$80K — $100K *
The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is the largest private employer in the City of Los Angeles. As an employee of USC, you will be a part of a world-class research university and a member of the "Trojan Family," which is comprised of the faculty, students and staff that make the university what it is.
USC Counseling and Mental Health Services is seeking a full-time board eligible or certified Psychiatrist to care for the student body population at USC. This is an exempt faculty position, Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & The Behavioral Sciences (Clinician Educator) in the Division of Student Mental Health in the Department of Psychiatry & The Behavioral Sciences at the Keck School of Medicine of USC.
Description of the Center
USC Counseling and Mental Health Services provide mental health services to students so that they may achieve their academic and personal goals. Services we provide include: individual and group counseling; assessment and referral to other professionals and institutions; crisis intervention (including some after-hours coverage); case management; biofeedback; psychiatric evaluations and medication follow-up; consultation; outreach and prevention; and training and supervision.
We are committed to providing quality mental and educational services in accordance with the ethical and legal standards of our profession. We appreciate and honor diversity and work with all students with compassion, respect and dignity. We advocate for and empower our students in pursuing their goals and personal development.
Training is an important function in our center. We are committed to providing professional training opportunities for trainees in psychology, social work, and medicine (i.e. medical students). The entire faculty is involved in our training programs including individual supervision, group supervision, case consults, and/or seminars. The training also includes participating in and promoting self-reflection. Our students benefit from multidisciplinary collaboration and we adopt a bio-psycho-social approach in our work whenever appropriate.
We are committed to making the Center a work environment characterized by respect, mutual support, and team work, and the sharing of diverse opinions among our faculty. We value and honor the diversity of the students we serve as well as the diversity of our faculty and the unique contributions of each member. Faculty are committed to ongoing learning, self-awareness, and cultural competency.
Valid through: 8/10/2020
$80K — $100K
25 days ago