Among the key duties of this position are the following:
- Offers prevention, intervention and postvention community based services for faculty, staff and students.
- Collaborates with other professionals in a multi-disciplinary University based mental health service.
- Supports and/or supervises within CAPS clinical training programs including an APA accredited internship in health service psychology
Minimum Education and Experience
- Doctoral degree in clinical, school, or counseling psychology or equivalent from an appropriately accredited institution
- Licensed as a New Jersey practicing psychologist
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Completion, prior to beginning the position, of an internship in health service, clinical, school or counseling psychology or the equivalent.
- Interest/experience with evidence based, culture-centered, structured treatments for common concerns for University students including: Depression, anxiety, affective dysregulation, substance abuse and eating difficulties, etc.
- Familiarity with developmental issues of college students.
- Demonstrated sensitivity and skill in working with diverse students, staff and faculty.
- Adept in assessing suicide risk and developing appropriate dispositions and safety plans.
- Must have a proven track record of interest and/or experience in culture centered, structured, mental health care that has relevance for working with a wide range of University students.