North-West University Internship 2016: Counselling Psychology

North-West University Internship 2016: Counselling Psychology

Introduction

NORTH-WEST UNIVERSITY (POTCHEFSTROOM CAMPUS) FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES SCHOOL OF PSYCHOSOCIAL BEHAVOURAL SCIENCES (INSTITUTE FOR PSYCHOLOGY AND WELLBEING) VACANCY: INTERNSHIP: COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY The University of the North West (Potchefstroom Campus) offers an Internship in Counselling Psychology. The successful candidate will be responsible for intern Psychometric and Psychological Assessment of children, adolescents and adults,  Counselling and/or Psychotherapy Trauma, HIV, Psycho-Legal and Community matters, Internship training programme and supervision, Ethical and professional matters ,  Practice management and entrepreneurial matters

Description

  • Psychometric and Psychological Assessment of children, adolescents and adults
  • Counselling and/or Psychotherapy
  • Trauma, HIV, Psycho-Legal and Community matters
  • Internship training programme and supervision
  • Ethical and professional matters
  • Practice management and entrepreneurial matters

ENQUIRIES: Dr Kobus du Plooy, 018 299 1736018 299 1736

 

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Profile

  • Proof of registration as an MA/MSc student in Counselling Psychology at an accredited university
  • Proof of registration with the HPCSA as an Intern Counselling Psychologist

Other competency requirements:

  • Psychological assessment of clients using HPCSA recognized psychometric instruments
  • Attendance of case presentations and multi-disciplinary group discussions
  • Attendance of individual and group supervision on a weekly basis
  • Client or case relevant research (i.e diagnostic or therapeutic information) and theoretical conceptualization
  • The ability to function effectively under pressure, independently, as part of a team and under direct supervision
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Computer literacy in MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Demonstration of language proficiency in order to function optimally in the various functionally multilingual environments of the NWU

We offer

R220 000 p/a approximately

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