Staff Psychologist (2 positions available), Counseling and Psychiatric Service (CAPS) - Division of
Staff Psychologist (2 positions available), Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) - Division of Student Affairs
Georgetown University's Division of Student Affairs contributes to the establishment of a student-centered learning community that fosters educational and personal development and is dedicated to the Jesuit tradition of care for self and others - cura personalis.
The Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) serves as the university's primary mental health agency for its students and campus community. Our central mission is to collaborate directly with students in overcoming difficulties that may interfere with the definition and accomplishment of their educational, personal, and career goals. Accordingly, CAPS strives to provide students with opportunities to develop greater self-understanding, identify and solve problems, and improve academic performance through the alleviation of psychological, emotional, and cognitive impediments. Our mission often extends beyond the consultation room and into the campus community. Through outreach, partnerships, and consultation initiatives to faculty, staff, parents, and other campus offices, CAPS seeks to promote psychological health as a value to the Georgetown community.
CAPS anticipates 2 openings to be filled for during summer 2017 for the following areas of expertise:
- The Sport Psychology Specialist provides services at both the Athletics Department and at the CAPS main office for assessment, individual and group therapy, referrals where needed, outreach, and consultation to the campus community. We require a clinician with demonstrated experience in this area, preferably Certified Consultant status.
- The International Student Specialist provides assessment, individual and group therapy, referrals where needed, and outreach and consultation to our growing community of international students. We are especially interested in finding a clinician who has demonstrated experience reaching out to students from the Pacific Rim, South Asia, and the Middle East. Language skills, for instance Mandarin or Arabic, would be a great asset.
Requirements for both positions
- Doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology or a related field, or an MSW
- Licensure in the District of Columbia as a social worker or psychologist (If not yet licensed, then licensure must be achieved within 2 years ears of the start date)
- Preference for previous college mental health experience, as well as demonstrated experience working with the issues noted in the position descriptions
Applicants must submit both a CV and a cover letter - recommend combining CV and cover letter into a single document for upload. The cover letter must indicate your specialty (or specialties) of interest and a list of 4 references.
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