This title is in the unclassified service and in the SUNY Professional Services Negotiating Unit.
As a family, the psychological counseling series provides students with a comprehensive campus counseling service including psychotherapy, personal counseling, educational and vocational counseling, and testing services.
Assists in developing and implementing mental health programs for the campus community including the provision of individual and group therapy and counseling to students, assessment interviews, referrals, and consultation with faculty and staff around issues related to the developmental and psychological needs of college students. Provides individual and short duration counseling to students seeking assistance with personal, social, educational, or vocational problems; performs crisis intervention and consults or refers to psychiatric and/or medical resources as needed. Provides group counseling to students seeking assistance with educational, vocational, personal, or social problems; develops, trains, and participates with staff or students in presenting workshops to promote interpersonal and academic skills. Provides assistance to specialized programs or to particular student groups as identified by the Director of the Counseling Center. Provides faculty and staff consultation and resources in their work with students and encourages their participation in providing students both individual and group assistance; develops workshops for the training of faculty in interpersonal skills. Develops training programs to promote staff development in counseling methods and techniques; participates in the initial and on-going training of residence hall and other appropriate staff. Researches relevant campus issues such as alcohol abuse, human sexuality, study skills, etc.; recommends and designs educational programs to assist students in their development in these areas. Assists in processing student withdrawals, leaves of absences, and re-admissions as directed. Performs other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
Master's degree in counseling, counseling/clinical psychology, or equivalent.
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