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Adjunct Faculty Positions in the Wright Institute’s Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology Program
The Wright Institute, located in Berkeley, California, is excited to announce new adjunct faculty positions in the Counseling Psychology Master of Arts Program for in-person instruction at our West Berkeley campus.
Our Counseling Program provides students with the education and clinical skills necessary to pursue licensure in California as a marriage and family therapist (MFT) or a professional clinical counselor (LPCC). Throughout the two-year curriculum, students attend day, evening, or weekend classes. In their second year, students participate in supervised clinical training at external community mental health agencies. The student population is approximately 180 graduate students ranging in age from 21 to 65 and about 35% identify as Black, Indigenous, or People of Color.
The Wright Institute is currently seeking applicants to join our adjunct faculty team. Current open courses include Sexual Development and Health, Clinical Assessment and Measures, Child and Adolescent Counseling, Community Mental Health, Couples Counseling and Family Therapy. However, applications to teach any of our courses at the adjunct level are warmly welcomed. For more information about the Wright Institute, its educational philosophy, and its Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program, please visit our website at https://www.wi.edu/ma-program. You may view our full list of courses at https://www.wi.edu/ma-course-descriptions.
Qualifications: A masters or doctoral degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Social Work or related field from an accredited program, licensed to practice in California. Candidates must have experience teaching at the graduate level and expertise with the course subject as well as a commitment to incorporating issues of diversity into all aspects of their work.
Compensation: $2400 per unit taught. Courses are typically 1.5-3 units. A 1.5 unit course will earn $3600, a 3 unit course will earn $7200.
Send your application or apply at www.wi.edu/join-our-team/ . Please include a letter of interest with course preferences (the full list of course descriptions is available at https://www.wi.edu/ma-course-descriptions), resume, and student evaluations from recent teaching experiences.
Please apply at . Please include a letter of interest with course preferences (the full list of course descriptions is available at), resume, and student evaluations from recent teaching experiences.
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