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Staff Psychologist/AOD Specialist
University of Hartford
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
The Counseling and Psychological Services Department (CAPS) at The University of Hartford has a vacancy for a full-time 10-month staff psychologist/AOD specialist beginning August 2013. Primary responsibilities include: providing substance abuse assessment, counseling, education and preventative programming (which may occur after-hours); providing general psychological evaluation and treatment for individuals, couples, and groups; conducting crisis evaluations and providing crisis interventions; supervising and training graduate student trainees.
Minimum qualifications include: a doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology; licensure as a psychologist in Connecticut; expertise in the treatment of alcohol and other drug related disorders; previous clinical experience with a college-age population (preferably within a college counseling center).
Desired qualifications include: proficiency in providing brief, focused, and evidence-based treatment interventions; a thorough understanding of the developmental challenges facing a college-age population; strong oral presentation skills; and a desire to work in a multidisciplinary team environment.
The University of Hartford is a private institution located in West Hartford, CT. UHart currently enrolls 7,308 students including 4,722 full-time undergraduates. The university is well-known for its competitive programs in engineering, education, and psychology, as well as for the Hartt School of performing arts and the Barney School of Business.
UHart is situated on 340 acres and is conveniently located less than two hours from Boston and New York City.
Required Application Materials
Letter of interest and CV.
August 12, 2013
Send Applications To:
David Albert, Ph.D.
200 Bloomfield Avenue, GSU313
West Hartford, CT 06119
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