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Conduct individual intake assessments, 3 - 5 per week as agreed upon with Director. Provide direct clinical services to University students - individual, group, and couples counseling. Manage individual caseload so as to be able to incorporate new clients in an ongoing manner. Maintain accurate, timely clinical notes, following the Department's Quality Improvement committee standards regarding such things as documentation of diagnosis, threats to self and others and treatment planning. Manage assigned crisis walk in coverage, displaying crisis management skills. Adhere to relevant ethical and legal standards of HIPAA, relevant professional bodies, and state boards. Consult with and refer to other professionals when appropriate. Supplement counseling, when appropriate, with referral to other University resources. Practice in a multi-culturally informed manner. Take leadership role in the provision of multi-culturally informed services. Utilize evidence-based clinical interventions, as appropriate, documenting in clinical notes. Serve on the Department's emergency response teams.
Participate in the Department's active educational outreach programs especially those centering on reaching Asian students. Serve as liaison to a campus group and consult with that particular group regarding educational programs, troubled students or other concerns. Special outreach duties. Assist Director in plaining for response to large-scale disaster.
Mentor pre-doctoral psychology interns. Conduct intern educational seminars. Train Department staff and representatives in Psychological First Aid principles.
Write letters for clients, as appropriate. Document telephone and face-to-face consultations with University faculty, staff, family members and any others pertaining to students of concern. Participate in peer chart reviews.
PhD in Psychology (Counseling or Clinical) from APA accredited program. 1 year of post-doctorate experience in a higher education counseling setting or graduate course work. 3 years of experience using diagnostic and psychological testing methodologies through graduate course work or supervised teaching/practicum experience. 3 years of experience in administering and interpreting tests of cognitive ability, academic achievement, and psychological functioning through graduate course work or practicum training. 1 year of experience providing counseling in a higher education setting with international students and working with underserved campus populations. Health Service Provider in Psychology (HSPP) License required prior to start date. Fluent in Mandarin. Experience in providing services, including outreach, to Asian students.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: HE
Job Function: Health Services
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