Job no: 494903
Work type: Temporary full time
Location: Glassboro, New Jersey
Post-Doctoral Clinician (Psychology)
Under the direction of the Associate Director of the Wellness Center, the Post-Doctoral Clinician is responsible to provide the following services for University students: individual and group psychotherapy; substance abuse and mental health intake assessments; triage evaluations; treatment planning; crisis intervention; and referral services.
This clinician will work closely with various teams that address high-risk issues and will participate in weekly consultation with the Crisis Team; the Dialectical Behavior Therapy consultation team and the Alcohol and Other Drug Team in order to provide screening, consultation and treatment to students with issues such as suicidality, self-injury, substance use, trauma, and eating disorders.
This clinician will also work with Residential Learning and University Housing in developing and providing substance abuse assessment, treatment, and programing for their developing recovery program. In addition to working closely with the other departments within The Wellness Center, this clinician works with university and Student Life staff across the following areas: the Academic Success Center, ASCEND, Athletics, Campus Recreation, Community Standards, Residential Learning and University Housing (RLUH), and the Student Center, as well as community agencies to assist or lead the development and delivery of relevant programs, presentations, and events.
The Post-Doctoral Clinician maintains confidentiality, integrity of client interactions, treatment protocols, and accurate records.
Functional Areas of Responsibility:
- Substance Abuse
- Crisis Intervention
- Risk Assessment
- Mental Health
- Demonstrated experience working with diverse student populations
- Program Development
- Trauma-Related Services
About Counseling and Psychological Services at the Wellness Center:
The Wellness Center’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) is located on Rowan’s Glassboro main campus in Winans Hall. CPS provides services to undergraduate and graduate Rowan University students. Our student population is diverse in race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, religion, disability status, gender identity, and sexual orientation. Services provided to students include individual and group therapy, with occasional inclusion of partners or family members as clinically indicated. We offer a comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) program. Other services offered by CPS include on-call crisis response, comprehensive psychological testing, psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring, outreach to the campus community, and consultation to staff, faculty, and parents.
Post-doctoral clinicians are very active and important members of our treatment staff and we support their clinical and professional growth as colleagues and psychologists. We value their contributions and encourage them to pursue their particular areas of interest with the same passion and commitment that all of the staff bring to the Wellness Center. The CPS staff has a wide range of expertise, theoretical orientations, and specializations. Staff includes licensed psychologists, clinical social workers, professional counselors, addictions counselor, and psychiatrists. Many of our staff have extensive training in DBT and RO-DBT. Other theoretical orientations/approaches include cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, systems focused, interpersonal psychotherapy, motivational interviewing, acceptance and commitment therapy, brief solution-focused, prolonged exposure, trauma-focused, and EMDR.
Education: Completion of Ph.D./Psy.D. in Counseling or Clinical Psychology is required.
Experience: Completion of full-time pre-doctoral internship is required.
Licensures/Certifications: Position is dependent upon applicant obtaining a 3-year temporary supervised permit in New Jersey on or before the September 1st start date.
As required by the State of New Jersey, must complete a criminal history check and have proof of U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status.
Salary and benefits are competitive. All positions are contingent upon budget appropriations.
Interested applicants should complete this application process and include: Curriculum Vitae, two letters of recommendation, as well as copy of diploma or letter from the Director of Clinical Training confirming completion of requirements and good standing in program.
Advertised: Jan 5 2021 Eastern Standard Time
Applications close: Jan 19 2021 11:55 PM Eastern Standard Time