Adjunct Faculty – Counseling & Health Psychology – Undergraduate Teaching (#21-010)


Bastyr University, a private regionally accredited institution, is accepting applications for an adjunct faculty position in the Department of Counseling & Health Psychology in the School of Natural Health Arts and Sciences, Kenmore, WA campus.

Bastyr University believes that inclusive diversity is essential for achieving academic excellence and creating a profoundly enriching university experience. Our faculty and staff are committed to achieving our mission by educating students to be future leaders that bring the natural health arts and sciences to people from all backgrounds. Promoting an educational environment that allows students, faculty and staff to develop their talents while experiencing a sense of community, we expect campus members to engage in respectful communication, behaviors and thoughtful self-reflection, increase their understanding of cultures and empower people who are disenfranchised, marginalized or oppressed. In so doing, the University pledges to prepare our students (and support faculty and staff) to recognize and appropriately respond to health inequities that affect multiple communities. This involves infusing DEI knowledge, skills, and practices in all academic programs, clinical training and patient services. In all, Bastyr University is dedicated to the welfare of our students and patients as well as to promoting equal opportunity and access in education and health care.

In alignment with Bastyr’s DEI commitment, applications from members of underrepresented groups are encouraged.

Duties: Teaching an introductory course on Abnormal Psychology to junior-level undergraduate health psychology students on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8-9:50am. The course will be delivered during the Spring Quarter, running from April 5, 2021 to June 18, 2021. The course will be conducted in the remote format using a combination of synchronous class sessions via Zoom and asynchronous materials via our Canvas LMS. The course provides an overview of the historical and current bio-psycho-social perspectives on abnormal behavior, symptomatology, and treatment approaches.


Candidate must have a graduate degree in Psychology, or a related field, from an accredited institution. They must have demonstrated excellence in student-focused classroom teaching, particularly for undergraduates and a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Review of Applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.


Interested persons should refer to job #21-010 when submitting a letter of interest and curriculum vita to Please direct questions to department chair, Dr. Dan Rosen at

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