The Genetic Counseling Masters Program (GCMP) seeks Lecturer for a mandatory course in the genetic counseling program curriculum, 681:586 Counseling Techniques for Genetic Counseling. Through this course, the genetic counseling students will be introduced to a variety of psychological techniques and philosophies. This course will focus on instruction, delivery, and practice of psychosocial assessment and counseling skills employed during a genetic counseling session.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Candidates must have higher education teaching experience and an advanced degree in counseling (psychology, clinical social work, etc). PhD or PsyD is preferred. Candidates are preferred to have experience with the genetic counseling profession.
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