Nexus Counseling Center offers professional development internships in a private practice setting Clinical Supervision, support, and guidance from skilled and experienced clinicians.
Flexible schedules are offered.
Available to students enrolled in an accredited graduate or doctoral level internship program for clinical mental health counseling, master of social work, or couple and family therapy.
Responsibilities include conducting individual, family, couples and/or family therapy, timely documentation, and attendance of weekly meetings and supervision. Students should expect to see approximately fifteen clients a week.
Minimum skills, abilities and experience:
1) Knowledge of counseling theories and interventions
2) Effective and timely communication with clients and staff
3) Ability to learn new skills and techniques
4) Knowledge of when to seek supervision or consultation
5) Basic skills for suicide assessment and crisis intervention