Antioch University-Seattle has two openings for full time faculty in its counseling program. One position is a core faculty in the CACREP accredited MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. The second position is core faculty in the PhD Counselor Education and Supervision program, which has cognates in creative arts therapy. Positions start in January or July 2018, dependent on the interview process and applicant availability. For more information, contact Ned Farley at email@example.com. The job site is currently experiencing difficulties, and applicants are advised to check back for when the job portal comes open.
Antioch University-Seattle has developed a new PhD program in Counselor Education and Supervision. The program is currently accepting applications for its Fall 2017 cohort. Appropriate for professional counselors who want to teach in counselor education and training programs and/or obtain leadership positions in mental health related agencies, the doctoral program in counseling at AUS seeks to meet the growing need for highly qualified counselor leaders— advanced counseling practitioners, educators and supervisors — attracting candidates regionally as well as nationally. With cognate areas in either Counselor Education and Supervision or Creative Arts Therapy Counselor Education and Supervision, this program supports the AUS social justice mission by encouraging students to develop a multicultural counselor identity and an appreciation for diversity, while also requiring core coursework in social justice and advocacy.More information can be found at: https://www.antioch.edu/seattle/degrees-programs/counseling-wellness/counselor-education-and-supervision-phd/