This is a full time, twelve month position commencing on a date between Aug 1 - Aug 15, 2023.
Under supervision by qualified New Jersey licensed psychologists, the post-doctoral fellow provides direct clinical services, plans and delivers outreach, and consults with staff and faculty. The post-doctoral fellow will participate in our overall mission of promoting healthy psychological development for SIT students and will see a broad range of clientele from our student body. Training opportunities include: supervision of externs, didactics, opportunities to develop unique liaison relationship with other university departments.
- The primary focus of this position is the provision of direct clinical services. This includes initial assessments, crisis/triage assessments, referrals, case management, individual brief counseling, and group psychotherapy.
- Planning and development of campus outreach programs to undergraduate and graduate students. We offer a unique opportunity to develop liaison relationships with other offices within the university.
- Additional administrative roles and special projects may also be required depending on the needs of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).
- One evening per week is required during the Fall and Spring semester.
- Report and note writing, case consultation, case management, professional development, consultation and collaboration with faculty, and staff.
- Participate in weekly individual supervision, group supervision and weekly staff meetings.
- Provide crisis intervention services as needed.
- Provide consultation to faculty, staff, and administration.
- Provide educational outreach services to campus groups as requested.
- Maintain up-to-date case files as dictated by current professional standards.
- Create and present in-service training as requested.
- Represent Counseling Center at campus events.
- Adhere to ethical principles of the profession as articulated by the American Psychological Association.
- Continued professional development.
- Prior practicum experience in a college counseling setting, or prior clinical experience with young adults is preferred.
- Must be a graduate of an APA-accredited Clinical or Counseling Psychology doctoral program (Ph.D. or Psy.D.).
- Must have successfully completed an APA-accredited internship program.
- Doctoral dissertation must be successfully defended prior to the start of the fellowship.
- Experience with multicultural populations is required.
- This individual must be flexible in their approach (educational, preventive and therapeutic).
- Apply online and submit a letter of interest, CV, and the contact information of three references.
- Questions can be directed to: Eric D. Rose, Ph.D., Director (email@example.com)
- Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis
Counseling & Psychological Services
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