Post Graduate Fellow
Post Graduate Fellow
Target Hire Date
08/01/2021 - 4 months to go
Join our community and experience Emerson College!
While being supervised, you will provide triage and intake assessment, individual psychotherapy, and crisis intervention for undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in communications and the arts. You will support the developmental and psychological growth of students, including outreach activities, ancillary and consultative work across campus.
Gain clinical training in brief psychotherapy, crisis intervention, and community consultation.
While being supervised, you will provide triage and intake assessment, individual psychotherapy, and crisis intervention for undergraduate and graduate students. You will support the developmental and psychological growth of students through outreach activities, ancillary and consultative work across campus.
What We Do:
Emerson Counseling and Psychological Services (ECAPS) offers clinical training in brief psychotherapy, crisis intervention, and community consultation.
Your Key Responsibilities:
- Provide individual psychological evaluation, short-term
psychotherapy, crisis intervention, referrals, and case management
to students with diverse backgrounds and ethnicities who are in
- Provide emergency daytime coverage for students in acute
crisis, triage needs, arrange outside administrative, transport and
medical/hospital intervention as needed; consult with involved
professionals, college staff, and family or friends when indicated;
follow all ethical, legal, and clinical standards of
- Communicate regularly with center staff on clinical and
administrative matters and enhance departmental collaboration and
quality of care provided to students by attending scheduled
clinical team meetings, case conferences, individual and group
supervision and peer supervision as assigned.
- Participate in on-call rotation, responding to after-hours
emergencies as needed
- Maintain appropriate clinical records by writing on-going case
notes, intake and termination summaries in accordance with
Massachusetts state laws.
- Provide outreach and programming offerings to the campus
community including training of resident assistants, crisis
debriefings, and workshops. Consult with campus professionals
regarding student mental health and well-being. Some outreach
programs may be scheduled evenings or weekends.
- Participate in external professional associations to maintain
and extend clinical knowledge and expertise; sustain and deepen the
knowledge base of best current practices in psychology and college
mental health with regular educational activities and conference
Important Instructions: Please include a cover letter, a copy of your transcript, and three (3) letters of reference by using the 'Upload' button when submitting your application.
Grade of Position: A14N
Scheduled Weekly Hours: 36.25
Hiring Range: $42,750.00 - $44,700.00
To apply, please visit: https://emerson.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Emerson_College_Staff/job/Boston-Campus/Post-Doctoral-Fellow_JR002402
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