Counseling and Psychological Services - Clinical
Faculty (CFS Track)
Brigham Young University's
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is seeking applications for a
full-time CFS-professional faculty position. This is a Continuing Faculty
Status position and may be filled with a visiting faculty position.
This position is focused on the direct delivery of psychological services to the BYU campus community, including students, faculty and administration. 24 to 27 weekly hours of direct services activities are provided by CAPS faculty and includes individual, couples and group therapy for full-time BYU students. It will also involve supervision of graduate student therapists-in-training from BYU graduate programs, including aiding with training interns in the American Psychological Association accredited internship. The successful candidate for this position will have specific experience/expertise in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of obsessve-compulsive disorder (particularly scrupulosity) and obsessive-compulsive related disorders. As assigned, the position may also include teaching psychologically related Student Development courses, outreach/prevention delivery, consultation with faculty and administrators, and participation in community-level interventions. Faculty members may participate in the following: scholarly activity and relevant research, assigned faculty department committees, faculty meetings and department in-service meetings. This position is a Continuing Faculty Status position.
Behaves in a manner
reflecting honor, integrity, collegiality, civility, respect, concern for
others, and adherence to the CES Honor Code and Dress & Grooming Standards.
Supports and makes
affirmative contributions to the university and CAPS mission, goals, and
and CAPS policies.
university and CAPS committees as requested.
in the intellectual life of the university and CAPS.
in citizenship, leadership, and governance activities in the university and
CAPS, including services in rank and status reviews, hiring processes, etc.
Attends university and
CAPS meetings, including devotionals, forums, convocations, etc.
Provides 24 to 27 weekly
hours of direct service activities including:
- 18 to 24 hours therapy for:
- Students struggling with mental health problems interfereing with school performance. Particular expertise in anxiety disorders, particularly Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is required.
- 2 to 4 hours group therapy
- Run OCD and Anxiety groups
- Other groups as assigned
- Up to 6 additional direct services as assigned
- Supervision of psychology practicum, externs, or interns
- Outreach/prevention service delivery within the university community
- Consultation with faculty, administrators, and staff regarding student mental health issues
scholarly activity and relevant research.
Sets and accomplishes
relevant goals within specified professional assignments.
assigned department and university committees.
quantity and quality of work in assigned professional responsibilities.
Uses sound judgment in
Manages personnel and
budgetary resources effectively.
- Stays abreast of issues and trends in:
- Psychotherapy service delivery
- Studies professional literature.
- Attends relevant conferences and workshops.
- Participates in appropriate professional associations.