Staff Counselor, Black Special

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The Health & Counseling Center (HCC) at Reed College is accepting applications for a Staff Counselor - Black Specialist, who focuses on providing services to support the success and mental well-being of Black/African-American students through the provision of clinical services. These services include conducting initial assessments, providing individual and group therapy/workshops, consultation, outreach, programming, and collaboration with campus partners. As with all Counseling Services staff, this position serves as a generalist, providing a full range of clinical services to the larger Reed student population. The creation of this position is a part of Reed College's commitment to antiracism and social justice. The successful candidate has a comprehensive understanding of the lived experiences of Black/African-American young adults or students, particularly in predominantly white institutions. Understanding the impact of racial stress, racial trauma, anti-Blackness, Black identity development, multiracial identity, and systemic racism will be critical to success in this position. Candidates from marginalized groups or groups historically underrepresented in higher education are highly encouraged to apply. This is a full-time, exempt, 10-month position August through May with regular working hours Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Starting annual salary for this position is $61,500. Reed College offers an exceptional benefits package , including comprehensive medical and dental insurance, 403(b) retirement plan with 10% employer contribution (after one year of service), 22 days of paid vacation, paid holidays and many other campus amenities. Who You Are You are excellent at building rapport with Black clients. Your clients trust you. You are committed to rebuilding trust and maintaining trust, once established. You prefer to incorporate non-Western ideology and philosophy in your approach to psychotherapy, i.e. awareness of integration of body, mind, and spirit; awareness of somatic practices; appreciation for the power and value of the collective and collective healing. You are committed to building and fostering community. You are self-reflective. Others would say you are able to reflect on p
The Health & Counseling Center (HCC) at Reed College is accepting applications for a Staff Counselor - Black Specialist, who focuses on providing services to support the success and mental well-being of Black/African-American students through the provision of clinical services. These services include conducting initial assessments, providing individual and group therapy/workshops, consultation, outreach, programming, and collaboration with campus partners. As with all Counseling Services staff, this position serves as a generalist, providing a full range of clinical services to the larger Reed student population. The creation of this position is a part of Reed College's commitment to antiracism and social justice. The successful candidate has a comprehensive understanding of the lived experiences of Black/African-American young adults or students, particularly in predominantly white institutions. Understanding the impact of racial stress, racial trauma, anti-Blackness, Black identity development, multiracial identity, and systemic racism will be critical to success in this position. Candidates from marginalized groups or groups historically underrepresented in higher education are highly encouraged to apply. This is a full-time, exempt, 10-month position August through May with regular working hours Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Starting annual salary for this position is $61,500. Reed College offers an exceptional benefits package , including comprehensive medical and dental insurance, 403(b) retirement plan with 10% employer contribution (after one year of service), 22 days of paid vacation, paid holidays and many other campus amenities. Who You Are You are excellent at building rapport with Black clients. Your clients trust you. You are committed to rebuilding trust and maintaining trust, once established. You prefer to incorporate non-Western ideology and philosophy in your approach to psychotherapy, i.e. awareness of integration of body, mind, and spirit; awareness of somatic practices; appreciation for the power and value of the collective and collective healing. You are committed to building and fostering community. You are self-reflective. Others would say you are able to reflect on p
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