Join Our Team
Open positions at Cougar Health Services are listed at the WSU Jobs website. Active job opportunities include:
The Postdoctoral Psychology Resident will provide individual counseling, group therapy, risk assessment and crisis intervention, AOD (alcohol and other drug) interventions, consultation and outreach, and optional ADHD/LD testing for WSU students. Under faculty supervision, the Postdoctoral Psychology Resident will function as a professional member of Counseling Services.
Cougar Health Services physicians provide primary care for WSU students. This practice requires competence in general medicine, gynecology, sports medicine, trauma, infectious diseases including STIs, minor surgical skills, dermatology, women’s health, and psychosocial medicine using current standards of care. In-house referrals are encouraged when appropriate; local and regional specialists are available for referral as needed. Patients needing mental health services may be referred to Counseling & Psychological Services and Behavioral Health to the staff psychiatrist, or to other community mental health professionals. In all interactions preventive care, patient education and cost effective practice styles are valued.
The Associate Director/Clinical Director is a member of the Counseling and Psychological (CAPS), Services Leadership Team, participating in visionary leadership and decision making at CAPS. The Associate Director/Clinical Director takes a lead role in the overall management of CAPS day-to-day operations, provides administrative supervision of professional staff, and assists the Director to develop priorities and goals for CAPS services and programs. (more)
Cougar Health Services hires students for graduate assistantships and hourly student employment. You can find and apply for jobs through Handshake, WSU’s electronic job board for students.
There are several ways students can get involved at Cougar Health Services.