Contributes to the educational mission of Tilman J. Fertitta
College of Medicine (COM) through clinical teaching, training, and
supervision of student clinicians in medical and behavioral health
- Provides outpatient mental health services by applying
evidence-based practice principles that are culturally guided and
- Partners with community health workers, schools, and medical
teams to coordinate access to care.
- Implements needs assessment consultations and develops
- Participates in a range of treatment programs to include but
not limited to; clinics for disruptive behavior, internalizing
problems, dialectical behavior therapy, and other areas of
- Participates in community outreach activities.
- Provides clinical supervision and training for graduate student
- Provides clinical observation opportunities for medical
students in the UH Health Family Care Center (FCC) as part of the
Longitudinal Primary Care Course and Psychiatry Clerkship.
- Contributes to clinical in-service trainings for FCC
Masters and 3 years experience
Education: Requires a thorough understanding of advanced
principles, techniques and theory in a professional discipline or a
thorough general business management knowledge. Knowledge of this
level is typically obtained through a directly job-related Master's
degree or equivalent formal training in a recognized field of
specialization that is directly related to the type of work being
performed.Preferred: Degree from an accredited license-track mental
health clinical training program.Experience: Requires a minimum of
three (3) years of directly job-related
experience.Certification/Licensing: Requires technical
certification or licensing directly related to the job, as
specified on the job posting details.Preferred: Licensed/License
eligible for the practice of clinical social work, mental health
counseling, or clinical psychology in the State of Texas.