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The Master's Level Mental Health Counselor role involves the delivery of clinical services to IU students using CAPS. Clinical services include individual, couples, group and crisis counseling. Serves on the triage team when asked by the Director. Assists with reducing stigma associated with mental health services that create barriers for underserved and marginalized communities. Collaborates with members of CAPS' multi-disciplinary staff. Serves on after-hours crisis response teams on an as needed basis, in the event of larger scale campus crises. Delivers outreach programs, as needed. The Master's Level Mental Health Counselor's work in all of these domains is expected to be culturally competent / informed and consistent with the learning objectives of the Division of Student Services. This role may involve the supervision of a master's level mental health student in one of the mental health disciplines.
Master's degree in a relevant mental health area from an accredited program.
Licensed LCSW or LMHC, or license eligible.
Basic computer skills. Ability to effectively communicate and exchange information with a wide diversity of individuals.
Two years post-degree experience. Demonstrated experience providing clinical services and outreach programs to underrepresented student populations, particularly but not limited to, students of Black and African American ethnicities.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: HE
Job Function: Health Services
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