Under the supervision of a Mental Health Leadership Team Member, the Mental Health Provider will provide mental health services in an integrated healthcare agency serving UW-Madison students across identities and programs. To this end, the Mental Health Provider performs the following:
1)Provides individual and group therapy services;
2)Participates in the provision of clinical crisis services and on-call mental health services (during business hours);
3)Provides campus-based services/outreach including programming and consultation;
4)Responds to campus crises;
5)Demonstrates a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and to serving under-represented/underserved populations.
Additional options for Direct Clinical Services may include:
1)Provides behavioral health interventions within Medical Services;
2)Provides couple/partner therapy services;
3)Provides supervision of assigned trainees including goal setting, evaluations, and disciplinary action in accordance with training policy and procedures; and
4)Administers and interprets limited assessment measures.
5)Develops teaching relationships with academic departments; and
6)Administers and interprets limited assessment measures.
1)Maintains accurate and timely documentation for all clinical interactions and consultations;
2)Involved in the development and implementation of programs and services at MHS ;
3)Collaborates with providers and staff in UHS units and with campus partners;
4)Follows agency policies and procedures consistent with state mental health statutes, ethical guidelines, best practices, HIPAA, and FERPA;
5)Attends staff, and workgroup meetings as assigned;
6)Attends Mental Health sponsored professional development activities;
7)Serves on internal and external committees;
8)Other duties as assigned
Provides professional mental health counseling and consultation services for the campus community, incorporates a brief therapeutic model to address the emotional and behavioral needs of students, creates developmental programming to increase healthy lifestyle and coping behaviors across campus, and provides strategic direction and advocacy for university mental health policy and initiatives.
- 65% Provides individual and group counseling to students struggling with developmental and/or personal mental health issues and refers students to appropriate community resources
- 10% Provides counseling and/or information and referral services to faculty and staff
- 10% Facilitates psycho-educational and process-oriented groups
- 10% Prepares presentations and outreach activities and facilitates student adjustment and success programs to promote a healthy campus
- 5% Serves on multidisciplinary campus committees
ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - MADISON UHS
Health Services at University Health Services: MHS is located at 333 East Campus
Mall on the seventh floor of the recently-constructed student services tower in
the University Square Complex. We are part of an integrated University Health
Services which provides medical and prevention services to UW-Madison students.
This multi-use building is also the home for the Bursar’s Office, Financial
Aid, the Registrar, the Student Activities Center, and retail stores on the
first floor. MHS has inviting provider offices, as well as several large group
rooms available for group therapy sessions, case conferences, consultation,
staff meetings, and other professional activities. In recent years UHS has been
recognized by the Princeton Review as the best college health service in the country.
University of Wisconsin-Madison is partially located on an isthmus between Lake
Mendota and Lake Monona and occupies ancestral Ho-Chunk land, a place the
Ho-Chunk nation has called Teejop (“day-JOPE”) since time immemorial. Founded
in 1848, UW–Madison is a land-grant institution and the flagship campus of the
University of Wisconsin System. UW–Madison has over 40,000 students and is
organized into 20 schools. Our comprehensive academic programs offer 136
undergraduate majors, along with 148 master's degrees programs and 120 doctoral
programs. The University of Wisconsin Badgers competes in 25 intercollegiate
sports in the Big Ten Conference and has won 28 national championships. Go
Madison: Madison is the vibrant state capital of
Wisconsin and home to the University of Wisconsin-Madison. With a population of
260,000 (650,000 in the metro area), Madison is located in south-central
Wisconsin, 80 miles west of Milwaukee, 270 miles from Minneapolis/St. Paul, and
150 miles northwest of Chicago. With its strong economy, unique natural beauty,
exciting nightlife and restaurants, and dynamic recreational offerings, Madison
consistently ranks as one of the best places in the country to live, work, get
an education, play, and raise a family. Wisconsin's beautiful capital city
offers both small town charm and a range of leisure and cultural opportunities
usually found in much larger communities.