Clinical Training Program
We are no longer accepting applications for the Fall of 2016.
The Counseling and Wellness Center is dedicated to training social work and doctoral level interns during the academic year. Trainees are selected from psychology doctoral programs and social work schools, and they are typically in an advanced year in their program.
An extensive orientation to college counseling is provided in late August prior to the beginning of the academic year. This includes a comprehensive training on motivational interviewing used to provide counseling to students on alcohol and other drugs.
The interns/trainees are expected to be at MassArt 24 hours/week during the academic year (more hours/week will be required of internship level trainees). Trainees are expected to have 12-14 client hours/week and will have opportunities to develop outreach programs for the college community as well as leading support groups and focused workshops. Each trainee has two individual supervisors for weekly supervision and a weekly group supervision. Trainees attend a weekly theory seminar, a seminar for the Colleges of the Fenway (COF) interns, and a social justice seminar. An integrative approach stressing resilience is used in supervision. Trainees will be mentored by a psychologist or social worker who will integrate theory and practice in this area. Trainees will participate in ongoing team work focused on building a safe, caring campus culture in which students can thrive. All counseling interns will recieve a yearly stipend of $1,000.
-3 Letters of Recommendation
January 8th, 2016
Please e-mail all required application materials to email@example.com.
Contact information can be found below for questions.
MassArt Counseling & Wellness Center
621 Huntington Ave. Kennedy 2nd Flr.
Boston, MA 02115