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Pratt Staff Clinician (71101) in United States

Pratt Institute is seeking a Staff Clinician to join its dynamic team at the Brooklyn campus. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing clinical services, supporting the Center's training program in mental health, and participating in outreach and community engagement. The Center offers crisis, individual, and group services to its diverse and international community of students. The Center is staffed by 5 full-time experienced clinicians; 3 psychologists 2 clinical social workers and 2 part-time clinicians; a psychiatrist and a director of training, whose practice is informed by humanistic, developmental, psychodynamic, and cognitive-behavioral theoretical orientations. In-person or virtual consultations and crisis counseling are offered to students as needed.

The Counseling Center is located in the main Brooklyn campus in the historic neighborhood of Clinton Hill and offers satellite services in its Manhattan campus in Union Square. As a member of the Counseling Center staff, a successful candidate will be joining a team that strives to create a safe, affirming, respectful, accepting, and welcoming environment that embraces all forms of diversity. Our purpose is to help students navigate their unique identities, personal experiences, attitudes, beliefs, and values as they build upon their future and their health. The Counseling Center, as Pratt Institute as a whole, is committed to increasing the diversity of the campus community. Candidates are encouraged to describe their contributions to creating or sustaining a climate of inclusivity.

The Counseling Center works as a JED campus partner to join other areas of the Institute to design well-being and resilience practices that support students' mental health. Implementation of those recommendations will include collaboration across the University.

On a typical day, you will be required to:

  • Conducts individual counseling of undergraduate and graduate students, performs crisis intervention and management, conducts, and supervises psychological evaluations/intakes, consultations, disposition treatment planning, and referrals, and alerts staff of emergencies as needed; provides consultation services.

  • Supervises crisis intervention and on-going counseling provided by trainee staff.

  • Participates in inter-divisional programs, including groups and psychoeducational workshops to increase student well-being.

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