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Professional Internship Opportunities

Doctoral Internship

Our 2000-hour internship program is directed by two licensed psychologist co-coordinators, and designed to provide a bridge between the pre-intern level of graduate training and entry-level positions in professional psychology. It is also a time to expand and deepen basic professional skills and move toward establishing an integrated professional identity. With supervision provided by licensed professionals from the field of psychology and related disciplines, the integration of an intern’s personal and professional growth is a major focus of the program.

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Social Work Post-Masters Fellowship

The Fellowship is a one year clinical training program designed to enhance clinical skills for recent masters level social work graduates.  It is an opportunity for participants to solidify their social work professional identity and gain experience in their areas of interest.  During the fellowship year they can also gain valuable clinical hours towards their professional license.  The program involves choosing a clinical focus area (eating disorders, substance abuse, or crisis care); and providing clinical services to individuals, couples, and groups.  With supervision provided by licensed clinical social workers and other professionals the social work fellowship promotes personal and professional growth.

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Social Work Post-Masters Fellowship in Behavioral Health

The Fellowship is a one year clinical training program designed to enhance clinical skills for recent masters level social work graduates.  It is an opportunity for participants to solidify their social work professional identity and gain experience in their areas of interest. The Fellow will operate out of the Behavioral Health Counseling Office in the Wardenburg Health Center's Medical Clinic. The Behavioral Health Post‐Masters Fellow will provide assessment and brief interventions for students who initially present in the primary care setting.

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For questions or more information call 303-492-5654 during normal business hours.