Clinical Interns (Unpaid)
Practicum placements for graduate students in social work, counseling and counseling psychology will be available starting January 2019. Throughout the year the counseling department selects graduate students in their second year or advanced standing for our clinical internship training program. Requirements to qualify are:
A minimum of 8 months (or 2 semesters) is required given the extensive training required of interns;
- Interns conduct intake assessments and provide crisis stabilization sessions utilizing their DSM 5 diagnostic skills, a working knowledge of the DSM 5 is expected; 2 evenings per week expected: students carry a case load of 4-7 clients on average and co-facilitate up to 1-2 groups per week; weekly individual and group supervision is provided; no weekend or evening hours past 8:15 first semester.
Applications include a cover letter indicating your interest in working with the LGBT community as an intern at the Montrose Center and a focus on your development of clinical counseling skills; resume should include clinical classwork you have completed.
- Email only – indicate which 2-3 semesters you are seeking placement for (Fall, Spring, Summer) and send your resume & cover letter, all in PDF format. Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
- The most qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview depending on number of positions open each semester.
- Bilingual interns are always an asset!