Job No: 496417 Work Type: Staff Full-time Department: Student Affairs Location: Beren Campus, 245 Lexington Avenue, NY, NY Categories: Clinical Services, Student Services
The Counselor will work in the Yeshiva University Counseling Center and will provide individual therapy, crisis intervention and group therapy to undergraduate and graduate students. The Counselor will also coordinate, organize and deliver outreach programs for students on campus.
Provide direct clinical services including individual psychotherapy, group therapy, referrals and crisis intervention
Provide consultation services to faculty and staff as needed
Supervise interns/post doc and other therapists
Assist with outreach programs to students on campus
Maintain an assigned caseload of patients
Actively participate in individual and group supervision
Maintain clinical records in compliance with State and Federal regulatory agency requirements and program policies and procedures
Perform other related duties as assigned
Coordinate continuing education curriculum for interns and staff
Build and organize referral network for Counseling Center
Experience & Educational Background:
The individual should have completed all coursework to be a licensed or certified psychologist, social worker or mental health counselor
Prior experience working in college counseling centers, with interest and experience in an area of specialty, such as eating disorders, substance abuse, or trauma preferred
Interest in outreach to our student community to run psycho-educational programs
Skills & Competencies:
Candidate is required to have skills necessary to complete intakes, create treatment plans, and implement short term psychotherapy and group therapy with undergraduate students and graduate students
Candidate should have the skills to complete a suicide assessment and to be involved in crisis intervention
Candidate should have proficiency in the treatment model they use, and preferably have familiarity with more than one treatment modality, such as CBT, DBT and psychodynamic therapy
Founded in 1886, Yeshiva University (YU) has a strong tradition of combining Jewish scholarship with academic excellence and achievement in the liberal arts, sciences, medicine, law, business, social work, Jewish studies, education, psychology, and more.
We are a leading global educational institution that employs 2,000 people across our various campus locations -- Wilf Campus, Beren Campus, Brookdale Center, Resnick Campus in the Bronx, the Gruss Institute in Jerusalem, the Boys High School in Manhattan and the Girls High School in Queens. From the distinguished faculty who teach here, to the dedicated staff, we work to fulfill our mission through all that we teach, by all that we do and for all those we serve. We seek to attract and retain engaged and committed individuals who contribute to an exciting working environment, where there is a sense of community and belonging, balanced with a significant cross section of people from diverse backgrounds working and studying together.
The University offers an excellent compensation package, and a broad range of employee benefit plans, including immediate participation in the University's retirement plan. Staff members are typically eligible for four weeks paid vacation each year and have access to a shuttle to nearby subway locations.
Equal Employment Opportunity:
Yeshiva University is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.
Yeshiva University has been transforming lives for more than a century. Nowhere but here can students have a personal, small college experience while benefitting from the academic rigor of a top ranked research university. Since its inception YU has been dedicated to melding the ancient traditions of Jewish law and life with the heritage of Western civilization, and each year we celebrate as future leaders make YU their home. Yeshiva University is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.