February 23, 2007

CSPP Announcements

This is a reminder for all students who want to walk in the Graduate School Commencement Ceremony on May 11, 2007. The deadline to hand in this form (which must be signed by your advisor) is MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2007, please see details below.


Hello CSPP Students:

Here are two important documents, one is the “Important Commencement Ceremony Memo� (Download file) from Pat McCarthy Veach, the other is the “Commencement Attendance Approval Form� (Download file) from the Graduate School. Please review the letter from Pat, complete the form, and have it signed by your advisor. If you wish to take part in the May ceremony, it is essential that you have this completed, signed form in by the deadline. You must hand your completed and signed form in to Emily in 206 Burton BY MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2007 so that it can be signed by the DGS and then we will get it to the Graduate School by their deadline.

Please note that successfully completing the Commencement Attendance Approval Form will allow you to walk in the commencement ceremony in May, however, there are different forms that must be completed to receive your official degree/diploma. CSPP will send you additional emails later in the semester to give you details about the forms, requirements, and deadlines for receiving your degree.

If you have any questions, please ask your advisor or Emily in the CSPP office.

Posted by lind0449 at 10:15 AM

Employment Opportunities

The Center for Early Education and Development at the University of Minnesota is searching for a Research Fellow or Research Associate (at or near the doctoral level) to coordinate our evaluation work for the Minnesota Early Learning Foundation. We are particularly interested in folks with a strong background in evaluation and/or research, and a clear understanding of contemporary issues in early childhood care and education. This is a professional position; while funded by soft money, we hope the individual in this position will contribute to CEED's ongoing work in applied research, outreach, and training. We know there are many strong candidates for this position, and hope you will help find those candidates and encourage them to apply!

This position will remain open until filled. To receive fullest consideration, please submit the application materials by March 15, 2007. An on-line application is required for this position. Please access the University of Minnesota employment system at https://employment.umn.edu, complete an online application, and search for Requisition #146355.
Supporting materials such as the cover letter and curriculum vitae may be attached electronically to the on-line application or mailed to: Rebecca Johnston, Center for Early Education & Development, 207 Pattee Hall, University of Minnesota, 150 Pillsbury Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN, 55455.

The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all persons have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

Rebecca Johnston, Administrator
Center for Early Education and Development University of Minnesota
207 Pattee Hall
150 Pillsbury Dr SE
Minneapolis MN 55455
(p) 612.624.5780
(f) 612.625.2093


Argosy University - Twin Cities

Position Summary:
The Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University/Twin Cities anticipates filling three full time core faculty openings within the Department of Clinical Psychology (two are new positions and one is a replacement position). One position may be filled as early as January, 2007, and all positions will be filled by September, 2007. The primary responsibility for each of these positions involves teaching in our APA approved doctoral training program in clinical psychology. In addition to teaching duties, one position may include a half time appointment as Director of Internship Training and one position may include a half time appointment as Associate Program Chair, as described below.

Specific priorities in filling these positions are listed below. Applicants who have interest and qualification in at least two of the following areas are desirable.

I. Clinical Psychology. This area includes teaching foundation courses in assessment and/or interventions, and more specialized courses in the assessment and treatment of populations in the applicant’s area of expertise.

II. Multi-culturalism and clinical work with diverse populations. We are specifically seeking an individual who can teach courses, provide clinical supervision, and supervise student research in this area.

III. Scientific foundations. This area includes teaching basic courses in one or more of the following areas: cognitive psychology, social psychology, physiological psychology, developmental psychology, as well as statistics & research methods. An applicant with a doctorate in an area other than clinical psychology would be considered for this position.

IV. Director of Internship Training (Half time, to be included as part of a full time core faculty position) Duties include serving as institutional liaison for the internship match process, development and monitoring of local internship sites, assisting students in the internship application process, and maintaining liaison with internship students and supervisors during the year of placement.

V. Associate Program Chair (Half time, to be included as part of a full time core faculty position) This position will include a variety of duties including student advising, data collection and analysis for accreditation purposes, development of class schedules, assistance with practicum training, and other tasks assigned by the program chair.

Core Faculty Duties and Responsibilities
• Teach five courses per year.
• Lead two practicum seminars or professionalization groups per year.
• Administrative or training duties may be assigned in lieu of teaching
• Mentor the professional development of clinical psychology students
• Supervise doctoral level dissertation research.
• Serve on faculty and institutional committees.
• Perform other normal faculty duties as assigned by the Program Chair.

• Doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology
• APA approved degree program and internship preferred
• Licensed (or licensed eligible) as a psychologist in the state of Minnesota
• Clinical experience is required.
• Teaching experience is highly desirable.
• Interpersonal skills requisite for mentoring and supervising students
• Collegial and professional approach

Argosy University/Twin Cities is an AA/EO employer and educator strongly committed to maintaining a climate supporting equality of opportunity and respect for differences based on gender, culture, ethnicity, disability and sexual orientation. We particularly encourage applications from individuals who would enhance the diversity of our workforce.

Director of Human Resources
Argosy University of Twin Cities
1515 Central Parkway

Eagan , MN 55121
Fax: 612.921.9574
Email: recruitingtc@argosyu.edu

Posted by lind0449 at 9:35 AM


Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2007 3:12 PM
Subject: 4 Diverse Newsletters

Dear Colleague,

Last year, MCAE Press created 4 ethnic-specific newsletters. We wish to showcase the achievements of the University's excellent ethnic studies departments and affiliated faculty, staff, and students as a way of building better bridges to our ever-growing communities of color. We hope you enjoy the attached Fall 2006 newsletters and pass them along to others.
Please have a wonderful semester.

Download file
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Best Wishes,

Dr. Sharon Suzuki-Martinez
MCAE Press

Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence Office of the Vice President and Vice Provost for Equity and Diversity

181 Klaeber Court
320 16th Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455


The Honors and Awards Committee (HAC) is pleased to announce the posting of

13 new CEHD awards to be given to faculty, students and staff this spring.

The due date for nominations for all these awards is March 21, 2007. Full details are posted at http://intranet.education.umn.edu/Committees/HAC/awards-HAV.html

Please step forward and nominate a deserving colleague, staff member or student for one or more of these awards.

Thank you!
Joan Garfield
Chair, HAC


Dear CEHD Community,

Please mark your calendar for this upcoming Diversity Dialogue presentation: Spoken-word and Hmong American Identity

Tou Saiko Lee from the Center for Hmong Arts and Talent (CHAT) and member of the hip-hop group Delicious Venom (a favorite of Hmong adolescents) will be joining us to share his work with spoken-word and CHAT. Items he will address include his:

introduction to spoken-word/poetry,
work at CHAT (Hmong Chronicles, H-Project),
work in Twin Cities schools/community centers with spoken-word poetry, and
the positive impact of hip-hop on his and other Hmong youth’s lives.
With time permitting, he’ll also perform a couple of his poems.

This DD is scheduled to take place in the usual location and time on Tuesday, March 20th from 12noon-1:15pm in Peik Hall, Room 40.

Please let me know if you have any questions.


Diversity Dialogues are monthly gatherings sponsored by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. They feature presentations by faculty, staff, students or community members. These presentations are intended to provide the stepping points for thoughtful exchange and dialogue between all in attendance. Students, faculty, and staff interested in exploring and addressing issues of critical multiculturalism, difference, and inequality are encouraged to attend. Please bring your bag lunch. No reservations are necessary.

Bic Ngo, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Urban Education
University of Minnesota
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
152C Peik Hall
159 Pillsbury Drive SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612-625-7520 (P)
612-624-8277 (F)

Posted by lind0449 at 9:19 AM

February 19, 2007


February UCCS Professional Development Invitation

Hi Folks....Attached is invitation to the UCCS February professional development presentation, Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2:30-4:00. This program is being offered to all OSA staff, and we have moved the presentation to 402 Walter Library to accommodate a larger audience. Our presenter is Sue Abderholden, Executive Director of the Minnesota chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Her topic is "Erasing the Stigma of Mental Illness." Hope to see you there!

Take care, Bob Seybold

Complete announcement: Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 1:16 PM

CSPP Announcements

This announcement is for all students who plan to walk in the Graduate School commencement ceremony on May 11, 2007.

Hello CSPP Students:

Attached to this email are two important documents, one is the “Important Commencement Ceremony� memo from Pat McCarthy Veach, the other is the “Commencement Attendance Approval Form� from the Graduate School. Please review the letter from Pat and complete the form I have sent you. It is essential that you complete this form if you wish to take part in the May ceremony. You must hand your completed form in to me by February 26, 2007 so that I can have it signed by the DGS and then get it to the Graduate School by their deadline.

Please note that successfully completing the Commencement Attendance Approval Form will allow you to walk in the commencement ceremony in May, however, there are different forms that must be completed to receive your official degree/diploma. CSPP will send you additional emails later in the semester to give you details about the forms, requirements, and deadlines for receiving your degree.

If you have any questions, please ask your advisor or myself.

Memo: Download file Form: Download file

Emily Lindell
Principal Office and Administrative Specialist
Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology
Department of Educational Psychology


If you have not yet submitted your Degree Program Form or if you have changes to make to an approved Degree Program Form, this announcement is for you!

Dear CSPP students:

This is a summary for all CSPP students regarding completion of the Degree Program Form. Whether you attended the meeting last week or not, please read through these reminders to ensure that your Degree Program Form is completed correctly and processed without delay after you submit it. The information below is identical for MA and PhD students unless otherwise noted.

The Degree Program Form can be found online at this link: http://www.grad.umn.edu/current_students/forms/gs89a.pdf
Please remember when filling out your forms:
**List your courses in chronological order using the actual course title for each of the courses you list.
**Fill out your final program form in pen or by typing in the blanks (please, no pencil!).
**Please review your CSPP MA or PhD handbook (available online: http://education.umn.edu/EdPsych/CSPP/student.html) and Ed Psych Department handbook (http://education.umn.edu/EdPsych/handbook/default.html) for instructions on filling out the Degree Program Form and to make sure that your list of courses meets all requirements for the CSPP Program and the Ed Psych Department.
**Please review the relevant petition process if you need to request any alterations of Program or Department requirements (see below).
**You do not need to include all your courses (i.e. electives) on the degree program, but you must include all courses that are required to complete your degree. Do not include undergraduate courses or audited courses.
**If you need to file a petition to request alteration of any Program or Department requirements or if you need to change any courses listed on your degree program after it has been approved by the Graduate School, please use the following links to find the correct petitions:
**CSPP petition – for CSPP requirements (found in the back of your CSPP handbook and online at: http://education.umn.edu/EdPsych/forms/CSPPpetition.pdf). Submit before handing in your Degree Program Form.
**Internal Petition from Ed Psych Department – for Ed Psych requirements (link available on this page: http://education.umn.edu/EdPsych/forms/default.html). Submit with your completed Degree Program Form.
**Graduate School petition – Submit to make any changes to your Degree Program Form after it has been approved by the Graduate School (http://www.grad.umn.edu/current_students/forms/gs59.pdf). **Note: it is not necessary to file a Graduate School petition if only the semester or instructor listed for a course have changed.
**If you are a second semester MA student you must complete this form, have it signed by your advisor, and submit the form to Emily by March 23, 2007! Delaying completion of this form may delay your degree ‘confer date’ and create licensure complications.
**If you are a PhD student in your third semester (or beyond) you must complete this form, have it signed by your advisor, and submit the form to Emily as soon as possible! Delaying completion of the Degree Program Form may affect your eligibility to take the Written Prelim Exam or cause a hold to be placed on your student record.
**Remember to sign your form before submitting it or it will be returned to you!

If you have questions about CSPP requirements while filling out your degree program form, please speak with your advisor. If you have questions regarding department or Graduate School requirements, Kathy Walter is happy to assist you (kwalter@umn.edu, 612-624-1698).

I look forward to receiving your completed Degree Program Form!

Emily Lindell
Principal Office and Administrative Specialist
Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology


CSPPers present at the Ed Psych Colloquium this week!

Dan Hess, Pahoua Yang, and Michael Goh will be presenting at next Wednesday’s Ed Psych Colloquium (February 21). The title of their presentation is “Vim Dab Neeb Los Tshoj*: A Case Study of a Hmong-American Man in Distress.� The colloquium is from 12:00-1:30 in 250 Wulling. Refreshments will be served.

*Because the spirits have come calling
Flyer: Download file


The New College of Education and Human Development has several NEW Community Service Awards. This year there will be awards for students, staff (including CS/BU), and faculty. All nomination materials are due on March 1st, 2007.

Details are available at http://intranet.education.umn.edu/awards/CSA.html.

Questions? Contact Jennifer McComas at jmccomas@umn.edu or 612-624-5854

Posted by lind0449 at 10:15 AM

Practicum Info

Hamline University Career Development Center is looking for a practicum student, or an advanced student to work with them next year. Attached is the announcement describing their training opportunity. They are flexible, and would entertain applications from advanced students as well as second year masters students.

Dr. Joan Ostergren is in the office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:00-3:00 ( 651-523-2882), and would be happy to answer questions about the application process or her site.

Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 10:10 AM

Research Participation

Research Study for Lesbian, Bisexual, and Questioning Women

Dear Participant,

I am conducting a research study examining attitudes, feelings, and experiences associated with being a lesbian, bisexual, or questioning woman. If you are a woman who is at least 18 years old and has experienced same-sex
attraction, I would greatly appreciate your participation in this study.

The survey is anonymous, and takes about 20 minutes to complete. As an incentive to participate, all participants will be given the chance to enter a participant raffle awarding $75 each to four randomly selected participants.
For those interested in participating in this study, click on the following hypertext link (you may need to copy and paste the link into your browser):

This will take you to the consent form and questionnaire. This research has been approved by the Institutional Review Board for protection of human subjects at the University of Tennessee.

Please feel free to forward this e-mail announcement to eligible friends/colleagues and other lesbian/bisexual related listservs. Thanks in advance for your help with this project!

Gina P. Owens, Ph.D., University of Tennessee

Gina P. Owens, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Dept. of Psychology
University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Knoxville, TN 37996
Ph: 865-974-2204
Fax: 865-974-3330


My name is Katie Ganske and I am a doctoral student in Counseling Psychology at Georgia State University. I am contacting you to ask you to please help me with my dissertation research. I am looking at counselor trainee personality and working alliance with supervisor and client. The survey should take less than 20 minutes to complete.

**For each survey that is completed, $2 will be donated to the American Cancer Society**.

You are eligible to participate in the study IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY SEEING CLIENTS IN A SUPERVISED SETTING.

Please click on the link below if you are able to help me out: http://www.surveymonkey.com/gsusupervisionstudy

Please contact me at kganske1@student.gsu.edu if you have any questions about this study. You may also contact my advisor, Jeffrey Ashby, Ph.D., at jashby2@gsu.edu.

Katie Ganske, M.A.
Doctoral Student
Counseling Psychology
Department of Counseling and Psychological Services Georgia State University

Posted by lind0449 at 9:57 AM

Employment Opportunities

COMMISSION7 Digest for Wednesday, February 14, 2007.

1. FW: Staff Psychologist/Counselor Oshkosh, Wisconsin
2. FW: Position Annoucement-Vasar College
3. FW: USC post doc -University of Southern California
4. FW: Position-Georgia Southern University
5. FW: Part-time temporary counselor position Pepperdine Malibu CA
6. FW: position-CSU Fullerton -California State University

For details of each of the job postings above click on Continue Reading "Employment opportunities" link below.

Subject: FW:
From: "Jonathan Kandell"
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 17:29:58 -0500
X-Message-Number: 1

-----Original Message-----
From: Stacey Pearson [mailto:pearsonl@umich.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2007 3:31 PM

Please pass this along to any interested parties. Thank You


Department: Counseling Center Position Number: 505a.0607

Position Title: Staff Psychologist/Counselor

Requirements (Degree/Experience): Doctoral degree (or ABD with solid
completion date) in Counseling or Clinical Psychology, Counselor Education,
Social Work or other counseling related field which is eligible for
licensure to practice counseling in the state of Wisconsin. We seek
candidates with passion and experience helping people assess, develop and
pursue academic and vocational goals. Experience providing individual and
group career counseling and assessment utilizing a variety of approaches
instruments. Demonstrated knowledge, skills and abilities in multicultural

Strongly Preferred: Experience in mental health counseling including:
assessment/diagnosis, treatment planning, counseling, crisis intervention.
track record of collaborative program development, implementation and

Preferred: knowledge of first year experience programs, designing programs
to enhance academic success through treating academic anxiety and other
psychological/developmental barriers to student success and supervision of
graduate and undergraduate interns and volunteers.


The Counseling Center seeks a team oriented professional to work with
Staff and several collaborating offices to coordinate a program to assess
and better meet incoming students_ vocational, personal and academic needs.
Administer a student assessment measure, disseminate results, train those
who receive the results to optimally utilize them, partner with others to
develop programming to meet student needs, and evaluate outcomes associated
with the program. Coordinate career resource library in the Counseling
Center through supervision of student employees, volunteers and interns;
develop career counseling outreach and workshops; develop web based career
resources. Teach a one credit career exploration course. Provide individual
and group career counseling. While the primary focus of this position is
student academic/vocational development, successful candidate will provide
some mental health counseling and crisis services.

The Counseling Center values clinical excellence, collaboration, time
sensitive therapy, and has a deep commitment to the personal and academic
development of university students. The staff represents a diversity of
theoretical approaches and practices. We are committed to an ongoing
of multicultural counseling competence development.

Starting Date: On or about August 1, 2007
Salary: Competitive
Terms of Appointment: Full time 12-month academic staff contract, some
flexibility in contract possible

Send letter of application, resume, three current letters of recommendation
and transcripts (official or photocopy.)

Person to Contact: Joseph J. Abhold, Ph.D., Dempsey Hall 201, University of
Wisconsin Oshkosh, 800 Algoma Boulevard, Oshkosh, WI 54904-8613
Correspondence regarding status of application materials contact: Barb
Kargus, kargus@uwosh.edu

Under a court-approved settlement agreement and Wisconsin Statutes, UW
Oshkosh is required to provide a list of all nominees and applicants who
have not requested in writing that their identity not be revealed. Persons
agreeing to be final candidates will have their identity revealed as a
candidate. Employment will require a criminal background check. A pending
criminal charge or conviction will not necessarily disqualify an applicant.
In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, the University does
not discriminate on the basis of arrest or conviction record.

Application Deadline: Screening will begin on February 28, 2007 and
until position is filled.

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is both a major undergraduate campus
a regional graduate center in the statewide University of Wisconsin System.
With a student body of 11,000, UW Oshkosh offers bachelor_s and master_s
degrees in the professional colleges of Business, Education, and Nursing,
and the College of Letters and Science.

A flexible calendar permits faculty and students to plan and use their time
creatively. The University features a faculty development program unique in
the UW System that supports research, curriculum development, and
professional development.

The UW Oshkosh campus is located along the Fox River in a city of 55,000
that is famous for its history and noted for modern commercial and cultural
development. Bounded by lakes, rivers and nearby forested recreational
areas, Oshkosh is located within easy driving distances of Milwaukee and
Madison. Two nearby airports provide direct flights to majors cities.

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Institution.

Joseph J. Abhold, Ph.D.
Director, University Counseling Center
201 Dempsey Hall
UW Oshkosh
Oshkosh, WI 54901-8613
(920) 424-2061
Fax: (920) 424-1066


Subject: FW: Position Annoucement-Vasar College
From: "Jonathan Kandell"
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 17:29:58 -0500
X-Message-Number: 2

-----Original Message-----
From: Stacey Pearson [mailto:pearsonl@umich.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2007 3:29 PM
Subject: Position Annoucement-Vasar College

Dear Colleagues,
Please distribute the following:

Position Posting - Administrator
Date of Posting: February 13, 2007
Title: Assistant Director & Psychological Counselor
Department: Counseling Service
Schedule: Full-Time, Academic Year
Position Description:
The Vassar College Counseling Service is seeking a psychologist/counselor
who is committed to providing creative, collaborative, multi-cultural
clinical service in a diverse college environment. The successful candidate
will be skilled in consultation, brief therapy models, group therapy and in
providing innovative, inclusive outreach programming. S/he must be able
to work independently, and cooperatively as a member of a professional
The Assistant Director will be expected to provide coverage in the
Director's absence.
Principal Responsibilities:
Intake and clinical assessment; crisis intervention; brief individual
psychotherapy; group therapy; consultation with campus and community
members; design/presentation of training programs for students/staff; and
outreach programming. This is an academic year administrative position with
a strong, primary emphasis on innovative service delivery. Some evening and
weekend hours should be expected, especially involving crisis intervention
and outreach activities.
APA approved degree, PhD, PsyD, EdD, in clinical or counseling psychology,
or MSW. Position requires broad, generalist clinical skills, including
experience assessing and intervening with a range of disorders, concerns,
and degrees of pathology. Licensed or license-eligible status in New York
preferred. Brief therapy and group facilitation experience in a
college/university counseling center is preferred. Expertise in one or more
of the following areas is highly desirable: substance abuse, eating
disorders, and multicultural issues. Experience working with historically
underrepresented groups preferred.
Anticipated starting date is August 23, 2007. Send letter of application
describing interest in counseling service position and how it relates to
candidate's professional objectives along with salary requirements,
transcripts of all graduate work, current vita or resume, and three letters
of recommendation from professionals knowledgeable about applicant's
training, experience and skills to careers@vassar.edu. The subject of your
e-mail submission should be the job title for which you are applying.
of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position
is filled. For full consideration, please apply by April 1, 2007.
Vassar is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer, committed to
fostering a community that reflects the values of a liberal arts education
and to promoting an environment of equality, inclusion and respect for
difference. Applications from members of historically underrepresented
groups are especially encouraged.
Sylvia R. Balderrama, Ed.D.
Director of Psychological Services
Vassar College, Box 706
124 Raymond Avenue
Poughkeepsie, NY 12604
Tele: 845.437.5700
Fax: 845.437.5756

Please note that email is not a secure medium, and confidentiality of email
cannot be guaranteed. The Counseling Service recommends that you consider
this when communicating about matters that are of a personal or

CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This email message, including all attachments, is
intended for the designated recipient(s). It may contain information that
confidential, proprietary, privileged or otherwise protected by law. If you
are not the intended recipient(s), please notify the sender of this
information and delete your copy at once. Your cooperation is appreciated.


-----Original Message-----
From: Stacey Pearson [mailto:pearsonl@umich.edu]
Sent: Thursday, February 15, 2007 10:53 AM
Subject: UCS post doc

University of Southern California Los Angeles, California
* *
The University of Southern California (USC) is an urban private research
university located near downtown Los Angeles. USC has a population of
32,000 students, which includes undergraduate, graduate and professional
degree students. USC has one of the largest international student
populations in the United States.

The training of Postdoctoral Fellows at USC's Student Counseling
and Disability Services and Programs is an endeavor that is fully
by our staff. The staff trains mental health professionals at different
developmental levels (such as Practicum Counselors, Social Work Interns,
Psychological Interns and Postdoctoral Fellows). Additionally, the USC
Student Counseling Services has an APA accredited predoctoral internship

As an APPIC member postdoctoral training program, our primary goal and
purpose is to provide opportunities, structure and support that will
develop clinically competent, diversity and culturally sensitive and
ethical Postdoctoral Fellows as they prepare for licensure and for an
level psychologist position. Our program offers a variety of clinical,
supervisory, consultative and administrative experiences that are
to provide a clear picture of what it is like to work as a staff
psychologist both at a university counseling center and a disability
services program. We believe the unique combination of college mental
health services and disability services provides a niche as our
of psychology has begun to address these issues more in recent years
the implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

The central training goal of the program is that the Postdoctoral
complete their fellowship with advanced knowledge, confidence, and
competence in the following areas of clinical practice:

. short term therapy

. group counseling

. awareness and appreciation of human diversity, including
related to disability issues

. professional ethics and decision making

. clinical assessment, including psychological assessment of
learning disabilities and ADHD

. crisis intervention

. clinical supervision

. outreach and consultation

Licensing Requirements:

Satisfactory completion of the postdoctoral training program meets
postdoctoral supervised practice requirements for licensure in the State

The training methods include the following:

1. *Direct Service*: individual, couples and

group counseling; crisis intervention;

2. *Supervision*: individual supervision (4 hours a week) and
supervision of groups and supervision of supervision (1 hour a week) ;

3. *Clinical conferences*: intake conferences and diversity case

4. *Training seminars*: Disability assistance seminars,
development series in crisis intervention, outreach and consultation,
psychiatric consultation, and outside speaker series in addition to a
of four interns' seminars (at least 2 seminar hours weekly);

5. *Psychoeducational assessment*: learning disabilities and

6. *Outreach and consultation*: working with campus departments,
including faculty, staff, and student groups.

The USC Community:

The postdoctoral program's training resources are drawn from the Student
Counseling Services and Disability Services and Programs. About 1,200
students each year utilize the Student Counseling Services for
and psychotherapy. Another 2,200 students, faculty and staff are served
outreach and consultation. About 1,500 students utilize the Center for
Academic Support-Disability Services and Programs for academic
and accommodations.

Training Staff and Office Location:

The training staff at the Student Counseling Services includes eight (8)
psychologists, one (1) psychiatrist and one (1) clinical social worker.
training staff at the Center for Academic Support-Disability Services
Programs includes two (2) psychologists and one (1) disability education

Our Postdoctoral Fellow provides services and receives training at both
Centers. The Postdoctoral Fellow's office is located at the Center for
Academic Support-Disability Services and Programs. The Fellow is
primarily by the two supervisors listed in this brochure.

Evaluation of Postdoctoral Fellow:

The Fellow is evaluated formally twice a year. Senior staff members
for supervision of supervision on a weekly basis. The training
ask for feedback from senior staff members regarding their observation
clinical services and professional and ethical developments of the

Due Process and Grievance Procedure:

In the event of grievances during the training year, the training
has a Due Process and Grievance Procedure.

Application Requirements:

Applicants for the postdoctoral fellowship program must have completed
requirements for the doctoral degree in psychology from a regionally
accredited institution of higher education, including an APA- or
CPA-accredited internship or an internship meeting APPIC standards
beginning their postdoctoral training.

The postdoctoral fellowship is a one-year full-time (11 months)
position. It
begins August 1, 2007 and ends June 30, 2008. The salary, including
University benefits, is $21,600. Additional information about the
can be viewed at: http://www.appic.org/

Also at: : http://www.usc.edu/student-affairs/asn/ppfp.htm

Please send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, original graduate
transcripts, and three letters of recommendation by March 15, 2007 to:
Patricia Tobey, Ph.D.
Training Director
University of Southern California
Center for Academic Support and Disability Services Programs
Student Union, Suite 301
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0896
Email address: tobey@usc.edu

*About the Supervisors:*
* *
*Shing-Shiong Chang, Ph.D. *(1989, Michigan State University, Clinical
Psychology). Dr. Chang is a Staff Psychologist at USC Student
Services. His specialty areas are in Individual, Couples, and Family
Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Multicultural Counseling, Mind-Body Connections
Wellness work, Issues of International and Asian/Asian-American
Music and Other Performing Arts Students, Integration of Eastern and
Perspectives on Psychotherapy (including spirituality). Dr. Chang is a
licensed psychologist in the State of California.**
* *

*Patricia Tobey, Ph.D. *(1996, University of Southern California,

Dr. Tobey is an Associate Dean of Academic Support Programs. She is also
Associate Professor of Clinical Education at USC's Rossier School of
Education. Her specialty areas are in Disabilities, Individual, Couples,
Group Therapy, Educational and Psychological Assessment, Student
(e.g., Student Athletes, Academically At-Risk College Students,
First-Generation College Students), Outreach and Consultation, Peer
Mentoring, Program Evaluation, Organizational Behavior, and Mind-Body
Connection and Wellness Work. Dr. Tobey is a licensed psychologist in
State of California.

Subject: FW: Position-Georgia Southern University
From: "Jonathan Kandell"
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2007 11:59:23 -0500
X-Message-Number: 4

-----Original Message-----
From: Stacey Pearson [mailto:pearsonl@umich.edu]
Sent: Thursday, February 15, 2007 11:52 AM
Subject: Position-Georgia Southern University

Counseling Psychologist (Req # 1509)

Counseling and Career Center. Reporting to the Director of the
Center, the Counseling Psychologist's duties include individual and
counseling; psychological and vocational testing and interpretation;
intervention and assessment; consultations. This staff member will also
provide outreach programming on a variety of mental health issues.

Minimum requirements. Doctoral degree (by start date); one or more
experience in a related field; organization and human relations skills;
successful completion of a background investigation prior to employment.

Preferred qualifications. Experience and interest in providing
and outreach services to a diverse student body; specialization in
developmental concerns of college students; eligibility for licensure as
psychologist; college/university internship experience; ability to work
diverse populations

Salary. Commensurate with experience

Application deadline. March 16, 2007

To Apply: Please submit a completed Georgia Southern University
application, cover letter, resume' and names and daytime phone numbers
three professional references who have direct knowledge of your work
to: Division of Human Resources, c/o Counseling Psychologist, Georgia
Southern University, P.O. Box 8104, Statesboro, GA 30460. To expedite
processing of employment applications, please complete all information
requested on the application. For more information, call the 24 hour job
line at (912) 681-0629. Applications are available on our website at
http://jobs.georgiasouthern.edu or in Human Resources, Georgia Southern
University, Box 8104, Statesboro, GA 30460. You may E-mail your
to employ@georgiasouthern.edu and send a signed original by mail.
is an open records states. Individuals who need reasonable accommodation
under ADA in order to participate in the search process shold notify
Resources, (912) 681-5468 or (TDD) 912 681-0791. Georgia Southern is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution.

David P. Matthews, Ph.D.
Director of Counseling
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA 30460-8011
912 681-5541

Subject: FW: Part-time temporary counselor position Pepperdine Malibu CA
From: "Jonathan Kandell"
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2007 11:59:23 -0500
X-Message-Number: 5

-----Original Message-----
From: Stacey Pearson [mailto:pearsonl@umich.edu]
Sent: Thursday, February 15, 2007 11:43 AM
Subject: Part-time temporary counselor position Pepperdine Malibu CA

We will be hiring a 20 hour per week counselor. This is a part-time
temporary position (expected to last until May 1); hours could be
flexibly arranged. We want a licensed person who would be a "worker bee"
focused primarily on counseling cases. The person should be aware and
supportive of Pepperdine's Christian mission, seeking to help students
develop lives of purpose, leadership, and service. Interested parties
should contact me.


Connie B. Horton, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist
Director, Counseling Center
Pepperdine University
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
(310) 506-4210



Subject: FW: position-CSU Fullerton
From: "Jonathan Kandell"
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2007 11:59:23 -0500
X-Message-Number: 6

-----Original Message-----
From: Stacey Pearson [mailto:pearsonl@umich.edu]
Sent: Thursday, February 15, 2007 11:43 AM
Subject: position-CSU Fullerton

California State University, Fullerton is seeking applications for a
full-time, 12 month, tenure-track position of Training Coordinator in
Counseling and Psychological Services. Under the general supervision of
the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, the Training
Coordinator carries out a variety of duties, including direct clinical
services to students; consultation services; the development and
delivery of training models, programs and outreach services;
recruitment, supervision, training and evaluation of trainees;
administrative duties and other duties as assigned by the Director.

Direct Clinical Service: Conduct clinical assessment/intake
evaluations; provide short-term individual, couple and group counseling,
crisis intervention and response to critical incidents. Facilitate on
and off-campus referrals and provide mental health consultations to
diverse campus constituencies. Administer, interpret and report on
psychological assessments/testing.

Coordinator of Clinical Training: In collaboration with CAPS Director,
develop and maintain a comprehensive clinical training program for
masters, pre-doctoral and post-doctoral trainees. Build alliances with
and act as liaison to training/accreditation organizations and academic
programs. Organize didactic and skills training programs on a variety of
relevant topics for trainees as well as for their supervisors. Provide
direct clinical supervision and oversee the provision of individual
and/or group clinical supervision by qualified CAPS counselors. Provide
clinical training and guidance on case management issues (e.g., review
written records/case notes and videotapes; monitor and facilitate
trainee caseloads). Provide verbal and written evaluations of trainees'
performance, facilitate an assessment of the quality of clinical
training and supervision, and intervene with remediation and/or training
as needed.

Indirect Clinical Service: Maintain clinical and training records in
compliance with professional, legal and ethical standards. Provide
case management in collaboration with on and off-campus professionals.
Provide consultation services, workshops, and training modules to
various campus constituencies. Participate in professional development

Administration: In the absence of the Director, serve as Administrator
in Charge of CAPS. Provide clinical supervision to designated
professional staff. Attend departmental meetings and participate in
departmental, divisonal and campus-wide committees and projects. Assist
in writing reports, conducting research, coordinating special projects,
and engaging in department strategic planning.

* Earned Doctoral degree in Counseling or Clinical Psychology.
* A minimum of three years of University Counseling Center
* Licensed as a Psychologist for a minimum of three years; if
licensed as a Psychologist in another state, must be eligible to attain
California Psychologist licensure within one year of employment date.
* Demonstrated sensitivity and competence in addressing the needs of
a multicultural student population.
* Excellent ability to collaborate with a multidisciplinary,
multicultural team of mental health professionals and administrative
* Demonstrated knowledge of counseling theory, research, practice,
training models, and legal and ethical guidelines.
* Excellent skills in clinical conceptualization, treatment planning,
case management and supervision.

Rank & Salary
In the CSU system, this position is classified as a Student Service
Professional - Academically Related Level II, tenure track. This is a
full-time 12 month position. Counselors in the CSU system serve as
members of the academic faculty unit and are represented by the faculty
union. Counselor faculty earn full tenure generally through a six year
tenure process. Salary is commensurate with rank, experience and
qualifications. The University offers excellent, comprehensive benefits
including health/dental/vision plans for the employee and dependents, a
defined-benefit retirement through the state system, along with optional
tax-sheltering opportunities, spousal and/or dependent fee-waiver as
well as access to campus child care.

Job Control Number -- 30723G-07-086

Appointment Date -- June/July 2007

Application Deadline
Screening of applications will begin March 1, 2007 and continue until
the position is filled.

Application Procedure
Interested candidates should submit: 1) a letter of application
addressing the qualifications and responsibilities described above, as
well as their vision of how training can be integrated into effective
service delivery and the academic mission of the University; 2) a
current resume; 3) three letters of reference; and 4) an unofficial copy
of graduate transcripts. Application materials should be addressed to:

Gail Pakalns, Ph.D., Director
Counseling and Psychological Services
California State University, Fullerton
SHCC - East Building
P.O. Box 6830
Fullerton, CA 92834-6830

General Information
CSUF is located in Orange County, the state's second most populous
county, a technologically rich and culturally vibrant area of
metropolitan Los Angeles. Primarily a commuter campus of 36,000
students in 105 programs (49 graduate) offered in 8 colleges.
Incredibly diverse student body (fall 2006 statistics): 33% Caucasian,
27% Hispanic, 22% Asian/Pacific-Islander, 10% unknown, 3%
African-American, 1% Native American, 4% International students.
Cal State Fullerton is an Equal Opportunity/
Title IX/503/504/VEVRA/ADA Employer

This job announcement is compliments of ACCTA, the Association of
Center Training Agencies.

There's a listing of job announcement sites at the CC Village:
Click on "Job Listings"


Chronicle of Higher Education:

Positions in Counseling Centers:

American College Personell Association(ACPA)

Indiana University Counseling & Educational Psychology Department

Stacey M. Pearson, Ph.D., L.P.
Assistant Director for Psychology Training
University of Michigan Counseling and Psychological Services
3100 Michigan Union
520 S State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
734-763-0454 (fax)

Please note: For your own protection, please be aware that e-mail is
not a confidential means of communication.



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Posted by lind0449 at 9:39 AM

Employment Opportunities


I am pleased to announce that the College of Design will be hiring two (2) career related positions in Student Services. Please consider joining our team and/or passing this along to others who might be interested. We encourage all qualified individuals to apply. You can view the full position description postings at the U of M HR website
(http://www.umn.edu/ohr) and enter the Requisition Number 146202 or 146203.

*Career Services Coordinator - Job Requisition #146202*

This position develops and implements the College of Design's (CDes) career-related activities and programs for undergraduate and graduate students including the mentor program, career preparation events, programming and specialized career-related programs. Also develops referral process to campus career centers for coaching related to the job and internship search process for careers in design.

*Career Counselor Part-time Temporary - Job Requisition #146203*

This position will provide career services to undergraduate and graduate students primarily in the department of Landscape Architecture and the School of Architecture. They will counsel and advise students on career planning/decision-making concerns; design and present workshops; and coach students on the job search process. They will develop and present sessions on resume writing, interviewing, networking and job search skills. Provide needs assessment and referral.
Kimberly Hindbjorgen
College of Design
12 McNeal Hall
612/625-3726 (ph)
612/625-7234 (fax)



I am pleased to announce that CEHD Student and Professional Services will be hiring two (2) Assistant/Associate Academic Advisors in Undergraduate Student Services.

Please consider joining our team and/or pass this along to others who might be interested. We encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

The newly expanded College of Education and Human Development is in the midst of an exciting transformation and includes programs and departments that were previously in the General College, the College of Human Ecology (Family Social Sciences and Social Work), and the former College of Education and Human Development. Applicants who are selected to be hired will be assigned to one of the undergraduate position openings based on their experience, strengths and interests.

You can view the full position description posting at the U of M HR website and enter Requisition Number 146275 (http://www.umn.edu/ohr). (Both positions are listed within this requisition number).

I'm happy to answer any questions about either of these positions.

Thank you,
Jennifer Engler

Jennifer Engler, Psy.D.
Associate Director, Undergraduate Support Services
Student & Professional Services
College of Education and Human Development
University of Minnesota
25 Appleby Hall
128 Pleasant Street S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612-626-8702 - direct
612-625-3339 - appointments


Multicultural Child/Adolescent/Family Visiting Professor
Department of Counseling Psychology
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Purpose/Rationale: The purpose of this Visiting Professor position in the Counseling Psychology Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is to provide emerging scholars advanced training opportunities and professional development in multicultural research, teaching, and practice with specific emphasis on children, adolescents, or families. Specifically, this position is structured to aid new professionals to (1) create new outlets for scholarly networking; (2) provide opportunities to access and utilize the technological and interdisciplinary resources at the University of Wisconsin; (3) expose both the candidate and the department’s students to a wide and unique array of intellectual perspectives; and (4) integrate research, theory, and practice while gaining hours toward licensure.

For details, download full description: Download file

Please let folks know about this wonderful job opportunity. The person will primarily work with graduate students on our Minneapolis campus. I'd be happy to talk with anyone who'd like more information. Thanks!
Personal Counselor
The University of St. Thomas, Division of Student Affairs seeks a Personal Counselor to provide psychological services to students, faculty, staff and family members on our Minneapolis campus. This is a 12 month, 36 hour per week position.

Responsibilities include: provide individual and group counseling, and crisis intervention services to students; provide outreach and consultation services to the UST community including students, faculty and staff; maintain professional involvement in appropriate organizations.

Qualifications: doctorate in counseling/clinical psychology or MSW: licensed or license eligible as a psychologist or LICSW; 5 years professional experience preferably in a college setting; experience with eating disorders; and ability to work in crisis situations; proficiency in Microsoft Office; comfortable working with diverse and underrepresented populations.

The University of St. Thomas educates students to be morally responsible leaders who think critically, act wisely and work skillfully to advance the common good. The staff of Personal Counseling supports the university mission in its commitment to the total development of the student. We work to create a learning environment where our clients feel safe, respected and valued. We facilitate the process developing a balanced, healthy lifestyle, including care for self and others.

Background checks will be completed in the selection process for this position.

Submit cover letter (refer to position #300318) and resume online at www.stthomas.edu/hr/employment or mail to Mail# AQU217 2115 Summit Ave St Paul MN 55105.

Jeri Rockett, Ph.D., L.P.
Director, Personal Counseling & Testing
University of St. Thomas
#4040 2115 Summit Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55105
fax 651-962-6775

COMMISSION7 Digest for Monday, February 12, 2007.

1. FW: position announcement-Slippery Rock University
2. FW: Tulsa
3. FW: Position Announcement-Western Carolina University
4. FW: University of Central Florida
5. FW: postdoc UofPitt
6. FW: TX Christian U-position


Student Counseling Center

Slippery Rock University invites applications for a counselor for a fulltime, 9-month, tenure track faculty position in the Student Counseling Center beginning August 2007.

Qualifications: Doctorate in counseling, counseling psychology, clinical psychology or a related field, experience with drug and alcohol evaluation and treatment, familiarity with counseling diverse populations, two years post master's counseling experience in a college or university counseling center, as well as license eligible in the state of Pennsylvania are required. Successful performance in an on-campus interview, including a simulated counseling session is also required. A degree from a CACREP or APA accredited institution, experience with drug & alcohol assessment, familiarity with a broad range of therapeutic modalities, as well as experience in drug and alcohol prevention programming are preferred.

Responsibilities: Provide counseling, crisis intervention, consultation and psycho-education. The successful candidate will supervise the Chemical Health Program, and provide drug & alcohol evaluations, assessment and treatment. Classroom teaching may be an option within the candidate's qualifications and service requirements of the Student Counseling Center upon approval.

Send letter of interest outlining how qualifications are met, curriculum vitae, graduate and undergraduate transcripts (official transcripts required before hiring) and the names, addresses and phone numbers of three references to:

Carol Holland DrPH, Chairperson
Student Counseling Center Search Committee
Rhoads Hall
Slippery Rock University
Slippery Rock, PA 16057

Review of applications will begin by February 19, 2007 and continue until position is filled. Background investigation required for employment. Slippery Rock University of PA is a member of the State System of Higher Education and is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Visit our web page at http://www.sru.edu/pages/13161.asp.

AA# 07-50 UP# 0056
Date Posted: 1/4/07
Slippery Rock University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution. A member of Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education



_The position of Staff Counselor / Psychologist reports to the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services and will be responsible to provide psycho-educational and clinical services to members of the university community to assist individuals in achieving more effective personal, social, educational and vocational development and adjustment.
Specific responsibilities include: collecting personal data through interviews, case history and observational techniques; selecting, administering and interpreting psychological tests designed to assess the individual's intelligence, personality, behavior, relationships, psychopathology, aptitudes, abilities and interests; applying knowledge of statistical analysis; evaluating data to identify causes of problems and to determine advisability of counseling or referral to other specialists or institutions; conducting counseling or therapeutic interviews to develop and implement plans for coping more adaptively with personal problems and goal setting related to personality, interests, abilities and needs; providing psychological, occupational, educational and other information to enable individuals to formulate realistic personal, educational and vocational plans; following-up with results of counseling to determine reliability and validity of treatments used; supervising and training practicum students and interns in graduate psychology programs.
_Master's degree from an accredited program in clinical or counseling psychology and two years of experience; eligibility for licensure in counseling or psychology within one year of hire; demonstrated skills (through training and supervised experience) in the following:

. Interventions: techniques for prevention and treatment of concerns in areas of adaptive coping, interpersonal and academic functioning, anxiety, depression, crisis management, and appropriate referral/consultation with other resources.

. Open to learning psychological approaches to alcohol abuse prevention and treatment.

. Assessment: intelligence, personality, behavior, relationships, psychopathology, aptitudes, abilities and interests.

. Supervision and training of graduate-level psychology student.

. Practice in compliance with professional laws and ethics.

_Supervised training experiences in university psychological counseling services setting; doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA accredited program; licensure as Health Service Psychologist in Oklahoma; advanced training and experience in psychological approaches to alcohol abuse prevention and treatment and one or more other specialty areas such as eating disorders, sexual assault, substance use disorders, health psychology, or diversity issues.
_*To receive full consideration submit a cover letter, resume, three references, graduate transcript and work samples which include a psychological assessment, clinical intervention plan and psycho-educational outline to: The University of Tulsa, Office of Personnel Services, 600 S. College Ave., Tulsa, OK 74104, */or/* via email to tujobs@utulsa.edu, */or/* via fax at 918-631-2110 */or/* apply in person at 802 S. Evanston Ave. The review of applications will commence */February 16, 2007/* and continue until the position is filled.

The University of Tulsa is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Dr. Tom J. Brian
Licensed Health Service Psychologist
Director of Counseling & Psychological Servcies
Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychology
Coordinator of Practicum Training

Alexander Health Center
The University of Tulsa
Tulsa, OK 74104

email: thomas-brian@utulsa.edu


Counseling and Psychological Services Center, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC.

Masters or doctoral degree in psychology, counseling, or clinical social work. Eligible for licensure in NC. Multicultural and university counseling center experience preferred. Responsibilities include individual and group counseling, multicultural programming, supervision, training, emergency services, consultations, assessment, and outreach presentations. Demonstrated interest and expertise in coordinating and providing services to, but not limited to, African-American, Latino/a, Native American, International, and multi-racial/ethnic students. Center website at http://counselingcenter.wcu.edu .

Accepting applications until position is filled. Position available June 1, 2007. Hard-copy application materials will not be accepted. Candidates are asked to apply online at https://jobs.wcu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=50658. Please attach a cover letter, vita, and list of references. Western Carolina University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities encouraged to apply.

For questions, contact Dr. Michael Jorge, Search Committee Chair, at 828
227-7640 or jorge@email.wcu.edu



We are extending the application deadlines to March 1, 2007 for two positions at the University of Central Florida Counseling Center:
Associate Director, University Counseling Center, Position #37599 (Associate Director for Clinical Services)
Associate Director, University Counseling Center, Position #40113 (Associate Director for Training)

These have been reposted with the new deadlines on the PICC site today (Feb. 12, 2007): www2.kumc.edu/people/llong/picc/

I will be glad to answer questions about these positions. Please encourage interested persons to email me at dlwallac@mail.ucf.edu or call me at 407-823-2811.

Please feel free to repost or forward this message as you see fit.

David L. Wallace, Ph.D.
Director, Counseling Center
University of Central Florida
P.O. Box 163170
Orlando, Florida 32816-3170


UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH COUNSELING CENTER, Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Psychology, August 1, 2007-July 31, 2008

Program Overview
The Post-Doctoral Fellowship offered at University of Pittsburgh Counseling Center is a twelve month; full-time experience designed to provide advanced clinical experience in preparation for functioning as a psychologist in a university counseling or mental health setting. The Counseling Center has a multidisciplinary staff who serves a richly diverse student population. At least 60 -70% of the fellow's time will be spent delivering direct services in the form of individual therapy, group therapy, crisis intervention, outreach programming, and consultation. Fellows will be involved in senior staff training and case consultation seminars, and will receive individual supervision. Fellows may also have an opportunity to assist teaching a pre-doctoral intern seminar, participate on committees, and assist in web page development and service assessments.

Applicants with a completed doctorate in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from an APA-approved program are strongly preferred, though ABD in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from an APA-approved program may be considered. All candidates must have completed an APA-accredited internship, preferably in a university counseling center prior to the start of the fellowship. Qualified candidates must also have strong generalist skills; knowledge and experience in brief therapy for individuals/couples/groups, multicultural and diversity issues, crisis intervention, and outreach and consultation. Our Counseling Center is open two evenings per week during Fall and Spring Terms. Fellows must have a willingness to work evening hours and participate in on-call services.

The fellowship carries a stipend of $24,000 with medical and vacation benefits.

Application Process
Applications will begin to be reviewed on March 5, 2007 and will be open until filled. Applicants must include:
* A letter of introduction
* Current Vita
* Three letters of recommendation from clinical supervisors, two of these being from the pre-doctoral internship and/or most current position in a mental health setting in which direct clinical therapy services are provided.

Direct applications and inquiries to:
Joellen Popma, Ph.D.
Associate Director
University of Pittsburgh Counseling Center
334 William Pitt Union
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
E-mail: jpopma@pitt.edu
Phone: 412-648-7930


Position Announcement: Staff Psychologist, Full Time, 12-month
Mental Health Services
Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas

RESPONSIBILITIES: Promote positive mental health in students by providing direct clinical services such as assessments, crisis intervention, individual and group counseling, consultation with faculty and staff, and outreach and involvement in campus community on mental health and wellness issues.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Doctorate in counseling or clinical psychology, or counselor education. Minimum of one year experience in university counseling center. The individual is expected to receive license as a Psychologist in State of Texas within 16 months of appointment, or receive licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor in State of Texas within 6 months of appointment.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Excellent clinical and counseling skills, good diagnostic and crisis-intervention skills, and demonstrated ability with time-limited therapy. Ability to assess and intervene with severely disturbed students. Demonstrated experience and commitment to providing outreach and prevention to college-age population, and enthusiasm for active collaboration with colleagues in Student Affairs and across the university community. Multicultural competence / sensitivity required. Excellent oral and written communication. Skilled with electronic technology, including electronic scheduling, record-keeping, and internal communication Preference given to candidates with two or more years experience in a university counseling center.

TCU and Region TCU enrolls ~8,800 students, and offers 100 undergraduate majors and 20 graduate degrees. The institution prides itself on delivering a world-class, values-centered education, and actively promotes values of diversity, inclusion, and personal freedom and integrity. The campus encompasses 268 acres in a residential neighborhood five miles from the heart of downtown Fort Worth. Fort Worth is a welcoming city with a unique mix of small-town friendliness and a vibrant commerce and entertainment scene. It is well-known for its cultural attractions- the stunning Kimbell Art Museum, the Modern Art Museum, and exciting theater, music, and restaurants attractions.
SALARY: Competitive, and commensurate with years of experience
APPLICATION Send letter of interest, vita, and have three current letters of recommendation sent to:
Linda R. Wolszon, Ph.D.
Director, Mental Health Services
TCU Box 298730
Fort Worth, TX 76129

Linda R. Wolszon, Ph.D.
Director, Mental Health Services
Texas Christian University
Fort Worth, TX 76109
(817) 257-7864
FAX (817) 257-7320

This job announcement is compliments of ACCTA, the Association of Counseling Center Training Agencies.

There's a listing of job announcement sites at the CC Village:
Click on "Job Listings"


Chronicle of Higher Education:

Positions in Counseling Centers:

American College Personell Association(ACPA)

Indiana University Counseling & Educational Psychology Department
Stacey M. Pearson, Ph.D., L.P.
Assistant Director for Psychology Training
University of Michigan Counseling and Psychological Services
3100 Michigan Union
520 S State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
734-763-0454 (fax)

Please note: For your own protection, please be aware that e-mail is not a confidential means of communication.

Posted by lind0449 at 9:07 AM


Basilica Mental Health Forum: Post Partum Depression, a panel discussion

Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2007; 7– 9 pm; The Great Hall of the Basilica School Building

Come join us for a panel discussion of post partum depression with Benita Dieperink, M.D. in psychiatry, as moderator, and Jean Antonello and Debra Irvin as panelists. Dr. Dieperink, along with her colleagues from Hennepin County Medical Center, began the Hennepin Women’s Mental Health program at HCMC in 1999. She has specialized in the treatment of women in reproductive transitions with psychiatric conditions. Jean and Deb have both suffered and lived through the challenges of post partum depression and will share their experiences with the participants. A question and answer period will follow and refreshments will be served. To register for this free workshop, e-mail jgrove@mary.org or call 612-317-3508.

Posted by lind0449 at 9:03 AM

Conference Information

The 2008 International Counseling Psychology Conference will be held March 5-9, 2008 in Chicago, Illinois. The conference program will span the issues critical to the practice and science of Counseling Psychology and is relevant to students, early career psychologists, academics, training directors, practitioners and consultants. Conference programming will include practice developments, evidence based treatment approaches, the latest new developments in research design and statistics, legislative advocacy and social justice, and issues specific to education and training from program and student perspectives. There will be continuing education programs, including a full day workshop on ethics. This conference is sponsored by the society of Counseling Psychology (Div. 17), Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs (CCPTP), and the Association of Counseling Centers Training Agencies (ACCTA). The conference is being designed to be relevant locally and globally and builds on the work of the previous Counseling Psychology conferences (e.g., Houston, Atlanta)! Please join us in 2008 and extend this announcement to your students/colleagues/graduates. The call for program proposals will follow soon. For more information, please contact THE 2008 Conference Coordinators, Linda Forrest at forrestl@uoregon.edu or Laura Palmer at palmerla@shu.edu.


Don't miss this interdisciplinary conference on family violence and animal abuse that is bringing together a unique and powerful range of national experts and highly engaged organizations.

Conference sponsored by University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, Partners for Violence Prevention and American Humane Association
" Building a Bridge of Hope: Interdisciplinary Conference on Family Violence and Animal Abuse"
"When animals are abused, people are at risk. When people are abused, animals are at risk." Phil Arkow

Please go to website for details and to register on-line:

Posted by lind0449 at 8:41 AM

February 9, 2007


Minnesota School Counselors Association
$500.00 Scholarship for Master's degree students
Application deadline February 28, 2007-- Must be a MSCA member to receive this scholarship
Click here (Download file) for description and application.
Contact Nancy Rach with questions nancy.rach@minnesota.edu

Posted by lind0449 at 1:28 PM

Employment Opportunities

Below is an extended entry that includes 10 job and post doc positions

COMMISSION7 Digest for Wednesday, January 31, 2007.

1. FW: {ACCTA} Job - Boston College
2. FW: {ACCTA} Post Doc Job - Barnard College
3. FW: {ACCTA} Post Doc Job - Florida International University
4. FW: [ACCTA] postdoctoral fellowship
5. FW: {ACCTA} Montana State University
6. FW: {ACCTA} Post Doc Job - University of Georgia
7. FW: {ACCTA} Faculty Job - Kennesaw State University
8. FW: {ACCTA} Job - Sonoma State University
9. FW: {ACCTA} Job - Allegheny College
10. FW: {ACCTA} Job - Baldwin-Wallace College
This job announcement is compliments of ACCTA, the Association of Counseling Center Training Agencies. There's a listing of job announcement sites at the CC Village: http://ub-counseling.buffalo.edu/sd.html.
Click on "Job Listings"

Chronicle of Higher Education:

Positions in Counseling Centers:

American College Personell Association(ACPA)

Indiana University
Counseling & Educational Psychology Department

For these complete Job and Post Doc Position Announcements, click on link below.

{ACCTA} Job - Boston College
> University Counseling Services of Boston College has an opening for a Staff Psychologist. This is a full-time, 12
> month position. Benefits are excellent and the salary range is competitive.

> University Counseling Services
University Counseling Services (UCS) is one of 10 departments in the Student Affairs division of the university. The mission of UCS is to address the mental health needs of the Boston College community. The staff of UCS provides a wide range of direct clinical services to diverse groups of students and also works with faculty and administrators in consultation, outreach and other collaborative initiatives.
> University Counseling Services maintains close connections with the academic units of the university as well as with student affairs. The department enjoys strong working relationships with faculty, staff and administrators, as well as with various student groups. Counseling Services is highly utilized with approximately 1300 students receiving individual services each year.
> Diversity is highly valued by University Counseling Services. We recognize and honor diversity among our staff. Boston College welcomes over 25% students of color in each freshman class. University Counseling Services has a strong commitment to working with students of color and other underrepresented populations of students.
> Responsibilities
> Individual and group counseling and psychotherapy, emergency coverage and crisis intervention, clinical consultation, outreach and programming, and supervision of post-doctoral fellows.>
> Qualifications
> Qualifications include doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology, two years post-degree experience preferred, licensed or license eligible, experience in university mental health preferred, commitment to working in an intense, high volume work environment. Candidates should have solid psychodynamic therapy skills and experience with time limited treatments. Multicultural competence and experience in working with clients of color and underserved populations is essential.
> Apply on-line at http://www.bc.edu/bcjobs
> ********************************************************************

> BARNARD COLLEGE'S COUNSELING CENTER: September 4, 2007 through May 31, 2009, 24 hours per week (months of June through August are off). Responsibilities include: crisis intervention, short-term individual therapy, group therapy, supervision of pre-doctoral psychology students, and outreach to the college community. Annual salary is $21,000. Applicant requirements include: Doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology preferred, although ABD candidates will be considered.
Application Deadline: February 28, 2007. To apply: Send letter of interest, curriculum vitae, there letters of recommendation, and a graduate-school transcript to Julia Sheehy, Ph.D., Training Director, Rosemary Furman Counseling Center, Barnard College, 3009 Broadway, 100 Hewitt Hall, New York, NY 10027.
Barnard College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Post Doc Job - Florida International University
> The Counseling and Psychological Services Centers at Florida International University is pleased to announce that we will be accepting applications for a one year post-doctoral residency. This residency is designed to meet the supervision requirements for licensure in the State of Florida.

> The position combines clinical and outreach experiences to registered university students. The resident will have the opportunity to gain experience in neuropsychological testing. There is also provision for supervision of practicum students. The emphasis is on providing advanced clinical training and the fellow will be supervised in individual, group, couple and crisis intervention.

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> Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2007 14:07:11 -0500
> From: "Merris Hollingsworth, Ph.D."
> Reply-To: merrish@UDEL.EDU
> Subject: [ACCTA] postdoctoral fellowship
> Please circulate this posting.
> Thank you!
> Merris
> Merris Hollingsworth, Ph.D.
> Psychologist II
> Assistant Director
> Coordinator, Predoctoral Internship
> Center for Counseling and Student Development
> 261 Perkins Student Center
> University of Delaware
> Newark, DE 19716
> (302)831-2141

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Montana State University
Full time, academic year. Start August 2007.
> Duties: Provision of psychotherapy, crisis intervention and outreach to the university population. Supervision to masters level trainees and doctoral interns in an APA accredited program. There is a possibility of teaching in an academic department on campus.
> Required: (1) Doctorate in Clinical or Counseling Psychology (by start date). (2) Licensed as a psychologist in the state of Montana, or eligible to take the state of Montana licensure examination no later than 2008/09 academic year. (3) Clinical experience working with adults.
> Preferred: (1) Doctorate obtained through an APA approved program. (2) Post doctoral clinical experience. (3)
> Experience providing supervision. (4) Experience working in a university counseling center and/or demonstrated potential for the variety of tasks required at a counseling center. (5) Clinical experience working with couples, facilitating groups/workshops, and providing crisis intervention. (6) An area of specialized interest or experience with one or more of the following: Sexual Trauma, Eating Disorders, Men's Issues, Women's Issues, Diversity & Multicultural Issues, Substance Abuse, Outreach Coordination, or Psychological Assessment.
> Salary: Competitive Salary for an entry level position (academic year). Comprehensive benefits include health insurance; vacation, professional and sick leave; access to university facilities and employee wellness programs; and a limited travel allowance.
> Montana State University-Bozeman is a land-grant university founded in 1893. Enrollment is about 12,400 (70% Montana residents). A large proportion of the student body is made up of students over traditional college age and married/partnered students. MSU-Bozeman offers over 120 undergraduate majors and 76 graduate programs.
> Bozeman, Montana, a town of about 35,000 full-time residents, located in the Gallatin Valley (population approximately 80,000) of Southwestern Montana, is ideal for those with interests in outdoor recreation. The nearest ski area is only 15 miles from town. Yellowstone National Park is 90 miles away; numerous nearby mountain ranges offer countless hiking, backpacking, and camping opportunities; and there is outstanding whitewater and trout fishing within minutes of town. The community offers a variety of cultural and fine
> arts activities.
> Application Materials:
> Please submit only those items requested below. Unsolicited materials will be discarded.
> All candidates please supply:
> A letter addressing the duties, required and preferred qualifications listed above. Current resume. Three letters of recommendation, at least two of which must be directly related to the candidate's clinical style, ability, and expertise. Names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three other references the Search Committee may contact.
> Additional materials may be requested as the search progresses.
> Candidates not holding a doctorate degree at the time of applying, please also submit:
> A letter from your advisor attesting to the completion date of your doctorate degree.
> Send to: Tammy Haas, Search Secretary
> MSU Counseling & Psychological Services
> P.O. Box 173180
> Bozeman, MT 59717-3180>
> Screening begins February 19, 2007 until position is filled.
> ADA/AA/EO/VETERANS PREFERENCE. In compliance with the Montana Veterans' Employment Preference Act, MSU provides preference in employment to veterans, disabled veterans and certain eligible relatives of veterans. MSU makes accommodation for any known disability that may interfere with an applicant's ability to compete in the hiring process or an employee's ability to perform the duties of the job. To claim veteran's preference or request accommodation, contact Affirmative Action, Montana Hall, MSU-Bozeman, MT 59717 [406/994 2042 (TDD: 406/994 4191)].

The University of Georgia Post-Doctoral Fellow Position
> Three postdoctoral fellow positions are available for 2007-08 at Counseling & Psychiatric Services (CAPS) at The University of Georgia's University Health Center. Admission requirements include completion of all professional degree requirements from a regionally accredited institution of higher education or an APA/CPA accredited program and completion of an APA approved predoctoral internship. The Fellow must have received a diploma before the first day of the fellowship or have a letter from Director of graduate studies verifying that all degree requirements have been met. Previous counseling center experience is preferred.
> These positions are designed for individuals who are interested in meeting the requirements for licensure in the
> State of Georgia and working in a multi-disciplinary university health center with a focus on clinical service to
> students. The fellowship will begin on August 9, 2007 and end on August 8, 2008. Start date and end date are negotiable, but must be approved by the Training Director. The 2000-hour postdoctoral program meets all requirements for licensure in the state of Georgia, including a minimum of 500 direct contact hours. Fellows are provided two hours per week of individual supervision by senior psychologists, each of whom has been licensed for more than three years. In addition, Fellows will participate in group supervision through a weekly case conference meeting.
> The stipend for the 2007-2008 postdoctoral fellowship is $27, 000. Fellows are also eligible for staff benefits which include: health and dental insurance, retirement, vacation, sick leave, professional development/licensing preparation time (one week per semester), exercise facilities, and library privileges. Funds ($250) are also available for workshop fees.
> Applications should include:>
> 1. Cover letter, which details clinical experience and expresses professional goals related to CAPS postdoctoral program. Names and phone numbers of 3 references that can be contacted by phone should also be included.
> 2. Current curriculum vitae.
> 3. Three letters of reference
> The application deadline is March 15, 2007. Please send materials to:
> Heather Buffington
> Department Manager
> Counseling & Psychological Services
> University Health Center
> The University of Georgia
> Athens, Georgia 30602-1755
> Please send questions via e-mail to aclarke@uhs.uga.edu. The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution.
Faculty Job - Kennesaw State University
Position Announcement - Joint Appointment
Department of Psychology and Program in African & African Diaspora Studies
> SPECIALTY AREAS: Diversity Issues in Psychology
> RANK: Assistant Professor
> A growing and progressive university in Georgia's public system of higher education invites applications for an
> anticipated (pending availability of funds) nine-month, tenure-track position of assistant professor of psychology beginning in August 2007. This is a joint appointment with the Department of Psychology (75%) and the African & African Diaspora Studies (AADS) program (25%), a multidisciplinary program. Located on an attractive campus
> in suburban metropolitan Atlanta, Kennesaw State University enrolls 20,000 traditional and nontraditional baccalaureate and master's students and is engaged in an impressive array of applied research and professional service initiatives. We strongly encourage collaboration among faculty between our units, and we recognize the diverse backgrounds and interests of our faculty and students.
> Qualifications include an earned doctorate in psychology with demonstrated effectiveness in teaching and scholarship. Candidates must be able to teach research methods and experimental psychology plus a variety of diversity courses that contribute to the department and the AADS program. Teaching is a primary focus; a record of research or indication of publication potential is essential (ideally diversity-related). The successful candidate will also provide service to both programs. KSU has established a notable record for the inclusion of minorities and women in its educational mission and strongly encourages applications from both groups. Salary is competitive and based on experience and qualifications.
> APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: To guarantee consideration, application materials must be received by March 1, 2007. Candidates should send a letter of application addressing position qualifications, teaching philosophy, and scholarship activity; current curriculum vita; three reference letters; and official graduate transcripts to Dr. Ginny Zhan, Diversity Search Chair, Department of Psychology, Mailbox #2202, Kennesaw State University, 1000 Chastain Road, Kennesaw, GA 30144-5591. Visit Kennesaw State University's home page at www.kennesaw.edu and the department's homepage at www.kennesaw.edu/psychology.
> Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
Job - Sonoma State University
Director of Counseling and Psychological Services
> Administrator II
> Student Services
> First review of applications: February 7, 2007
> Please refer to #2790 in all correspondence regarding this position.

> Position: Reporting directly to the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, the Director of
> Counseling and Psychological Services is the overall administrator and coordinator of Counseling/Psychological
> Services, which provides direct counseling services to students and of Disabled Student Services which verifies
> student disabilities and provides direct advising services to students with disabilities. Responsibilities are divided into five different areas as follows:
> * Personnel Management: selecting, training, and evaluating staff; negotiating faculty/counselor exchanges with academic departments; maintaining open communications and informing staff of administrative decisions, policies, and expectations; facilitating staff professional development; and providing mediation and conflict resolution for faculty, staff, and students.
> * Program Management: leading staff in establishing program priorities, goals, and objectives; providing leadership in the design of program policies and procedures congruent with University goals, consistent with professional standards, and responsive to the changing needs of students; encouraging and facilitating the implementation of new programs to improve the scope and quality of services offered; supervising clinical record keeping and information to insure appropriate standard of care; and managing staff in data collection, statistics on program delivery, and evaluation of programs and services.
> * Campus and Community Relations: maintaining a close working relationship with the Student Health Center on broad programmatic issues and fostering a team approach with specific issues; consulting and working closely with staff in Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, Administration and Finance and academic departments in developing and implementing preventative mental health programs and services for students with disabilities; developing effective relationships with off-campus mental health services; and serving on appropriate campus committees.
> * Budget Management: planning and prioritizing the budget for Counseling/Psychological Services and Disabled Student Services; resource allocation and management; and articulating budget needs.
> * Psychological Services: providing consultation to students, faculty, staff, administration, and parents on a variety of psychological issues and problems; consulting with counseling staff members on clinical issues as needed, especially those concerning danger to self or others; supervising interns at the masters, post-masters, pre-doctoral, and post-doctoral level; performing outreach activities such as workshops, trainings, and presentations on psychological topics; and maintaining a counseling workload, particularly for emergency and critical cases.
> * Disabled Student Services: providing consultation to students, faculty and staff on a variety of issues
> surrounding students with disabilities; consulting with DSS staff members on issues as needed; supporting outreach activities such as workshops, trainings and presentations on topics related to students with disabilities; maintaining currency in disability law.

> Qualifications: A doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology or an equivalent degree is required, as well as possession of a license or eligibility to be a Licensed California Psychologist. A minimum of five years of counseling or clinical experience and three years of supervisory experience with staff or interns, preferably in a college or university counseling center is required. The successful candidate will have experience in providing brief individual and group psychotherapy and effective training and supervision. In addition, experience in working with and providing for a multicultural student population, and provision of consultation/leadership in policy formation and program development is required. Personal attributes will enable effective interaction with administrators, faculty, staff, and students. Requires knowledge of legal issues and responsibilities for the profession and evidence of an understanding of and adherence to the highest principles of ethical behavior. (Evidence of degree(s) or certificate(s) required at time of hire.)
> Salary and Benefits: Starting salary placement is not anticipated to exceed $85,000 annually, depending on
> qualifications and experience. The Director of Counseling and Psychological Services is a member of the Management Personnel Plan and serves at the pleasure of the President. Benefits include extensive health, dental, and vision coverage, vacation accrual, retirement system membership and fee waiver for approved University courses. A comprehensive benefits summary for this position is available at http://www.calstate.edu/Benefits/Summaries/2006_MPP.pdf or by request at Human Services.
> Application Process: A completed SSU Employment Application form is required for each desired position by the filing deadline. Filing deadlines may be extended to meet the needs of the recruitment. A resume may be submitted in addition to the application. Please be aware that any resume submitted without a completed application will not be considered. For more information on the application process and to download an on-line application, please visit www.sonoma.edu/hs/. You may also contact Human Services to have an application mailed to you. Materials submitted with your application will not be returned. Human Services must receive applications for staff positions by 4:30 p.m. on the filing deadline date, unless otherwise specified. The ADA Coordinator is available to assist individuals with disabilities in need of accommodation in the hiring process.
> Sonoma State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States

> ********************************************************************
Allegheny College
Director, Counseling Center

> Allegheny College, a small selective liberal arts college located in northwest Pennsylvania, invites applications for the position of Director of the Counseling Center. This is a full time administrative position reporting to the Associate Dean of Students for Wellness Education. The Counseling Center offers individual counseling for a variety of personal, academic and career related issues, crisis services and also does campus community outreach and wellness programs.
> The position will oversee the operations and staff of the Counseling Center, including two full time professional counselors, a secretary/receptionist, a part time doctoral student and contracted psychiatric services. The Director will provide direct individual counseling to students; respond to crisis situations; develop and implement outreach programs to the college community; develop and maintain strong working relationships with administrative and academic departments; oversee and participate in the on-call weekend and evening Counseling Center crisis response rotation; develop and monitor annual budget; participate in or lead college committees as needed or appointed; provide clinical supervision to counselors and interns; and be an active member of the Student Affairs Directors' team.
> Requirements for the 11-month, on-going position include a minimum of five years of progressively responsible professional experience in a college/university counseling center or other closely related experience. An earned doctorate in counseling or clinical psychology and PA license or license eligibility is highly desirable. College/university counseling experience and demonstrated expertise with young adult developmental and mental health concerns essential. Leadership, interpersonal communication and teamwork skills are important along with an ability to interact easily with many campus constituents.
> Allegheny College is a Carnegie I national liberal arts college that ranks among the top 7% of liberal arts colleges in the production of future Ph.D.'s, business leaders and other professionals. The College is located in Northwest Pennsylvania, north of Pittsburgh. Its picturesque location is ideal for outdoor recreation, with eight freshwater lakes, ski areas and recreational opportunities all within easy reach. Meadville was voted one of the top 100 places to live in a recent "Relocate America" survey.
> Please submit a letter of application, recent transcripts, curriculum vitae, licensure standing, and three references to the Office of Human Resources, Allegheny College, 520 N. Main Street, Meadville, PA 16335. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Anticipated start date is for the 2007/08 academic year.
> Allegheny College is an Equal Opportunity Employer
> Debra Thaler, Ph.D.
> Licensed Psychologist
> Director, Counseling Center
> Allegheny College
> 304 Reis Hall
> 814-332-4368

> ********************************************************************
> Position Vacancy Announcement Division of Student Affairs
> Assistant Director of Counseling Services
> Position Title: Assistant Director of Counseling Services
> Classification: N - Administrative Staff
> Reports to: Director of the Counseling Center
> Status: Full-time exempt 10 months
> (August - May)
> Job Summary: The Assistant Director of Counseling Services works closely with the Director of Counseling Services to provide psychological services to the student body of Baldwin-Wallace College. The Assistant Director has primary responsibilities of administering the internship program (including supervision of some of the interns) and outreach/prevention programming. S/he also maintains a caseload of individual clients. Anticipated start date is
> August 1, 2007.
> Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
> . Provide individual and group counseling to students
> . Conduct psychological testing and assessment
> . Provide emergency crisis coverage and intervention (some weekend and evening hours required)
> . Assume primary responsibility for recruitment, training and supervision of graduate interns
> . Provide training and psychoeducational programming to student organizations and general student population
> . Provide consultation services to faculty and staff as needed
> . Coordinate the implementation of a yearly sexual assault prevention program for first-year students
> . Support a collaborative relationship between counseling and health services
> . Attend Student Affairs meetings and participate in activities of the Division
> . Assist Director in assessment and evaluation of Counseling Services
> . Assist Director in maintaining compliance with all HIPPA regulations
> . Adhere to College and departmental policies
> . Perform other duties as assigned
> Qualifications:
> . Doctorate or Master's in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work or related field
> . Licensed or license-eligible as a psychologist, counselor, or social worker in the State of Ohio and eligible to supervise graduate interns seeking licensure
> . Five years of counseling experience (two years in a college setting preferred)
> . Formal coursework and training in supervision
> . Preference will be given to candidates who show evidence of being a strong generalist with demonstrated skills in and a commitment to providing clinical and outreach services to diverse populations (e.g., students of color, sexually diverse students, international students)
> . Must pass background check
> Compensation: A competitive salary plus a comprehensive benefits package that includes health and dental insurance, short-term disability, 403 (b) retirement plan, life insurance and tuition remission benefits. To learn more about the College's benefits package, go to: http://www.bw.edu/resources/hr/
> To apply: Please send or email HR@bw.edu a resume, cover letter and contact information for three professional
> references postmarked no later than Friday, March 23, 2007 to: Department of Human Resources, Baldwin-Wallace College, 275 Eastland Rd., Berea, OH 44017.
> B-W is an equal opportunity/affirmative employer and educator committed to diversity in the classroom and workplace and promotes a drug-free/weapon-free/smoke-free workplace.
> ********************************************************************
> This job announcement is compliments of ACCTA, the
> Association of Counseling Center Training Agencies.
> There's a listing of job announcement sites at the CC
> Village: http://ub-counseling.buffalo.edu/sd.html.
> Click on "Job Listings"
> http://www.apa.org/ads/
> Chronicle of Higher Education:
> http://chronicle.com/free/jobs/admin/counsel/l> inks.htm
> Positions in Counseling Centers:
> http://www2.kumc.edu/people/llong/picc/
> American College Personell Association(ACPA)
> http://acpant.acpa.nche.edu/onplace.nsf
> Indiana University
> Counseling & Educational Psychology Department
> http://www.indiana.edu/~cepwp/cepjobs.html
> ********************************************************************
> ********************************************************************
> Jennie M. Cassidy, Ph.D.
> Director, Counseling Services
> Coastal Carolina University
> 204 University Blvd.
> Conway, SC 29528-6054
> (843) 349-2305
> FAX: (843) 349-2898
> jcassidy@coastal.edu
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> communication. Please do not send confidential information or
> information that requires an immediate reply over e-mail.
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Posted by lind0449 at 12:52 PM

Employment Opportunities

Short-term data collector position available

I am seeking 1-2 data collectors for the Ounce Research Project (ORP).
ORP is examining the impact of an observational assessment tool used by parents and child care providers who have infants and toddlers. Data collectors will videotape provider-child interactions for an hour, and obtain short speech samples (about 15 minute phone calls) from parents and providers. Data collection runs from mid-March through mid-April.
Caseload will be approximately 10 providers and 10 parents. The best candidates for the job will have some experience with early care and education settings and talking with parents. A job description is below.
If you are interested or have questions, please contact me as soon as possible.

Amy Susman-Stillman
Community Researcher
Ounce Research Project (ORP)
Center for Early Education and Development
University of Minnesota

About the Ounce Research Project...
Click link below for complete job description

About the Ounce Research Project:
The Ounce Research Project (ORP) is a study about how using The Ounce ScaleT affects childcare providers and parents' knowledge and understanding of their infants and toddlers. The Ounce Scale^TM is an observation tool for caregivers and parents to learn about the development of an infant or toddler. In this study, one group of child care providers will receive Ounce training in the fall of 2006 and the second group will receive it in the fall of 2007. From September, 2006 to October, 2007, we will collect information from the child care providers and parents by talking with them, videotaping them, and asking them to fill out a survey. The information we collect will help us know what child care providers and parents learn by using The Ounce Scale and how to improve Ounce training.

Job Description:
To collect data from child care providers and parents who are participating in the ORP.

You will talk with providers and parents over the phone and audiotape part of the conversation. You will go to the child care setting (family child care home or infant-toddler room in a child care center) and videotape the child care provider caring for the child. You will observe what is going on during the videotaping and take notes. You will send all your information back to the University. The University will provide all equipment and paperwork needed to complete the tasks.

We will hold a training session beforehand so you can learn how to do each part of the data collection.

Data collection will occur at three times between September, 2006 and October, 2007: September-October, 2006; March-April, 2007; and September-October, 2007. We prefer candidates who can commit to participating at all three data collection times between August, 2006 and October, 2007.

Specific Tasks:
. Attend a data collector training in the metro area on March 2, 2007 and refresher training in the late summer, 2007.
. Complete Human Subjects and HIPAA training online
. Call the child care providers and parents participating in ORP who are in your region (up to 10 parents and 10 providers) to conduct a short interview, set up an observation visit.
. Conduct an on-site observation at the child care setting with videotaping (reliable transportation/driving is required)
. Take notes as needed in required format
. Complete all phone interviews and observations between March-April, 2007 and August-October, 2007.
. Submit all data collected to the University by the appointed deadline.
. Conduct yourself in a professional manner and respect the confidentiality of child care providers and parents.

Position: This is a consultant position. Estimated number of hours is approximately 50 hours of work for each data collection period. Driving time is included (up to 3 hours roundtrip). Hourly rate is $17.50/hour plus mileage at the standard rate of 44.5 cents per mile.

. Experience with child care
. Some education in early education, child development, parent education or child care
. Some background in research or research methods helpful, but not necessary
. Excellent observational and organizational skills
. Must enjoy detail-oriented work, be able to work independently, meet deadlines, and maintain contact with long distance supervisor

To apply, please email or fax your resume to Amy Susman-Stillman, Ph.D., Principal Investigator, at asusman@umn.edu or 612-625-2093 (f). Please include your contact information, a brief paragraph about why you are interested in this position, and the name and contact information for 2 references.

Posted by lind0449 at 12:43 PM

Conference Participation

Student Poster Session - Call For Proposals

I will be receiving submissions for the student poster session. Please see attached guidelines. Proposals can be emailed to kennym@bc.edu.

Guidelines: Download file

Society of Counseling Psychology (APA Division 17) Student Poster Session
American Psychological Association Convention
San Francisco, California, 17-20 August 2007
Submission Deadline for Proposals: 20 March 2007


Communication from the Leadership of International Counseling Psychology

There is an opportunity for students to submit posters on international topics for potential presentation at APA in San Francisco. Our Section will be hosting a poster session. For details on this, visit www.div17.org/sectionposter/default.htm.

We hope people will act on this and spread the word to other students, especially international students.



May 5 - 13, 2007 - St. Petersburg, Russia
(Formal conference program May 6-11)
Sponsored by Common Bond Institute (USA) & HARMONY Institute (RUSSIA), in cooperation with the International Humanistic Psychology Association

NOW MORE THAN EVER -- a time that calls for new thinking, new vision, new understanding, and new ways of relating in an increasingly interdependent global community.
The 2007 PROGRAM is currently being developed and presentations are being accepted.
Submissions requested by: 3-10-2007
(Early submission is recommended for best choice of sessions. Submissions after this date are considered for evening or replacement sessions as space permits)
JOIN over 50 presenters and hundreds of participants from across the world for another dynamic program and multicultural community experience.

A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY / MULTI-CULTURAL CONFERENCE that has received support from Former President Clinton, Former President Yeltsin, St. Petersburg Governor Jakovlev, endorsed by over 80 leading-edge organizations and universities internationally, and part of the Hague Appeal for Peace Civil Society Calendar.

INTENT and FOCUS: The ICR Conference offers an open forum for many perspectives and approaches, exploring conflict transformation within diverse contexts, including: arts/creativity, cross-cultural/ethnic, ecology/environment, economics/business, education, gender, global/regional conflict, health/healing arts, human rights, organizational/community, psychotherapy, and transpersonal/spiritual. Focus is on all aspects of conflict, from the intrapersonal - to the interpersonal - to relationships between groups, organizations, cultures, and societies - and ultimately between us and other species. Many opportunities are provided for intensive dialogues on theory and perceptions of conflict and transformation, sharing programs and curriculums, practical skills training, networking and collaboration, and a powerful intentional community experience.

FORMAT: an 8 DAY Itinerary:
6 DAYS of workshops, roundtables, lectures, demonstrations, all-day institutes, group dialogues, and community meetings. 50 day-program sessions, and a full slate of evening activities and social / cultural events.
2 DAYS of pre- and post-conference cultural events, tours, and professional visits and meetings in St. Petersburg.

(See the CBI web site for a sample of previous conference program)

PARTICIPATION: Participants have come from over 65 countries and all continents, providing excellent networking opportunities. The program attracts key stakeholders in their respective societies, some from both sides of existing conflicts, who can model and teach these skills to many others.
For information, proposal and registration forms, CONTACT:
Steve Olweean, Coordinator
12170 S. Pine Ayr Drive, Climax, Michigan 49034
Ph/Fax: 269-665-9393 E-mail: SOlweean@aol.com
Full details available at WEB SITE: www.cbiworld.org

Posted by lind0449 at 11:21 AM

CSPP Announcements


Vim Dab Neeb Los Tshoj*: A Case Study of a Hmong-American Man in Distress
Dan Hess, Pahoua Yang, & Michael Goh

Timothy Dunnigan (Department of Anthropology)

Wednesday, February 21
250 Wuhling
Ed Psych faculty meeting to follow (1:30-2:00).
Refreshments will be provided

*Because the spirits have come calling

(An announcement and the abstract for the presentation are attached.)
Poster: Download file
Abstract: Download file

Kathleen Walter
Student Personnel Coordinator
Department of Educational Psychology
University of Minnesota
206 Burton Hall
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612 624 1698
612 624 8241 (fax)


TO: University of Minnesota Twin Cities Faculty and Staff
FROM: Jerry Rinehart, Vice Provost for Student Affairs
RE: Mental Health Resources for Students

The new Student Mental Health web site www.mentalhealth.umn.edu is a web resource designed for students, their parents, faculty, and staff who are looking for student mental health information and related resources at the University of Minnesota. We recommend that you bookmark this site.

According to a recent survey, nearly half of all college students report feeling so depressed that they have trouble functioning, and 15 percent meet the criteria for clinical depression. Untreated depression can lead to suicide, which is the second leading cause of death among college students. Students can access mental health services at:

• Boynton Health Service (http://www.bhs.umn.edu/services/mentalhealth.htm), and
• University Counseling and Consulting Services (http://www.ucs.umn.edu/).

Additional University resources you should be aware of to assist students are:

Disability Services (http://ds.umn.edu) provides assistance with academic accommodations for students with diagnosed mental health conditions. Consultation and problem-solving regarding disability issues is available for faculty, staff, and supervisors.

The Center for Teaching and Learning (http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/teachlearn/) provides a number of workshops and programs which are designed to help teaching assistants and faculty to deal with a variety of classroom situations, including those related to students who may have a mental illness or disability.


From: Robert H. Bruininks [mailto:bulk-nr@umn.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2007
To: John L Romano
Subject: President's Student Leadership and Service Award

Dear Faculty, Staff, and Students on the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Campus

I am pleased to announce the Call for Nominations and Applications for the 2007 President's Student Leadership and Service Awards. Each year, this award honors the accomplishments of outstanding students and their invaluable contributions of leadership and service to the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus and the community. All administrators, faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to nominate current University students for this prestigious award that is given out annually to one-half percent of all University students.

Undergraduate recipients of the President's Student Leadership and Service Award may also be considered for the Donald R. Zander Award for Outstanding Student Leadership (a $1,000 scholarship is given to two recipients) and the University of Minnesota Alumni Association Student Leadership Award (a $500 scholarship is given to eight recipients). Graduate and professional student recipients of the President's Student Leadership and Service Award may also be considered for the Mary A. McEvoy Award for Public Engagement and Leadership (a $1,000 scholarship is given to one graduate and one professional student).

I am looking forward to presenting all of these awards at the annual President's Awards banquet scheduled for Thursday, May 3, 2007.

Please join me in celebrating the contributions made by outstanding student leaders by nominating deserving students for the President's Student Leadership and Service Awards. The deadline for submitting applications is Wednesday, February 14, 2007.

For more information and to access online nomination forms, please visit the Student Activities Office website at http://www.sao.umn.edu/Awards/ or telephone the Student Activities Office at 612-626-6919.


Robert H. Bruininks

Posted by lind0449 at 10:39 AM

Research Participation

My name is Christopher Black. I am a Ph.D. student in counseling psychology at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. I am currently working on a research project investigating variables affecting counseling self-efficacy in counselors in training. I would greatly appreciate your assistance in collecting data for the study. I would like your permission to send some questionnaire packets through the mail to the counseling supervisors in your department to distribute to their trainees. The packets include self addressed stamped envelopes and the trainees can complete the surveys at their convenience. Participation is completely voluntary and confidential.

This study has been IRB approved. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Thank you,
Chris Black
University of Missouri-Kansas City
5100 Rockhill Rd.
Kansas City, MO 64110

Posted by lind0449 at 10:31 AM


The Wellstone Bill is Back

The fight for mental health fairness is on again, and we need your help to finally pass the Wellstone bill. For years, Paul Wellstone fought for a bill to end discrimination by insurance companies against people struggling with mental illness. When he died, a bipartisan group of representatives and senators renamed the bill after Wellstone and recruited a majority of their colleagues to sign on as co-sponsors. A new House version of the bill, called the Paul Wellstone Mental Health and Addiction Equity Act, will be introduced in the coming days. The Senate will take up a companion bill, and we'll be asking you to join us in fighting to make it as strong as the House bill.

The chances of passing the Wellstone bill are better than ever, but we’ve been down this road before. Powerful economic interests will do everything they can to weaken legislation that ends mental health discrimination. We need your help to pass this important bill. The authors of the House version of the bill, Congressmen Patrick Kennedy and Jim Ramstad, are holding hearings across the country to discuss the bill and take testimony from people whose lives it would impact. We are mobilizing our members to learn more about the issue, advocate for fairness, and be prepared to take action as the two versions of the bill make it through Congress.

Here are three things you can do to help:

1. Learn more about the Wellstone bill and the importance of mental health parity. Click here to read more. http://www.wellstone.org/network/issue_page.aspx?catID=2796

2. Attend one of the national hearings held by Congressmen Kennedy and Ramstad. Click here to see a list of upcoming hearings. http://takeaction.mentalhealthamerica.net/site/PageServer?pagename=Equity_Campaign

3. Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper. Click here for some talking points. http://www.wellstone.org/network/actionitem_detail.aspx?itemID=9190&catID=2796

In the coming weeks, we will be launching a fax campaign to members of Congress in support of mental health fairness, and we'll ask you to get involved. In the meantime, click here http://www.wellstone.org/network/article_detail.aspx?itemID=9225&catID=2796 to read recent press coverage about the parity effort. As we get updates on the progress of the bill in the House and Senate, we’ll keep you updated at wellstone.org.

Wellstone Action


We invite you to participate

Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology
Revista Electrónica de Investigación Psicoeducativa

Dear colleague:

I hope you have had the opportunity to visit the latest issue of the Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology. We are excited at the ongoing progress of this international journal, a unique collaboration between between academicians and practitioners in the field of Educational Psychology, about to begin its fifth year of publication. A Google search on the term "educational psychology research" now gives us the Number One position.

First, I wish to thank many of you for your collaboration as reviewers during these initial years. We know the time and effort involved in reviewing articles, so please accept our sincere recognition of your valuable contribution.

At this time we are updating our database of reviewers in order to streamline our editorial process and to expand our base of international referees. For this purpose, if you are already one of our reviewers, or would like to participate as a referee in the future, please take a moment to reply to this message, filling in the information requested below:

Full Name:
Affiliation 1 (Department and Universidad):
Affiliation 2 (Organization where currently working):

Research Interests:

Regarding fields of specialization, please indicate a maximum of three, selecting options from the attached classification file wherever possible.

Thank you for your interest, and we hope you will take advantage to participate with us in this fruitful project of EJREP during the New Year -- whether as reader, referee, contributing author, or even to publicize your events or your organization. Let us know how we may serve you.

Best regards,

Dr. Jesús de la Fuente
Dept. of Developmental and Educational Psychology
University of Almería (Spain)
Editor/Director www.investigacion-psicopedagogica.org

P.S. We take this opportunity to inform you of upcoming monographic issues for 2007, should you wish to submit a paper:

1) April: Vocational Psychology and Guidance
3) December: Evaluating and improving Teaching/Learning processes

Posted by lind0449 at 10:19 AM

February 6, 2007

CSPP Announcements


GradSEHD (Graduate Students of Education and Human Development) will be holding its annual election day of its board members on Thursday, February 8th at 12:15 p.m. in Room 128 Burton Hall. Positions include president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, webmaster and general officer. Pizza lunch will be provided.

GradSEHD is the representing body of all graduate students in the College of Education and Human Development to our College, to the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly (GAPSA), and to the University of Minnesota. Being able to elect our officials will enable all of us to benefit from funding opportunities, advocate for college graduate students, and facilitate professional and personal development by sponsoring talks, presentations, workshops, out-reach programs, and fun activities that foster a sense of belonging to our College of Education and Human Development learning community. Please make sure you attend the meeting on Thursday, February 8.

However, if you want to nominate yourself or someone else but you cannot attend, you can send us a direct email that explains who you want to nominate, and for what position, and we will make sure the name is listed among the candidates. Don’t hesitate to contact anyone of us if you have any questions! Hope to see you on Feb 8th! Sincerely, GradSEHD interim board members: Mohammed Elmeski (elmes002@umn.edu), Gemma Puti (punti002@umn.edu), Willington Kamukama (kamu0002@umn.edu), Shadrack I Kiunga (kiun0001@umn.edu), Lili Dong (dongx043@umn.edu).

Posted by lind0449 at 12:50 PM

February 2, 2007

CSPP Announcements

When: Thursday, February 8th, 2007, 12:15-1:00 pm--with an opportunity to meet with your advisor after the meeting.
Location: 240 Burton Hall
Topic: Filling out a degree program--a blank degree program form will be provided at the meeting.
Who: This meeting is required for all first year CSPP MA students and all doctoral students who have not yet submitted their degree program.



Student Representative Meeting
Thursday, January 25, 3007
8:15 a.m.

Present: Chris Bedford, Leslie Mulder, Anna Roth, Morgan Paldron, Sherri Turner, Kay Herting Wahl

Regrets: Deanne Truax, Kristin Williams

Business: Doctoral students requested that SPSS and a printer be installed in the two computers in the CSPP student lounge. Masters students agreed with this request. Chris Bedford will check with Mark Swoverland regarding the costs of SPSS installation and printer set-up.

Doctoral students also raised concerns about the trend of printing off multiple course readings off WebCT as opposed to being able to buy a course packet in the bookstore. The student reps and faculty briefly discussed the cost benefits for both methods. It was mentioned that faculty may either put course readings on WebCT and students incur the printing costs (if necessary) OR have a course reading packet made at the bookstore, but not both, as the bookstore would not make a return on their investment if the packets were printed but not purchased. The larger issue of how to make the web (WebCT) more user-friendly was also raised.

The issue of CSPP course order was raised on behalf of the second-year M.A. students, who were absent from this meeting. There has been some concern that Assessment of Psych Disorders (Abnormal Psych) comes too late in the course lineup, as students would like this knowledge/experience before beginning their practica. Suggestions were made to change this course with career counseling or ethics, or offer the abnormal psych course in the summer. Another suggestion was made to make the course order distinct for each track so community counseling students could take it in their first year. However, this raises the issue of people who are still deciding which track they will take and missing out on classes. Members of the representative group seemed to agree that there is no perfect solution to course order, and that moving courses around in the order that they are taken can benefit one group of students while disadvantaging other groups (e.g., moving career counseling could disadvantage students who want to take their second year practicum in a career center).

The first-year M.A. students reported several concerns and issues. First, the temperature of Burton Hall 123 is too warm and temperature regulation is unsystematic and unsuccessful (i.e., when the window is opened the students sitting next to the window get too cold). Dr. Turner will contact Sandy Hill to discuss this issue.

Morgan Paldron has organized a library tour for CSPP students/faculty/staff for Thursday 2/1 from 11:30-1:30 in Wilson Library. Meet in the basement of Wilson or walk over from Burton at 11:15am.

There have been two broomball teams established for CSPP, “Ice Therapy� and “Freudian Slip�. They will play on Wednesday nights.

CSPP T-shirts have been designed by Hayley Cluever in the first-year M.A. cohort and will be presented for purchase sometime this semester.

Kay Herting Wahl is organizing a group advising meeting on how to complete a degree programs form. This meeting will occur sometime in February and there will be more details to come.

The faculty is working on building a bank of questions for the written preliminary exam. Ph.D. students who need to sign up for the Spring preliminary exam must do so by the last day of January. A reminder email will be sent out regarding when to sign up for the comprehensive exam in April 2007 (2nd year M.A. students).

A concern was raised by Kay Herting Wahl regarding the spring semester schedule for first-year M.A. school counseling students. This group of students has three classes in a row on Tuesdays. Kay Herting Wahl is working on a solution to this issue.

Faculty are planning an Alumni Luncheon in March to give alumni opportunities to become reacquainted with current CSPP programs, to acknowledge alumni for their distinguished professional service and past support, and to describe opportunities to support the CSPP program and its students through serving on advisory boards, serving as mentors, supervisors, or other types of field work sponsors for current CSPP students, and helping to raise philanthropic support for CSPP programs and students

A possible brown bag series on was discussed and Leslie Mulder was asked to conceptualize important topics and begin working on this.

Graduate Student Research Day will be held on March 9, 2007. This is a day to familiarize oneself with the ongoing work in the Department of Educational Psychology and to become acquainted with the research projects of graduate students. The event will be held in the Mississippi Room in Coffman Memorial Union. Proposals to present in this event can be found at http://www.education.umn.edu/EdPsych/forms/GSRDProposal.doc. Students must have their advisor’s signature before submitting proposals to this event. Newly admitted prospective students will be invited as usual.

Next meeting: Thursday, February 22, 8:15 a.m. in 240 Burton Hall
Any interested students are free to come to this open meeting.

Please send your questions or concerns to your student representatives:
1st year MA Reps.: Leslie Mulder and Anna Roth
2nd year MA Reps.: Kristin Williams and Deanne Truax
PhD Reps.: Morgan Paldron and Chris Bedford
Faculty Reps.: Sherri Turner and Kay Herting-Wahl

Minutes recorded by Leslie Mulder.


Grad Student Research Day
If you have any last minute questions or concerns about advisor signatures or getting your proposal in, please call Emily in the CSPP office or Kathy Walter.

Don’t forget to submit your proposals for Ed Psych’s Grad Student Research Day this week; Friday is the deadline. Here’s the form for the proposal: http://www.education.umn.edu/EdPsych/forms/GSRDProposal.doc


Kathleen Walter
Student Personnel Coordinator
Department of Educational Psychology
University of Minnesota
206 Burton Hall
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612 624 1698
612 624 8241 (fax)


Dear CSPPers,

My name is Ju-Ping Huang, a first-year doctoral at the CSPP. I am writing on behalf of Dr. Sherri Turner to recruit some new members for our exciting research project. This project is about career development of the young adults with disabilities at a transition school. We are looking for graduate students who are interested in developing career development research as well working with young adults with disabilities. Mainly now we would love to have some students to do data collections. In the future, you will also be involved in literature review and other research tasks.

Please contact me at huan0316@umn.edu, if you would like to have more information.

PS: Please notice it is an unpaid position.

Ju-Ping Huang, MA
Teaching Assistant & Research Assistant
Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology
Department of Educational Psychology
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Posted by lind0449 at 9:52 AM

Employment Opportunities

Reader-Grader Needed Now for AFRO/HIST 3431 "Historical Background to Contemporary Conflicts in Africa"

25% appointment through the History Department.

Class of approximately 60 students from diverse backgrounds and countries.

Interest in international education and ESL background a plus, but not required.

Please contact Prof. Michele Wagner (History Department) mdwgner@umn.edu

Posted by lind0449 at 9:49 AM

Research Participation

Dear Counseling Psychology Student:

My name is Eric Deemer and I am a doctoral candidate in counseling psychology at The University at Albany, State University of New York. I am seeking volunteers to participate in my dissertation study on the contextual and individual factors associated with research interest among counseling psychology students. Discovering ways to enhance students' interest in research would serve to enhance the scientific viability of our field, and have practical benefits for our training programs. Your participation would be greatly appreciated.

The survey should take approximately 20-25 minutes to complete. Participation is voluntary; Those choosing to participate will be eligible to win one of three cash prizes of $100 each to be given away at the conclusion of the study.

Feel free to contact me or my faculty advisor at the addresses or phone numbers listed below if you have any further questions regarding the study.

If you would like to participate, click on the link below and proceed to the informed consent page. This study has been reviewed and approved by the Institutional Review Board at the University at Albany, State University of New York.

Link to Study: http://www.albany.edu/~ed9498/dissertationconsentpage.html

Eric D. Deemer, M.S. and Matthew P. Martens, Ph.D.
Doctoral Candidate Associate Professor
Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology
University at Albany, State University of New York
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12222
(518) 442-5040
E-mail: ed9498@albany.edu
E-mail: mmartens@uamail.albany.edu

Posted by lind0449 at 9:46 AM

Employment Opportunities

Click here (Download file) for 17 job announcements from ACCTA, the Association of Counseling Center Training Agencies, including jobs in Minnesota and Wisconsin and Post-Doc Positions in Colorado, Georgia, Ohio, Texas, and California!

Posted by lind0449 at 9:19 AM