The Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services, a unit within the Division of Student Life at West Virginia University, is seeking applications for a Psychologist. The primary responsibility of the Psychologist is to provide brief counseling, psychotherapy and wellness programming to West Virginia University Athletics students. The incumbent will report directly to the Director of the Carruth Center and will have an indirect report to the Executive Senior Associate Athletic Director.
In order to be successful in this position, the ideal candidate will:
Provide consultation and outreach to student clients and their families, WVU faculty/staff, and the University community.
Provide counseling and psychotherapy to individuals, groups and couples with diverse concerns.
Conduct intake evaluations, assessments, triages, consultation and crisis intervention services.
Participate in staffing the Carruth Center's after-hours crisis phone.
Complete required documentation on an electronic health record system, as well as quality assurance activities.
Provide clinical supervision to trainees and facilitate seminars on a variety of topics.
Facilitate WVU Athletics student access and transition to appropriate mental health providers for ongoing pharmacologic and behavioral therapies as appropriate.
Work collaboratively with University officials to establish suicide prevention and risk reduction strategies.
Provide strategic consultation to WVU Athletics leadership and other campus collaborators to develop and support various WVU Athletics-wide initiatives promoting student health, resilience and wellness.
Work Hours: Varies
Completed doctoral degree in counseling or clinical psychology (e.g., Ph.D., Ed.D., or Psy.D.) from an APA-accredited program
A minimum of 800 hours in supervised practica in providing psychological services, including:
Adult outpatient individual counseling/therapy
At least one (1) year of a full-time Predoctoral Internship in an APA-accredited Professional Psychology program that includes a primary rotation in adult outpatient counseling/therapy and counseling
Ability to use Microsoft Office suite
Valid driver's license
Licensed Psychologist within the State of West Virginia, or license-eligible within eighteen months
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