Duties & Responsibilities
Counseling and Mental Health Services seeks experienced mental health clinician with background in college mental health and diversity to provide initial and urgent care assessment and follow-up treatment to students and their dependents. This mental health clinic is part of Harvard University Health Services (HUHS). This clinician will facilitate evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, consultation, collaboration and referral of students for appropriate care. Counsels and provides outreach and education to undergraduate, graduate and professional school students and administrators. Maintains quality assurance and improvement activities in compliance standards; provides outreach and consults with University administrators. Participates in week-night, after-hours on-call and daytime urgent care schedules. Some of the clinician's time may be spent at one of our satellite clinics at either the Longwood Medical Area or the Law School, providing clinical care to graduate and professional school students in School of Public Health, Division of Medical Sciences, medical and dental school students or Law students. This position reports to the Chief of the Counseling and Mental Health Service.
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (L.I.C.S.W.) with current Massachusetts license.
Familiarity working within a time effective model in a busy clinical practice. Experience working in a college or university setting with a proven focus on outreach and collaboration with university administrators and students on issues of race, sexual identities, first-generation or international student adjustment in a multi-cultural, university setting. Experience with eating disorders is preferable. Clinical fluency and cultural familiarity with the following languages preferred, e.g. Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese.
This is a 10 month, 32 hour per week position.