New York University Adjunct Instructor (for Counseling Masters Programs) in New York, New York
The Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness (https://steinhardt.nyu.edu/degree/ma-counseling-mental-health-and-wellness) and School Counseling (https://steinhardt.nyu.edu/degree/ma-school-counseling-or-bilingual-school-counseling) programs at NYU are hiring instructors for the Summer and Fall 2022 semesters. Must have work experience or have taught the following courses:
Summer Campus-Based Program
APSY-GE 2684 Marriage, Couple & Family Counseling (7/28 - 8/17) - evenings
APSY-GE 2634 The Dynamics of Vocational Development (7/7-8/17) - evenings
APSY-GE 2682 Cross-Cultural Counseling (6/14-7/06) - evenings
APSY-GE 2812 Practicum in Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness* (5/23-8/17) -daytime
*must be licensed to teach this course
Fall Campus-Based Program - September 1 to December 14 - mix of evening and daytime openings
APSY-GE 2070 Research and Evaluation Methods in Behavioral Sciences
APSY-GE 2634 The Dynamics of Vocational Development
APSY-GE 2684 Marriage,Couple & Family Counseling
Qualified candidates will hold a doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology, Counseling Education, or Clinical Psychology and have previous graduate level teaching experience.
Please send your CV and cover letter to the Department of Applied Psychology (email@example.com).
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