The Department of Counseling Services at The University at Buffalo is seeking a generalist with specific interest & experience in providing counseling to college students who are experiencing personal and academic concerns.
- Performing individual, group and couples counseling.
- Providing consultations with faculty and staff on student issues.
- Facilitating presentations on mental health topics for a diverse student population.
- Providing on-call and crisis intervention.
- May provide supervision of graduate students in psychology, social work, and mental health counseling.
Outstanding Benefits Package
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Master’s Degree in Social Work or in Mental Health Counseling. Candidates must be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the State of New York within one year of hire. Candidates must have demonstrated skills and experience in individual, couples, group therapy, consultations, psychoeducational programming, and crisis intervention. Experience in proving process and psychoeducational groups.
The preferred candidate will have a minimum of 3 years post-masters, professional experience demonstrating competency in diagnosing and treating clients with severe and persistent mental health issues. In addition, the experience will allow the incumbent to provide professional and robust clinical supervision to interns.
-Expertise in counseling racially and ethnical diverse populations and experience in diversity outreach and programming particularly with African Americans and Latinx populations.
-Fluency in Spanish.