Personal Support Counselor (PC

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The Personal Support Counselor serves as a member of the Office of Student Affairs and provides intervention services that support the psychological and emotional well-being of PCOM students. Services include providing individual short-term counseling intervention, referrals for longer-term therapy, wellness/life-skills workshops, group counseling facilitation, crisis consultation, and crisis intervention/ management. This position is based at PCOM (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania). Essential Duties and Responsibilities Duties and responsibilities include (but are not limited to) the following: Provide short-term individual and group counseling in-person and virtually. Collaborate with counseling staff on Georgia and South Georgia campuses to provide institution-wide initiatives and support. Collaborate with other PCOM support services (i.e. CBT, off-campus Student Assistance Programs). Provide support and guidance during campus crises. Coordinate and assist in the creation of and provision of training for faculty, staff and student audiences. Help disseminate mental health and suicide prevention information with a strong focus on self-care strategies and techniques. Possess a record of successful experience working as a counselor in a college counseling center, preferably with both graduate and undergraduate students, providing the services above. Demonstrate the ability to design and implement innovative personal support programs. Possess an understanding of the psychological challenges inherent to being enrolled in highly competitive graduate and professional degree programs. Have a record of experience in delivering both individual and group counseling models. Position Requirements *Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. and pass a criminal background check. Education A master's degree in counseling or a related field is required. A PhD or PsyD in counseling, psychology or related field is preferred. Experience Five years of experience working in college counseling is required. Experience with medical students preferred. Experience working with graduate/professional students. Certifications, Licenses, Registrations PA licensed mental health provider is a requir
The Personal Support Counselor serves as a member of the Office of Student Affairs and provides intervention services that support the psychological and emotional well-being of PCOM students. Services include providing individual short-term counseling intervention, referrals for longer-term therapy, wellness/life-skills workshops, group counseling facilitation, crisis consultation, and crisis intervention/ management. This position is based at PCOM (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania). Essential Duties and Responsibilities Duties and responsibilities include (but are not limited to) the following: Provide short-term individual and group counseling in-person and virtually. Collaborate with counseling staff on Georgia and South Georgia campuses to provide institution-wide initiatives and support. Collaborate with other PCOM support services (i.e. CBT, off-campus Student Assistance Programs). Provide support and guidance during campus crises. Coordinate and assist in the creation of and provision of training for faculty, staff and student audiences. Help disseminate mental health and suicide prevention information with a strong focus on self-care strategies and techniques. Possess a record of successful experience working as a counselor in a college counseling center, preferably with both graduate and undergraduate students, providing the services above. Demonstrate the ability to design and implement innovative personal support programs. Possess an understanding of the psychological challenges inherent to being enrolled in highly competitive graduate and professional degree programs. Have a record of experience in delivering both individual and group counseling models. Position Requirements *Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. and pass a criminal background check. Education A master's degree in counseling or a related field is required. A PhD or PsyD in counseling, psychology or related field is preferred. Experience Five years of experience working in college counseling is required. Experience with medical students preferred. Experience working with graduate/professional students. Certifications, Licenses, Registrations PA licensed mental health provider is a requir
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