Holy Names University strives to uphold the values of diversity, inclusion and critical thinking. The goal of the Counseling and Forensic Psychology program is to equip its graduates to take up their professional role, and to use their clinical and theoretical training to become change agents in the various contexts and communities in which they may find themselves working.
Applicants should have a master’s degree in forensic psychology, or a doctorate in clinical psychology with an emphasis on forensic psychology. Expertise in community mental health is desirable, as is relevant teaching experience. In particular, successful candidates should be able to support the development of academic and clinical skills in a diverse student body.
Send an application letter outlining educational, teaching, and professional experience, a curriculum vita, and two letters of recommendation to firstname.lastname@example.org. Direct any questions about the position to Perri Franskoviak, Ph.D., Program Director, Counseling and Forensic Psychology.
Our review of applications will begin December 1, 2015. Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled.