The University of Texas at Dallas Student Counseling Center (SCC) is seeking full-time counseling providers (e.g., psychologist, LPC, LCSW).
UT Dallas and SCC are committed to creating an inclusive environment which respects, embraces, and promotes social justice, cultural safety and humility, belonging, and the values and goals outlined in SCC’s Diversity statement https://utdallas.edu/counseling/diversity/. As such, SCC counselors are expected to contribute to these efforts and possess communication and interpersonal skills necessary to engage effectively with a diverse community of students and colleagues.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THIS POSITION INCLUDE:
· Individual and group psychotherapy within a brief therapy model
· Initial evaluations, outreach, workshops, and consultation
· Clinical supervision and trainings for practicum therapists and doctoral interns
· Crisis intervention
THE STUDENT COUNSELING CENTER (SCC) IS SEEKING THERAPISTS WITH ONE (OR MORE) OF THE FOLLOWING SPECIALTIIES:
· Sexual assault advocacy and counseling; this counselor will help in providing competent, effective support (i.e. connecting to community, legal and/or medical resources) and counseling to UTD students who are victims and survivors of sexual assault and/or interpersonal violence. This staff member will also serve as the liaison to the UTD’s Title IX office.
· Crisis coordination and expertise; this counselor will help in coordinating crisis services and policies and procedures within the SCC as well as providing crisis services (risk assessments, safety planning, triage) to UTD students and consultation around crisis to SCC staff. This staff member may also assist Clinical Director in building triage system and team.
· Working with students holding marginalized identities, specifically Black, Latinx, and South Asian communities; this counselor will help in providing mental health services and identity-based support and programming to UTD’s diverse student population.
· Providing services for neurodivergent students, including strengths-focused assessment of neurodiversity.
· Working with common struggles and presenting concerns of college students, including eating disorders, substance use, trauma, and suicidality. Ability to potentially provide more formal assessments in these areas is also preferred.
Salary is commensurate with licensure status and experience level. The positions are associated with full health and other staff benefits, including sick and vacation days, professional development time, and professional funds.
- Master’s degree in Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, or Clinical Social Work from an accredited program and clinical independent licensure in the state of Texas before start date; OR doctoral degree in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from an APA accredited Program and licensure as a psychologist within the first year of employment
- 1 year of related experience
- Demonstrated experience providing services to members of marginalized populations
- Commitment to equity and inclusion of people of diverse, intersecting identities
- Ability to work effectively and cooperatively with a multidisciplinary team of professionals
- Strong clinical skills and ability to maintain up to date and accurate documentation
- Licensed in Texas
- Previous experience in a university/college setting
- Interest and experience in providing supervision and training to practicum therapists and/or doctoral interns from a relational, use-of-self, and social justice model
- Preference is given to candidates who have experience providing services to diverse populations, such as, but not limited to BIPOC students, international students, neurodiverse students, and LGBTQ+ community.
The University of Texas at Dallas, a public institution serving 21,000 undergraduates and 8,500 graduate students, is a rising research powerhouse with eight schools and more than 140 academic programs including top-ranked programs in business, engineering, science, audiology, and arts and technology. The campus community is enriched by a commitment to the arts, service-learning opportunities, and an athletics program with new esports teams. The UTD community is made up of a diverse student population, including 20% international students, a large LGBTQ+ community, and one of the top schools serving neurodiverse students. The Division of Student Affairs is dedicated to fostering an inclusive community where all individuals are valued and engaged. In 2019, the University was identified as an LGBTQ-Friendly campus and awarded 5/5 stars by Campus Pride Index. Located in Richardson, part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the University benefits from the cultural and business opportunities offered in one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States.
UT Dallas is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.