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ASU Counseling Services
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Thu, Jan 19th, '23


January 31, 2023 (87497BR Psychologist)

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Thu, Jan 19th, '23

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  • Full Time

Under administrative direction, provides psychological services to students with educational and emotional
problems; supervision and training to graduate students; and outreach and consultation to the university community.

  • Provides individual and group counseling services in a time-limited service delivery model.
  • Provides emergency/after hours and on-call services as assigned.
  • Provides outreach programming to the campus community.
  • Serves as a liaison to university departments.
  • Provides consultation services to faculty, staff, and university departments.
  • Trains and supervises pre-doctoral interns, practicum students and/or paraprofessional trainees.
  • Participates in agency program evaluation and research.
  • Performs additional professional service based on individual skill and interests consistent with agency
  • need.
  • Engages in professional development activities to maintain licensure/certification.

ASU Counseling Services has a strong commitment to meeting the needs of diverse people and creating an environment where all persons feel welcome. The staff of psychologists, social workers, and counselors work with students from a wide range of theoretical orientations. As the primary mental health care provider for ASU, we are committed to supporting our students’ academic goals by providing access and service for all of ASU's students. ASU CS staff are committed to balancing the challenging demands of clinical service provision with a dedication to creating a collaborative environment that provides attention to our own personal wellness and professional development.
ASU offers a tuition discount for the employee, their spouse and dependents, and a competitive benefits package including paid vacation and holidays, health insurance and more. For more benefits information, please visit

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Earned doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology from a doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association AND one (1) year experience providing psychological counseling and therapy to college students or late adolescents Completion of an internship accredited by the American Psychological Association.  Licensed psychologist in the state of Arizona or obtainment of licensure as a psychologist in the state of Arizona within one (1) year of employment.


  • Experience with crisis assessment and intervention
  • Training and demonstrated skill in brief therapy interventions
  • Proficiency in Spanish, Arabic, Farsi, Mandarin, Hindi or other non-English language
  • Experience working with Native American/American Indian/First Nation Students
  • Experience working with Veteran populations
  • Evidence of training in trauma-informed clinical practices
  • Training, experience, and demonstrated skill in delivering clinical supervision


Range $70,000 - $74,000 per year; DOE