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University of Idaho
Counseling & Testing Center
The Counseling & Testing Center at the University of Idaho is offering a full-time, 12-month, non-recurring post-doctoral fellowship. It is designed for the individual who is interested in working in a college or university counseling center and would like an opportunity to solidify existing counseling/therapy skills, learn new competencies, integrate their identity as a psychologist and receive appropriate supervised experiences to facilitate obtaining licensure as a psychologist. There will be opportunity to work with a wide range of diagnostic issues and experience the full range of direct and indirect services offered by a university counseling center.
Responsibilities and duties include providing individual, couples, and group counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, and outreach services to University of Idaho students. In addition, the successful applicant will have the opportunity to select one or more areas of specialization. Possible specialty areas include: Learning disability/ADHD assessment, biofeedback training, outreach and consultation, substance abuse, veterans’ services, and training. Other duties include completion of appropriate documentation of activities and participation in department and division initiatives, meetings, and trainings.
•Completion of doctoral internship prior to starting date
•Earned PhD or PsyD in clinical or counseling psychology (ABD considered)
•Experience conducting individual counseling with adults
•APA accredited doctoral program and/or internship
•Completed doctoral degree
•Internship in college or university counseling center
•Experience in college or university counseling centers
•Experience in crisis intervention, outreach, consultation, substance abuse, and psychoeducational assessment
•Demonstrated commitment to multicultural competency
As the state’s flagship university, the University of Idaho is a land-grant research and teaching institution with an enrollment of over 12,300 students. The University of Idaho is a nationally-recognized research institution committed to student success and academic excellence that delivers one of the best educational values in the Pacific Northwest. The primary campus is located in Moscow, Idaho, 85 miles south of Spokane, Washington.
Moscow is a small, friendly university town of 24,000 nestled in the scenic, rolling Palouse hills. Moscow is known for its quality of life and has been dubbed “the Heart of Arts”. Located just 8 miles from Washington State University in Pullman, Washington, the two university communities offer residents access to a broad array of arts, cultural, athletic, and scholarly events. With access to excellent recreational activities in the forests, rivers and lakes of northern Idaho, the quality of life in Moscow is among the best in the Pacific Northwest. In fact, Men’s Journal named this “hip little city” one of the nation’s five best places to live among college towns
Required Application Materials
Letter of Interest and Qualifications; Curriculum Vitae; Three letters of reference, at least two of which must be from clinical supervisors; Graduate Transcripts
To receive "first consideration" please submit all application materials by June 11th, 2013. Following initial review of “first consideration” applicant pool, job posting may be re-posted and/or un-posted until position is filled.
August 1st, 2013 (negotiable)
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