Prioritize working with students from marginalized and underserved communities. Consults with students, family, faculty, staff, and community members about students who evidence problems that may require psychological counseling and mental health services.
Engages in counseling-related activities including, but not limited to, maintaining counseling records, administering and interpreting psychological and intelligence tests/inventories, making referrals, and managing various administrative and organizational needs. Ability to do tele-health psychology is desired.
Provides after hour and on-call crisis intervention services and other duties as assigned.
Provides individual, family, couples and group therapy to University students. Provides presentations for students, faculty, and staff as requested by the director or others.
Provides supervision for master’s and doctoral students in counseling and counseling psychology.
Performs other duties as assigned.