Adler Community Health Services is a community-embedded, socially responsible, clinical training program of Adler University. The Division of Community Health Vancouver provides comprehensive mental health services in underserved communities of Vancouver through partnerships with local agencies. Graduate-level students attending Adler’s clinical psychology and counseling programs principally provide mental health services. ACHS’ Division of Community Health Vancouver has a pre-doctoral psychology internship program, in addition to masters- and doctoral-training placements in psychotherapy and assessment externships (practica).
Division of Community Health Vancouver Responsibilities:
Clinical Faculty’s responsibility in the Division of Community Health Vancouver is to provide clinical supervision across all levels of training to disciplines they are qualified to supervise. Clinical supervision includes evidence-informed psychotherapy (individual, couples, family, and group) and triage, assessment, and/or psychological testing. Supervision of students is performed face-to-face, through live observation, and/or tele-supervision when appropriate. In addition, the clinical faculty will work with assigned community partners to coordinate the student-delivered mental health services within the parameters of the ACHS contract. When clinically indicated, the clinical faculty may also provide direct services. Clinical faculty participate in the design and delivery of training program content in the form of didactics and seminars.
Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology Responsibilities:
Clinical Faculty’s responsibility in the Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology will entail teaching two courses per term. The Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology program director works collaboratively with Clinical Faculty to select courses to teach each term in consideration of program needs and supervisory workload. Clinical Faculty will not have other faculty duties such as advising, chairing dissertations, or program committee expectations.
A doctoral degree in psychology with an active registration as a psychologist. Those registered in a province other than BC are welcome to apply with the expectation that they would immediately apply to transfer their registration to the College of Psychologist of BC.
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