The Human Development & Family Studies Department in the College of Health and Human Services is accepting applications for a Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor beginning Fall 2021. This faculty member will engage in teaching and service within our COAMFTE accredited MFT program, which prepares students for licensure as Marriage and Family Therapists. Responsibilities for the position include: 1) teaching a range of courses within the MFT graduate program and the Family Support undergraduate program; 2) direct clinical supervision treating individuals, couples, children/adolescents and families at UNHâs Marriage and Family Therapy Center; 3) advise and mentor undergraduate and graduate students; 4) engage in university and professional service.
Applicants must have earned a doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy, Human Development, Family Studies, or a closely related field from an COAMFTE accredited program; prior university teaching experience; demonstrate a strong commitment to issues of diversity, and demonstrate a strong record of clinical experience in treating families, couples, and individuals. Candidates must have a current New Hampshire MFT license or be license eligible as an MFT. Applicants must also have obtained an AAMFT Approved Supervisor Designation or be an AAMFT Approved Supervisor Candidate working towards achieving this designation.
Internal Number: PF0373FY20
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The University of New Hampshire is an R1 Carnegie classification research institution providing comprehensive, high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs of distinction. UNH is located in Durham on a 188-acre campus, 60 miles north of Boston and 8 miles from the Atlantic coast, and is convenient to New Hampshire's lakes and mountains. There is a student enrollment of 13,000 students, with a full-time faculty of over 600, offering 90 undergraduate and more than 70 graduate programs. The University actively promotes a dynamic learning environment in which qualified individuals of differing perspectives, life experiences, and cultural backgrounds pursue academic goals with mutual respect and shared inquiry.