Columbia University,

Columbia Health - Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS)
Last Posted:

Tue, Jan 5th, '21


Open until filled

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Last Updated:

Tue, Jan 5th, '21

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  • Full Time

Columbia Health is among the nation's largest and most comprehensive student health programs.  Our Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS), staffed by over 50 Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Social Workers, and Postdoctoral Fellows, is seeking two licensed psychologists to provide direct clinical services, including crisis intervention, diagnostic assessment, group therapy, psychoeducational programs, outreach, and brief psychotherapy to a diverse student population in the stimulating and dynamic academic environment of a leading research university located in the heart of New York City.  Positions offer significant professional development opportunities, including in-service programs, support for conference attendance, and the opportunity to work with senior staff skilled in a broad range of treatment modalities.


Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer - Race/Gender/Disability/Veterans. It is committed to a workforce of faculty and staff that reflects the diversity and talent of New York City, the larger metropolitan area, and the nation.   



Ph.D. or Psy.D. in clinical psychology or Ph. D in counseling psychology. New York State license or eligible. Minimum 5 years related experience with a least 3 years’ acceptable clinical experience or completion of a fellowship in college mental health.  Strong clinical, diagnostic, interpersonal, communication and collaborative skills.  Multicultural competence. Demonstrated experience in the assessment and management of suicidality and crisis intervention. Some evening and on-call hours required. 

Qualified applicants should apply online on line at:



Background in college counseling or in treating late adolescents and emerging adults, as well as demonstrable experience and expertise in one or more of the following areas of clinical interest:

Acculturation challenges among international students (proficiency in Mandarin, Korean, Hindi and/or other languages is a plus)

LGBTQ populations

Trauma support

Eating disorders

Alcohol and substance abuse

Challenges confronting low income students and students who are the first in their family to attend college