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Lee University Counseling Center Primary responsibility for this position is provision of individual, couples, and group psychotherapy; with other responsibilities including trainee supervision, documentation, intake assessment, daytime crisis intervention, campus outreach, and possible additional opportunities. This is an 11-month exempt staff position, with access to year around benefits (i.e. Medical insurance). Housed within the Student Development sector, Lee University Counseling Center (LUCC) is a close-knit family of personnel including one psychologist (director), four LPCs, one MFT, one administrative assistant, contracted part-time psychiatric providers, and multiple part-time graduate trainees (typically four to six, mostly MA-level). Lee University is a four-year private liberal arts university in Cleveland, TN. Total enrollment is approximately 5,000 at this faith-based institution of primarily undergraduate students with 7 areas of graduate study (including 3 MA-level counseling programs and a Ph.D. program in MFT). Cleveland, TN, is a city of approximately 44,000 residents with below-average cost of living, located less than 30 minutes northeast of Chattanooga in Southeast TN. Please see the link above for the full description, including how to apply.
Lee University Counseling Center Position: Staff Psychologist
Description: Primary responsibility for this position is provision of individual, couples, and group psychotherapy; with other responsibilities including documentation, intake assessment, daytime crisis intervention, campus outreach, trainee supervision, and possible additional opportunities (e.g., assessment, teaching, committee participation, etc.). This is a 12-month exempt employee position, though annual office closure in July creates the experience of an 11-month position with 12-month benefits.
Minimum Qualifications: • Doctorate degree (Clinical or Counseling Psychology) • Eligible for Psychologist licensure in Tennessee (with Health Service Provider designation); licensure required within 1.5 years of date of hire • At least one year of experience with university populations (pre-doctoral supervised experience is acceptable), including clinical and campus (outreach) programming experience • Strong general therapy skills for a wide range of clinical presentations, with competence in utilizing or integrating a variety of treatment modalities • Advanced levels of cultural and diversity competence, including but not limited to conceptualization and treatment of diverse students within the context of faith-based campus culture • Professionalism in legal and ethical decision-making and behavior, self-management in documentation and policy compliance, and demonstration of capacity and fit for effective contribution to institutional and departmental mission
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Faculty/Clinic Coordinator (Little Rock, AR), Department of Graduate Counseling, JBU
John Brown University The Clinic Coordinator - LR is a split faculty/clinical administrative position whose primary function is providing strategic management and oversight of the JBU Community Counseling Clinic (CCC) - LR while teaching courses within the Department of Graduate Counseling (DGC). This position reports directly to the Graduate Counseling Department Chair and works alongside the Executive Clinical Director and Field Placement Director in clinical administrative responsibilities. The primary office for this position is at the JBU Counselor Education Center in Little Rock (AR) with travel sometimes required between Little Rock and the JBU main campus in Siloam Springs (AR). This position must be flexible and available to work weekday evenings and the occasional weekend.
Licensed Professional (LCP, LPC, LCSW, LMFT) Private Practice -VA Beach
Quest Psychological and Counseling Services Quest Psychological and Counseling Services is excited to announce that we are hiring clinicians! We are currently looking for licensed masters-level counselors and licensed psychologists to join our team! Postdocs with interest and experience in psychological testing may also apply. Quest is a small practice in the Hilltop area of Virginia Beach and currently serves the community through psychological evaluations and therapy services to children, adolescents, and adults. We have a fun and organized team-based environment with a focus on ethical and quality care. We also offer health insurance for full-time clinicians. For more information, visit the website at www.questpsych.org, or view our ad on Indeed: https://www.indeed.com/job/licensed-clinical-psychologist-or-professional-counselor-private-practice-0d19e159ffc6bccb. Candidates who are interested may send their CV to email@example.com or apply directly through the Indeed site. Thanks so much!
Child and Family Therapist
Cornerstone Family Interventions, Inc. The Child and Family Therapist provides therapy for non-offending caregivers and/or child victims of abuse in Boone and Lincoln Counties.
Compensation and Benefits… Compensation: $45,000-48,000
Benefits will include paid holidays, paid time off, a portion of the employee’s health insurance premium, and a retirement option. Compensation will be based on candidate qualifications, prior experience, and availability of funding. The therapist will also: 1. Actively participate in multidisciplinary reviews and treatment team meetings as necessary 2. Providing court testimony in criminal and child and neglect proceedings as necessary 3. Attend trainings that are relevant to the position and will improve the therapist’s skills 4. Track outcomes and contribute to data collection and grant reporting 5. Participate in peer review, community education, and outreach activities 6. Supervise volunteers and interns 7. Stay abreast of current research and best practices in trauma informed mental health 8. Contribute to a dynamic and collaborative work environment 9. Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director
Qualifications: Master’s degree in behavioral health required (psychology, counseling, or social work) Two years of experience working with abused children and /or families impacted by violence preferred Strong interpersonal and engagement skills, listening, communication, and crisis management skills required Ability to work with a multidisciplinary team with a willingness to appreciate different points of view a problem solve in a constructive manner Strong written and verbal communication skills needed Strong computer skills Dependable transportation with car insurance Certificates, License, Registration… This position requires a licensed (or license-eligible) degree (Temporary Social Work Permit, LGSW, LCSW, LICSW, Provisionally Licensed Counselor, LPC, or Licensed Psychologist)
Sioux Falls Psychological Services Sioux Falls Psychological Services is looking for psychologists interested in developing their own practice within our organization. Opportunities include psychotherapy, psychological assessment, development of preferred niche in area(s) of particular interest and expertise, and supervision of pre-licensure therapists.
SFPS is committed to the integration of psychology and theology, and looks at all therapy as provided under the umbrella value of a relational approach where the relationship is our primary tool to help clients experience transformation. This is the perspective across all modalities. If that fits with your foundational values, then I encourage you to connect with me.
Child and Adolescent Therapist
Sioux Falls Psychological Services Sioux Falls Psychological Services is looking for masters and doctoral level Child and Adolescent Therapists interested in developing their own practice within our organization. SFPS has an in house Child & Adolescent Therapy Clinic. Opportunities include psychotherapy with young children ages 2-12, with adolescents, and with caregivers. You will also have ample lattitude to develop your preferred niche in area(s) of particular interest and expertise. You may also be interested in providing services to university students working through late adolescent developmental stages. SFPS serves a local university, providing about 2000 sessions to university students annually.
SFPS is committed to the integration of psychology and theology, and looks at all therapy as provided under the umbrella value of a relational approach where the relationship is our primary tool to help clients experience transformation. This is the case in the context of all modalities. If that fits your foundational values, then I encourage you to connect with me.
Clinical Psychologist, Outpatient Clinic
Laureate Psychiatric Clinic Full time staff psychologist at Laureate Psychiatric Clinic, a large interdisciplinary clinic located in Tulsa, Oklahoma affiliated with the Saint Francis Health System. Job Summary: Provides high quality, cost effective behavioral healthcare through initial assessment, diagnosis, and implementation of treatment in direct patient care. Provides clinical leadership to the organization by leading program development research, and skills training initiatives. Mission statement: To extend the presence and healing ministry of Christ in all we do.
Licensed Therapist, LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LADC
Laureate Psychiatric Clinic Full time master's level therapist positions for adult and adolescent treatment and chemical dependency intensive outpatient program. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package. Laureate is a large interdisciplinary clinic affiliated the the Saint Francis Health System which includes inpatient hospital, intensive outpatient, and outpatient care.
Licensed Counselor/Social Worker and Behavior Specialist
Applied Counseling and Consulting Services Individual and Family Counseling primarily to adults and families affected by autism BSS Job Description: Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA) • Develop behavioral support plans (BSP) that are individualized and comprehensive, which utilize positive strategies to support the (Individual) Stakeholder. • Complete Direct care visits and telephone consultations • Conduct Direct Care Visits in-home/community and telephone consultations • Monitoring and analyzing data and making changes when necessary based on data collection. • Collaboration with the treatment team and individuals through participation ISP meetings • Lead team members associated with ACCS Applied Counseling and Consulting Services in case management. • Provide crisis intervention support
Tenure Track Position in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Residential)
Grand Rapids Theological Seminary Cornerstone University, an Evangelical Christian institution with over 2,800 undergraduate and graduate students, is seeking nominations and applications for a new counseling faculty position for a growing program at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. The position is classified as a full-time tenure-track faculty position with faculty rank and base salary dependent upon educational and professional qualifications and experience. In partnership with other faculty colleagues, the position supports the Master of Arts in Counseling degree program which enrolls over 150 graduate students on an annual basis both residentially and online. See full job description at link below.
Core Counseling Faculty
Liberty University Full time position teaching online
Online Adjunct Professor of Psychology
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Online Adjunct Professor of Counseling
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Assistant/Associate Professor in Counselor Education
Regent University The Counseling Department in Regent University's School of Psychology and Counseling is accepting applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position (at the assistant or associate professor rank) beginning in August 2021. Applicants must have an earned doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision from a CACREP-accredited program (or ABD with anticipated completion of degree within first academic year), a clear counselor professional identity, and licensure as a school counselor and/or LPC/LMFT. The ideal candidates will be able to teach across the counselor education curriculum although their primary responsibility will reside in the masters’ programs; preference given to experience teaching advanced statistics and research for associate rank.