Training Director PsychologistPosition Summary
Training Director Psychologist provides direct service and outreach to a diverse student population; provides comprehensive psychotherapy services to students; facilitates individual counseling and group services and provides advocacy and crisis intervention services. This position also provides consultation services to MSU faculty and staff regarding mental health.
Administrative/Supervisory Responsibilities: include oversight of the Doctoral and Master’s training program, including recruitment, accreditation review, and oversight of the supervision of Master’s-level and Doctoral trainees, as well as educational activities as assigned.
Include training to health service interns delivering clinical and related services. Plans and implements all aspects of intern training program. Facilitate regular training committee meetings.Communicate and consult with national organizations that are training specific, including the program’s accreditation by the American Psychological Association. Regularly examines and restructures the Doctoral intern experience. Provides primary supervision of the clinical work of trainees as required by state law.
Clinical Service Role: Provides crisis intervention, student outreach, individual and group counseling, consultation with faculty and staff, outreach and liaison services; examines, assesses, diagnoses, refers, and provides psychotherapy to clients with mental health disorders and disabilities. Orders, administers and interprets psychological tests in order to provide clients with or refer clients for mental health treatment. Analyzes and researches treatment information. Prepares intake, assessment and treatment data as well as treatment summary reports for authorized external use plus statistical reports in order to assure quality client care and provide tracking. May publish and present research results. Conducts workshops and seminars in order to educate clients, parents, faculty, staff, health care professionals and the community regarding diagnostic and treatment issues. Serves as liaison, committee member and/or resource person in area of expertise. Participates as a team member in or leads staff meetings, case conferences, disposition review teams and other meetings.
Unit Specific Education/Experience/Skills
Knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired by completing more than four years of graduate study beyond a Bachelor's degree, such as a Doctorate (PhD/PsyD) in Clinical or Counseling Psychology; one year predoctoral fulltime internship (by a licensed psychologist), six months to one year of related experience in consultation, outreach,and educational/instructional activities in a university counseling center setting; and/or experience in a non-university clinical setting, including community mental health or inpatient treatment settings; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Full licensure as a Psychologist in the State of Michigan, or license eligible in the State of Michigan within eighteen months from date of hire.
Three to five years of professional experience beyond licensure as a Psychologist. Knowledge and experience in working in a multicultural, integrated-health, clinical setting, including clinical experience with a diverse, international, university-based population. Design and implementation of psycho-educational programming and outreach experience; experience in brief psychotherapy and crisis intervention; experience in professional training and supervision. Proficiency in a language other than English. Demonstrated competency or expertise in APA accredited doctoral intern training programs.
Required Application Materials
cover letterWork Hours
Clinic hours are generally 8AM-6PM Monday-Thursday and 8AM-5PM Fridays during the academic semestersBidding Eligibility Ends 10/17/2017 @ 11:55 PM