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Mental Health Professional

Job Summary/Basic Function
As a professional clinical staff member of CPSC, a Mental Health Professional provides individual, couples, and group counseling to students. Limited crisis intervention is also provided as per CPSC protocol. Counseling addresses psychological, social, academic, and/or professional issues that directly or indirectly impair clients in their functioning at WSU. In addition to counseling, all professional clinical staff members provide outreach and consultation services upon request. Such services are designed to educate, enhance skills, and increase awareness. CPSC staff members may also serve on a variety of university committees and task forces, thereby representing the needs of the Center and sharing an important knowledge base regarding college student mental health. Depending upon the needs of the Center and the university community, the percentage of time spent engaging in various duties and responsibilities may vary, with direct clinical services as the primary priority.
Required Qualifications
  1. Completion of a master’s degree in a mental health field.
  2. Current license to practice mental health therapy in Utah. Provisional or full license status is acceptable. Please note that all appropriate requirements for practice must be completed prior to the start date.
Preferred Qualifications
  1. Master’s degree in a mental health field from an appropriately accredited college/university and graduate program.
  2. Experience providing individual psychotherapy to adult outpatients.
  3. Experience providing individual psychotherapy in a university counseling center setting.
  4. Two years post-licensure eligibility to practice independently without supervision.
  5. Experience providing clinical supervision to graduate students and/or provisionally licensed clinicians.
  6. Demonstrated commitment to supporting initiatives related to equity, diversity, and inclusion in mental health.

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Last Updated: 3/1/23