Per-Diem Staff Psychologist/Clinical Social Worker
Per-Diem Staff Psychologist/Clinical Social WorkerJob Description:
Sarah Lawrence College Health & Wellness Center Staff Psychologist/Clinical Social Worker per-diem position is responsible for providing consultation, evaluation, and psychological treatment services for the undergraduate and graduate students of Sarah Lawrence College. This per-diem clinician is a clinical specialty role with a focus on LGBTQ and non-binary identifying students. The ideal clinician is well-versed and able to provide LGBTQ affirming short term psychotherapy and group therapy. Counseling and Psychological Services is committed to providing counseling and clinical care for students from a cross-cultural, integrative, and mindfulness based perspective. This is a 14 hour per week role for 10 months with one day in person and one day remote telehealth work for this academic year.Essential Duties Summary:
Applicants must be proficient in:
•Managing a fast-paced, high acuity caseload.
•Maintaining excellent and timely clinical documentation.
•Working with an integrated clinical team (including psychiatric provider, mental health clinicians, medical services staff) as well as the College community.
•Self-reflection and commitment to hearing and acting on feedback in a collegial environment.
•The understanding of the intersection of race, gender, LGBTQ orientation, disability status, and socioeconomic status with mental health concerns along with appropriate, informed treatment.
Duties and Responsibilities include:
•Comprehensive intake evaluations
•Same Day appointments for urgent care
•Brief individual psychotherapy
•Documentation of all patient care and communication in EHR (electronic health record)
•Weekly schedule management through EHR – Practice Management system
•Doctorate in Counseling / Clinical Psychology or Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work
•NY State Licensure
•Minimum 3 years’ experience with college counseling, including time limited psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness-based treatment modalities.
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