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Berklee College of Music

Director of Counseling Services

Berklee is the preeminent institute of contemporary music and the performing arts, offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs at its campuses in Boston, Massachusetts and Valencia, Spain, and through its award-winning distance learning program, Berklee Online. As of 2016, the College through an innovative merger brought together two distinguished institutions—Berklee College of Music and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee—that are dedicated to nurturing the creative and career potential of the world’s most inspired musicians and artists. Berklee’s commitment to arts education is reflected in the work of its students, faculty, and alumni—hundreds of whom have been recognized with Grammy, Tony, Oscar, and Emmy awards. At Berklee students explore interdisciplinary approaches to music, dance, theater, film, including performance, music/business management, music therapy, music education, production and technology, and more. With students and alumni from more than 100 nations and with educational partners across the world, Berklee is forging new connections among art forms, musical traditions, and technologies to build a dynamic, diverse, and collaborative global arts community.

Reporting to the Associate Dean of Student Health and Wellness, the Director of Counseling Services (Director) provides the administrative leadership, vision, and strategic direction for student mental health counseling services for the College. The Director is responsible for creating inclusive, equitable services and programs and promoting a welcoming and safe atmosphere in which unique identities and perspectives are expected, respected, and supported at all levels. Supporting the ongoing professional development, managing the on-call rotation of counselors, and recruiting and supervising a full-time staff of seven licensed mental health professionals, as well as overseeing and assessing the existing and evolving graduate/doctoral internship program, are key responsibilities of the Director. As part of the Health & Wellness unit within the Student Affairs, Diversity, and Inclusion division, the Director works in a connected, coordinated, and collaborative manner with immediate colleagues, including a dedicated case manager, as well as with other partners throughout the College to promote learning about and among students with an emphasis on openness, inclusivity, prevention, and respect for the human experience. The Director will create and champion a student-centered model of care designed to meet the unique needs of musicians and performing artists that taps into existing formal and informal networks, as well as community-based resources. Approximately 30 percent of the Director’s time will be dedicated to managing a clinical caseload adhering to a short-term model of care. The Director is also responsible for data collection and reporting, and assuring compliance with all legal mandates and ethical codes that govern mental health counseling.

Minimum qualifications include a master’s degree in social work, psychology, or counseling with a progressive history of increased administrative responsibility, supervision of professional clinical staff, and demonstrated successful leadership. Must hold a current license in social work, psychology, or counseling in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or be license-eligible prior to start date. Prior experience working in a higher education setting and/or with a college-age population preferred. The ability and qualifications to apply for authorization of temporary involuntary hospitalization in Massachusetts is strongly preferred. Other important considerations in the selection of the Director of Counseling Services include: ability to plan and assess a complex operation using staff, time, budgets, and other resources for the accomplishment of student engagement goals and objectives; demonstrated evidence of culturally inclusive and equitable practices that value students’ lived experiences in all aspects of their social and cultural identities; expertise in the provision of consultation services for faculty, staff, and other constituents of the College; ability to conceptualize and prioritize objectives, and exercise independent judgment based on an understanding of organizational policies and activities; ability to integrate resources, policies, and information for the determination of procedures, solutions, and other outcomes; experience in the use of new technologies for improving service delivery and evaluations; evidence of strong interpersonal as well as excellent communication ability—oral, written, and presentation skills; and facility to respond to emergency situations in a timely and highly professional manner.

Review of applications will begin May 18, 2018, and continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at www.spelmanjohnson.com/open-positions. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Valerie B. Szymkowicz at vbs@spelmanjohnson.com. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.

Visit the Berklee website at www.Berklee.edu

Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to sex, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color or any other protected class. It is the policy of Berklee College of Music to administer all of its employment practices in a non-discriminatory manner. Berklee College of Music does not discriminate on the basis of disability as prohibited by section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 or the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local fair employment laws or regulations.


Meyerson & Associates Neuropsychology (www.chicagoneuropsych.com) is seeking an Illinois licensed or license-eligible psychologist with a PhD or PsyD in clinical psychology, who specializes in child and adolescent neuropsychology with a particular interest in "developmental" and "behavioral" concerns, such as learning disabilities, ADHD, autism, language disorders, intellectual disabilities, anxiety, depression, and emotion dysregulation.

The psychologist must:

  • be comfortable working in a partial hospitalization program setting with patients with a fairly high level of psychiatric need.
  • be comfortable going to schools to observe students and participate in IEP, 504 Plan, or other educational planning meetings.
  • have a strong orientation toward science and evidence-based practice.
  • have ADOS-2 training and experience.

This is for a full-time, W-2 position. No health care benefits available at this time.


The Chicago School’s Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology and Academic Community Leadership

The Chicago School partners with local community service agencies to sponsor post-doctoral training positions in academic and community leadership. The post-doctoral fellowship program aims to develop leaders in the field who are both clinically skilled as well as prepared for leadership and administrative roles in an academic or community setting.

For the 2018-2019 year, there is one post-doc position that combines one administrative and one clinical rotation:

The Chicago School APP Department / Pillars Community Services

  • The post-doc fellowship position is a full-time, 12-month program beginning tentatively Monday, August 20, 2018.
  • The fellow participates in two training experiences throughout the year:
    • Part-time spent providing direct clinical and outreach services at Pillars
    • Part-time in the Applied Professional Practice department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, focusing on academic leadership, clinical training and administrative activities.
  • Two hours of individual supervision per week is offered to the postdoc. One hour is offered at the clinical site, which is related to administrative tasks and supervision of supervision. The other hour occurs at the clinical placement and focuses on the fellow’s case load and other clinical responsibilities.

* Accepting applications now until 4/13/18 or until the position is filled. Please see the PDF link (click here) for more information and instructions on how to apply.

Wright State University - Assistant Professor

The School of Professional Psychology (SOPP) at Wright State University (WSU) is seek-ing outstanding applicants for the position of Assistant Professor in our APA-accredited doctoral (Psy.D.) program. The position is available to start as early as July 1, 2018. This position is a renewable annual contract, pending funding. The successful candidate will join a diverse and innovative faculty who are active in teaching, service, practice, and scholarship. Applicants must have a commitment to graduate instruction and training ef-fective clinicians, well informed by psychological science. We are a generalist pro-gram, areas of specialty remain open. However, assessment and child/adolescent ex-perience are priority areas for this position. Academic teaching areas could include, but are not limited to, integrative assessment, cognitive assessment laboratory, and interviewing.

All candidates must hold a doctoral degree in clinical psychology or a related field from an APA-accredited program. Must be licensed in Ohio as a psychologist within three months of hire. Experience providing evidence-based interventions and excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Broad assessment experience and prior teaching experience are preferred.

We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits. For information on additional requirements and to apply, go to http://jobs.wright.edu/postings/12797. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. For more details about our program, visit SOPP’s website at http://psychology.wright.edu/. Wright State University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, is committed to an inclusive environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities.


The Psychology Department of Kenyon College invites applications for a full-time one year Visiting Assistant Professor to begin in Fall of 2018. Candidates with demonstrated excellence in teaching and interest in mentoring undergraduate research will be preferred. The standard teaching expectation is 5 courses per year.

To apply, candidates should visit the online application site found at http://careers.kenyon.edu. A complete application will be comprised of 1) a Cover Letter discussing the applicant's prior teaching experience, and the research and scholarship undertaken; 2) a statement of the applicant's teaching philosophy; 3) a research statement; 4) a Curriculum Vita; 5) a graduate school transcript; and 6) Letters of Reference from three (3) recommenders. All application materials must be submitted electronically through Kenyon's employment website.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position has been filled. Kenyon College is committed to creating and maintaining a diverse campus environment. We welcome all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or age.

A Ph.D in Psychology is preferred; however, applicants who are ABD will be considered.


The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Associate Vice Chancellor for Health and Wellbeing
UNC Student Affairs

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC), the nation’s first public university, serves North Carolina, the United States and the world through teaching, research and public service. UNC embraces an unwavering commitment to excellence as one of the world’s great research universities. Carolina prides itself on a strong, diverse student body, great academic opportunities, and a commitment to service.

UNC Student Affairs serves the University in collaboration with academic programs by providing transformational opportunities for students in the areas of student life, health & wellness, leadership & service, and diversity. Student Affairs promotes student success, access, and inclusion by cultivating and leveraging partnerships with faculty, staff, and families as well as local, state, national, and global organizations. Student Affairs professionals challenge and enable UNC students to become compassionate and responsible citizens and leaders by fostering an accessible, inclusive, culturally diverse living and learning campus environment.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill invites applications and nominations for the newly created position of Associate Vice Chancellor for Health and Wellbeing in Student Affairs. This is an extraordinary opportunity for a visionary and student-centered leader to provide strategic direction for a comprehensive portfolio including Campus Health Services, Counseling and Psychological Services, Student Wellness, and Campus Recreation. The position will lead and direct a collaborative and integrative care model in Student Affairs working in partnership with nationally recognized professional schools and UNC Healthcare. The position requires a comprehensive understanding of the diverse issues facing undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, and post-doctoral scholars. Competitive candidates will have the knowledge, skills, and preparation to develop and lead a world-class program of best practices in integrative college health and wellbeing, and will have demonstrated sound judgment and strategic thinking. The position reports to the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs and is a member of the Senior Executive Team and Student Affairs Leadership Team. Anticipated start date is August 1, 2018.

Required Qualifications: A master’s degree in higher education or student affairs administration, college student personnel, counseling, public health, health administration, or equivalent is required. A minimum of seven years of pertinent, progressive experience as a dean/director or assistant/associate dean/director or comparable position and previous supervisory responsibility of professional staff and multiple departments are also required.

The successful candidate will possess: a strong background of proven leadership experience in one or more of the assigned areas of responsibility; a record of politically savvy leadership and decision-making; demonstrated understanding of the diverse health and wellbeing issues facing college students; knowledge of current trends in healthcare, behavioral health, health education and wellness, policy, and healthcare technology in a university context serving a highly diverse student population; commitment to the highest ethical standards of professional practice as well as personal and professional integrity in the ability to collaborate and foster a spirit of engagement; excellent leadership, diplomacy, and team management skills with the ability to engage others through a participative process, while serving as key decision maker; strong project and program management and evaluation skills; demonstrated strengths in public speaking and presenting; and exceptional communication, negotiation, and interpersonal skills in a collaborative, multi-disciplinary environment;

Preferred Qualifications: A doctoral degree in a relevant health discipline (e.g., counseling, clinical psychology, medicine, or public health) or a doctoral degree in higher education, student affairs administration, health science, or related field is preferred. Experience at a large public institution of higher education and experience with college health care at an institution with a large medical school and regional hospital is desirable. Other preferred skills and abilities include: demonstrated experience in the area of financial and personnel management and knowledge of technology applications as they apply to health care; active participation in national professional associations and scholarly activities; knowledge of the private healthcare industry including continuum of care best practices, and associated insurance reimbursement and funding models.

Applications received by April 20, 2018 will be assured full consideration. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at www.spelmanandjohnson.com/open-positions. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Valerie B. Szymkowicz at vbs@spelmanjohnson.com. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.

Spelman Johnson

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – Associate Vice Chancellor for Health and Wellbeing

Valerie B. Szymkowicz, Senior Associate

Visit The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill website at www.unc.edu

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes all to apply, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.


Lecturer Position - Psychology

The Department of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) seeks applicants for a full-time, 9-month, non-tenure track position at the rank of Lecturer beginning August 16, 2018. There is the possibility of contract renewal, allowing the lecturer to teach one or two additional courses during the summer teaching session and/or in subsequent years.

UIC is among the nation’s top 10 most diverse universities. The Department of Psychology welcomes students and faculty from every ethnic and racial group, religion, gender, sexual orientation, physical condition, and age. We are committed to maintaining a diverse department and welcome applicants whose experiences will contribute to this diversity.


The Department of Psychology offers five strong doctoral programs and two undergraduate degrees, in General Psychology and Applied Psychology. We are seeking outstanding lecturers who can teach undergraduate courses in Tests and Measurement, Psychology of Interviewing, Psychological Interventions, and Fieldwork in Psychology. Applicants who also have expertise teaching other courses, such as Research Methods, Statistics, Community Psychology, and Laboratory in Community Psychology, are especially welcome.

Lecturers teach 6 courses per academic year (3 courses per semester). Other duties include, but are not limited to, managing graduate student teaching assistants, holding office hours, assigning grades, advising students, preparing course materials (e.g., syllabus), and maintaining a course Blackboard website.


A doctorate in Psychology or related discipline by the start date. A record of outstanding undergraduate teaching.

Application Materials

Submit application electronically at https://jobs.uic.edu (under “find jobs,” click on “Chicago campus,” then click on the position). Upload a cover letter, CV, and evidence of successful teaching. Within the on-line application, provide the names and email addresses of 3 potential references. For fullest consideration, submit all materials by May 1, 2018, when the review of applications begins. Direct questions to the search committee chair, Professor Bette L. Bottoms (bbottoms@uic.edu).

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching in a multicultural environment. We strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and covered veterans. The University may conduct background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. Background checks will be conducted in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.


2 Positions: Full-Time Instructor and Full-Time Lecturer

The Department of Psychological Sciences in the College of Arts and Science at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) invites applications for a Full-time Instructor in the areas of Teaching and Service and a Full-Time Lecturer to begin in AY 2018-2019. Appointment as Instructor is a non-tenure-track rank within the regular, voting Faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences. A Lecturer appointment is a non-tenure-track, one-year appointment, renewable for up to two additional one-year terms. The department offers Ph.D. programs in two areas of psychology: Clinical Psychology (APA accredited), and Developmental, Cognitive, and Affective Sciences; a Ph.D. program in Communication Sciences; a CAA accredited Masters program in Communication Sciences; and undergraduate programs in Psychology and Communication Sciences.

The successful Instructor candidate must have a Ph.D. in psychology, have at least 15 years of teaching experience including extensive experience with teaching discussion-based and writing-intensive courses, as well as demonstrated excellence in advising and mentoring undergraduates. Candidates will be evaluated on their potential to excel in teaching at the undergraduate level and provide service to the psychology program, especially in the area of undergraduate mentoring. The required teaching load is three courses each semester. The successful applicant should be qualified to teach Social Psychology, Health Psychology, Human Sexual Behavior, Psychology of Performance, General Psychology, and/or a First Year Seminar, which requires the instructor to be a generalist advisor, grade required written and oral communication, and teach in a seminar format.

The successful Lecturer candidate will teach 6 classes throughout the academic year (3 classes in both the fall and spring semesters) in the area of Psychology. Courses designated as high-priority include Introductory Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Health Psychology, Personality Psychology, Multicultural Communication, Adult Development & Aging, and a final Capstone course for upper-level undergraduate students. Other courses in the area of the candidate’s specialty may also be appropriate. The successful candidate for the position will likely have obtained a Ph.D. in Psychology or a related discipline.

Candidates should provide a letter of interest summarizing relevant experience, a curriculum vitae/resume, a short statement of teaching experience and philosophy, and arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent electronically to Heath Demaree and Kellie Shaffer at psychsciences@case.edu. Complete applications received by April 11, 2018 will receive full consideration.

In employment, as in education, Case Western Reserve University is committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity. Women, veterans, members of underrepresented minority groups, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Case Western Reserve University provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. Applicants requiring a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity at 216-368-8877 to request a reasonable accommodation. Determinations as to granting reasonable accommodations for any applicant will be made on a case-by-case basis.


Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology

The Hope College Psychology Department invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor in Developmental Psychology for the 2018-19 academic year. Candidates will be expected to teach introductory psychology, lifespan developmental psychology, and possibly a seminar in one’s specialty. The Psychology Department has 13 faculty, graduates 75-80 majors per year, and has research facilities to support candidates who wish to engage in research. Applicants must have completed (or nearly completed) a PhD, a commitment to undergraduate education, and some evidence of teaching undergraduates.

As part of the online application, candidates will upload a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, teaching evaluations, and a statement clearly describing ways in which the candidate will support Hope College’s mission (https://hope.edu/about/mission.html).  In addition, please enter the contact information for three references on the application (including current email addresses). Those references will be contacted by Human Resources to submit a letter of recommendation. Application review begins immediately. For full consideration, submit materials by March 6, 2018. To apply and see benefit information, visit https://hope.edu/jobs.

Please direct inquiries regarding the position to Mary Inman, Search Committee Chair, at inman@hope.edu.

About Hope

Hope College is a four-year liberal arts college where academic excellence and vibrant Christian faith join together in a supportive and welcoming community. Hope offers an academically rigorous, co-educational and residential education to 3,200 undergraduate students from more than 40 states and 45 countries. Affiliated with the Reformed Church in America since its founding in 1866, Hope College is known for its invitational ecumenical Christian atmosphere, friendly campus community, and well-balanced academic and co-curricular offerings. Hope's beautiful campus is located just steps from award-winning downtown Holland, Michigan and less than seven miles from Lake Michigan.

Hope College is recognized as a national leader in undergraduate research and scholarship and for providing exceptional professional preparation and life-changing educational experiences that equip our students for success after graduation. The college has consistently ranked among the nation's top liberal arts colleges and is featured in the book Colleges That Change Lives.

Hope College is financially sound, with more than 50 consecutive years of balanced budgets, an endowment of approximately $200 million and no deferred maintenance, and over $140 million invested in the construction of new facilities during the past 12 years. The college completed its newest buildings, the Kruizenga Art Museum and the Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts, in 2015, and opened the Jim and Martie Bultman Student Center in 2017.

In 2015, Hope College launched its 10-year strategic plan, Hope for the World: 2025, which consists of six goals, focused on: academics; Christian formation; global engagement; community; reputation and influence; and value. Developed by the campus community, the strategic plan supports the college's mission, "to educate students for lives of leadership and service in a global society through academic and co-curricular programs of recognized excellence in the liberal arts and in the context of the historic Christian faith."


Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology

Beloit College invites applications for a one-year sabbatical replacement position in Psychology for the 2018-19 academic year.The successful candidate will teach 2 courses - “Introduction to Psychology” and “Social Psychology” - during the fall semester, and 2-3 courses in the spring semester including an intermediate course and/or advanced seminar in the applicant’s area of expertise. We seek a colleague who has demonstrated excellence in teaching undergraduates, and whose pedagogies or research align with and engage our increasingly diverse student body. Candidates should hold a PhD in Psychology by August, although applications from candidates who are ABD will also be considered.

Because equity and inclusion are central to our students’ liberal arts education and vital to the thriving of all members of our residential learning community, Beloit College aspires to be an actively anti-racist institution. We recognize our aspiration as ongoing and institution-wide, involving collective commitment and accountability. We seek employees who are committed to and will actively contribute to our efforts to celebrate our cultural and intellectual richness and be resolute in advancing inclusion and equity.

Located in a diverse community close to Madison, Milwaukee, and Chicago, Beloit attracts students from across the United States and the world. The college emphasizes excellence in teaching, learning beyond the traditional classroom, international perspectives, and collaborative research among students and faculty. We are recognized as one of the Colleges That Change Lives.

Candidates should email a single document (PDF preferred) containing a cover letter, C.V., and a statement of teaching philosophy or relevant course syllabi to psychology2018@beloit.edu. Two letters of recommendation, which can be submitted directly from the authors, are also required. For full consideration, all materials must be received by March 21, 2018.

Questions about the position should be directed to Kristin Bonnie, department chair, at: bonniek@beloit.edu

AA/EEO Employer

Clinical Counselor

Dynamic Service Solutions, LLC has been a trusted partner in both government and private sector services both here and abroard. We were enthusiastically established to provide exceptional engineering, and staffing services to support critical operations and support innovative technology. Dynamic Service Solutions has successfully blended the unique requirements of each client with rapid response customer service, quality products, and optimum measurable results. Our strong past performance with Federal Government and engineering industries reflect our unique capacity to empower each client to achieve measurable performance.

Responsibilities and Duties

Clinicians conduct mental health assessments for all children in care as well as provide ongoing individual and group counseling, screening for human trafficking concerns, and crisis intervention.


  • Bilingual in Spanish
  • Master's degree in social work (MSW), psychology, sociology, or other relevant behavioral science in which clinical experience is a program requirement; have clinical experience as a part of the master program requirements
  • Bachelor's degree in one of the aforementioned sciences plus five years of clinical employment experience in this area
  • Clean criminal background check
  • Job responsibilities:
  • Conduct and document mental health assessments for all children in care as well as provide ongoing individual and group counseling in accordance with ORR policies and procedures
  • Screen for human trafficking concerns
  • Provide crisis intervention
  • Maintain the UAC case file and UAC Portal in accordance with ORR policies and procedures
  • Report significant incidents in accordance with ORR policies and procedures

Location: Homestead, Florida and Remote

Job Type: Contract

Contact: Nicole Williams (NicoleW@1dssi.com) with questions.


Staff Psychologist at College of Lake County

The Psychologist will provide clinical consultation and assessment, crisis counseling and intervention, and brief psychotherapy to a diverse student population. This candidate will refer students to community resources for long-term treatment and collaborate with ongoing treatment providers for continuity of care.

Additionally, the successful incumbent will design and implement psycho-educational programs, outreach activity for students, faculty, staff, campus organizations, related academic departments, and the college community.

The psychologist will serve as an ambassador for policy change and will be accountable for the planning, communicating, evaluating, coordinating and training of CLC’s students, staff and faculty regarding the facts on mental health conditions and recognizing early warning signs of mental health crises and what to do.

The psychologist will be member of the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) member and respond to student crises as needed. This position will also work closely with CLC counseling faculty to assist students, staff and faculty to identify the signs and symptoms of mental health issues; and increase awareness on where and when to seek help.

The Psychologist will report to the Dean of Counseling, Advising and Transfer and is responsible for providing short term therapy to students through the College’s Behavioral Health Services.

Required Qualification

Ph.D. or Psy.D. in clinical or counseling psychology, clinical internship from an APA accredited program and licensure as a clinical psychologist in Illinois at the time of hire. Two to three years of experience in clinical counseling and psychotherapy. Ability to work flexible hours including some evening hours consistent with student needs is necessary. A high level of interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to write and present educational programs.



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