The Urgent Care Clinician provides culturally-competent, urgent clinical services to university students, as well as crisis management (mostly students presenting with suicidal ideation or other acute situations) and post-vention. The primary responsibilities include managing walk-in urgent and crisis issues with students, communicating about cases with campus and community partners, and providing same-day services as needed. The Urgent Care Clinician will also collaborate with clinical and support staff, and be a leader on staff in crisis management and hospitalization procedure.
This is a 10 month, full-time position.
Required: Advanced degree in psychology (PhD, PsyD), counseling MA/MS), or social work (MSW)
Licensed, or license eligible Psychologist, Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), or licensed mental health counselor (LMHC).
Genuine interest in providing urgent and crisis care
Providing culturally competent care to a global student community
Experience in hospital, college counseling center, or community counseling clinics
Managing fast-paced environment
Exceptional crisis intervention skills
Excellent communication skills with community and campus partners
Criminal and Educational
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Urgent Care Clinician
Counseling and Psychological Services
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