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Position Title: Student Assistant 3
Requisition Number: 0406071942
Location New York City
Position Type: Student
Department: SPE/Dean's Office

The New School Beth Israel Brief Psychotherapy Research Program is a research program that enlists patients who qualify and need treatment for psychological conditions, such as depression, anxiety and other mental health issues. The Brief program is searching for a Ph.D level student who can work with the Director and help train graduate students from New school on how to conduct structured interviews that are part of the admission procedure for incoming patients. The work-study student will provide peer supervision.

Some of the responsibilities include:

-Conduct two orientation sessions annually (with the assistance of the Director) to teach students how to administer the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV and other clinical measure used for brief treatment.

-Meet with each student after administration of SCID to review diagnoses, write-up and case presentation. Keep track of where students are in the assessment process and check-in with them.

-Supervise and train new RA’s and first year students on phone screens for prospective patients. -Make appropriate referrals to patients not accepted into the study for community services at low-cost that may appropriately meet the patient’s needs.
Minimum Qualifications:

1. Enrolled in the Clinical Psychology PhD program
2. Familiarity with the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM disorders (SCID I & II)

Preferred Qualifications:
Job Family: New School for General Studies
Posting Date: 02/11/2016
Closing Date:
Open Until Filled Yes

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