Staff Psychologist-BIPOC/International Students Focus
Student Counseling Services (SCS) at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Campus is seeking a Doctoral level psychologist to provide individual and group counseling with an emphasis on working with BIPOC/International students, clinical supervision to trainees, and outreach and programming to the University community. We seek candidates with evidence of training, expertise, commitment, and sustained engagement in working with BIPOC/International Students towards their personal development, well-being, and academic success, through culturally responsive individual, group and community interventions. Candidates must also demonstrate commitment to supporting the development and growth of clinicians-in-training in the area of culturally responsive interventions.
The staff psychologist will have strong, generalist clinical skills and experience in therapy, consultation and outreach to provide culturally responsive care to undergraduate and graduate student populations, and will collaborate with campus and community partners to engage in meaningful psycho-educational outreach to promote student success and well-being. Service provision includes face-to-face and tele-mental health services to students. We are committed to hiring and retaining our staff to more fully reflect the diversity of our student body and the society at large. BIPOC/International candidates in mental health professions are strongly encouraged to apply.
Primary Job Responsibilities:
Provide personal counseling services via time-limited individual and group modalities (e.g., interpersonal, affinity, support, or psychoeducation, etc.) that supports emotional, academic, and career development of BIPOC/International students
Provide clinical supervision to graduate students in mental health programs, including facilitating didactic seminars in areas of expertise
Provide intake and crisis intervention services
Provide assessment and diagnostic services related to developing effective treatment plans and making appropriate referrals of student clients
Serve as an advocate and liaison in the referral of students to on- and off-campus resources for BIPOC/International student populations (for ex. International Student Scholar Services, Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence, TRIO, etc)
Provide consultation services for students, faculty, parents and staff related to psychological issues
Conduct and collaborate on psycho-educational workshops and preventive outreach for students, faculty and staff, particularly focused on the mental health needs of BIPOC/International Student populations.
Other duties as assigned
Compensation: The anticipated salary range for this position is expected to be $85,000–95,000 depending upon qualifications.
This position can accommodate a candidate that requires a H1-B visa or permanent residency to be employed in the United States.
In addition to a career filled with purpose and opportunity, The University of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefits package, to help you stay well, protect yourself and your family and plan for a secure future. See Benefits section below. Other benefits include: License application and renewal fees, licensure exam fees (one time) Professional development funds: $1500/year Relocation expense support
Doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA accredited program.
Independent licensure as a psychologist in Minnesota or able to obtain independent Minnesota license within 12 months of employment
Minimum two years experience (this could include practicum/internship experiences) providing clinical services in mental health settings.
Evidence of sustained pursuit of knowledge and experience working with culturally diverse populations.
-Demonstrated experience providing culturally-informed clinical services to diverse and traditionally under-served student groups (e.g. BIPOC/Multicultural, LGBTQIA+, international students, first generation students).
Interest in engaging fully in the typical work of a college counseling center, including short-term counseling, group counseling, crisis work, outreach, consultation, and training.
Minimum 1 year of experience providing clinical supervision to graduate clinicians-in-training
Experience in developing/delivering programming supporting BIPOC/International Student populations
Experience in providing bilingual/multilingual therapy and clinical supervision
General understanding of international student experiences such as common immigration regulations and unique barriers and resources
General understanding of domestic BIPOC student experiences including providing clinical support around historical trauma and healing, navigating predominantly white institutions and cultural healing and community practices
Experience providing clinical services in a college mental health setting
Experience and interest in providing group counseling, including affinity groups
Completion of APA accredited internship in a college counseling center
Training and experience in therapeutic psychological assessment
Experience in vocational, career, or academic counseling experience
Two or more years of experience providing clinical supervision to graduate clinicians-in-training
Program coordination or comparable administrative experience
The University of Minnesota, founded in the belief that all people are enriched by understanding, is dedicated to the advancement of learning and the search for truth; to the sharing of this knowledge through education for a diverse community; and to the application of this knowledge to benefit the people of the state, the nation, and the world.