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Position Title Clinical Psychologist Does this position require driving? No Contact Contact Phone Ext Contact Email Job Summary/Basic Function
A Clinical Psychologist is directly responsible to and assists the Executive Director of Student Counseling Services in whatever areas deemed necessary. The Clinical Psychologist will oversee crisis related cases including, but not limited to, leading daily disposition meetings and providing direction to the weekly on-call counselor, as needed.
The Clinical Psychologist must have an understanding of the mental health issues within a diverse student body and the complexities of leading counseling services in a higher education setting. This position requires the individual to be able to promote the social, emotional, spiritual, and cognitive growth of the student body. Moreover, the Clinical Psychologist will administer psychological testing, as needed, and maintain a caseload of students with high acuity.
Doctoral degree (Ph.D./Ed.D.) or professional degree (Psy.D.) in clinical psychology or counseling psychology is required. Must hold licensure in the commonwealth of Virginia as an LCP.
Must have at least three to five years of experience in a counseling setting. The Clinical Psychologist will have experience in crisis counseling and knowledge of the DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders).
Strong working knowledge of student issues and educational trends, as they relate to higher education. Three to five years of experience in a university setting is preferred.
Experience working with substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders is preferred. Knowledge of counseling theory/practice and ethical/legal issues uniquely affecting college campuses and community resources is preferred.