Provide clinical psychology services for component-level programs and other clinical settings. Work as a clinical and counseling psychologist providing services at a high standard of quality, enabling the contract to mitigate the effects of high operational tempos and co-occurring individual and family stress.
Provide technical expertise, guidance, and direct clinical services in operational psychology to military forces. Work in concert with existing active duty, operational psychologists or independently if no such active duty psychologist is available, to plan and initiate resiliency programs for preventing and treating behavioral health issues to support all aspects of service member readiness and resilience.
Provide direct service to students, faculty and staff in the form of individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, clinical assessment, outreach programs, consultation services, supervision of trainees, research and evaluation, and service to the University community.