Counseling Center (UCC) at The University of Utah enthusiastically welcomes
applications for a Mental Health
Specialist (Diverse Populations) to become an integral member of our
dynamic multidisciplinary team. As part of the Equity, Diversity, &
Inclusion (EDI) Embedded Therapist team, this position has a special focus on
working with marginalized student populations including Black, Indigenous, and
People of Color. Responsibilities include intake assessments; individual, group,
and couples/relationship counseling using a brief therapy model; crisis
intervention services; prevention; outreach, and consultation with campus
partners; and coordinating services specifically designed for marginalized
student populations. Opportunities for supervision and training of agency
trainees are also possible.
ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
The UCC is accredited by the
International Accreditation of Counseling Services (IACS). Our staff is composed of professionals from
psychology, social work, clinical mental health, and psychiatric nursing
backgrounds. We have a several nationally
recognized training programs, including a doctoral psychology internship
accredited by the American Psychological Association, a master’s internship in
Social Work, and practica in Counseling
Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and Social Work. For more information about the UCC, please visit www.counselingcenter.utah.edu.
University of Utah is located on the east bench of Salt Lake City, UT. It is the state’s oldest and largest
institution of higher education and is a major research university. The University offers over 100 undergraduate
and more than 90 graduate degrees, including medicine and law, to over 32,000
students. Salt Lake City and the
surrounding area have an abundance of cultural and recreational opportunities,
including seven ski resorts within 45 minutes.
For more information about the University of Utah or Salt Lake City,
visit www.experience.utah.edu or www.visitsaltlake.com.