Staff Therapist (Multiple Positions)

Purdue University,

Counseling & Psychological Services
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Last Posted:

Mon, Jul 17th, '23


Open until positions are filled

Start Date:

8/1/2023 or negotiable

Last Updated:

Mon, Jul 17th, '23

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  • Full Time

About Our Opportunity:

This role will need to bring progressive and robust generalist clinical skills/experience. They will participate in providing therapy services via a variety of modalities to Purdue students. Staff contributes to clinical service delivery through the provision of individual, couples, and group therapy; on-call services; triage; and substance use, abuse, and dependence services. Staff also provide outreach and consultation. This role also provides supervision to therapists in training, as needed.

What Sets Us Apart: 

  • Our benefits start your first day of employment
  • Professional development funds.
  • Recent market adjustments for competitive pay.
  • No after hours on call and standard business hours with flex options.
  • Career Development: We have career paths and many opportunities for you to develop to your next Giant Leap. 
  • We serve a large international and diverse campus and student body.
  • This role will offer you the opportunity to join a team to assist in aligning CAPS with our Steps to Leaps initiatives.


Purdue University is a coeducational, state-assisted system in Indiana. Founded in 1869 and named after benefactor John Purdue, we are one of the nation’s leading research institutions with a reputation for excellent and affordable education.

We are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

Our West Lafayette campus offers more than 200 majors for undergraduates, over 70 master’s and doctoral programs, and professional degrees in pharmacy and veterinary medicine. In addition, we have 18 intercollegiate sports teams and more than 850 student organizations.

Region Description:

Purdue University is located in Northwest Indiana, about mid-way between Indianapolis and Chicago. By car one can get to Indianapolis in one hour, Chicago in two hours, and either Cincinnati or Louisville in 3 hours.


What We're Looking For:


  • Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology and or a Masters in an related field. 
  • Current Indiana license, or license eligible as follows: (1) Ph.D. or Psy.D. candidates without current Indiana license must demonstrate current eligibility to meet state HSPP licensure requirements within 18 months of hire; or (2) Master’s candidates without current Indiana license must demonstrate current eligibility to meet state LCSW, LMHC, LMFT or comparable license within 30-months of hire.
  • Candidates receiving doctoral training with ABD status will be considered. Candidate must complete doctoral degree within 1 year of start date and obtain license following timeline stated above. Supervision will be provided for doctoral candidates considered. 
  • One year of general therapy experience.
  • Provision of group and individual therapy and clinical supervision.  Ability to develop and teach seminars related to the provision of these skills.  
  • Must be licensed (eligible) in the State of Indiana. Supervision will be provided for doctoral candidates considered. 
  • Strong generalist therapy skills.
  • Ability to evaluate and diagnose clients, make decisions about the urgency of clients' problems, and design and implement appropriate therapy treatment interventions foundational.
  • Skills and interest in outreach and consultation.
  • Confidentiality and adherence to ethical practices.
  • Independent judgment and discretion.
  • Values around social justice and interest in multicultural counseling.
  • Must relate well to students, staff, faculty and other members of the University community.
  • Specific interest in one or more of the following clinical areas and communities: interest and experience serving diverse clients and communities: group therapy; substance use, abuse, and dependence issues; eating disorders; international students; and/or working with underserved populations, in general.



  • Interest in and experience serving underserved communities (including racial/ethnic underserved communities, such as our African-American, Latinx, Asian-American, Native American students, and those defined by other dimensions of identity).


Please submit your online application at, Requisition ID: 27034

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