The Ohio University Division of Student Affairs seeks 1 full-time counselor to join an exciting team of professionals who have a dual mission of training and service excellence.
CPS is a comprehensive university counseling center located in rural Southeastern Ohio. Because of the limited availability of external counseling resources, CPS provides individual, group, and couples counseling as well as outreach and consultation to the Ohio University main and the regional campuses. The center is currently staffed with 1 full and 1 part-time psychiatrist and 9 licensed psychologists and counselors. The center also serves as an APPIC approved pre-doctoral internship (3 positions), and a practicum training site for graduate students in counseling,and psychology, and social work.
Candidates should be well prepared to work with a full range of mental health challenges including mood disorders, substance abuse, personality disorders, ADHD , and post-traumatic stress illnesses. Familiarity with the treatment of eating disorders is especially desirable.
The successful candidates will have a demonstrated understanding of the developmental issues of college students. Experience providing counseling services to diverse populations including students of color, international students, non-traditional students, veterans, and LGBTQ students is highly desirable. A strong demonstrated commitment to diversity and multicultural competency is expected.
The successful candidate will also demonstrate the ability to provide individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, assessment and psycho-educational programming as well as participate in staff development and supervision of master’s and doctoral trainees and interns. Consulting with faculty and staff on issues relevant to student educational performance and their emotional well-being is expected. Candidates should have solid computer skills and an ability to work within a multicultural framework.
For additional information, you can e-mail us at Counseling.Services@ohio.edu.
Possess Ohio licensure as a Clinical Counselor ( PCC and be eligible for Supervising counselor status within a year.
Out-of-state counselors must be eligible for PCC licensure in Ohio to independently diagnose and treat mental and emotional disorders AND be eligible to supervise counselors within a year.
Applicants should research and submit with their application accurate information about their time frames for licensure in Ohio and eligibility to supervise in Ohio.
Experience in a college or university counseling center strongly preferred.
Ohio University - 11 months ago