NYU's Global Programs & University Life organization is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity and accessibility that inform academic excellence. Employees in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive and accessible learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.
Provide clinical assessment, short-term psychotherapy, and group therapy to a diverse student population; provide consultation to faculty and staff regarding student's counseling needs; plan and conduct outreach activities for various university groups; participate in training and professional development activities; provide crisis assessment and intervention services; practice in accordance with appropriate legal and ethical standards. Responsibilities will also include assessing suicidal concerns and when appropriate, arranging for hospitalization, assessing severity of presenting problems, formulating treatment plans, and providing appropriate psychotherapeutic interventions which may include referral for long-term treatment. Responsibilities will be performed both in-person and remotely as indicated.
Master's Degree in Social Work and LCSW.
3+ years of post-master's clinical experience. NY License or license eligible.
Experience with diverse student populations
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Excellent communication skills; strong problem solving skills.
In compliance with NYC’s Pay Transparency Act, the annual base salary range for this position is $58,500.00 - $102,000.00. New York University considers factors such as (but not limited to) scope and responsibilities of the position, candidate’s work experience, education/training, key skills, internal peer equity, as well as market and organizational considerations when extending an offer.
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