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The Human Resources Department seeks candidates for a
Part-Time Therapist reporting to the
Director of the University�s Counseling Center. This is a part-time position
anticipated to work 14 hours per week during the academic year (August through
April). This part-time position is not eligible for university benefits.
intake interviews, identifies needs, and creates a case formulation; works with
counseling center team to develop treatment plans, including appropriate
referrals; provides short-term individual therapy; effectively engages and
retains students and efficiently manages caseload; appropriately manages and
resolves crises; refers students to supportive services on campus and in the
community to supplement treatment and counseling; consults with and/or makes
referrals to other professionals and outside agencies; develops and implements
appropriate discharge or transfer planning with student and relevant parties and
conducts necessary follow-up; develops and maintains positive relationships with
university faculty, staff, and students; student families and partners, and
local mental health providers; maintains accurate and complete case files; works
to expand services offered by the Counseling Center; and performs
relevantadministrative duties and related work as required.
Master's degree counseling, mental health, psychology, therapy, or a related
field from an accredited college or university required.
Licensure or eligibility for licensure from the state of Pennsylvania
required within one year of hire date.
of licensing, knowledge, contemporary ideas, and trends through training.
Knowledge and skills working with diverse college students; Experience in a
college or university counseling center desirable.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to establish and maintain
effective working relations, and work with culturally diverse peoples.
Sound analysis, judgment, critical thinking, and decision making skills.
desire to positively impact people�s lives.
Characteristics which inspire respect, trust, and confidence.
Ability to work independently or as part of a team.
Adherence to the code of ethics associated with specialty, licenses and/or
Knowledge of psychological and counseling theory, principles, practices, and
Knowledge of social and psychological basis of dysfunctional behavior.
Ability to quickly and accurately recognize and prescribe solutions to
Maintenance of confidentiality in accordance with legal standards.
Internal Application Deadline: October
External Application Deadline:
Position Is Filled
As Soon As Possible
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