Antioch University New England invites applications for a full-time clinical faculty appointment to serve as the Director of the Antioch University Couple and Family Therapy Institute (AUCFTI), the Director of Clinical Training (DCT) for both the couple and family master’s and doctoral programs, and the supervisor of record for students working in the AUCFTI. This position provides clinical support to supervise internship students and will be responsible for coordinating clinical policies and procedures for both the AUCFTI and for internship experiences. The DCT works closely with administrative staff to direct student clinical placements and coordinates with the Program Directors on these issues. There is also a 12-hour teaching commitment for this position. Clinical faculty members are expected to have minimal service to the university and scholarship. This is a 12-month appointment, to begin July 1, 2021.
The MFT Programs at Antioch University New England have a focus on social justice and diversity issues. The master’s degree program has been accredited by COAMFTE since 1994 and the doctoral program was awarded initial accreditation in 2011. The Antioch Couple and Family Therapy Institute is our clinical practicum training center for first year master’s and doctoral students and provides supervision opportunities for second year doctoral students. More information about the Institute can be found at: http://www.antiochne.edu/cfti/.
The masters and doctoral education are delivered by a low residency model. Faculty engage with students both in-person at residencies and online throughout the remained of the semester. Faculty are expected to travel to residencies each semester. Antioch University New England master’s degree and doctoral student body are quite diverse, coming from international locations as well as from different regions of the United States. The MFT programs at AUNE are low-residency programs but there is an on-campus expectation for this position with the faculty member expected to live in the New England area close to campus.
Antioch University New England is one of five campuses of Antioch University, which provides learner-centered education to empower students with the knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance social, economic, and environmental justice. The New England campus serves nearly 1,000 students. It is located in Keene, NH, a social and commercial hub in the beautiful Monadnock Region of southwestern New Hampshire. Information about the university and area can be found at www.antiochne.edu. For more information about the position, please contact Dr. Kevin Lyness, chair of the search committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To Apply, please send a vita and cover letter addressing your fit with the qualifications listed and with Antioch University New England and contact information for three references to Will Dooley, Human Resources at email@example.com with “CFT Clinical Faculty” in the subject line. Application review will begin immediately will continue until the position is filled. Antioch University New England actively solicits applications from minorities, women, and people with disabilities.
Antioch University provides equal opportunity for all qualified applicants and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, family status, or disability in matters affecting employment or in providing access to programs.
Qualifications: PhD in Marriage/Couple and Family Therapy or in a closely related field (strongly prefer graduate of a COAMFTE-accredited program); AAMFT Approved Supervisor or Supervision Candidate, license-eligible in NH as an LMFT; graduate teaching experience; demonstrated administrative skills.
Preferred Qualifications: Experience supervising student interns, administrative/leadership experience in a clinical setting, varied clinical experience; online or low-residency instruction experience.
Internal Number: CFTCF042021
About Antioch University New England
Founded in 1852, our first president – politician, abolitionist, and education reformer – Horace Mann, sought to build an Antioch whose education inspired students to seek a more socially just world. Today’s Antioch remains firmly committed to nonsectarian, co-educational pathways to innovation and progress – as originally intended.
In the 1920s, President Arthur E. Morgan advanced the Antioch method of empowerment further through the introduction of a structured curriculum of co-op learning – education in tandem with practice, in the community. Recognizable today in higher education as their new “Experiential Learning” programs. Here at Antioch, it’s long been integrated into every study as a critical learning structure.
In fact, educating to fuel positive, progressive change in the world encompasses all of Antioch’s methods, goals, and attitudes. A mission still inspires our intentional outreach to undeserved communities with more effective and accessible methods of learning. We meet students where they are and measure success based on personal growth. By removing the traditional barriers to learning – we continue making a real difference.
As a result, Antioch alumni eme...rge unafraid to promote innovation in any discipline, conscious of context, and rooted in common dialogue. To us, doing nothing is not an option.
Antioch University now spans coast-to-coast with no- and low-residency locations, sharing progressive values aligned in a mutual mission to educate the next generation of those determined to win victories for humanity.