Licensed mental health professional provides direct and case management services to FIU victims of violence and counseling services to University students. In addition, participates in rotation of after-hours crisis hotline and responds to crisis intervention services as needed including evenings and weekends. Accompanies students to court or other formal proceedings, Rape Treatment Center, and other related appointments if desired by student. Participates in University outreach and prevention programming and maintains relevant community linkages.
- Provides confidential direct services related to victimization (especially sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, hazing and hate crimes), including crisis intervention, case management, counseling, accessing university and community resources.
- Provides direct psychological services to University students including individual, couples, and group counseling; conducts clinical assessments and formulates diagnoses and treatment plans.
- Provides walk-in emergency assessments, crisis intervention, and intakes for students. Provides consultations to family members and campus community constituents.
- Completes intake summaries, psychological assessments, emergency evaluations, progress notes, and termination summaries according to the established policies and procedures.
- Participates in rotation crisis hotline after-hours and provides crisis intervention to the FIU community including daytime and evening/weekend as needed.
- Provides counseling and social services to individuals, groups, and couples. Focus on clinical services encompassing a wide range of personal concerns related to students' goals, needs, values, attitudes, interpersonal conflicts, educational or career choices within a multicultural/diverse university environment. Focus on social services is to help student meet needs to support students' academic success.
- Accompanies students, if requested, to hearings and appointments related to victimization, including Rape Treatment Center, Domestic Violence Court, Student Conduct proceedings and other relevant meetings that help support student's recovery and academic success.
- Provides case management coordination and support in collaboration with counseling and psychological services staff psychologists, counselors, and Student Health Services, Residential Life, and colleges and other campus units and community providers.
- Participates in CAPS committees, especially those concerning students' well-being and the Division of Student Affairs.
- Performs other related duties as assigned or as directed. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to the position.