Clinical Assistant Professor of Behavioral Health Psychology, Waukesha

General Information

• Job Title:Clinical Assistant Professor of Behavioral Health Psychology

• Location:

100 N East Ave
Waukesha, WI, 53186
United States

• Employee Type:Regular Faculty

• Job Category:School of Education and Human Services, Faculty

• Required Degree:Doctorate


Clinical Assistant Professor of Behavioral Health Psychology

Starting Date: July 1, 2022


The Masters of Science in Behavioral Health Psychology Program seeks a new colleague to join us in preparing the next generation of behavioral health professions to be professional counselors or competitive psychology PhD candidates. The ideal candidate brings deep clinical practice and supervision experience to teaching, learning, and psychological practice. This candidate may develop and teach courses in family and partner psychotherapy, vocational psychology, counseling skills, and courses addressing human development across the lifespan. Other courses reflecting candidate interest will be considered. Special consideration will be granted to applicants with strong statistics and research methods knowledge.

This 12-month, full-time appointment includes teaching (60%), practice (20%), and program and university service requirements (20%).


• Teach master’s level core courses in the Behavioral Health Psychology program that include but are not limited to those focused on clinical practice and supervision.

• Collaborate with colleagues to design and implement curriculum.

• Maintain a clinical practice at clinical partner organization as needed by the program or program partners.

• Serve a graduate student advisor.

• Model faculty citizenship through active program service and a commitment to justice, inclusion, and equity.



• Earned PhD/EdD/PsyD degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA accredited doctoral training program.

• License eligible as a psychologist in the state of Wisconsin; required to be licensed within 12-mos of hire.

• 2+ years of demonstrated clinical supervision experience.

• Postsecondary level teaching experience in-person or hybrid

• A person with a commitment to justice, inclusion, and equity and the ability to embed relevant practices as a teacher, student advisor, and colleague.


• Demonstrated program development experience.

• Interest in conducting and/or supervising original empirical research.

• Clinical practice experience beyond the post-doctoral supervised clinical hours.

The University: Founded in 1846, Carroll University is an independent, co-educational comprehensive university. The Carroll mission is to “provide a superior education, rooted in its Presbyterian and liberal arts heritage, and draws upon the Christian tradition to prepare all students for vocational success, lifelong learning and service in a diverse and global society.”

Carroll University is located in suburban Waukesha, 16 miles west of Milwaukee and 60 miles east of Madison. The University serves 3600 undergraduate and graduate students. The University though intentionally ecumenical and non- sectarian in approach, is related to the Presbyterian Church, USA. The candidate would join Carroll University at a time of great excitement and action, particularly related to the campus-wide commitments to equity and justice.

The School of Education and Human Services: The Department of Human Services is housed in the new School of Education and Human Services (SEHS). The school, in its inaugural year, builds on the rich legacy and tradition of outstanding undergraduate and graduate education programs. In addition to the many programs in the Department of Education, the school looks forward to growing to meet the educational and professional needs of the community and begins with the addition of a Master of Science in Behavioral Health Psychology beginning in the Fall 2021.

The Program: The Behavioral Health Psychology Program is the inaugural program of the Department of Human Services. The BHP program trains license and non-license eligible masters graduates to meet the evolving mental health needs of our community and beyond through practice, research, and advocacy. Inspired by the scientist-practitioner model, graduates view clients and systems from a biopsychosocial lens, with cultural humility, and critically evaluate and apply psychological science toward a holistic understanding of behavior and change.

Application: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please submit as attachments to an email with the subject line “Lecturer in Behavioral Health Psychology” in Word or PDF format to

• 1) a letter of application,

• 2) curriculum vitae,

• 3) statement of teaching and supervision philosophy,

• 4) three references

Final applicants will be asked to submit graduate transcripts.

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