founded in 1831, is a diverse,
energetic liberal arts community where critical thinking and
practical idealism go hand in hand.
Wesleyan University has approximately 2,900 undergraduate and
100 graduate students. The office of Counseling and Psychological
Services ( CAPS ) operates on a weekday schedule of 8:30 AM – 4:30
PM with limited evening appointments, as well as 24/7 clinician
access through an on-call rotation.
Outreach is included in the services provided and is essential to
the community health model to which CAPS adheres.
CAPS provides education, consultation, and training to students,
faculty, and staff.
Reporting to the Director of CAPS , the psychotherapist will
provide individual and group psychotherapy for students presenting
with a wide range of emotional concerns.
- Provide individual and group psychotherapy for students with a
wide range of mental health concerns, as well as consultation to
students, administrators, faculty, and staff.
- Conduct outreach, education, and prevention work with the
larger Wesleyan community.
- Provide education, outreach, and training services to student
groups, faculty, and administrators (deans, residence life, public
- Work with student groups (and others)helping to effectively
develop programs of interest.
- Provide supervision to trainees.
- Maintain clinical case files in accordance with legal, ethical,
and professional standards.
- Complete special projects and other duties as assigned.
Work one evening per week to meet the limited evening availability
This position works full time (37.5 hours per week) for 43 weeks
during the calendar year and is off during summers.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker ( LCSW ) in CT, or Licensed
Professional Counselor ( LPC ) in CT, or Licensed Marriage and
Family Therapist ( LMFT ) in CT or licensed clinical or counseling
psychologist (LP) in CT or eligible for immediate licensure in
Masters in Psychology or Social work or a related field with a
minimum of two years of clinical professional experience working
with clients who present with an array of psychiatric issues or an
equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Experience working with high risk therapy clients.
Experience managing a high case load and work in fast paced
Experience with documentation of case files in accordance with
legal, ethical, and professional standards.
Ability to work effectively in a multidisciplinary team providing
comprehensive clinical support.
Excellent communication skills.
Experience working with clients from historically marginalized
Demonstrated commitment to working within a diverse environment and
interacting collegially with individuals of different
PhD or PsyD in clinical or counseling psychology or Masters
degree in Clinical Social Work .
At least two years of professional clinical experience with a late
adolescent/emerging adult population.
Experience working in a university counseling setting.
Experience with outreach.
Special Instructions to Applicants
The position is open until filled. For full consideration
please apply by September 29, 2022 when first review of
applications will begin.
All offers to external applicants are contingent on the
candidate’s completion of apre-employment
background check screening
to the satisfaction of
Wesleyan University requires proof of
eligible under CDC guidelines) or an approvedexemption
to first day of employment.
Wesleyan University, located in Middletown, Connecticut, does
not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, age,
gender, gender identity or expression, national origin, marital
status, ancestry, present or past history of mental disorder,
learning disability or physical disability, political belief,
veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information or
non-position-related criminal record. We welcome applications from
women and historically underrepresented minority groups. Inquiries
regarding Title IX, Section 504, or any other non-discrimination
policies should be directed to: Alison Williams, Vice President for
Equity & Inclusion/ Title IX Officer, 860-685-3927, firstname.lastname@example.org.