To provide high-quality, effective pastoral counseling to clients of the center in accordance with department policies and procedures and to function within the code of ethics of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors.
Undergraduate degree; graduate degree from an accredited seminary or divinity school. Advanced degree (M.A., Master of Theology, or Doctor of Ministry) preferred.
Must have completed three years of clinical training in clinical pastoral education or a pastoral counseling residency.
Licensure, Certification, and/or Registration:
Member level in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors; North Carolina State Licensed Professional Counselor, preferred; licensed North Carolina Marriage and Family Therapist, preferred.
Skills & Qualifications:
Excellent interpersonal and human relations skills. Strong verbal and communications skills. Must relate well to client population and to the business, professional and religious leadership of the community served.
Able to maintain personal, emotional, physical, and spiritual health while serving a diverse client population, working collegially with support and clinical staff, and contributing to the administrative operations and marketing and public relations needs of the center.
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