Genetics Counselor
Also referred to as: Genetics Counselor
Requirements and Responsibilities
Provides genetic counseling to individuals and families at risk for hereditary disorders. Assesses recurrence risks and recommends medical or genetic testing based on analysis of the risk, benefit, and cost. Reviews implications with the patient and provides crisis intervention regarding unexpected genetic conditions. Educates physicians and health professionals and ensures appropriate patient referral and care. Requires a master's degree, must be board certified or eligible for certification by the American Board of Genetic Counseling or American Board of Medical Genetics,. Typically reports to a manager or director. No specified years of experience. Bachelor's or advanced degree, certification and/or license in specialty required.
Job Statistics
Years of Experience Education Level
Company Size Industry
Similar Jobs:  Chemical Dependency Counselor, EAP Counselor, Loan Officer/Counselor, Family Support Counselor, Counselor - Higher Ed., Financial Counselor - Healthcare, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor
Level of Education:  Genetics Counselor Salaries with a Master's Degree or MBA, Genetics Counselor Salaries with a JD, MD, PhD or Equivalent
Categories:  Healthcare -- Practitioners, Healthcare -- Technicians, Non-Profit and Social Services
Industries:  Edu., Gov't. & Nonprofit, Healthcare,
Most Popular Cities for Genetics Counselor
Job Openings for Genetics Counselor
View more Genetics Counselor