The University of Wisconsin-University Counseling Services (UCS) of the Norris Health Center seeks to fill two positions for a Sr, no prefix, or associate Psychologist to primarily provide diagnostic evaluations and short-term individual and group therapy clinical services to student clients.
Additional responsibilities include: supervise trainees as needed; provide triage screenings and crisis intervention services for students; conduct training’s and other campus outreach services; consult with campus faculty and staff; maintain client records; participate in center quality improvement activities; and complete other duties as assigned. These services are provided within an integrated care model within the Norris Health Center.
The Associate Psychologist/Psychologist/Sr. Psychologist would be working as a part of a dynamic team of mental health and medical care professionals (including psychologists, social workers, LPC’s, psychiatrists, post-doctoral fellows, medical staff and mental health trainees) providing services to a diverse, largely young adult population of graduate and undergraduate university students. Unit supported ongoing continuing education is expected.
- Ph.D. or Psy. D. in psychology at time of hire (ABDwill not be considered)
- Eligible to obtain WI psychologist licensure within 12 months of hire
- Passed EPPP exam and eligible to supervise
- Possess a state license to practice psychology
- Evidence of experience evaluating and treating clients with eating disorders
- Evidence of experience working with the LGBTQ population
- Evidence of experience working with BIPOC population
- Evidence of experience providing supervision of mental health treatment to trainees or unlicensed staff
- Evidence of experience working in a college counseling center and demonstrated ability to be highly flexible
- Evidence of experience designing and providing education training, and outreach activities
- Evidence of experience doing crisis intervention with high-risk clients
- Evidence of multicultural competence working with a variety of identities from a social justice lens
- Evidence of experience working within a brief treatment model
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team