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John Brown University (JBU) is seeking four full-time faculty members in the fields of Counseling, Psychology, and Family and Human Services who have strong commitments to teaching and the integration of Christian faith.  Faculty positions begin July 2022.  In addition, JBU’s Department of Graduate Counseling (DGC) is seeking a full-time staff member to oversee the department’s clinical laboratory and field placement processes in Little Rock, Arkansas. This staff position begins May 2022.

Graduate Counseling.  Two graduate faculty positions are open at the JBU Counseling Education Center (CEC) in Little Rock.  Both faculty positions include, but are not limited to, teaching graduate courses in counseling and supervising student practicums and internships. The Little Rock Director of Graduate Counseling faculty position provides leadership for the success of the CEC in Little Rock, serving and equipping our diverse student population, 27% of whom are African American and 6% of whom are other minorities. A Doctorate in Counselor Education & Supervision or related field completed by July 1, 2022 is required for both positions.

The Clinical Director – Little Rock staff person provides leadership and oversight of the university’s on-campus Community Counseling Clinic (Practicum lab) in Little Rock and field placement for internship students across Central Arkansas.  A Masters degree in Counseling or related field and licensure in counseling or marriage and family therapy (eligible for licensure in Arkansas) is required.

Undergraduate Psychology, and Family and Human Services.  JBU is seeking two undergraduate faculty – one in Psychology and one in Family and Human Services – to serve traditional undergraduate students at the university’s main campus in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. Teaching responsibilities include a blend of introductory and upper-division courses with additional opportunity to design/develop coursework in one’s area of expertise. The positions require a master’s degree in a relevant field.

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Auxilium Psychological Services is faith-based team of clinicians focused on providing excellent care and serving the mental health needs of Southern Indiana. We are currently seeking full-time master’s- or doctoral-level therapists to join our supportive and collaborative outpatient therapy practice in New Albany, Indiana.

Auxilium therapists work with a variety of clients, depending on their interests including; children, adolescents and adult individuals, and families. There is clinical space set up to conduct Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and training in the evidenced based practice of PCIT by a in office Level 1 PCIT Trainer, may be negotiated. There is also a play room and access to toys and art materials on site.

Therapists will carry and manage a caseload, will participate in a weekly staff meeting for professional development, and will have opportunities for outreach to the Kentuckiana community.

Indiana licensed mental health counselors, licensed marriage and family therapists, licensed clinical social workers or licensed psychologists are preferred, but supervision by an experienced Licensed Clinical Psychologist with the Health Service Provider in Psychology provision can be provided to clinicians who have a provisional license and are working towards full licensure. We aim to expand what limited resources are available in the area by accepting several commercial insurances as well as Medicaid.

Therapists will be compensated as an independent contractor of Auxilium Psychological Services at a competitive rate, will have the benefit of our integrated electronic billing and note system, will receive certain HR and billing support, and most importantly will benefit from the support of being part of a thriving group practice.

Where possible we seek to serve using evidenced-based care, and we have providers that are comfortable with the integration of Christian faith and psychology.

Inquiries can be directed to Dr. Erin Jenkins Baker at . Review of applications is ongoing.

Alpha Psychological Services, PC, located in Northville, Michigan, is seeking an early-career or mid-career person who is willing to join the practice and be mentored in developing a career working with first responders—police, fire fighters, security, EMTs, etc.  A full license in Michigan needed.  Needs strong background in testing; a personal interest in working with the first-responder population.

Please contact Dr. Mary Clark, 734-890-9414.

Job Title: Dean of the School of Counseling
Date of this Description: Beginning July 1, 2022

Job Summary: Richmont Graduate University announces a search for an innovative, collaborative and visionary educator-leader to serve as the Dean of the School of Counseling. Richmont Graduate University’s CACREP-accredited Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program has achieved record setting enrollment throughout 2021 and 2022. In addition to physical campuses in Atlanta and Chattanooga, the launch of the online degree program has expanded our reach nationwide. The Dean of the School of Counseling will continue to posture Richmont toward enrollment growth, new program development and resourcing for groundbreaking research. Preferred candidates will demonstrate a strong commitment to the integration of psychology and ecumenical Christian theology. The Dean of the School of Counseling sits on the President’s Cabinet and reports to the University Provost.

Deadline of March 31
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Faculty – MTS/Clinical Mental Health Counseling & Psychology (Chicago, Michigan)

Under the administrative supervision of the Division Chair of Education and Counseling, Associate Dean of Faculty Development, and the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program director, a counseling faculty position is designed to promote graduate level learning in fulfillment of the CMHC curriculum as well as furthering the overall work of the seminary. We are looking for two qualified faculty members to join our teams in Chicago and Michigan.  Faculty members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner, contribute to the enrichment of the learning community and provide formal advising and formal and informal student academic and clinical training. Counseling faculty are also responsible to pursue continued spiritual and professional development while adhering to all faculty related policies and procedures.

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Assistant/Associate Professor of Counseling

The School of Counseling at Richmont Graduate University is seeking multiple dynamic, education-oriented individuals for the roles of full-time Assistant/Associate Professors in the growing Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at the university’s Atlanta, Chattanooga, and online campuses. Candidates must have a current license as a Professional Counselor or Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Ph.D. from a Counselor Education and Supervision Program accredited by CACREP by the agreed upon start date.

As a member of the School of Counseling Faculty, the Assistant/Associate Professor will maintain a full-time presence on their home campus, teach graduate courses, and supervise master’s level students. In the role of Assistant/Associate Professor, the candidate will serve as academic advisor to students, will serve on university committees, will support the university’s strategic initiatives, will be responsible for course development and improvement, and will teach courses and participate in residencies as directed. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Faculty are encouraged to be active in the profession and engaged in clinical practice when possible.

Potential candidates should:

1.Create a profile on the university’s human resources site: and

2. Send a letter of interest and a current resume to: or by mail, to: Dr. Steve Bradshaw Dean of the School of Counseling Richmont Graduate University 1900 The Exchange SE, Bldg 100 Atlanta, GA 30339.

New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (NOBTS) invites applications for a full-time, tenure track faculty position in the Division of Counseling


The faculty member will teach in the area of Counseling and mentor graduate and doctoral students. The professor will also pursue scholarship that demonstrates high academic standards and serves the church. Other duties include committee service, student advising, and recruitment help.

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Grove City College announces a faculty opening for a Psychologist in the Department of Psychology and Social Work beginning in July 2022, with special emphasis given to those with a background in experimental psychology. Successful candidates should have a Ph.D. in psychology, a demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching and research, and interest in the integration of psychology with Christian faith. Experience in the instructional use of technology and hybrid and online teaching is an advantage. Rank and salary are commensurate with qualifications.

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Gordon-Conwell announces a tenure track open rank position in the area of clinical mental health counseling with the primary location at the campus in South Hamilton, MA. While the program is residential, teaching may also include online teaching or teaching at one or more of the other campuses. Responsibilities include teaching six courses a year (three credits each), research and publication, service on committees, participation in the life of the seminary with activities like advising, mentoring, and attendance at all required meetings.

The candidate for this position should have a demonstrated capacity for exemplary teaching, rigorous academic scholarship, an ability to thoughtfully integrate counseling and theology, a deep commitment to the local church and genuine personal faith.

Please see full job description and application instructions on our Career Center.