UCSB Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is seeking experienced psychologists to work with our student population.
Psychologists are expected to provide individual therapy and assess the appropriateness of a short-term therapeutic modality for students with serious psychological concerns. Clinical service expectations include the ability to provide culturally appropriate interventions for the assessment and provision of crisis intervention services, coordination of care with Student Health and provision of appropriate referrals. Psychologists must be able to develop and deliver psycho-educational programs to meet the special needs of underserved populations, particularly the African American student population. Psychologists are expected to participate in campus organizations which have a demonstrated commitment to diversity and cultural issues and be able to approach clinical service provision from the perspective of Black Psychology and culture. Must be able to train and supervise staff, interns, practicum students, or peers as appropriate. Occasional evening and weekends will be required.
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The University of California,
Santa Barbara became a member of the prestigious University of California
system in 1944 and in little more than half of a century has become an
internationally renowned center for teaching and research. The University of
California multi-campus system encompasses 10 campus locations throughout
California, five medical centers, three Department of Energy national
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graduate programs through three colleges, two professional schools and the
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character, its stunning ocean side setting at the foot of the Santa Ynez
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northwest of Los Angeles yet removed from urban pressures - together create a
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The mission of
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is to assist Student Affairs and
the University in helping the student body achieve academically, socially, and
personally through culturally responsive mental health services. CAPS is
committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and affirming environment to ensure
that all students remain psychologically healthy in pursuit of their goals. We
value Inclusion, Collaboration, Compassion, and Impact.
Our objective is to help in the creation and maintenance of a healthy
campus environment. We educate, support, advocate and help foster a culture of
acceptance and appreciation of human differences. To learn more about CAPS,
please visit caps.sa.ucsb.edu.