USC Student Counseling and Mental Health (https://engemannshc.usc.edu/counseling/) seeks an experienced psychologist, social worker, or marriage and family therapists to join a diverse and dynamic multidisciplinary team who are strongly committed to providing excellent clinical treatment, training, and outreach services regarding mental health and wellness. We are seeking candidates who have strong clinical skills, are familiar with the duties associated with a university counseling center, and thrive in a fast-paced, collaborative, collegial, professional environment.
The USC Student Counseling and Mental Health provides mental health services to students so that they may achieve their academic and personal goals. Services we provide include: individual, couples and group counseling; assessment and referral to other professionals and institutions; crisis intervention (including some after hours coverage); biofeedback; psychiatric evaluations and medication follow-up; consultation; outreach and prevention; and training and supervision.
We are committed to providing quality mental and educational services in accordance with the ethical and legal standards of our profession. We appreciate and honor diversity and work with all students with compassion, respect and dignity. We advocate for and empower our students in pursuing their goals and personal development.
Training is an important function in our center. We are committed to providing professional training opportunities for trainees in psychology, social work, and medicine (med students and residents). The entire staff is involved in our training programs including participating in and promoting self-reflection. Our students benefit from multidisciplinary collaboration and we adopt a bio-psycho-social approach in our work whenever appropriate.
We are committed to making the Center a work environment characterized by respect, mutual support, and team work, and the sharing of diverse and honest opinions among our staff is encouraged. We value and honor the diversity of the students we serve as well as the diversity of our staff and the unique contributions of each member. Staff are committed to ongoing learning, self-awareness, and cultural competency.
The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is the largest private employer in the City of Los Angeles. As an employee of USC, you will be a part of a world-class research university and a member of the "Trojan Family," which is comprised of the faculty, students and staff that make the university what it is.
1. Doctorate in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program, or Master’s degree in Social Work or Marriage & Family Therapy
2. Licensed in the state of California
3. Multicultural competency in working with students of color, students from all economic classes, first generation students, LGBTQ students, and international students
1. Work experience in college/university counseling centers
2. Excellent diagnostic and crisis intervention skills and experience
3. Commitment to the highest ethical standards of professional practice and to professional integrity
4. Demonstrated knowledge, experience, and skills in short term individual psychotherapy, group process work, and training
5. Resilient and can thrive in a fast paced, demanding environment
6. Desire to continue to grow as a professional and committed to excellence
7. Expertise and experience with LGBT populations; men’s issues; international students; substance abuse; and wellness.
8. Foreign language skills are welcome.
Additional Salary Information: Competitive with excellent benefits. This is a full-time, clinical (non-academic) faculty position in the Division of Student Counseling and Mental Health in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Keck School of Medicine of USC.
Internal Number: REQ20070273
About University of Southern California, Department of Psychiatry, Division of Student Mental Health
At the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, our faculty and staff integrate the vanguards of science, medicine, education, and psychology and behavioral health to deliver compassionate patient care; provide exceptional training for students, residents and fellows; and conduct leading-edge research.
The department plays a key role in USC’s healthcare system by developing and teaching best practices and serving the diverse and often underserved patients and communities of Los Angeles through interdisciplinary and inter-professional collaboration, teamwork and shared models of excellence in care.
With our expansive, world-class research programs, department faculty members maintain particular strengths in psychiatric genetics, clinical treatments and health services research.
Our educational programming features internationally known leaders in curriculum, evaluation, research and teaching methodology. Faculty members are committed to the best possible educational experience for students, residents, fellows and other trainees — and are dedicated to their development as clinicians, teachers, researchers and leaders.