Responsible for providing psychotherapy, crisis intervention, consultation, and mental health outreach and education services to enhance the psychological and emotional welfare of PEA students.
•Assess self-referred and school-referred students using evidence-based diagnostic techniques.
•Refer students to specialized care as necessary and appropriate.
•On-call responsibility shared with other CAPS team. Available 24/7 through the Health Center
•Provide crisis counseling and intervention for students as necessary.
•Provide short-term and long-term individual psychotherapy to students, using evidence-based best practices.
•Provide culturally affirming counseling to historically marginalized groups including: students of color, LGBTQ+ and gender expansive populations, and students of all abilities.
•Consult with other Academy clinicians (e.g., Director or Associate Directors of CAPS, nurses, physician) about emergency interventions whenever immediate safety and health concerns arise about students. Participate in clinical supervision with Director or Association Directors of CAPS.
•Participate in weekly case management meetings with the Academy’s consulting psychiatrist(s).
•Participate in weekly Health Center clinical team meetings and bi-weekly Deans/Health meetings.
Attend Advisor-Teacher meetings as assigned, typically one time per week.
•Work collaboratively with the Lamont Health and Wellness Center staff in addressing the health and wellness needs of students.
•Consult with and provide support to parents, faculty, Deans, and Health Services staff regarding
•Maintain clear, legible, accurate, and timely documentation in accordance with the Academy’s data collection, record-keeping, and legal reporting obligations/requirements.
•Maintain records on all clinical sessions including documentation in medical charts as appropriate.
•Triage referrals of distressed students from administration, faculty, staff and other members of the Academy community.
•Collaborate in designing individual treatment plans for distressed students among available internal and external resources as appropriate.
•Enter computerized clinical encounter data for statistical purposes.
•Provide consultation regarding adolescent development and mental health for a variety of Academy constituents, including students, parents, staff, and faculty.
•Provide outreach education and customized workshops to students on select topics in adolescent mental health and wellness.
•May serve as an advisor to student leaders and clubs working in prevention and education.
•Maintain professional licensure in the State of New Hampshire.
•Ensure that clinical, consultative, and educational practices are sensitive to the needs and experiences of our diverse community, including socioeconomic status, gender identity and expression, sexuality, race, ethnicity, religion, or country of orig