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University of Northern IowaLocation: Cedar Falls, IA 50614 Document ID: AB345-2IPM Posted on: 2017-11-1511/15/2017 Job Type: Regular
Mental Health Therapist
Provides assessment and individual and group therapy to a diverse student population; provides consultation to faculty and staff regarding students' counseling needs; plans and conducts workshops and other outreach activities for various university groups; participates in training and professional development activities; provides crisis assessment and intervention services; and practices in accordance with appropriate legal and ethical standards.
Master's or doctoral degree in mental health counseling, psychology, social work, or marriage and family therapy required.
At least two years of experience providing direct client therapy required.
Iowa licensure as a mental health counselor, psychologist, social worker, or marriage and family therapist or ability to attain a license within one year of hire required.
College counseling center experience and experience serving diverse and underserved populations preferred.
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Student Health Center
Department URL: https://counseling.uni.edu/
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