Staff Psychologist, The University Counseling Center
Job location: Winston Salem, NC
Employment Type: Full-time
Posted data: 2021-04-05
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Based on experience and interest, staff have the opportunity to provide leadership over a UCC service area and/or advocacy for a special population. The University Counseling Center is part of the Health & Wellbeing Team of offices within the Division of Campus Life.Job Description
Provides individual and group counseling/therapy to students at the University.
Conducts crisis assessment and intervention for urgent/walk-in appointments.
Coordinates at least one of the following areas and/or provides advocacy for at least one of the following populations:
Minoritized racial/cultural groups
First generation students
Men’s mental health
Provides didactic training, consultation, and clinical supervision to UCC graduate trainees in psychology and counseling.
Works collaboratively both within the Health & Wellbeing team and across other departments as members of the Division of Campus Life to ensure delivery of integrated professional services consistent with the mission and strategic directions of Campus Life.
Provides professional consultation to all members of the University community.
Provides outreach, workshops, and training on various mental health and wellbeing topics as needed.
Provides after-hours on-call crisis counseling on a rotating basis, and occasional after-hours outreach as needed.
Keeps timely, accurate, and ethical records consistent with UCC policy.
Required Education, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
Doctorate in counseling or clinical psychology from an APA-accredited program.
Eligible to practice as a Licensed Psychologist in the state of North Carolina within six months of hire.
Minimum of 2-5 years postdoctoral experience.
Passion for and experience working with students from minoritized groups and diverse backgrounds; and dedication to partnering with relevant campus advocates (Safe Office, LGBTQ Center, Intercultural Center, Women’s Center, Magnolia Scholars, etc.) to improve mental health service provision.
Demonstrated knowledge and experience providing culturally sensitive psychotherapy within a time-limited scope of service.
Demonstrated knowledge of and ability to use culturally relevant crisis intervention skills.
Demonstrated ability to consult, collaborate, and present culturally relevant outreach and educational events to a range of audiences.
Experience providing culturally relevant and developmentally appropriate clinical supervision to master’s and/or doctoral interns or trainees in mental health fields.
Demonstrated understanding of the dynamics of privilege and oppression, and the impact these have on equity, access, and opportunity in higher education/the workplace.
Excellent oral and written communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills.
Ability to keep good client records and use Titanium scheduler/database.
Ability to use independent judgment and to manage confidential information.
Adherence to APA professional code of ethics.
Preferred Education, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
Experience with mental health provision in a college or university counseling center.
Provides clinical consultation and supervision to master’s and/or doctoral interns and trainees.