Eating Disorders Specialist, Psychologist or Social Worker

Georgetown University,

Counseling and Psychiatric Service (CAPS)
Last Posted:

Fri, Dec 8th, '17

Deadline:

Position is open until filled

Start Date:

Summer 2018

Last Updated:

Fri, Dec 8th, '17

 
POSITION DESCRIPTION
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  • Full Time

Georgetown University’s Counseling and Psychiatric Service (CAPS) has an opening for a Staff Clinician - Eating Disorder Specialist. This is a full-time position (40 hours/week, 12 months/year) with a starting date June-August 2018. The Eating Disorder Specialist will join our multidisciplinary team of psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, intake coordinator, and case manager.


Specialist responsibilities include clinical management (assessment, treatment, referrals, and consultation) of individuals with disordered eating and body image concerns. The Eating Disorder Specialist will also participate on the Georgetown University multidisciplinary eating disorder team of physicians, psychiatrists, and dietitians. General responsibilities at CAPS include assessment, triage, consultation, brief individual and group therapy, outreach and consultation to the campus community, and occasional on-call responsibilities.


Opportunities may be available for training and supervision of our predoctoral externs and postdoctoral fellows.  Women, individuals with diverse backgrounds, and individuals with knowledge of foreign languages are strongly encouraged to apply.

ABOUT GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY

Georgetown University, a Congressionally chartered institution, was founded in 1789 and is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit university in the nation. There are 18,525 students in the University’s four undergraduate schools (Georgetown College, the School of Foreign Service, Nursing and Health Studies, and the School of Business), three graduate divisions (Law, Medicine, and the Graduate School), and the School of Continuing Studies. Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service also has a campus in Doha, Qatar.

Region Description:

Washington, D.C., the nation’s capital, is the center of governmental and political activity in the United States and an architecturally distinguished city with world class museums, readily identifiable national monuments and government buildings, and corporate and trade association and nonprofit organization headquarters. It has an excellent public transportation system.

The Georgetown business district is a bustling center of activity with substantial shopping opportunities, restaurants, clubs, and an active waterfront. The Georgetown residential area near the University retains an 18th and 19th century charm with vintage townhouses and brick sidewalks.

Historically, Georgetown was a thriving Maryland tobacco port in the 1700’s. When the District of Columbia was carved out of Maryland and Virginia, Georgetown was included within the District’s boundaries. The City of Washington, originally a separate village within the District, grew into and annexed Georgetown in the 1800’s.

Washington, D.C., is about two hours from Atlantic coast beaches and about two hours from the mountains in Virginia and West Virginia.

 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Psy.D., Ph.D., or MSW in clinical or counseling psychology or related field.

Demonstrated experience working with eating disorders and related issues.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
  • Previous college mental health experience

  • Licensure status in the District of Columbia as a social worker or psychologist or psychology associate prior to onboarding

  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with diverse populations (for example, students of color, LGBTQ students, international, or first generation students)



 
COMPENSATION

Salary is competitive and staff members receive a full benefits package, including health insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, and a retirement matching program.

APPLICATION MATERIALS

A cover letter, vita, and four references.