1. Holds by-appointment individual counseling sessions with students and technical interns. 2. Facilitates group counseling sessions on a set schedule. 3. Partners with Yale Behavioral Health to refer students with immediate clinical needs. 4. Partners with YSD Title IX Coordinator/Dean's Designee for Discrimination and Harassment to refer students with immediate confidential needs to appropriate Yale resources. 5. May perform other duties as assigned.
Preferred Education: Counseling experience in a rigorous university setting.
Preferred Education, Experience and Skills: Counseling experience in a rigorous university setting.
Posting Position Title: Counselor, non-clinical
Required Skill/ability 3: Demonstrated ability to support students with issues of stress, coping, and conflict-resolution through de-escalation strategies.
Work Week: Standard (M-F equal number of hours per day)
University Job Title: Counselor (Non-Clinical)
Required Skill/ability 1: Demonstrated ability to counsel first-generation students; sensitivity towards inter-generational communication, racial/ethnic identity processing, issues of belonging across race, gender, sexuality and ability in a university setting.
Required Skill/ability 2: Demonstrated ability to work to support neuro-divergent students access appropriate resources within Yale and the legal profession. Strongly demonstrated individual counseling, facilitated group counseling, collaboration and communication skills.
Master's Degree in Psychology, Social Work, or related field. Two years' work experience in a clinical setting counseling students individually and/or in groups or an equivalent combination of experience and education.
Internal Number: 56350BR
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