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Position Title
Staff Psychologist / Training Director

Notre Dame De Namur University

Student Counseling Services

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Position Description
General Description:
The Staff Psychologist provides clinical services to University students and outreach to the campus community. As the Training Director this position is also responsible for the leadership and management of the Counseling Services’ training program. The Training Director coordinates the provision of supervision and training, evaluates the effectiveness of the training program, and facilitates future planning and development with the training staff.

Specific Responsibilities/Duties:
•Provide counseling / psychotherapy for diverse student populations with various cultural backgrounds, both graduate and undergraduate. Includes: providing individual, couples, and group counseling; providing short term, long term counseling, case management, triage, and crisis intervention
•Direct doctoral student internship program. Includes: providing seminars / didactic trainings, scheduling guest speakers for trainings, scheduling participation in relevant conferences, participating in the Northern California Training Directors group, acting as chair of the search committee and arranging intern interviews, supervising the clinical experience of the two practicum interns, writing evaluations and liaison with Doctoral Programs
•Remain “on-call” for crisis intervention
•Coordinate and provide training for Student Leaders. Includes: Teaching counseling and communication skills, providing follow-up consultation as necessary
•Coordinate outreach programs and services. Includes: providing consultation services for faculty and staff; helping to develop and promote psycho-educational workshops for students on topics such as stress management, healthy relationships, alcohol use and abuse, and depression
•Participate as a team member in the Division of Student Affairs
•Works collaboratively with the Case Manager/Social Worker

Minimum Qualifications
•A doctorate in counseling or clinical psychology, preferably from an APA accredited program
•Three years of postdoctoral experience that includes clinical training duties, counseling-related responsibilities, clinical supervision, administrative or teaching responsibilities
•Clinical skill in providing short term, long term, crisis counseling; triage and case management; group psychotherapy; individual and couples therapy.
•Minimum of 3 full-time equivalent years experience providing clinical supervision to graduate student trainees as a licensed psychologist
•College Counseling experience preferred
•Strong administrative, interpersonal, oral and written skills
•Demonstrated knowledge of clinical training program management and regulations
•Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, campus departments, and student groups
•Experience and skill in consulting with professional colleagues and staff
•Demonstrated commitment to multiculturalism and experience with diverse populations on a university campus

Desired Qualifications

University Description
Founded more than 160 years ago, we are the fifth oldest college in California. NDNU is a fully accredited, private, Catholic, co-educational master’s university. With 2,000 students from 28 states and 23 different countries, NDNU broadens the perspective and outlook of its students by exposing them to peers with very different backgrounds, cultures and world views.

Region Description
We are located located on the San Francisco Peninsula in Silicon Valley.

Required Application Materials
Cover letter and curriculum vitae.

Application Deadline
June 14, 2013

Starting Date
May 23, 2013

Send Applications To:
NDNU - Human Resources , Job # SPTD052213

Mailing Address
1500 Ralston Avenue
Belmont, CA 94002

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