Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to set up a counseling office that would include individual counseling as well as group counseling and training?
We are recruiting for a Director, Counseling and Psychological Services to oversee the clinical, education, outreach and training, program promotion, and administrative needs of the Counseling Department.Â Â The counselor will provide counseling,consultation and outreach to the community at Gladstone Institutes in our in-house counseling center.Â Gladstone will utilize a hybrid counseling center/EAP model to support our highly educated, multi-talented and diverse community. The successful incumbent will work comfortably and competently with a diverse group of individuals who function at various professional levels and who come from a host of countries, backgrounds and perspectives.Â Â
Â Â Â Â Â Â Clinical Services
Provides intake, assessment, counseling, referral, and follow-up services to employees. Such services include: Short-term therapeutic intervention with a broad range of personal and work-related problems; Clinical psychosocial intervention in crisis situations; and Case management and referral to community resources for continuing support. Clinical and case management documentation in accordance with professional and privacy standards, and legal and ethical guidelines
Delivers counseling and intervention to groups, departments or labs as neededâ¨
Facilitates support groups (i.e. âœSelf-Compassionâ group, âœAdjustment to Life in the U.S.â groups).â¨
Consults with supervisors and managers about individual and organizational challenges
Maintains strict confidentiality in all relevant aspects of his/her clinical work and clinically-related activitiesâ¨
Education, Outreach, and Training
Provides special training to supervisors on identification of troubled employees, intervention techniques, diversity equity and inclusion as it relates to mental health, and appropriate use of program services.â¨
Creates and leads relevant on-site presentations (i.e. âœLunch and Learnsâ)â¨
Identifies community resources for minoritized employees, particularly Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC)
Develops and presents educational programs on various topics including those related to: psychological and emotional well-being; stress management; impacts of social/racial injustice; the workplace; relationships; family issues; substance abuse; managing change; and communication skills. â¨
Â Actively participate in efforts to increase awareness of Counseling programs, including: â¨participation in training such as new employee orientation, new faculty orientation, health fairs, etc; other in-person promotional programming as it occurs.â¨
Â Administrative Functions
Develops and implements department goals
Maintains client statistical information. â¨
Manages counseling records including scheduling, intake, and progress notes and correspondence as neededâ¨
Develops, updates, coordinates, and evaluates information and referral resources, (including private practitioners), that support program services found on campus as well as in the community. â¨
Assists in developing and implementing new program components and executes special projects as assignedÂ â¨
Other duties as assigned â¨
Education& Experience Requirements:Â
7+ years exp and Ph.D. or Psy.D. in clinical or counseling psychology with licensure to practice independently in the state of California in the associated field.Â Â
10+ Masterâ™s degree in clinical social work or marriage and family counseling with licensure
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Experience in counseling, assessment and diagnosis, outreach and consultation.
Demonstrated crisis management skills.
Current knowledge of and adherence to ethical, legal and professional guidelines.
Leadership, problem-solving, and public speaking skills.
Skilled at building constructive and effective relationships
Familiarity with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Licensing and Certifications: Ph.D or Psy.D. in clinical or counseling psychology or MS in clinical social work or marriage and family counseling. Must be licensed to practice in the state of California.
The Gladstone Institutes is an independent, not-for-profit research institution affiliated with the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), transforming the health and well-being of all people through medical research, education, and outreach in the fields focused on heart disease, immunology and virology including HIV/AIDS, and neurological disease. Home to notable leaders in the field of medical science, including 2012 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine recipient Shinya Yamanaka, M.D.,Ph.D. Gladstone is comprised of four institutes in addition to various Centers and programs focusing approximately 500 members of our team on its mission: Science Overcoming Disease. Located in an award-winning building adjacent to UCSF's Mission Bay Campus, Gladstone offers a competitive salary and benefits program within a robust environment for those seeking to maximize their potential. Please consider Gladstone and make a difference in human health.