Community Child Guidance Clinic serves as a training site for masters level students who are looking for clinical practice experience in the children and families mental health field, as well as speech and language pathology. In our highly-collaborative work environment, interns are treated as members of the team, and have various opportunities for involvement in additional agency and community-related activities. Selected students are provided both individual and group supervision by a licensed professional in the field, and they also have opportunities to be exposed to Evidence Based Practices offered by certified trainers within the agency. Interns will be treated as “clinicians-in-training,” and can expect to be given a caseload that is sensitive to their needs as a student, but also provide some exposure to the expectations of a mental health agency.
Learn more about the different intern opportunities below to see more information and application details.
Provides support to clients through individual and family therapy to help with a wide range of concerns, including depression, anxiety, abuse, traumatic events, attention problems, parent-child conflicts and acting-out behaviors.
Provides home-based, family-focused treatment to identify and resolve problems that could result in hospitalization or out-of-home placements, improving the child's functioning at home and in school.
Provides collaborative educational services in a clinical environment to students ages 3-15 with special academic, behavioral, and emotional needs so that they may achieve their full potential.
Provides intensive outpatient support through group therapy for children who are experiencing moderate to severe mental health symptoms such as anxiety, depression, mood swings, or behavioral problems.