Psychologist/Weiland Program Manager for LGBTQ Outreach

Stanford University,

Counseling and Psychological Services
Last Posted:

Tue, Aug 8th, '17

Deadline:

Open until position is filled

Start Date:

9/11/17

Last Updated:

Tue, Aug 8th, '17

 
POSITION DESCRIPTION
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  • Part Time

This is a .8 part time position


If you are ready to work for an organization that nurtures diversity, respect, professional development and a comfortable work-life fit, we invite you to explore this opportunity and apply online for the position of Program Manager of the Weiland Health Initiative. This initiative was developed though an endowment from the Weiland Foundation with the intent of promoting mental health and wellness across all genders and sexualities through training, education, and psychotherapy. The position is located at the Vaden Health Center, a unit of the Division of Student Affairs.


JOB PURPOSE:


Provide management of endowment-based program promoting mental health and wellness across all genders and sexualities through offering/overseeing teaching and training programs, as well as offering crisis intervention, brief individual, couples, and/or group counseling and psychotherapy, clinical consultation, outreach programming, and supervision of trainees.


CORE DUTIES*:


- The preferred candidate would have expertise working with gender and sexual diversity, including LGBTQIA-identified students and alternative sexual identities such as polyamory and kink.


- Provide comprehensive outpatient mental health services and programs to a diverse student population with a specific focus on clinical and outreach services focusing on gender and sexual diversity.


- Oversee clinician training in the area of gender and sexual diversity, which may include teaching clinical rotation on gender and sexual diversity; offering trainings for clinic; leading interdisciplinary Gender and Sexual Identities Consultation Group; and organizing/hosting annual conferences or symposia on sexual  diversity and transgender health.


- Increase knowledge and awareness of gender and sexual diversity and health across campus, which may include developing and offering workshops and trainings for the campus community; developing and teaching academic courses on this topic; creating written and online resources; and supporting students in conducting research/attending conferences on this subject area.


- Provide weekly intake evaluations, individual brief therapy, couples therapy, and group therapy, including assessments and letters of support for transgender/non-binary students seeking medical transition.


- Act as liaison and consultant to the LGBT Community Resource Center and to other campus offices as appropriate, such as Title IX and the Program in Feminist, Gender & Sexuality Studies. This may include attending meetings and collaboration on the development of resources and events.


- Supervise Gender & Sexual Identities Specialty post-doctoral psychology fellow and/or student staff.


- Assess the mental health functioning of students through scheduled appointments, drop-in hours or emergency phone contact.


- Provide crisis assessment, intervention, and management to students of concern or in crisis; assess need for higher level care.


- Evaluate and respond to emergency situations; provide consultation to campus for urgent/crisis situations.


- Develop and oversee campus outreach through participation in educational programming and additional program development.


- Complete special administrative projects as assigned.


* - Other duties may also be assigned


ABOUT STANFORD UNIVERSITY

Experience a culture of excellence.

Stanford University, located in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley, is one of the world’s leading teaching and research universities. Since its opening in 1891, Stanford has been dedicated to finding solutions for the betterment of humanity and for preparing students for leadership in a complex world.

To foster the talents and aspirations of our 10,000 staff, Stanford offers career development programs, competitive pay that reflects market trends and benefits that increase financial stability and promote healthy, fulfilling lives. Stanford offers an exceptional setting for professionals looking to advance their careers.


 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


Education & Experience:


PhD or PsyD in clinical or counseling psychology field from an APA-accredited institution and one year post-degree experience required. APA internship preferred.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:


- Demonstrated clinical competence with gender and sexual diversity and intersectionality in student populations.


- Experience and competence working with diverse campus communities: students of color, low-income/first-generation college students, students of faith, activists, etc.  


- Expertise in clinical skills in evaluation, crisis intervention, and case management.


- Demonstrated strong communication skills (verbal and written).


- Expertise in program development, design, and implementation.


- Experience in collaborative work with multidisciplinary teams and other professional colleagues.


- Demonstrated skills in consultative work with professional colleagues and other staff.


 


 


We especially encourage persons of color and transgender/non-binary individuals to apply.


Certifications and Licenses:


- Licensed Psychologist in California.


 
COMPENSATION

JCC: 4601
Grade: I

Exempt


 
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