Call for Clinical Supervisors
The JFK University Community Counseling Centers have an ongoing need for part-time clinical supervisors. Supervisors allow the Counseling Centers to thrive; the more supervisors the clinics have on staff, the more hours students can spend counseling members of our community.
A supervisor’s role will include, but is not limited to: conducting individual and/or group supervisions, giving clinical trainings, attending supervisor meetings, and serving as oral examiners for Master of Counseling Psychology students. Clinical supervisors are also responsible for providing clinical and administrative guidance and support to MFT trainees and interns regarding training, policies and procedures, supervision, and client issues, which include coordinating client intakes; evaluating and assessing clients; facilitating assignments or appropriate referrals for clients; and supervising crisis situations.
This is a great opportunity to provide guidance to students and to meet and consult with others in the psychology field. It also offers a chance for continued education, as supervisors need to stay up-to-date on new research and methodologies.
If you are interested in learning more about being part of our community, the requirements for becoming a clinical supervisor, and how to apply for the position, please visit the Clinical Supervisor listing under "Employment Opportunities" on the John F. Kennedy University website.