The Lead Staff Therapist, Eating Disorder Services
Coordinator will provide strong generalist clinical skills/experience
and participate in providing therapeutic services to Purdue students.
Contribute to clinical service delivery including individual, couples
and group therapy; on call services; triage; assessment, and substance
use, abuse and dependence services. In collaboration with the Associate
Director of Clinical Services, lead and coordinate eating disorder
services, and provide vision for continuation and further development of
eating disorder services for students, including psychotherapy groups,
eating disorder management team (EDMT), and other innovative services.
In collaboration with Clinical Director review status of programming
and to identify priorities, plans, and continuous improvement
opportunities for eating disorder services. Continually monitor and
assess needs for these services in order to ensure provision of services
to meet student and agency needs, including management of policies,
procedures, and documents related to eating disorder programming.
Maintain ongoing evaluation of eating disorder services through
quantitative and qualitative data gathering. Serve on various agency
teams, provide supervision to therapists in training, and provide
ongoing consultation to the larger staff formally (consultation hour,
EDMT) and casually. Attend pertinent staff and team meetings;
participate in staff planning and coordination meetings, professional
development activities, and in-service presentations.
What Sets Us Apart:
- Our benefits start your first day of employment https://bit.ly/3DJE9os
- 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.