The Mental Health counseling position is within the Student Services department at the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine located on a hospital/medical school campus. Position will provide services to medical students, PhD students, allied health students, medical residents, and fellows currently enrolled in the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine (which includes the Alix School of Medicine, Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education, Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences and Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences). The Student Services department consists of a multidisciplinary team including academic advising, disabilities services, and wellness services.
Provides assessment and consultation for adult learners with personal and/or school-related concerns. When appropriate, utilizes mental health expertise counseling skills to provide short-term solution focused counseling. Makes referrals to community providers when appropriate.
Provides program orientation sessions and a variety of life seminars: art of communication, healthy relationships, parenting, stress management etc.
Develops and provides groups and/or outreach.
Provides telemental health services for adult learners via phone and secure video conferencing as needed.
Participates in relevant multidisciplinary team meetings.
Masters degree in psychology, social work, Mental Health Counseling, or related field.
Must have two years post graduate experience providing short-term therapy/counsel with adults.
Prefer current unrestricted license to practice independently in the state of Arizona.
Innovative self-starter willing to assess needs of learners/schools and implement programing as needed.
Training and evidenced expertise in short term evidenced based theoretical models including CBT, ACT and/or DBT.
Experience working with a full range of normal life development client issues/concerns.
Experience working with a full range of psychological disorders.
Strong speaking and educational training skills.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with campus personnel, such as professionals in academic affairs and other student services providers, and provide mental health consultation as appropriate.
Must include to be considered:
Letter of interest detailing the training and employment experiences that qualify you for the position.
Specifically address how your background meets the preferred qualifications.