Staff Psychologist (58 views)

Forest Grove
May 27, 2019
  • The Staff Psychologist is a full time professional position reporting to the Director of the Student Counseling Center. The Student Counseling Center seeks an innovative team member who is committed to effectively working with students from a broad range of backgrounds and a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion when providing counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, supervision and training, and outreach activities to the campus community.
  • Offer direct multiculturally-oriented psychotherapy services to undergraduate and graduate/professional students including initial and crisis 30-minute triage consultations, individual therapy, group therapy, and making effective referrals to community mental health providers.  
  • Participate in individual and group clinical supervision and training of advanced doctoral level practicum trainees.
  • Develop collaborative relationships and programming with various campus organizations (e.g. Student Multicultural Center, Center for Gender Equity, Student Health Center, Intercollegiate Athletics, Residence Life, Graduate Student Support, Learning Support Services, International Programs, Hawaii Outreach and Programming, Hispanic Heritage Student Association, Black Student Union, etc.).
  • Development and implementation of outreach programs and workshops designed to increase retention and graduation rates with our historically underrepresented students.
  • Maintenance of appropriate clinical documentation, case management, and scheduling using Titanium Schedule, our electronic medical record system.
  • Participate and effectively collaborate with senior staff in regular clinical consultation, administrative, professional development and program development meetings.
  • Participate and serve as a mental health consultant/liaison in division or university-wide committees, meetings, and events.
  • Offer consultation to faculty, staff, and family members regarding students in distress.
  • Work with senior staff in the development/review of agency policy and procedures, and protocols for client and emergency management with an equity lens.
  • Must be able to provide routine early evening and occasional weekend services.  Schedule established collaboratively, but primary consideration is clinic service delivery and adequate coverage, which requires flexibility and episodic changes to schedule. 
  • Demonstrable experience in and commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity, equity, inclusion. Commitment to ongoing development of multicultural/intercultural awareness, sensitivity, and humility.
  • Ability to provide brief individual counseling to students presenting with a wide-range of presenting concerns.
  • Evidence of skill in offering clinical supervision to graduate level students.
  • Evidence of skill in effectively assessing, intervening, and providing appropriate follow-up care for students facing mental health emergencies.
  • Evidence of skill in offering consultation to faculty, staff, parents and students.
  • Ability to assist in needs assessment and outcome evaluations.
  • Preferred ability to provide bilingual clinical and outreach services to the campus community.

Required Education and/or Experience:

  • Licensed as a psychologist in the state of Oregon or in state of residence with the ability to promptly be licensed in Oregon.
  • Doctorate in Counseling Psychology or Clinical Psychology
  • Cultural competency knowledge and demonstrated experience
  • Experience in a university/college counseling center