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|Activities Coordinator||Counseling Coordinator||Rehabilitation Counselor|
|Assistant Residential Coordinator||Counselor||Relief Worker|
|Behavioral Psychologist||Crisis Worker||Research Psychologist|
|Career Services Counselor||Day Treatment Clinician||Resident Services Provider|
|Case Coordinator||Developmental Psychologist||Residential Clinical Director|
|Case Manager||Experimental Psychologist||Residential Counselor|
|Case Worker||Family Counselor||Residential Specialist|
|Child-Care Worker||House Manager||Residential Worker|
|Clinical Coordinator||House Parent||School Psychologist|
|Clinical Director||Human Resources Worker||Social Psychologist|
|Clinical Manager||Industrial-organizational Psychologist||Social Worker|
|Clinical Psychologist||Intensive Case Manager||Special School Counselor|
|Clinical Supervisor||Mental Health Clinician||Substance Abuse Counselor|
|Clinician||Mental Health Counselor||Support Worker|
|Cognitive Psychologist||Parent counselor/Educator||Therapist|
|College Student-Affairs Professional||Prevention Counselor||Women's counselor|
|Community and Social Service Worker||Psychiatric Residence Staffer||Youth Corrections Officer|
|Community Services Specialist||Psychologist||Youth-Service Worker|
|Community Support Clinician||Rehabilitation Aide||Youth Specialist|
Personal Characteristics to be Successful
Analyze data to identify symptoms and diagnose the nature of client's problems
Assess and evaluate problems through the use of case history, interview, and observation
Build innovative and science-based approaches to problems
Combine, evaluate and analyze information and data to make decisions and solve problems
Communicate with individuals to obtain information and generate treatment plans
Conduct research to develop or improve diagnostic or therapeutic counseling techniques
Develop therapeutic and treatment plans based on individual interests, abilities or needs
Evaluate results of counseling methods to determine the reliability and validity of treatments
Gather information through controlled lab experiments
Formulate hypotheses and collect data to test their validity
Help others manage their own behavior
Interact with others to build harmonious work and living environments
Investigate the physical, cognitive, emotional, or social aspects of human behavior
Manage people with skills and compassion
Provide group or individual counseling services
Provide mental health care
Study human mind and behavior
PsychCareers.com: Registering on this site enables you to add your resume into a database searchable by registered employers and to search online job classifieds, among other things.
Psychwatch.com: Provides a listing of open positions in Psychiatry, Psychology, and Mental Health fields.
American Psychological Association: The objects of the American Psychological Association shall be to advance psychology as a science and profession and as a means of promoting health, education, and human welfare.
American Psychological Association Graduate Student Organization (APAGS)
American Psychological Society (APS)
Jobs4HR: Site for employers to search through applicants and potential employees to post resumes.
HR Jobs: Search for jobs in HR by title and geographic area as well as post resume on the site.
SHRM: Society for Human Resource Management. Professional organization that provides certifications and information for Human Resource professionals.
Social Work and Social Services
SocialService.com: A place to find jobs in Social Work, Social Service, Mental Health, Counseling, Psychology, Non-Profits, Case Management, and more. Can receive email notices of new job postings and resume assistance.
The New Social Worker Online: View current social work job postings and visit the Online Social Work Education Directory for information.
Mental Help Net: An online guide about the mental health profession, with a jobs board with postings by state.
Mentalweb.com: A specialized web site for the career needs of mental health professionals. Job database can be searched by education level, city, or state. Contains information about licensure, professional associations, events and conferences. You may also post your resume on this site.
Missouri Teacher Certification: Information on the requirements needed to receive certification to teach in the state of Missouri.
NewTeacher.com: Features advice on becoming a teacher, finding a job, substitute teaching, and more.
Chronicle of Higher Education: Opportunity to view many higher education positions. Prior week's issues can be viewed for free. Must be a member to view the current week's issue.
All about Public Relations: Great page for career tips, job listings, and links to helpful internet sites regarding PR jobs.
PR Jobs in Washington, DC: Public relations job opportunities in the nation's capitol. Free resume postings also offered.
Online Psychology Career Center: A one-stop resource for psychology students and professionals with numerous links to job listings and internships in psychology and career tips for psychology students.
Career Links: Numerous links related both to careers in general and careers in psychology.
APA Research Office: Baccalaureate-level data on characteristics of psychology students, employment status, employment settings, full-time salaries and more.
University of Missouri-Columbia
Missouri State University, Clinical Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Experimental Psychology
Saint Louis University, Counseling and Family Therapy
Saint Louis University, Clinical Psychology
Saint Louis University, Experimental Psychology
Saint Louis University, Industrial-Organizational Psychology
University of Missouri - Kansas City, Clinical Ph.D.
University of Missouri - Kansas City, Applied Cognitive and Brain Sciences
University of Central Missouri, Counseling
Adler School of Professional Psychology
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Antioch University New England, Marriage and Family Therapy
Kansas State University, Occupational Health Psychology
University of Kansas, Psychology and Research in Education
University of Kansas, Counseling Psychology
University of Kansas, School Psychology
University of Kansas, Clinical Child Psychology