Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
The MIT Medical Student Mental Health and Counseling service seeks a trauma specialist to respond to a growing campus need for additional expertise in responding to race-based trauma in addition to other forms of trauma such as sexual assault, intimate partner violence(IPV), stalking, childhood sexual abuse, and/or sexual harassment.
Will provide individual and group counseling, diagnostic assessment, on-call crisis intervention and management, brief psychotherapy, risk assessments/mandated risk assessments, and long-term community counseling referrals; develop and deliver psycho-educational programs addressing the psychological impact of IPV and sexual violence; and partner with offices across campus charged with coordinating sexual violence education/prevention/response.
- Doctorate (Ph.D., Psy.D.) in clinical/counseling psychology (LICSW considered)
- Massachusetts licensure
- Five years of counseling experience in a college counseling center or multidisciplinary outpatient mental health center
- Experience working with students who are coping with traumatic stressors related to racism and/or oppression and bias stemming from other forms of intersecting identities
- Experience with multicultural counseling
- Demonstrated competence working with diverse campus populations
- Strong crisis assessment and crisis management skills
- Ability to work on multidisciplinary teams and collaborate with others
- Demonstrated commitment to the highest ethical standards of professional practice
- Sound judgment and discretion
- Familiarity with area literature along with demonstrated knowledge of theories regarding racial identity development, multiculturalism, healing from racial trauma, and how such theories may be utilized in a campus setting
Interested candidates may apply online at https://link.zixcentral.com/u/49ceec27/9LcYzYVt7BGHlgofh3soMg?u=https%3A%2F%2Fhr.mit.edu%2Fcareers. Please reference job number 19696.
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