The Rape Treatment Center (RTC) Counselor provides outpatient psychotherapy and other advocacy and support services for victims of rape and sexual assault and their significant others, including diagnostic assessments, short-term individual, group, and family treatment consultation for other professionals and the lay public; and participates in RTC on-call system providing 24-hour emergency/crisis intervention and other support services for sexual assault victims.
Schedule: M-F, 0800-1630 + some evening on-call
Required: Doctoral degree from an accredited program with a current clinical license (Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology) or MA Psychology/LMFT or Master’s in Social Work and LCSW.
Must have special training and at least 5 years of experience providing crisis intervention and psychotherapy services, utilizing individual, group and family treatment modalities. Requires experience in trauma work, including the ability to diagnose and treat trauma-related symptoms. Also requires ability to work with people in crisis and people who represent diversity in age, ethnicity, and cultural backgrounds. Requires knowledge about developmental issues related to all age groups. On-call responsibilities require that the therapist be available for work one to two evenings/nights per month.
One position will be filled: Req12737 – Psychologist Req12738 – Licensed Clinical Social Worker Req12739 – Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.