The Clinical Services Coordinator for Counseling Services at the UDC Counseling and Student Development Center provides comprehensive psychological services, clinical supervision, and mental health outreach programs to meet the mental health and developmental needs of students and others in the campus community. The Clinical Services Coordinator functions as a clinician and also has core administrative, training, and outreach responsibilities. The Clinical Services Coordinator oversees and coordinates the Center's clinical training program. The ideal Clinical Services Coordinator is a hard-working, bright, energetic, team-oriented professional who enjoys working with marginalized communities.
The Clinical Services Coordinator provides mental health services to university students, including initial assessment, crisis management, individual and group therapy, and provides clinical supervision of non-licensed trainees. In addition to direct clinical services all clinicians of the Counseling Center are required to promote the Counseling Center’s mission and mental health awareness through mental health outreach, clinical training and supervision, and program coordination.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provision of individual and group counseling, supervision of interns, outreach and prevention, brief psychological assessment, and crisis intervention
Supervises graduate level psychology trainees and psychiatric residents
Plans and administers training activities for graduate level clinical trainees
Implements a system of assessment and evaluation for all major facets of his/her work
Serves on University committees or task forces related to student development and student retention
Develops and participates in outreach services to meet the mental health needs of the University student community, including educational workshops, groups, student activities, consultation and training programs for faculty and staff
Performs other duties as assigned
Master’s or Doctoral degree in Psychology, Counseling, or Social Work
Licensed Psychologist or Clinical Social Worker in the District of Columbia; or the ability to obtain the required license within six months of the appointment.
Internal Number: 1272
About University of the District of Columbia
The University of the District of Columbia is a pacesetter in urban education that offers affordable and effective undergraduate, graduate, professional, and workplace learning opportunities. The institution is the premier gateway to postsecondary education and research for all residents of the District of Columbia. As a public, historically black, and land-grant institution, the University’s responsibility is to build a diverse generation of competitive, civically engaged scholars and leaders. The only public university in the nation’s capital and the only urban land-grant university in the United States, The University of the District of Columbia is committed to a broad mission of education, research and community service. Established by abolitionist Myrtilla Miner in 1851, the University of DC offers Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees and a host of workplace development services designed to create opportunities for student success. The University is comprised of a Community College, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, School of Business and Public Administration, College of arts and Sciences, College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences, and the David A. Clarke School of Law.