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Associate Director for Clinical Services
Georgia State University
Counseling & Testing Center
The Associate Director for Clinical Services will provide administrative supervision for the clinical services of the Counseling and Testing Center, including: supervision of contracted clinical services staff, chairing case disposition meetings for the purpose of referral of all students who request services, chairing weekly case conference in which clients are presented for consultation,developing clinical services policies and procedures for submission to Director for approval, as well as oversight of the electronic records database. Additionally, the Associate Director for Clinical Services will serve as the Designee for the Director of Psychological and Health Services, including: rotating campus emergency coverage, serving in rotation with Associate Director of Psychological and Health Services for clinical administrative coverage of the CTC, providing risk screenings for students of concern, attendance at campus or CTC meetings as designated, or other duties of the Director’s designee as required. The Associate Director for Clinical Services will provide direct service to students including: individual counseling, assessment, and emergency consultation. The Associate Director for Clinical Services will maintain licensure as a psychologist and is expected to be active in professional associations including American Psychological Association and Association for the Coordination of Counseling Center Clinical Services in order to remain current with innovations in provision of clinical services to university students. The Associate Director for Clinical Services will complete all other duties as assigned by the Director of Psychological and Health Services.
Licensure in the State of Georgia or licensure within another state that is transferred within 90 days.
3 years of post-licensure clinical experience.
Experience in university mental health setting
Clinical experience and demonstrated competence with diverse populations
Working knowledge of threat assessment and threat management theory and practice and experience in assessment and management of cases involving harm to self and others, preferably in a higher education environment.
-Working knowledge of assessment of substance abuse and treatment and prevention with university populations.
-Working knowledge of strategies for prevention and treatment of sexual assault within university populations.
-Demonstrated ability to review and interpret clinical assessments and formulated interventions to minimize risk of violence or self-harm , to provide crisis intervention and response, case management and counseling in crisis settings as well as information and appropriate referrals.
-Demonstrated ability to develop comprehensive education programs around topics related to students of concerns for varied audiences.
Georgia State University is an urban research university located in downtown Atlanta with a population of approximately 33,000 students. Over 4,000 students reside on campus.
Georgia State University is located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. Atlanta is around 4 hours from Savannah Georgia and the coast and is approximately 2 hours from the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Required Application Materials
Applicants should apply online at www.gsu.edu/employment
This is a newly posted position and applications will be reviewed as received.
Send Applications To:
Jill Lee-Barber, Ph.D.
PO Box 3961
Atlanta, GA 30302
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