Coordinates and oversees outreach and wellness services to engage and support students who belong to historically marginalized and underrepresented groups.
Liaisons and collaborates with student organizations, academic departments, and administrative offices that attend to and serve historically marginalized and underrepresented students.
Develops and coordinates psychoeducational programs that focus on promoting identity-based equity in student mental health and wellness.
Provides direct clinical services, including initial consultations, brief psychotherapy, group counseling and crisis intervention, to a diverse undergraduate and graduate student population.
Provides clinical supervision and training for pre-doctoral externs, post-graduate fellows, psychiatric residents, and mental health counseling and social work interns.
Provides consultation to faculty, administrators, families and community providers about students of concern and campus wide mental health issues.
Participates in multidisciplinary and administrative team meetings.
Administrative duties as assigned.
Advanced degree in a mental health related field (clinical or counseling psychology, social work, mental health counseling) from an accredited program.
Licensed or license eligible as a mental health provider in New York State.
3 Years’ experience with providing short-term counseling and therapy in a university/college mental health setting.
3 Years’ Demonstrated interest and experience with promoting social justice and working with marginalized. Under-represented and under-served student groups, including but not limited to students of color, LGBTQ students, and male students.
Commitment to providing multicultural counseling and conceptualizing from a psychodynamic framework.
Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse university community of students, faculty, administrators and families.
Dedication to learning about, understanding and supporting the care of students and the vocation of student affairs in the context of Fordham University’s Jesuit tradition.
Candidates who belong to historically under-represented identity groups in the mental health fields are encouraged to apply.
Internal Number: A01505
About Fordham University
Fordham Founded in 1841, Fordham is the Jesuit University of New York, offering an exceptional education distinguished by the Jesuit tradition to more than 16,000 students in its 9 colleges and schools. It has residential campuses in the Bronx and Manhattan, a campus in West Harrison, N.Y., the Louis Calder Center Biological Field Station in Armonk, N.Y., and the London Centre in the United kingdom.