The Counseling Center provides outreach and direct clinical services including: consultation to parents, deans, faculty, and other concerned members of the university community; outreach activities and related programs; initial evaluations and psychodiagnosis; treatment planning; individual short-term psychotherapy; crisis intervention; group treatment; and referral services.
What You'll Do
This is a full-time, 12-month appointment in a busy college mental health clinic. This position is one of three postdoctoral fellowships; fellows will work alongside psychologists, social workers, and psychiatric staff to provide a full range of clinical and outreach services to the Tufts community. In addition to the work outlined above, fellows will receive 2 hours of individual supervision and 1 hour of group supervision per week. Fellows will also participate in weekly staff meetings, clinical team meetings, and training seminars.
What We're Looking For
- Bachelor's degree and working towards a Doctorate in Psychology (PhD, PsyD, EdD)
- All degree requirements, including the dissertation defense, must be completed by August 20, 2024, and receipt of the degree will need to be verified no later than September 1, 2024
- Minimum of 3 years of related experience
- Excellent communication, organizational and writing skills
- Specific training and experience working with diverse populations including—but not limited to—students of color, LGBTQIA students, and students of different ethnicities and immigration histories
- Clinical experience in a college mental health setting
- Proficiency with electronic medical records
- Multilingual candidates encouraged to apply
Special Work Schedule Requirements:
This is a hybrid position expected to be on campus 3-4 days a week. Some after-hours outreach programming is required.
Minimum $47,800.00, Midpoint $59,850.00, Maximum $71,900.00
Salary is based on related experience, expertise, and internal equity; generally, new hires can expect pay between the minimum and midpoint of the range.