POSITION: Mental Health Therapist
POSITION CODE: 3545
DEPARTMENT: Counseling Center, Student Development
MONTHS/HOURS: Full-time, 10 Months
AVAILABLE: September 5, 2016
INTRODUCTORY PERIOD: Twelve (12) Months
POSTING DATE: August 19, 2016
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open Until Filled
DESCRIPTION: The University of Redlands’ Counseling Center is seeking a licensed Mental Health Therapist to provide a full range of clinical services, outreach services, and clinical supervision in support of the Academic and Student Life mission of the University of Redlands. In addition to the usual responsibilities of a generalist at a university counseling center, we are seeking candidates who take seriously the impact of marginalized identities, experiences of inequality, and experiences of oppression and privilege on mental health. Specifically, we are looking for a licensed therapist who has clinical experience with students of color, 1st generation, low income, and international college students.
Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Clinical Services: Provide short term counseling, crisis intervention, and case management for University of Redlands’ students; conduct workshops, psychoeducational groups and group therapy; provide consultation to the university community regarding issues that affect the educational, developmental, and psychological well-being of students; provide referrals to and coordinate care with the Student Health Center and community providers; participate in a rotation of after-hours coverage.
Outreach Services: Develop and participate in community education and outreach programming to a diverse student population, e.g., Suicide Prevention (QPR) training, residence hall programming, and training of Residence Life staff.
Supervision: As appropriate, provide clinical supervision to trainees including doctoral (Ph.D. and Psy.D.) and masters level (MFT and PCC) practicum students; provide training and educational seminars for practicum students; co-facilitate outreach activities, workshops, and groups with practicum students.
Other Areas of Responsibility:
- Contributes to continued Counseling Center program development.
- Performs other duties and special projects as assigned or directed.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Requires licensure in the state of California as a Clinical or Counseling Psychologist, MFT or LPCC. Doctoral level candidates preferred, with graduation from an APA accredited doctoral program. Master’s candidates will be considered given one’s experience and training. All candidates must be able to demonstrate experience working with students of color, 1st generation, low income, and international college students. A strong interest in the developmental and mental health issues of college students is required as well as the ability to apply therapeutic skills to students with psychological learning and physical disabilities. Good interpersonal skills are essential as well as excellent oral and written communication skills. Knowledge of and ability to adhere to legal standards set forth by the state of California and federal laws, along with the ethical standards established by APA, ACA, CPA, BBS, CAMFT, CALPCC, and the University of Redlands. This position requires strong motivation, drive, and proven ability to competently interact with a culturally and ethnically diverse population of students, faculty, and staff. Successful candidate will have experience using the Internet and be competent in a variety of Windows-based computer programs including MS Word and Excel. In compliance with The Americans with Disabilities Act if selected for the interview process and accommodations are needed please call 909/748-8040.
TO APPLY: Submit a University of Redlands Administrator application form at https://myredlandsapps.redlands.edu/HRAdministratorEmployment/.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 909/748-8040 OR VISIT http://www.redlands.edu/human-resources/employment/
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