Under the direction of the Assistant Vice President - Asst.VP Academics, the Therapist - Turning Point/CPCD will: provide psychological therapeutic counseling services to Turning Point clients/students; instruct classes and make presentations; diagnose learning, intellectual, psychological and social disorders and difficulties; supervise interns; make referrals to community based services; conducts research and assists in writing grant applications.
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- Provide psychological counseling services to Turning Point clients/students including crisis intervention.
- Keep confidential counseling notes on each client/student.
- Assist with grant writing.
- Make presentations to the community, at conferences, and at workshops.
- Evaluate student learning difficulties and assist in developing strategies to resolve identified difficulties.
- Write psychological reports.
- Initiate referrals regarding therapeutic treatment, crisis intervention, disability services, and tutoring.
- Stay abreast of psycho-pharmacological effects.
- Teach classes in personal development, marriage enrichment, and other classes as developed by the department. Develop curriculum for new classes as required.
- Supervise interns who are providing counseling services for the department.
- Stay abreast of current research and treatment applications for psychological problems.
- Diagnose educational and psychological testing.
Graduation from an accredited institution with a PhD. of Psychology, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy or Professional Counseling; or a Master of Psychology, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, or Professional Counseling and one year of experience related to the summary of duties. Requires a license as a Marriage and Family Therapist, Psychologist, Social Worker, or Professional Counselor.