The Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services in Student Life at West Virginia University is seeking applications for a Psychology Intern. This position is responsible for providing individual, group, and couples counseling.
In order to be successful in this position, the ideal candidate will:
Provide individual/group/couples counseling.
Conduct Learning Disability/ADHD assessments and complete reports in a timely manner.
Conduct crisis interventions, intake assessments and consultations as assigned.
Provide consultation and outreach to university community as assigned.
Provide supervision to trainees as assigned.
Participate in various weekly training seminars, supervision and other training programs as assigned.
Complete 2000 hours of internship experience with 25% direct services to WVU students within 12 months.
Follow the guidelines provided in the Intern Handbook and the Carruth Center Policies and Procedures manual.
Adhere to APA ethics code and HIPAA guideline.
Completion of all doctoral course work and comprehensive exam before the hire, preferably from an APA accredited Clinical or Counseling Psychology program or its equivalent.
Two (2) years experience conducting clinical intakes, providing psychotherapy, diagnostic assessments and psychoeducational outreach.
One (1) year experience working with adult and college age populations.
Completion of minimum of 400 hours of adult clinical practica.
Must be in good standing in their Home Department. Director of Clinical Training must indicate in writing the readiness of the candidate to begin internship.
Knowledge of conducting Learning Disability/ADHD assessments.
Knowledge of APA ethics code and guidelines and HIPAA policies.
Ability to learn to interpret disability related diagnostic testing.
Basic computer skills (Word, PowerPoint).
Ability to use electronic documentation.
Good written and oral communication skills.
Availability of flexible schedule to accommodate counseling center's hours.
West Virginia University