Clinical Counselor, Office of Counseling Services (Remote, Temporary, Part-Time)
The Marist College Office of Counseling Services seeks a qualified applicant who will serve as a generalist who possesses interest and specialized clinical experience working with students who identify as Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) and other underrepresented students. The ideal candidate understands the impact that experiences of marginalization, inequity and discrimination can have as well as an understanding of intersectionality of diverse identities. This position will work 100% remotely and will provide tele-mental health counseling to our students.
Doctorate in Clinical or Counseling Psychology from an APA-accredited program or Masters in Social Work or Masters in Mental Health Counseling; Licensed or licensed-eligible in New York; At least three years clinical experience, preferably with young adults and/or college students
Provide culturally-sensitive, trauma-informed brief individual, group counseling, and crisis intervention
Design & present outreaches dedicated to destigmatizing mental health; Consultation to faculty, staff, students and families
Referrals on and off-campus to resources for supporting students
Maintain current, accurate and timely clinical documentation using electronic medical record in accordance with state and federal law
Uphold ethical and professional guidelines and Counseling Services policies
Robust clinical skills; Experience working in University Counseling Centers or with young adults in clinical settings; Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment; Demonstrated clinical expertise and training experience serving BIPOC and other underrepresented populations, with an understanding of the intersectionality; Familiarity with electronic medical record (e.g., Titanium); Committed self-care practice to maintain resilience.
About the Department and School
The Office of Counseling Services is a thriving center providing culturally- and trauma-informed services to undergraduate and graduate students while supporting the greater Marist community. Services include individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, psychiatric services and campus-wide psychoeducational programs/outreach. Our multidisciplinary staff consists of mental health counselors, clinical social workers, psychologists, a psychiatrist and consulting nutritionist. We firmly align with social justice and anti-racism work as integral to mental health and healing. We strive for holistic wellness through our working relationships with other campus constituents, such as Health Services, Housing, Accommodations, and Academic Affairs.
Located on the banks of the historic Hudson River and at its Florence, Italy campus, Marist College is a comprehensive, independent institution grounded in the liberal arts. Its mission is to “help students develop the intellect, character, and skills required for enlightened, ethical, and productive lives in the global community of the 21st century.” Marist is consistently recognized for excellence by The Princeton Review (Colleges That Create Futures and The Best 385 Colleges), U.S. News & World Report (10th Best Regional University/North, 5th Most Innovative School/North), Kiplinger’s Personal Finance (“Best College Values”), and others. The College is top-ranked for long-term study abroad (#4 in the U.S.) by the U.S. State Department’s Open Doors report. Marist educates more than 5,000 traditional-age undergraduate students and 1,400 adult and graduate students in 47 undergraduate majors and numerous graduate programs, including fully online MBA, MPA, MS, and MA degrees, and also Doctor of Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant programs. To learn more, please visit https://www.marist.edu/about
Marist College is strongly committed to the principle of diversity and is especially interested in receiving applications from members of ethnic and racial minority groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and persons from other under-represented groups.