Staff Clinician/Coordinator of the Resiliency Resource Center (RRC) - (23003304)

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Staff Clinician/Coordinator of the Resiliency Resource Center (RRC) - (23003304)


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The Coordinator of the Resiliency Resource Center (RRC) at TCS is a generalist staff clinician who is primarily responsible for the oversight of all services provided through the Resiliency Resource Center. Serves as the content area specialist for TCS regarding the resources available to students through the RRC and is responsible for the selection, training, and supervision of the undergraduate interns who staff the RRC. The Coordinator of the RRC also is responsible for the coordination and oversight of TCS outreach programs and activities including diversity initiatives, peer support programs, psycho-educational, and mental health/mental wellness programming, in conjunction with the Wellness Resource Center (WRC) and other campus partners. They will serve as the primary liaison to the Wellness Resource Center to collectively raise campus awareness about collegiate mental health issues. The Coordinator of the Resiliency Resource Center will also promote the RRC as an important adjunctive treatment modality and support for the direct clinical services provided at TCS.

As part of their clinical responsibilities at TCS, the Coordinator of the Resiliency Resource Center provides initial consultation assessments for students to assess the level of acuity of student presenting concerns and the type of services that can support the student. They will provide individual and couples counseling, group therapy, as well as family consultation, as needed, to Temple students. The Coordinator of the Resiliency Resource Center also assists TCS in providing crisis intervention services, which may include participation in critical incident stress management interventions after traumatic incidents impacting the University community. Supervises the Assistant Coordinator of the Resiliency Resource Center, the undergraduate interns that staff the RRC, along with other clinical staff, as requested, and may provide supervision to graduate level clinical trainees and conduct didactic seminars as part of the counseling center's clinical training program. In addition, the Coordinator of the Resiliency Resource Center leads psycho-education programming for students, manages an orientation to the counseling center for incoming and other students, and provides consultation for students, parents, and various other offices throughout the University; and may serve on divisional or University-wide committees. The Coordinator of the Resiliency Resource Center will ensure adequate in-person office coverage for their unit. Performs other duties as assigned.

Tuttleman Counseling Services (TCS) has a deep commitment to promoting inclusion and the affirmation of diverse identities and provides excellent service to Temple student users of counseling services, and administrative support to a large professional staff of physicians, psychologists, social workers, and professionals in training. TCS provides culturally sensitive mental health services that support the psychological health of the diverse community of Temple students and thereby their academic success. This role contributes to a positive university experience for every student.

Required Education & Experience:
Master's degree and three years experience in psychology or social work with independent licensure (LPC or LCSW) in the state of Pennsylvania. Unlicensed candidates may be considered with the expectation of attainment of licensure in Pennsylvania within one year of hire for continued employment. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

Required Skills & Abilities:
*Strong clinical skills.
*Demonstrated ability to provide group, individual, couples, and family counseling, especially with individuals from underrepresented and marginalized student populations.
*Ability to provide consultation to TCS staff, TCS trainees, administration, faculty, staff, students, and families regarding mental health issues.
*Ability to provide Critical Incident Stress management debriefing and other interventions for traumatized community members.
*Ability to provide supervision to trainees.
*Ability to provide training in areas of expertise for the department's didactic seminar for doctoral interns and other forums.
*Ability to assist in the hiring of new staff and the selection of trainees.
*Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, along with the ability to work independently and efficiently.
*Ability to participate as part of a counselor-on-duty rotation providing urgent assessments and consultation to students, staff, and trainees.
*Ability to assist in the orientation of new and transfer students and their parents to Temple University and to counseling center services.
*Ability to manage multiple collaborative projects and systems in a demanding environment.
*Established commitment to multicultural competencies and cultural humility and a strong understanding of social justice and diversity, equity, and inclusion principles
*Ability to serve as the TCS content expert on various self-help resources provided through the RRC.
*Experience working as part of a multidisciplinary team and sensitivity to cross cultural issues and the unique challenges faced by students from diverse backgrounds, with a supportive approach to colleagues.
*Familiarity with relevant laws, regulations, and ethical guidelines in counseling in collegiate mental health.

*Doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology and licensure (or license eligible) in the state of Pennsylvania.
*Previous experience working in a college counseling center setting.
*Prior experience with the delivery of short-term, solution-focused clinical services.
*Experience with content areas and treatment modalities common to a college counseling center setting, including trauma-informed counseling practices
*Experience with program development and program assessment.
*Previous experience with the use of electronic medical records (e.g. Titanium)

This position requires a background check.
This position requires Child Abuse Certifications prior to the commencement of service.

This position is assigned a hybrid work arrangement (on-campus and remote), the duration of this hybrid work arrangement is at the discretion of Temple University and the Department.

Temple University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all in every aspect of its operations, including employment, service, and educational programs. The University has pledged not to discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, marital status, national origin or ethnic origin, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or veteran status.

Compliance Statement: In the performance of their functions as detailed in the position description employees have an obligation to avoid ethical, legal, financial and other conflicts of interest to ensure that their actions and outside activities do not conflict with their primary employment responsibilities at the institution. Employees are also expected to understand and be in compliance with applicable laws, University and employment policies and regulations, including NCAA regulations for areas and departments which their essential functions cause them to interact.

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Primary Location: Pennsylvania-Philadelphia-Main Campus-1700 N Broad Street
Job: Staff
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Day Job
Employee Status: Regular

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