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Case Manager/Clinician

The Case Manager/Clinician provides critical support for students experiencing significant emotional or material challenges that negatively impact their well-being and ability to succeed academically. The Case Manager/Clinician provides effective referrals, follow-up, tracking, and continuity of care between CPSC and various campus departments and community resources. Within the CPSC staff, the Case Manager/Clinician works collaboratively with approximately 19 colleagues, including a multidisciplinary clinical team, a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, front office staff, and clinical trainees. The Case Manager/Clinician’s role is split approximately evenly between case management tasks and clinical work, providing brief counseling to WSU students. Clinical duties primarily include initial consultations, intakes, single session therapy, brief individual counseling, and crisis intervention. 


• Terminal degree in a mental health field from an appropriately accredited college/university and graduate program. 
• Current license to practice mental health therapy in Utah. Provisional license status is acceptable to start, although all appropriate requirements for practice must be completed prior to start date (see for details). Full license to practice independently required within one year of hire. 
• Awareness of and adherence to state laws, professional ethics, and codes of conduct. 
• One year of experience providing individual psychotherapy to adult outpatients, including initial clinical assessments. 
• One year of case management or related experience. 
• Demonstrated experience and clinical effectiveness in multicultural counseling approaches with diverse clients, including communities marginalized by race/ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, religious/spiritual affiliation, dis/ability, and other factors. Commitment to fostering a therapeutic environment that is respectful of diversity in all forms. 

Preferred Qualifications 

• Current full Utah licensure to practice mental health therapy independently; 
• Previous experience working with individuals in crisis, basic needs programs, and/or public assistance programs; 
• Demonstrated crisis intervention experience, including suicidality assessments, critical incident debriefing, and/or teaching suicide prevention curricula (e.g., QPR); 
• Experience working with college students; 
• Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with multidisciplinary clinical and non-clinical professionals. 

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Last Updated: 7/22/21