Conducts clinical diagnostic evaluation and assessment of students, including urgent-care/crisis evaluations.
Provides goal-focused, evidence-based, time-limited individual, couples, and group psychotherapy.Â
Provides emergency and crisis intervention services, including scheduled daytime on-call coverage; maintains timely and complete electronic documentation.
Exercises discretion and confidentiality while handling sensitive situations.
Reviews, analyzes, interprets, and/or adheres to federal and state laws, rules, regulations, Code of Ethics, policies, and procedures as related to clinical psychology.
Provides consultation, training, and outreach to members of the University of Chicago student community both during and after hours with a special focus on students of color.
Participates in clinical and administrative staff meetings as appropriate.Â
Provides clinical supervision of trainees as needed and as appropriate.
Interprets client treatment plans based on research, clinical experience, and client histories.
Analyzes effectiveness of counseling or treatments and the accuracy and completeness of diagnoses, modifying plans or diagnoses as necessary.
Performs other related work as needed.
Doctoral degree in psychology (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) from an APA-approved graduate program. Â
Advanced training or experience with college-age or young adult populations.
Working collaboratively with colleagues, campus departments, and student groups.
Development, implementation, and assessment of student mental health programs.
Licenses and Certifications:
Licensed or license eligible as a clinical psychologist in Illinois.
Working in a university counseling setting.
Working collaboratively with other offices on campus to develop and provide a network of supportive student services.
Demonstrated multicultural skills/experience and commitment to diversity and inclusion issues.
Facilitating presentations on mental health topics for a diverse student population.
Providing training to doctoral-level psychology trainees.
Clinical care setting.
Environment can be stressful.
Use computers extensively for up to 2 hours at a time.
Use standard computer and office equipment.
Cover Letter (required)
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