William & Mary Counseling Center invites applicants for a full-time
Staff Psychologist position (12 month continuing appointment). This
professional will serve as part of a multidisciplinary team in providing
outpatient mental health treatment to enrolled students, in addition to
consultation/prevention/outreach programming on campus. The Staff
Psychologist will also be involved in training and supervision of
Advanced Practicum Students and Psychology Interns.
· Conducting triage and initial assessments leading to appropriate case conceptualization and disposition.
culturally sensitive, short-term individual clinical services to
students with diverse identities and a broad spectrum of emotional,
psychological, social, and academic concerns.
group therapy services in the form of general process groups and/or
population-specific or diagnosis-based group services.
· Providing crisis intervention, emergency, and on-call services.
in the Center’s Advanced Practicum Training and in the APA accredited
internship by facilitating seminars and serving as supervisor of
Practicum Students and/or Psychology Interns.
· Providing mental health preventive outreach programming to educate students and the university community.
collaborative care with a multidisciplinary team of mental health
providers as well as with professionals within the Health & Wellness
thematic area and in the Division of Student Affairs.
· Providing consultation to university faculty and staff, students, and parents/families.
· Serving as a solid team member to contribute and promote the Center’s mission and its collaborative work culture.
· Potential coordinator role based on interests, areas of expertise, and Center’s needs.
ABOUT THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY
William & Mary Counseling Center is the sole mental health unit on
campus with the primary responsibility of providing a range of mental
health services to students, and related support to the campus
community. Our role is congruent with the mission of William & Mary,
and the Division of Student Affairs, which is to prepare students to
learn, lead and live with integrity and purpose. In so doing, the
Counseling Center seeks to provide services that allow students to
achieve their personal and educational goals. These services include the
provision of mental health practices intended to reduce psychological
distress, treat clinical conditions, and enhance well-being and personal
growth. Our interdisciplinary team facilitates primary education and
prevention activities, provides support to students experiencing normal
developmental issues associated with the transition from adolescence to
early adulthood, provides support for emerging, acute, and chronic
clinical concerns and responds to individual student and campus-wide
immediate crises. Based on clinical assessment of an individual
student’s needs, we make evidence-based recommendations drawing from the
resources available on campus, in the local area, and in the student’s
home community when necessary. The Counseling Center actively
demonstrates commitment to diversity in its broadest form and serves as
an advocate for social justice in the university community and beyond.
Through our multi-level training program, we dedicate ourselves to
instilling these practices and values in future professionals.