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Experience Creating Change

As a Clinical Intern

What’s Required?

Pursuing healthcare-related degrees or certifications in fields like medicine, nursing, psychology, or social work.

What’s Applied

Acquire valuable skills in evaluations and assessments, individual and group counseling, intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization, inpatient counseling, and detox programming.


Experience benefits such as flexible scheduling in multiple locations, simple transition to employment, support for PA licensure and certification, and valuable direct clinical service delivery

Direct Service Experience in Addiction Counseling

Empowering change through personal engagement and therapeutic growth.

Prior to applying for a possible practicum and / or internship. Please complete this form and submit along side your resume and cover letter.

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Practical Application of Group Counseling

  • Steady integration into the therapeutic process beginning with observation and becoming more interactive.
  • Balancing the format of a pre-planned topic with meeting the needs of the patients at that time, in that moment.
  • In real-time, recognizing the differences between a psycho education lecture style and an interactive group therapy session.

Key Clinical Skills Development

  • Practicing debriefing, one of the key clinical skills necessary to thrive in this field.
  • Processing and dispelling previously held assumptions and beliefs about people impacted by addiction.