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  • Staff | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services About Us Staff Staff MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to About Us Staff Hours Maps and Directions Learning Outcomes Annual Reports Assessment Reports Employment Educational Counselors Jimma Cortes Smith M A Veronica Mendoza Hand M A Educational Counselors Interns Priyanka Dinesh Christina Thao Personal Counselors Stephen Chen Psy D David Emmert Psy D Tova Feldmanstern LCSW Richard Francisco Ph D Alexandria Gerrick Psy D Yu Ping Huang Ph D Colleen Johnson Ph D Wei Chien Lee Ph D Ellen J Lin Ph D Cynthia Manuel Shah M A ED M Cynthia Medina Ph D Celinda Miranda LCSW Stephanie Preston Psy D Karisman Roberts Douglass Psy D Leilani Shields Psy D Sarah Strader Garcia Ph D Personal Counselors Trainees Antonio Cantu M A Irene Chui M S Liang Liao M S Ronald

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/About_Us/staff/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Hours, Maps, and Directions | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Students Self Care Tips Mental Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services About Us Hours Maps and Directions Hours Maps and Directions MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to About Us Staff Hours Maps and Directions Learning Outcomes Annual Reports Assessment Reports Employment Hours Regular Semesters Monday 8 30 AM to 4 30 PM Tuesday and Wednesday 8 30 AM to 5 30 PM Thursday and Friday 8 30 AM to 4 30 PM Summer and Winter hours are Monday through Friday 8 30 AM to 4 30 PM Students in crisis can come in anytime Monday Thursday and Friday between 8 30 AM and 4 30 PM and Tuesday and Wednesday between 8 30 AM and 5 30 PM Address Counseling and Psychological Services San José State University One Washington Square Student Wellness Center

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/About_Us/hours_maps_directions/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Learning Outcomes | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services About Us Learning Outcomes Learning Outcomes MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to About Us Staff Hours Maps and Directions Learning Outcomes Annual Reports Assessment Reports Employment University Learning Goals ULG Specialized Knowledge Mastered the depth of knowledge required for a degree as identified by its program learning outcomes Broad Integrative Knowledge Mastery in each step of an investigative creative or practical project i e brainstorming planning formulating hypotheses or complex questions designing creating completing and communicating An understanding of the implications of results or findings from a particular work in a societal context i e social or economic implications of a scientific finding Students graduating with a baccalaureate degree will have demonstrated an understanding of critical components of broad academic areas the arts humanities social sciences and sciences and their integration Intellectual Skills Fluency in the use of specific theories tools technology and graphical representation Skills and abilities necessary for life long learning critical and creative thinking effective communication conscientious information gathering and processing mastery of quantitative methodologies and the ability to engage effectively in collaborative activities Applied Knowledge The ability to integrate theory practice and problem solving to address practical issues The ability to apply their knowledge and skills to new settings or in addressing complex problems The ability to work productively as individuals and in groups Social and Global Responsibilities The ability to act intentionally and ethically to address a global or local problem in an informed manner with a multicultural and historical perspective and a clear

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  • Annual Reports | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Educational Counseling Educational Counseling Academic Probation and Disqualification Open University Educational Links and Resources Outreach and Consultation Outreach Services Consultation Services Workshops and Groups About Workshops and Groups Workshops Groups Case Management Services Case Management Services Campus and Community Resources Faculty Staff Managing Disruptive Behaviors De Escalating Aggressive Behavior Not Sure Whether to Call for Help Referring Troubled or Suicidal Students Self Care Tips Mental Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services About Us Annual Reports Annual Reports MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to About Us Staff Hours Maps and Directions Learning Outcomes Annual Reports Assessment Reports Employment 1 2012 13 Academic Year 2012 13 Annual Report 2 2013 14 Academic Year 2013 14 Annual Report SJSU Links and Resources Information for Alumni Current Students Donors Faculty Staff Future Students Researchers Colleges Applied Sciences

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  • Assessment Reports | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    About Workshops and Groups Workshops Groups Case Management Services Case Management Services Campus and Community Resources Faculty Staff Managing Disruptive Behaviors De Escalating Aggressive Behavior Not Sure Whether to Call for Help Referring Troubled or Suicidal Students Self Care Tips Mental Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services About Us Assessment Reports Assessment Reports MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to About Us Staff Hours Maps and Directions Learning Outcomes Annual Reports Assessment Reports Employment Welcome to Counseling and Psychological Services assessment reports page Please click on the links below to view or download our assessment reports 1 2009 10 Academic Year 2009 10 Assessment Report 2 2010 11 Academic Year 2010 11 Assessment Report 3 2012 13 Academic Year 2012 13 Assessment Report 4 2013 14 Academic Year 2013 14 Assessment Report 5 2014

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/About_Us/Assessment_Reports/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Employment Opportunities | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    within and outside the department Demonstrated ability to make independent decisions exercise sound clinical judgment and to multi task and set priorities Willingness and availability to work some evenings and weekend hours for campus outreach events or emergency campus crisis disaster situations Preferred Qualifications Previous experience providing personal counseling services in a diverse college or university setting Comprehensive understanding of and skilled in serving the mental health needs for Latino cultures Bilingual and able to conduct therapy in Spanish Specialty in serving the mental health needs of African Americans Experience in providing counseling for mental health issues such as substance use eating disorders and body image LGBTQ and gender identity autistic spectrum Experience in developing and implementing a broad range of outreach services including consultation interventions workshops and presentations on various mental health topics Responsibilities Under the general supervision of the Director of Counseling Psychological Services CAPS or designee the selected candidate is expected to provide a full range of clinical services including short term individual couples and group counseling for students risk assessment and triage crisis coverage including non life threatening issues and emergency intervention including hospitalization the facilitation of on campus and external referrals treatment planning and clinical case management provide referrals and consultation for faculty staff parents administrators and university community members regarding issues that affect the educational developmental and psychological well being of students Duties also include consultation and outreach services i e psycho educational programs to various constituencies on campus e g student organizations faculty and staff and work collaboratively with other CAPS personnel May also provide outreach services Some evening and weekend hours are required to provide outreach prevention events meet workload demands fulfill departmental responsibilities and provide quality services The counselor will participate in the department s after hours on call rotation in the event of a crisis or campus emergency While most of the after hours crisis intervention involves phone consultation only there will be times when the situation rises to the level where on site intervention after hours is necessary Application Deadline Open until filled Submit 1 current curriculum vitae 2 three current letters of reference preferably from clinical supervisors no one will be contacted without your explicit permission and 3 a letter of interest that includes a brief statement explaining your approach in providing services to a diverse student population We recognize that this is a request not answered easily in a brief statement but we would like this additional information preferably no more than one page in order to better understand your experience skills knowledge and abilities Submit your application materials to CAPS Temporary Counselor Search Committee Counseling Psychological Services SWC 300B San José State University One Washington Square San José CA 95192 0035 Email counseling services sjsu edu Tel 408 924 5910 Fax 408 924 5933 About SJSU Located on 154 acres in downtown San Jose SJSU offers its 32 000 students more than 130 bachelor s and master s degrees with 110 concentrations in seven colleges including

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  • Students | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Escalating Aggressive Behavior Not Sure Whether to Call for Help Referring Troubled or Suicidal Students Self Care Tips Mental Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services Students Students MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Counseling Services What is Counseling Multimedia First Generation College Students Additional Resources Personal Counseling Couples Counseling Crisis Intervention Confidentiality Educational Counseling Academic Probation and Disqualification Open University Educational Links and Resources About Workshops and Groups Workshops Groups Case Management Services Speaker Request Form Interview Request Form Student Veterans About Us Personal Counseling Educational Counseling Faculty and Staff Parents Training Program Workshops and Groups Counseling and Psychological Services provides personal counseling educational counseling psychiatric services groups workshops consultation outreach and training Our services are designed to help students with adjustment to college work through developmental needs create meaningful relationships improve academic

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  • What is Counseling? | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    out necessary paperwork Counseling and Psychological Services CAPS is available to respond to psychological emergencies For both the initial appointment and the crisis drop in the counselor will meet with the student for approximately 15 20 minutes evaluate the nature and severity of the student s difficulties and discuss with the student a recommended course of action such as a few problem solving sessions individual or couples counseling educational counseling group therapy or referral to another university or community resource Length of time of on going individual counseling Besides the brief drop in initial session a typical personal counseling session lasts 50 minutes Frequency At times one counseling session is all that is required Often students find counseling so helpful that they come weekly and for several sessions Sometimes you and your counselor may decide that you only need to come in once every couple of weeks or once per month This is something that is agreed upon between you and the counselor The frequency of sessions depends on many factors including the types of issues that are discussed and your schedules as well as the appointment time the counselor has available Collaboration Counseling is a collaborative effort You and your counselor will identify your goals what you want to have happen and you will discuss the realistic amount of time it may take for you to see any changes Periodically you and your counselor will review your progress and determine if new goals need to be set Your rights Feel free to ask questions about the counselor s training experience ways of working supervision and their professional association affiliation as well as their code of ethics and complaints procedure Feel free to refuse to answer questions or discuss any aspects of your life that do not feel relevant or appropriate You may stop counseling at any time for any reason If you decide to stop counseling it would be helpful to inform the counselor and to provide the counselor with some feedback What Factors Can Help Make Counseling Beneficial Individual experiences are different for everyone however most people find counseling beneficial In fact nine out of ten Americans surveyed by Consumer Reports said that psychotherapy personal counseling had helped them Here are a few factors that can help make your counseling experience a better one For many students counseling is unfamiliar and a risky step to take It is helpful to discuss with the counselor any concerns you may have Counselors are there to facilitate your skills and to help you gain perspective so that you can improve your quality of life outside of the counseling sessions Therefore be prepared to continue your work and growth in between counseling sessions This may come in the form of homework or reflection when you will think about the conversations between you and your counseling You may be asked to act on ideas or decisions between those counseling sessions Your actions will favor even more growth The relationship between you and the

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