The Counseling Center is a unit within UNCG’s Student Health Services. The UNCG Counseling Center provides a wide range of counseling and psychological services to currently enrolled UNCG students. The services may include: short term individual counseling, group therapy, workshops, psychiatric services, and a variety of outreach programs designed to promote self-help and personal growth. Our staff is committed to meeting the needs of people of diverse racial, ethnic and national backgrounds, gender, sexual/affectional orientations, mental and physical abilities, religious/spiritual beliefs, and socioeconomic backgrounds as well as other types of diversity.
Group counseling and/or workshops to address students’ mental and emotional health needs. Short term individual counseling and/or psychotherapy in the areas of personal and educational difficulties, social conflicts, significant adjustment problems, and mental and emotional disorders, including initial assessments and crisis intervention. Diagnose and treat mental and emotional disorders. Appropriate clinical collaboration, consultation and documentation. Clinical Consultation and Outreach Programs that address developmental issues of students, as well as mental and emotional needs of students. Training of practicum/intern graduate students.
The department is recruiting to fill three (3) positions.
• Completion of appropriate course work and supervised training as required by a graduate counseling or clinical social work curriculum. • An earned Master of Social Work or Master of Counseling degree. • A license is required to allow the practice of Counseling (Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor) or Social Work (Licensed Clinical Social Worker). • Demonstrated proficiency in and a commitment to multicultural competence and experience working with individuals from culturally diverse populations, as well as underrepresented and/or underserved populations. • Demonstrated understanding and clinical application of the intersectionality of identity and mental health. • Demonstrated proficiency with the DSM-5. • Ability to work effectively with young adults. • Strong interpersonal skills. • Demonstrated proficiency in delivering mental health interventions via individual and group/workshop modalities. • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and effectively with colleagues and team members.
An earned Master of Social Work or Master of Counseling degree. A North Carolina license is required to allow the practice of Counseling (LCMHC/LCMHCA) or Social Work (LCSWA/LCSW).
Internal Number: 998978, 014113, 998657
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