University of Scranton,

Counseling Center
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University of Scranton

Non-Discrimination Statement
The University of Scranton embraces diversity and inclusion through its mission, Jesuit identity, strategic plans, community outreach programs, and numerous diversity programs. The University of Scranton is an Equal Opportunity employer and actively solicits applications from historically underrepresented candidates. Please see our full non-discrimination statement below.

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Elizabeth M. Garcia
Title IX Coordinator
The Office of Equity and Diversity
Institute of Molecular Biology & Medicine, Rm 311
(570) 941-6645

University Mission
The University is a Catholic and Jesuit University animated by the spiritual vision and the tradition of excellence characteristic of the Society of Jesus and those who share in its way of proceeding. All candidates must indicate how they would help communicate and support the Catholic and Jesuit identity and mission of the University. The University’s mission statement and a description of the history and concepts of the Ignatian teaching philosophy may be found at

Counseling Center

Job Purpose:
As a psychologist, the clinician provides culturally competent intake assessments, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, and assessment/testing for the student population as well as consultation with University staff and faculty.

Essential Duties:
- Provides individual and group counseling- Designs and leads structured, unstructured, psychoeducational and/or support groups- Provides crisis intervention, including serving in the after-hours consultation rotation.- Provides suicide assessment and management- Provides psychological testing within the scope of their practice (e.g., MMPI-II, CAARS, BDI, BAI, etc.)- Consults with other staff and faculty and serves as a professional resource within the community- Supervises psychology/counseling trainees

Additional Skills Required:
- In-depth knowledge of theories and development issues in adolescence and adulthood, particularly interventions, assessments, and crisis management skills as they relate to challenges facing today’s college students.- Knowledge of psychotropic medications.- Ability to respect, support and contribute to the University’s Catholic and Jesuit missionKnowledge of DSM-5-TR
- Must be able to support the University’s commitment to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture
- Must be able to respect, support and contribute to the University’s Catholic and Jesuit mission

Minimum Education Requirements:
- A doctoral degree in counseling or psychology from an APA accredited program with completion of an APPIC approved internship- Licensed or licensed eligible as a psychologist in Pennsylvania- Completion of Licensing requirements in Pennsylvania

Preferred Education:

Minimum Job Experience Requirements:
- Three (3) years’ counseling experience in the mental health and related care fields with late adolescent and/or young adult populationsPreferred:- Prior experience in college counseling center setting and/or outpatient/inpatient psychiatric or outpatient counseling treatment settings- Prior training and experience counseling students from diverse backgrounds- Experience in suicide assessment and crisis management- Prior supervisory experience of trainees

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Schedule/Work Hours:
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Additional hours as required.

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