Doctoral Internship in Counseling Psychology
Job location: BYU–Hawaii
Employment Type: Part-time
Posted data: 2021-04-14
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Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Participates in Crisis Counseling and conducts brief assessments with students who walk in.
- Conducts intake interviews with students who request counseling services and completes the required clinical documentation via our electronic recordkeeping system.
- Provides individual and group counseling to students on a scheduled basis or through crisis intervention.
- Provides clinical supervision to an undergraduate practicum student and maintains supervision notes
- Provides outreach workshops and lectures to campus community.
- Maintains up-to-date clinical documentation via an electronic recordkeeping system.
- Consults with supervisors and staff as needed.
- Acts as a campus resource on psychology and represents Counseling and Psychological Services in the university community.
- Acts as a liaison between client and campus or community resources as needed.
- Provides consultation to staff, faculty, and parents seeking assistance with troubled students or those with serious mental health issues.
- Attends training seminars, staff meetings and supervision on a weekly basis and in a prompt manner.
- Represents the department and division at public relations events as requested.
- Interacts with staff and students in a professional and ethical manner.
- Participates in supervision and training with an openness to learning and receiving feedback.
- Utilizes psychodiagnostic assessment procedures and psychometric methods to facilitate psychotherapy as needed.
- Under the supervision of a licensed psychologist, performs psychological evaluations for ADHD, learning disorders, and related referral.
Non-essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Performs additional job-related duties and responsibilities as requested.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Knowledge and basic skills in counseling practices and methods.
- Ability to plan, implement, evaluate and report activities conducted.
- Ability to communicate effectively in writing and to prepare written and electronic documents.
- Ability to communicate orally, both in person and by telephone.
- Ability to travel to meetings, other campuses and counseling sites.
- Ability to establish rapport with others as a requisite for healthy and therapeutic relationships.
- Ability to present oneself in an appropriately personable and professional manner to students and staff.
- Ability to receive and utilize constructive feedback regarding performance, presentation and relationships with others.
- Ability to be both consistent and flexible as circumstances warrant.
- Ability to effectively weigh and evaluate personal needs, client needs and the aims and policies of the agency and to respond and negotiate these competing needs as appropriate.
- Ability to remain calm and supportive in psychological emergencies and/or crises when provided with appropriate supervision and direction.
- An enhanced level of self-awareness as to how he or she relates to others and an ability to effectively modulate this personal style as conditions warrant.
- Ability to communicate via computer email. Other Skills and Abilities
- Must possess some knowledge of Disability Etiquette and the ADA law. Must understand Confidentiality FERPA, HIPPA and child abuse mandating reporting laws.
- Possess good people skills, organization skills, communication skills, takes initiative, and has creativity.