Adjunct Faculty – Mental Health Counseling

St. Thomas University in Miami Gardens, FL, is seeking applications from qualified individuals to teach in our on-ground Mental Health Counseling and Counseling Studies Master’s Degree programs. The candidate must present evidence of 5 years teaching at the graduate level, familiarity with the theories and practice of counseling and Florida 491 licensure requirements, the appreciation of social justice and diversity issues, and ability to work with diverse populations.

St. Thomas University is a Catholic university with rich cultural and international diversity committed to the academic and professional success of its students who become ethical leaders in our global community.  We are a designated Hispanic Serving Institution and the only Catholic Archdiocesan sponsored university in the State of Florida.

Minimum qualifications: Master’s degree or higher in Counseling, Counselor Education or Clinical Psychology with either a Florida Mental Health Counseling or Psychology license, FL 491 Board-approved MHC supervisor certification.  Experience teaching courses including, but not limited to, Mental Health Counseling Internship, Abnormal Psychology, Assessment, Treatment Planning, Legal and Ethical Issues, Interviewing, Theories of Personality, Research Methods, Multicultural Counseling and Group Psychotherapy is preferred.

Application Process: For consideration, please send résumé and copies of post-secondary degree transcripts to

Fernandez@stu.edu

MS Word or PDF attachments only

St. Thomas University is an E-Verify® Equal Opportunity Employer.

All employees must pass a criminal background check prior to commencement of employment and official degree transcripts will be required upon hire.

Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.

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