1. Holds a completed Master’s degree in counseling, social work, or related field or a doctoral level degree (Ph.D., Psy.D., or Ed.D.) in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA accredited program.
2. For doctoral candidates, must have completed a pre-doctoral internship at an APA accredited site.
3. Licensed Clinical Psychologist, LCPC or LCSW or license-eligible: a) currently licensed in another State; b) or post-doctoral hours have been completed to sit for licensure exam; c) and/or successfully passed the required examination.
4. Demonstrates outstanding clinical skills and a well-integrated understanding of short-term therapy, crisis intervention, community consultation, and outreach/developmental programming.
5. Have experience in training and supervision. For doctoral candidates, experience with supervision of doctoral level psychology graduate students in an APA accredited site.
6. Have experience with and commitment to working with diverse clients, including individuals from ethnically/racially diverse backgrounds, individuals representing varying sexual orientations, international students, and working cross-culturally.
7. Demonstrates understanding and experience with college student developmental theory from undergraduate through graduate/professional levels.
8. Knowledge of computer word processing skills and comfort with information technology in general.