Psychology Resident

This Psychology Residency provides an opportunity to fulfill the supervised hours of practice requirement that is needed to apply for licensure as a professional psychologist; culminating in full certification as an independently functioning psychologist. Professional development, and performance evaluation will be provided. This staff member will participate in a variety of supervised activities representing a wide breadth of professional psychology in the university counseling center setting. This includes direct service delivery of various modalities of therapy (including crisis intervention), psychological testing, diagnostics, psycho-educational outreach programming, consultation, teaching, curriculum planning, supervision of clinical services (as a supervisee), and participation in staff planning meetings. Qualifications   Required: Completion of all formal requirements toward Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Counseling or Clinical Psychology including a pre-doctoral internship in professional psychology and all course work and qualifying exams necessary for the title of doctoral candidate; one thousand cumulative hours in supervised practicum courses; and, at minimum, acceptance of dissertation proposal by dissertation committee.  Successful completion of one-year pre-doctoral internship in professional psychology, preferably APA approved and in a university counseling center setting. Excellent skills as a clinician (assessment, diagnostic and intervention skills). Good communication skills (oral, written). Planning, problem-solving, organizational, and project management skills. Ability to influence and build work relationships among a diverse workforce at all levels.  Must adhere to professional ethical standards. Must possess a learning orientation to changing technology impacting psychological and counseling services.  Personal computer and related software skills necessary. Preferred: Completed dissertation, and conferred Doctoral degree. 1802100
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