Reporting to the Director, the Staff Counselor or Psychologist is responsible for the provision of assessment, crisis intervention, short-term counseling, group work, referral and outreach to undergraduate and graduate students in an integrated counseling and health center. The Staff Counselor/Psychologist will work closely with the Director and Counseling Staff to incorporate best practice models in college mental health, collaborate with campus departments, and participate in the on call rotation. She or he will develop services and programs specific to men and men’s issues including: anger management, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, trauma, and violence prevention. The Staff Counselor/Psychologist will assist the Director in developing an accredited clinical training program for counselors, social workers and/or psychologists and provide training and clinical supervision to trainees.
Master’s degree in counseling or social work required; Doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology preferred. Licensed or license-eligible in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts within one year as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker or Psychologist. A minimum of 2 years post-licensure clinical experience is required. Experience with older adolescent/young adult/college population required. Ability to work with complex clinical presentations and experience with working with men and men’s issues required. Interest in building an active men-against-violence student group on campus preferred. Strong presentation skills and outreach experience preferred. Must be able to work effectively in a culturally diverse environment and appreciate the values of a Catholic college.
Please apply with resume and cover letter.
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