in social work, counseling, clinical/counseling psychology, or a related field.
a Master’s or Doctoral level degree from an accredited program in Counseling,
Social Work, or Clinical/Counseling Psychology.
of BH assessment and counseling for traditional and nontraditionally aged
university students and/or transitional aged youth.
WV Provisional License and/or License (LPC, LICSW, Psychologist) within 18
Preferred: WV Provisional License and/or License (LPC, LICSW,
Psychologist) within 12 months
Skills, & Abilities
conduct, document, and evaluate multiculturally-sensitive, BH assessments, risk
assessments, individual and group counseling, case management, crisis
intervention, and consultation/outreach with the HSC student population.
Demonstrated clinical competence and skills working with
substance use and other co-occurring disorders.
interpersonal skills and ability to develop and sustain partnerships with HSC
and CCPPS faculty and staff.
to effectively utilize an electronic health record system.
in conducting and documenting risk assessments for suicide and violence.