Provide direct individual and/or group counseling to a diverse community college student population, to include academically challenged students, first generation students, low-income students and 21st Century Scholars.
- Create, organize, plan, and perform mental health related educational, preventative, and proactive outreach programming to the college community.
- Plan and implement awareness weeks (e.g. depression, suicide prevention week, alcohol, etc.)
- Engage faculty across departments about the relationship between psychological issues and academic success, about health and counseling services, and about referral protocol.
- Be a member of the Behavioral Intervention Team (Aware) and work collaboratively with the Team and all college officials.
- Create ongoing evaluative procedures to determine effectiveness of outreach programming.
- Provide crisis intervention, assessment, and consultation.
- Gather information about community mental health resources and build a relationship with those agencies to be used as referrals.
- Refer students and/or family members to community resources or to specialists as necessary.
- Participate in Student Affairs staff development meetings and committee assignments.
- Maintain confidentiality of student records.
- Participate in ongoing professional development as required to maintain licensure.
- Perform other work-related duties as assigned. The above list of duties is not to be construed as an exhaustive list. Other duties logically associated with the position may be assigned.