The Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) at Regent
University is accepting applications for a full-time tenure-track core faculty
position at the rank of Assistant Professor. Applicants must have completed a
doctorate in clinical psychology from an APA accredited program and be license
eligible in Virginia prior to starting the position. Desired start date is July or August 2021. Responsibilities will include teaching, student
mentoring, oversight of dissertations, scholarly productivity and clinical
supervision of second-year practicum students in the school’s on-campus community
clinic, as well as teaching in other psychology or mental health related
programs. In line with the program’s
commitment to multi-cultural factors and having a representative faculty, we
particularly encourage applicants
from diverse backgrounds to apply. Area
of specialty is open, although training and experience in clinical health
psychology, pediatric psychology, child and adolescent psychology or
evidence-based practice will receive preference. The selected candidate will be offered a renewable
annual contract and the position will be housed in Virginia Beach, VA.
The PsyD Program is APA accredited and housed in the School of
Psychology and Counseling. Our
program is committed to a practitioner-scholar model of training that values
scientifically grounded practice congruent with an informed Christian worldview. We draw students nationally and internationally who
desire to develop knowledge and competencies of practice in the field of
clinical psychology within the context of a Christian paradigm and worldview. The successful applicant for the
position will have the ability to effectively integrate these different facets
of our mission.
Regent University is one
of the nation’s leading academic centers for Christian thought and action,
offering over 104 associate, bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees and
enrolling more than 10,000 students worldwide. Regent offers high-quality,
in-demand, and affordable degree programs while remaining committed to its
foundational mission to educate Christian leaders to change the world.
The School of Psychology & Counseling also provides the opportunity for robust
inter-disciplinary engagement through additional programs such as a Masters in
General Psychology, four CACREP degree programs (M.A. in CMHC, School and
Couple, Marriage and Family Counseling; both online and face-to-face) and an
on-line Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision.
Please include cover letter, curriculum vitae and unofficial transcripts with your application.