Dual Diagnosis Therapist
Vice Provost for Student Affairs, Stanford, California, United States
Job Code: 4822
Employee Status: Fixed-Term
Requisition ID: 90666
Unit: Counseling and Psychological Services
Position type: 2 year fixed-term
Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS), part of Vaden Health Center at Stanford University, invites LCSW/LMFT/LPC applicants for the position of Dual Diagnosis Staff Therapist, specializing in the treatment of alcohol and other drugs. This role is a 12-month, full-time position, currently funded for 2 years with potential for renewal. CAPS is a college mental health clinic with a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who are dedicated to the pursuit of clinical excellence, organizational diversity, and social justice. Vaden Health Center is within the Division of Student Affairs, which advances student development and learning, fosters community engagement, and empowers students and staff to thrive.
In this role, you will:
Provide clinical care services, outreach programming, and staff/community training to address the Dual Diagnosis treatment needs of the Stanford student body; and to provide clinical care, on-call services, and outreach programming for other student needs as required.
Provide wide range of direct clinical services to meet the treatment needs of dually- diagnosed Stanford students
* - Other duties may also be assigned
To be successful in this role, you will bring:
• Master's degree in social work or psychology or related field and two years post-degree experience.
• Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, or Licensed Professional Counselor
• Licensed in the state of California
• CAADE / CADTP / CCAPP registered desired, but not required
• Clinical expertise with alcohol and drug assessment, treatment, harm reduction strategies and motivational interviewing
• Expertise in evaluation, crisis intervention, therapy, and care management
• Knowledge of trauma and its impact on substance use.
• Ability to administer American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and utilize DSM criteria to identify substance use & dual-diagnosis issues.
• Experience in determining the appropriate level of care and coordinating care systems
• Experience working from a strengths-based, social rehabilitation model
• Ability to develop outreach and psychoeducational programming on AOD issues
• Proven ability to support diverse constituencies.
• Strong communication skills (oral and written).
• Three or more years of post-licensure work history
• Previous experience working in college counseling centers.
• Counseling experience with diverse populations, including individuals identifying as minority gender, sexual orientation, race, and/or ethnicity.
To be considered for this position, apply on line at: https://apptrkr.com/2517852
Stanford is EOE/ADA.