Mental Health Clinician

Indiana University School of Medicine,

Mental Health Services
Last Posted:

Tue, Sep 8th, '20


12/6/2020 - will revisit at a later time if extension is needed

Start Date:


Last Updated:

Tue, Nov 10th, '20



Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology, or a related field and three years of experience including supervised clinical work, providing psychotherapy, assessing risk and creating treatment plans, working as part of a multi-disciplinary team, working with individuals from diverse backgrounds, crisis management, and addictions evaluations and treatment.

Current licensure or license eligibility in the State of Indiana as an HSPP, LCSW, or LMHC.

Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.

Knowledge of mental health assessment and treatment. Knowledge of factors related to risk assessment and crisis management. Knowledge of ethical and legal parameters of privacy and confidentiality. Sensitivity to issues of gender, culture, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disabilities, socio-economic status. Delivery of culturally-competent mental health care. Provision of counseling students and/or residents with diverse backgrounds. Provision of insight-oriented therapy. Complex clinical decision-making. Skilled in program development, program assessment and execution, provision of supervision, and organization. Strong communication skills. Familiarity with psychoeducational and outreach programming. Skilled in problem-solving, critical Thinking, and collaborative work. Ability to use an Electronic Medical Record. Ability to utilize computer-based word processing, spreadsheet, electronic communication, database, and scheduling software. Ability to use standard office equipment such as copy machine, fax, and multi-line phone systems. Strong work ethic. Ability to work flexibly as part of a team.


Knowledge of and experience within mental health systems in the State of Indiana. Experience with the young adult population.