application Materials
Submit a letter of interest and vita with three references to the Department of Human Resources at American University. Applications must be submitted online. This position can be found at: https://jobs.american.edu.
Review of applications will begin 6/1/2014 and this position will remain open until filled.
Web Address : https://jobs.american.edu/JobPosting.aspx?JPID=3874
10. Portland State University
Associate Director of Counseling Services
Center for Student Health and Counseling
The Associate Director for Counseling Services is a full time, 12-month position that supports Student Health and Counseling’s mission to enhance learning and student success by advancing the health and well-being of PSU students. The position is multifacetedin scope and function and is designed to assist the Director with the overall management of Counseling Services clinical operations (e.g., day-to-day service delivery, utilization review, supervision, quality improvement analysis and initiatives). In addition,the Associate Director provides direct counseling, assessment, and treatment of students and is involved in outreach, training, and consultation services. The Associate Director will act as the Counseling Services Director’s designee for administrative, clinical,crisis response, and consultation when the Director is absent or when designated by the Director to do so.
*Doctorate in Clinical or Counseling Psychology OR Masters in Social Work OR related field
*At least five years post internship professional experience and be licensed for a minimum of three years
*Demonstrated evidence of increasing supervisory and administrative responsibilities over time with a minimum of three years sup/admin experience.
*Demonstrated commitment to social justice, diversity and ability to foster positive interactive relationships with a diverse population
*Previous experience in a college mental health
*Demonstrated ability to work within a participatory leadership team model and to work cooperatively in a multidisciplinary team environment
*Strong assessment and database management skills
Located in Portland, Oregon, one of the nation’s most livable cities, the University’s innovative approach to education combines academic rigor in the classroom with field-based experiences through internships and classroom projects with community partners.The University’s 49-acre downtown campus exhibits Portland State’s commitment to sustainability with green buildings, while many of the 124 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees incorporate sustainability into the curriculum. PSU’s motto, “Let KnowledgeServe the City,” inspires the teaching and research of an accomplished faculty whose work and students span the globe.
PSU seeks talented individuals who understand our values and strategic goals and enjoy sharing ideas and collaborating in an environment of mutual respect to achieve those values and goals. We are committed to leading through engagement and seek individualswho support this strategy. Engagement describes Portland State’s collaborative approach to the exchange of knowledge and resources with local, regional, national, and global partners for mutual benefit of students, faculty, and the community.
As a component of the Diversity Action Plan and the President’s Strategic Mission of achieving global excellence, Portland State University strives to become an institution that is recognized nationally and internationally for the accomplishments of its faculty,the reputation of its programs, and the preparation of it students as world citizens.
Required Application Materials
Cover letter, vitae, names of three professional references, and responses to following supplemental questions:
* What are some of the clinical challenges faced by university counseling centers? How might you address these challenges at an urban, public university, such as Portland State University?
* In your experience, what have been the greatest obstacles in developing a multicultural, competent staff?
* Where did you first learn about this position? Please be specific.
Screening will begin 6/23 and position will stay open until finalists are selected
Send Applications To:
11. Scott & White Healthcare
Announcing one Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology (emphasis on Health Psychology ) at Scott & White Healthcare, Temple, TX for 2014-2015. Practitioner-scholar model with research opportunities. Requiresdoctorate from APA- or CPA-accredited graduate program, APA- or CPA-accredited internship, or its substantial equivalent. $40,000 with fringes.
Starts August 25, 2014.
Submit CV, statement of goals, 3 letters of recommendation, graduate program attestation, official transcript, & 2 sample reports (1 assessment, 1 therapy) to:
Program Coordinator, Tina Miller (254-742-3874), firstname.lastname@example.org.
12. Children’s Crisis Care Center
The Children’s Crisis Care Center (4Cs) in Houston, Texas is seeking a post-doctoral psychology fellow for a full-time, one year position beginning September 2, 2014. 4Cs is a program within Harris County ProtectiveServices for Children and Adults, which is a collaborative community partnership assessing the needs and planning for the safe future of children in our community. The 4Cs goals are: to provide early comprehensive child and family evaluations to identify neededservices; to help children who are in the custody of the Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) to move quickly toward the goal of a safe and promising future; to assist in more effectively using community resources; and to identify gaps in servicesto abused and neglected children in our community. Children in DFPS custody have been exposed to traumatic events which may include physical abuse, sexual abuse, physical neglect and abandonment. 4Cs staff and clinicians are committed to providing traumainformed services with a high level of care and sensitivity to the needs of these children.
This position is assessment-focused. The post-doctoral fellow will conduct developmental assessments for children under the age of 5 years and psychological evaluations for children and youth who are betweenthe ages of 5 and 18 years old when the child initially enters DFPS custody. The assessments include observation of the child, administration of standardized evaluation instruments, caregiver interviews and a review of the available records. A comprehensivereport is written and the results of the child’s evaluation are then shared in a multi-agency, family centered meeting that focuses on issues of child safety and permanency. The recommendations in the child’s assessment are incorporated into a DFPS plan tomeet the needs of the child while they are substitute care. This would include ensuring that a child is in a placement that meets their individual needs and that their emotional, behavioral, physical, educational and developmental needs are being addressedby services in their placement and in the community.
Supervision is provided by a licensed psychologist and the post-doctoral fellow will participate in didactics and trainings conjointly with doctoral interns through other Harris County agencies who are also workingwith high risk youth. The salary is $40,000. Benefits are not provided, but the post-doctoral fellow will receive a small stipend to be used towards the purchase of health insurance.
Interested applicants should email a letter of interest, a curriculum vita, and a de-identified psychological evaluation written by the applicant, to Dr. Nicole Dorsey, at email@example.com.
13. Oakland University
The position is a full time, 12 month position. This “Psychologist” position at the OUCC involves coordinating the diagnostic testing program at the OUCC (i.e. testing students for Learning Disabilities, ADHD, etc, supervising thetesting done by the interns, and various administrative duties associated with diagnostic testing). Another main component of this position involves conducting therapy with OU students. Finally, this position is also responsible for crisis work, triage, andsome outreach.
The minimum qualifications required are: Ph.D Degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience. Licensed or license eligible as a Psychologist in the State of Michigan (must obtainlicense within one year of hire). Minimum of three years clinical experience. Experience in conducting psychological evaluations and writing thorough psychological assessment reports. Ability to conduct psychotherapy and perform outreach services with a diversepopulation of students, staff and faculty. Excellent organizational and analytical skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to communicate effectively with others.
14. Psychological Wellness Center
Psychological Wellness Center is a private practice located in Wellington, Florida that serves children, adults, and families who seek services for a variety of reasons, including behavioral disorders, school/academicproblems, parent-child relational problems, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and postpartum adjustment. Referral sources include schools, tutoring facilities, family physicians, obstetricians and gynecologists, pediatricians, and other professionals.Some of the services provided include individual, group, couples, and family therapy, relaxation and mindfulness training, postpartum support, infant developmental play groups, parent education, and psychological evaluations. Outreach activities, professionalnetworking, and presentations to school and community groups are additional services provided.
This Post Doctoral Residency position is a two-year part-time position with a preferred start date in September, 2014. Emphasis is on intervention and assessment with children, adolescents, and adults. Specifictime commitment to each type of clinical activity can be negotiated based on the successful candidate’s career goals. Settings include the primary office location, a local medical center, and collaborative community sites, such as pediatricians’ offices. Psychologyresidents will receive supervision from licensed psychologists.
To learn more about the Psychological Wellness Center, please access the following link: http://www.psywellness.com/
Applicants must have: (a) completed their doctoral training in clinical psychology from an APA-accredited doctoral program (preferred); (b) completed an internship from an APA-accredited or APPIC-member site;and (c) demonstrated strong potential for a career in clinical psychology with an emphasis on child, adolescent, and family clinical assessment and intervention. Successful applicants must be culturally competent, with good interpersonal, organizational, andmanagerial skills. Flexibility and ability to handle multiple tasks are desirable.
Florida requirements for a post doctoral residency are fulfilled: 2000 total hours and at least one hour of weekly face-to-face individual supervision by a licensed psychologist. Available office hours are fromMonday through Saturday, providing flexible scheduling options. The position is a contract employee paid for services provided, with no additional benefits.
Deadline for applications is July 1, 2014, or until the position is filled.
Please submit a cover letter, recent CV, and a sample report to Diane Kelly, Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org.Additional documents, including letters of recommendation and transcripts, may be requested.
15. University of Wisconsin – Madison
Director of Integrated Services
Official Title: SR PSYCHOLOGIST (T08BN) or PSYCHOLOGIST(T08DN)
Degree and area of specialization
Doctoral degree in Counseling or Clinical Psychology
Licensed Psychologist or must be immediately license eligible to practice in the State of Wisconsin.
Minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience:
Minimum of three years demonstrated leadership experience in a mental health setting.
Strongly preferred experiences of the candidate include:
1) Minimum of three years experience in a college or adolescent/young adult mental health treatment setting; 2) Expertise in consultation and collaboration within an interdisciplinary mentalhealth treatment setting; 3) Evidence of service delivery model creation and implementation; 4) Experience monitoring and adjusting service delivery flow; 5) Knowledge of electronic health record systems; 6) Extensive knowledge of state and federal legal andethical confidentiality requirements; 7) Evidence of quality improvement initiatives; 8) Evidence of self-motivated, self-directed, personal, and professional commitment to multiculturalism and serving underrepresented/underserved college or adolescent/youngadult populations; 9) Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with persons of diverse socio-economic, racial/ethnic, international, and LGBTQ backgrounds, including knowledge and sensitivity about multicultural issues; 10) Experience in mental health crisisassessment, triage, and brief intervention; 11) Experience in conducting psychological assessments in the areas of eating disorders, substance, use and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder; and 12) Supervision of trainees
2) Strongly preferred qualities of the candidate include:
1) Leadershipby example; 2) Strong interpersonal ethics; 3) Ability to manage and resolve conflict; 4) Strong oral and written skills; 5) Commitment to professionalism; 6) Ability to bring staff together toward teamwork and collaboration; 7) Attention to detail; 8) Abilityto accommodate large quantities of information, think critically, and act decisively; 9) Commitment to best practices; and dedication to overall client/patient health and wellness
3) Principal duties:
I. 50% Associate Director:
1) Provides leadership for integrated services, including, mission, vision, policies, procedures, and training;
2) Works with the Director of Mental Health Services to ensure that Mental Health Services (MHS) integrated care programs fit within the scope of overall MHS;
3) Establishes, evaluates, and modifies MHS integrated care policies and procedures consistent with state mental health statutes, ethical guidelines, best practices, HIPAA, and FERPA;
4) Implements current or new policies regarding staff integrated care activities and monitors for adherence, usefulness, and effectiveness;
5) Updates MHS policies and procedures manual regarding integrated care and educates staff on its contents;
6) Monitors service delivery flow by maintaining relevant MHS integrated coverage schedules and provides timely reports related to utilization, services provided, and other variables;
7) Develops and implements performance improvement initiatives related to MHS integrated care;
8) Provides clinical consultation to UHS Mental Health and Medical providers, as well as campus and community partners;
9) Works within a comprehensive communication strategy to promote integrated care that is consistent with University Health Services;
10) Creates and maintains campus and community partnerships that further integrated care programming and initiatives;
11) Ensures that staff maintain accurate and timely documentation for all integrated clinical interactions and consultations;
12) Participates in personnel supervision including goal setting and annual evaluation as part of the MHS Leadership Team;
13) Develops and implements performance improvement initiatives related to Mental Health Services, such as Peer Review;
14) Participates in MHS quality improvement activities as required by accreditation standards;
15) Assists in the development and implementation of evaluations that are associated with mental health services integrated care programs and services;
16) Collaborates in integrated care research and grant writing projects.
II. 35% Direct Clinical Service:
1) Demonstrates a commitment to multiculturalism and serving underrepresented/underserved populations;
2) Provides individual, couples, and group therapy;
3) Participates in the provision of mental health Triage services;
4) Participates in the provision of clinical crisis services;
5) Administers and interprets limited assessment measures;
6) Provides behavioral health interventions within a primary care clinic;
7) Responds to campus crises; and
8) Provides supervision of assigned trainees including goal setting, evaluations, and disciplinary action in accordance with training policy and procedures.
III. 15% Administrative:
1) Maintains accurate and timely documentation for all clinical interactions and consultations;
2) Follows agency policies and procedures consistent with state mental health statutes, ethical guidelines, best practices, HIPAA, and FERPA;
3) Maintains relationships with academic departments to encourage recruitment of trainees;
4) Attends staff, project team, and workgroup meetings;
5) Attends MH sponsored professional development activities;
6) Provides continuing education presentations to trainees, staff, and external organizations;
7) Participates in UHS Committees as requested;
8) May develop formal teaching relationships with academic departments;
9) As budget allows, represents UHS on the UW-Madison Campus, in the Madison community, and with local, regional, and national professional organizations; and
10) Other duties as assigned.
A criminal background check will be conducted prior to hiring.
A period of evaluation will be required
Employee Class: Academic Staff
Full Time Salary Rate: Minimum $62,884 ANNUAL (12 months) Depending on Qualifications
Term: This is a renewable appointment.
Appointment percent: 100%
Anticipated begin date: JULY 01, 2014
Number of Positions: 1
TO ENSURE CONSIDERATION: Application must be received by: JUNE 26, 2014
HOW TO APPLY:
Unless another application procedure has been specified above, please send resume and cover letter referring to Position Vacancy Listing #79617 to:
333 East Campus Mall
Madison WI 53715-1381
Relay Access (WTRS): 7-1-1 (out-of-state: TTY: 800.947.3529, STS: 800.833.7637) and above Phone number (SeeRELAY_SERVICE for further information.)
NOTE: Unless confidentiality is requested in writing, the names of applicants must be released upon request. Finalists cannot be guaranteed confidentiality. In the case where there are fewer than fivefinalists, the names of the five most qualified candidates must be released upon request.
UW-Madison is required by law to request data from applicants for employment in order to monitor our recruitment and selection practices. In order for us to meet this federal reporting requirement, please goto http://www.oed.wisc.edu/reports-and-forms.htm to fill out the Voluntary Self-Identificationof Disability Form and the Applicant Self-Identification Form for Protected Veterans. Please reference the Position Vacancy Number when uploading your completed forms. Completing these forms is voluntary and your responses will be kept confidential and is notconsidered as part of the hiring criteria.
UW-Madison is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.
16. Private Practice (New Braunfels)
Job Description for New Clinicians
Part-Time with option to transition to Full-Time:
Mental Health Therapists to Join Private Practice (New Braunfels)
Private Practice Opportunity: Psychologists and Master’s Level Practitioners (LCSW, LMFT, LPC) wanted to join a fee-for-service private practice in New Braunfels, Texas. Part-time position with potential opportunityto transition to Full-Time.
We are a small group practice with great staff. We provide outpatient assessment and therapy services in a collaborative and supportive environment. Work hours can be tailored to the clinician’s preferences.We offer the freedom and flexibility of private practice without the hassle of administrative duties. Third-party billing, pre-authorization, scheduling and other administrative services are provided through dedicated office personnel.
1. Valid Texas license
2. Ability to pass background check – criminal & CPS history
3. Willingness to learn/utilize DBT, particularly for group therapy
1. Knowledge of DBT
2. Background in working with children and adolescents
3. Participation in Medicaid panels desirable
4. Experience with addiction and/or eating disorder populations
5. Current malpractice insurance
6. Currently credentialed with insurance companies
Applications MUST include:
1. Curriculum vitae
2. Letter of interest
3. Three professional references
Please send application materials to email@example.com orfax to: (830) 455-4355.
17. University of Arkansas at Fayetteville
Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)
Clinical duties will include individual, couple, and group counseling, emergency mental health services, consultation with and outreach to the University community, and clinical supervision of graduate students. Other duties include attending meetings and coordinationof areas assigned by the director.
Doctorate in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. Arkansas license or eligible within two years.
College Counseling Experience
Counseling & Psychological Services is the primary counseling center for the Fayetteville campus of the University of Arkansas. The multicultural, multidisciplinary staff includes an office manager and two other office professionals, seven full-time clinicians,a case manager, the assistant director for clinical services, the director, two psychiatrists, a nurse, and typically four half-time graduate trainees. CAPS is a department of the Pat Walker Health Center. The University of Arkansas at Fayetteville is the flagshipcampus of the UA system and has an enrollment of approximately 25,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.
Located in the Ozark Mountains, the northwest Arkansas metropolitan area enjoys a solid economic base and an abundance of recreational and cultural opportunities.
Required Application Materials
Send Applications To:
Apply at web address below:
18. Northwestern University
Counseling and Psychological Services
JOB OPENING: DIRECTOR CHICAGO CAPS OFFICE
The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Northwestern University is searching for a Director of the Chicago CAPS Office. This position is a full-time 12 month position. Reporting to the ExecutiveDirector of CAPS, this position supervises all services and staff (two staff psychologists, one staff psychiatrist, and a program assistant) at the Chicago CAPS office; also, graduate trainees and post-doctoral fellows in psychology. The Director also functionsas the primary spokesperson for CAPS on the Chicago campus and functions as a CAPS Liaison to the larger Northwestern Chicago campus community. He/She will ensure efficient and high quality delivery of psychological services, including traditional clinicalservices as well as outreach and education programs on the Chicago campus. In addition, the Director will provide psychological treatment to Northwestern University students, as well as crisis intervention, consultation, and programming to the Northwesterncommunity. The Director will provide training functions, including supervision of doctoral interns and post-doctoral fellows in psychology. Some evening hours will be required.
CAPS is a dynamic unit within the Division of Student Affairs at NU and is highly utilized by students and other campus community members seeking consultations. CAPS staff are highly cohesive, collegial and passionateabout working with students. In addition, the staff highly value strengths-based leadership and partnering with other campus constituents to meet the needs of our students. CAPS has offices on both the Evanston and Chicago campuses and, approximately 12%of the student body (NU has a total student population of approximately 17,000 students across both campuses) accesses our clinical services each year. The Chicago office serves mainly graduate and professional students. In addition, we reach another 5000campus community members through outreach and educational programming annually. CAPS also has an extensive training program, including a Post-Doctoral Fellowship, a Doctoral Internship in Psychology accredited by the American Psychological Association, anda social work internship. CAPS is a learning organization, in that our strategic planning, priority setting, clinical and other services, and professional development are informed by local data collection as well as benchmarking with national trends and peerinstitutions. CAPS also identifies very closely with the vision, values and guiding principles of the Division of Student Affairs:
We will be full partners in the student learning experience
To provide essential psychological services that address the psychological and developmental needs of students to help them thrive academically and interpersonally.
* We exercise the highest ethical and professional standards in our advancement of the student learning experience and in relationships with community and external partners.
* We commit ourselves to creating a Northwestern community that facilitates full and equal access to learning in and outside the classroom.
* We assess our programs, services, and institutional climate to contribute to an equitable and inclusive Northwestern experience.
*We look for creative and sustainable approaches to enhance our work, challenge assumptions, and promote strategies to advance student learning and success.
*We inspire and are inspired; we infuse energy and passion into the pursuit of our vision and mission.
*We practice open, authentic, and civil communication. We seek first to understand.
*We partner with one another, students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members in a collegial manner that is consistently professional, respectful, and empathic.
*We strive to be thoughtful and responsible with our natural and institutional resources, facilities, and spaces.
· Commitment to Excellence: Upholding excellence as our ultimate principle in our personal conduct, work, programs, policies, and services.
· Accountability: Holding ourselves and others responsible to our values and guiding principles and institutional resources.
· Communication: Consistently listening intently and sharing clear information with internal and external constituents in a timely manner.
· Curiosity: Asking questions and seeking new approaches and strategies to find solutions and improve programs, policies, and services.
· Authenticity: Engaging with sincerity and honesty in our interactions and decision making.
· Intentionality: Making deliberate and strategic decisions that contribute to the welfare of our students, colleagues, and community.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Administrative/Managerial Percent of Time: 55%
1. Serves as a member the CAPS Leadership Team, reporting to the Executive Director.
2. In collaboration with the Executive Director and the Director of Clinical Services, supervises all clinical services, psycho-educational programs, and training experiences for the Chicago CAPS office.
3. Oversees the staffing disposition team at the Chicago CAPS office
4. Supervises all professional mental health staff (2 licensed psychologists and 1 psychiatrist) and 1 Program Assistant and does annual performance evaluations with all staff.
5. Provides utilization and other types of data reports to the Executive Director, when requested.
6. Completes a comprehensive annual report on Chicago CAPS office yearly accomplishments and services provided.
7. Prepares budget requests for resources needed at the Chicago CAPS office.
8. Oversees all local clinical data collected at the Chicago CAPS office.
9. In collaboration with the CAPS Leadership Team, articulates Strategic Plan for the Chicago CAPS Office.
10. Assumes Executive Director Responsibilities, when requested.
Clinical Services Percent of Time: 25%
11. Provides direct services including brief individual and group psychotherapy for students, triage, intakes, crisis case management, and assumes on-call responsibilities.
12. Maintains clinical records and necessary statistics of therapeutic and other client contacts.
13. Consults with psychiatrists in conjunction with prescribing and monitoring psychotropic medication for psychotherapy patients.
14. Consults with parents, physicians, faculty, academic deans, residence life staff, off-campus counseling services, other campus offices and students when appropriate and with appropriate authorization inorder to provide quality care to students
15. Makes referrals to off-campus therapists, clinics, or hospitals when appropriate.
Outreach and Education Programs Percent of Time: 10%
16. Conducts outreach as requested including peer counseling training, orientation sessions for new students and parents, workshop presentations and emergency support services to the campus and community.
Training Percent of Time: 5%
17. Provides supervision, case management and consultations to doctoral interns and post-doctoral fellows.
Miscellaneous Percent of Time: 5%
18. Participates in Student Affairs committees as assigned by the Executive Director.
19. Attends and participates in regular CAPS staff meetings, case conferences, and in-service training.
1. Holds a completed doctoral level degree (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA accredited program.
2. Has completed a pre-doctoral internship at an APA accredited site.
3. Licensed or license-eligible (within 6 months) in the State of Illinois.
4. Demonstrated experience and ability to work as part of a highly cohesive and inter-disciplinary team in a university counseling center.
5. Has a minimum of 5-8 years (post-licensure) of experience in an administrative role in a university counseling center staff professional, including individual psychotherapy, group therapy, supervisionof doctoral interns and post-doctoral fellows in psychology in an APA accredited site, outreach and consultation. Experience in the provision of crisis intervention and consultation is essential.
6. Experience in working with the unique needs of professional and graduate students.
7. Demonstrated understanding of ethical and legal issues in mental health practice
8. Demonstrated experience in data base management and analyses. Solid knowledge of SPSS or other statistical software package and experience generating reports.
9. Experience with various word processing packages and with a scheduling software.
PREFERRED ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
1. Have administrative/managerial experience (e.g., supervision of professional staff, strategic planning, budget management) in a university counseling center or other mental health facility.
2. Have experience with and commitment to working with diverse clients, including individuals from ethnically/racially diverse backgrounds and individuals representing varying sexual orientations.
3. Knowledge and experience with cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder; substance abuse assessment and treatment. Experience with eating disordered clients.
4. Knowledge of Institutional Review Boards and submitting research proposals.
Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Required Application Materials
To be considered for the position (Job opening ID: 23319) applicants must submit the following materials electronically on the Northwestern University Human Resources site at http://www.northwestern.edu/hr/careers/ :
Cover letter outlining interest in the position and addressing how you meet the specific job requirements;
- A current CV or Resume;
- Names and contact information (including address, telephone number, and e-mail) of three professional references.
As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.
Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employee
19. University of Washington, Bothell
|The University of Washington Bothell opens the door to an internationally and nationally-ranked university experience that inspires innovation and creativity. UW Bothell is the fastest growing public university in the state of Washington; about 92 percentof students are from Washington. The university is located close to the dynamic Seattle area, known for its global perspective, iconic corporations and organizations. UW Bothell builds regional partnerships, creates knowledge, shares discoveries and preparesstudents for leadership in the state of Washington and beyond.
Student Affairs-University of Washington Bothell has an outstanding opportunity for a Psychologist. The individual in this position will provide short-term individual, couple and group counseling to students on personal matters that may impedetheir academic and career success and about developmental issues associated with their life transitions and life purpose as well as crisis intervention, consultation and outreach. Offer referrals for students who need longer-term therapy or for issues beyondthe scope of Counseling Services offered at UW Bothell. Maintain client data and records in accordance with legal and professional standards.
· Provide supervision and training to master and doctoral level practicum students and interns.
For detailed information on Benefits for this position clickhere.
|Doctoral degree in counseling or clinical psychology.
Licensure as a psychologist in the state of Washington.
Three years of relevant counseling experience, preferably in a higher-education setting.
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
|Counseling experience working with diverse populations in a higher education setting.|
|Condition of Employment:|
|Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a criminal background check
Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a criminal background check.
|The University of Washington is a leader in environmental stewardship & sustainability,and committed to becoming climate neutral.
The University of Washington is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact the Disability Services Office at 206-543-6450/ 206-543-6452 (tty) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
20. Karen Horney Clinic
The Karen Horney Clinic is pleased to offer a two-year half-time post-doctoral fellowship program in psychodynamic psychotherapy beginning September 2014. Seeing patients at least one evening per week may berequired. Post-doctorate fellows receive individual and group supervision as well as psychodynamic-oriented classes. This is a fee-for-service position. We are an OMH certified clinic and post-doctoral hours are countable towards licensure. Applications willbe considered until all positions are filled.
The Karen Horney Clinic’s mission is to offer low-cost psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic services to individuals from all backgrounds and to provide training and opportunities for advanced mental health professionals.More information on the Karen Horney Clinic can be found at our website:http:www.karenhorneyclinic.org.
For additional information on the post-doctoral fellowship program or to apply please contact Dr. Craig Fuller (email@example.com; 212-838-4333x 159). Applicants should email Dr. Fuller a curriculum vitae.