Psychologist - 22345BR
The Clinical Service has responsibility for providing psychological services to the students of the University of Kansas. CAPS Clinical Service contributes to the educational mission of the University by assisting students in meeting personal, social, and academic challenges as they negotiate their college careers. CAPS Clinical Service provides programs designed to increase awareness and educate students about important issues related to life skills, adjustment, and college life. Additionally, it contributes to the educational mission by providing an APA accredited doctoral psychology training program and provides supervision and training to doctoral interns in psychology, practicum students in psychology, and other students-in-training. It also works closely with offices within Student Affairs and other University offices.
General Responsibilities: CAPS Psychologists provide counseling, psychotherapy and psychological testing to eligible students of the University. Psychologists also provide outreach and consultation to students, faculty and staff, and supervision to graduate students and other students-in-training. All responsibilities are performed in accordance with the professional and ethical guidelines of the American Psychological Association and the established administrative policies and procedures of CAPS. The Psychologist reports to the Associate Director of CAPS and is a member of the CAPS interdisciplinary team.
The incumbent in this position will see, hear and have access to confidential information that must be handled in accordance with all relevant state and federal laws and University policies and procedures regarding its use and disclosure.
This position also is authorized to review, create and process client information &/or data in accordance with established procedures in the performance of job duties.
25% Provides training and supervision to graduate students-in-training including psychology interns and practicum students. Provides direct supervision, participates in professional seminars, and participates in development of training curriculum and other training activities.
5% Provides outreach and prevention activities including consultation to faculty, administration, and other staff regarding student adjustment, mental health, and development issues. Develops and presents programs designed to increase awareness and educate students about important issues such as personal development, stress management, ADHD, prevention, and adjustment to college life. Supports and implements activities designed to enhance diversity within CAPS, Student Affairs, and the University.
5% Carries out other responsibilities as requested by the Director or the Associate Director as needed including, but not limited to, participation on University committees, and implementation of research activities and special projects. Acquires and maintains Kansas psychologist license.
- Doctorate in Clinical Psychology or Counseling Psychology from an APA accredited program conferred by start date and one year of related professional experience.
- Successful completion of APA accredited doctoral internship in Psychology.
- Licensed or license eligible by start date for permanent or temporary license at the doctoral level in the state of Kansas.
- Experience providing individual psychotherapy as evidenced by application materials.
- Strong written communication skills as evidenced by application materials.
- Experience in supervision and training.
- Experience in group therapy.
- Experience in brief/solution focused therapy techniques.
- Experience in DSM-5 diagnosis and assessment of mental status.
- Experience in outreach and prevention.
- Demonstrated experience and competence with conducting psychological assessment and interest in providing training in assessment.
- Demonstrated experience in and commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity and commitment to ongoing development of multicultural competence.
- Demonstrated commitment to and experience with providing mental health services to individuals from culturally diverse backgrounds using culturally-responsive clinical care.
- Applicants with training and expertise in the needs of diverse students will be given special consideration.
- Strong verbal communication skills.
- Demonstrated ability in and significant experience with working collaboratively with a diverse population of student, faculty, staff, administrators, and other members of the community.
- Ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively on interdisciplinary team, to take initiative, and to be flexible in response to developing demands and challenges of the position.
Additional Candidate Instructions
- A cover letter addressing how required qualifications are met
- 3 Professional References
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Application review will begin Friday, June 17th, 2022 and will remain open until a qualified pool of candidates has been identified.