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Meet Our Clinical Interns

Our interns are clinicians pursuing their Master's Degree in areas such as Mental Health Counseling or Marriage and Family Therapy. As part of their training in graduate school, they are required to pursue internships or practicum where they get to grow their clinical skills and learn more about counseling theories. As a Teaching Practice, our clinical interns are an integral part of our practice and help our Associate and Fully-licensed clinicians an opportunity to mentor the next generation of counselors and therapists.

You can see our interns at a low fee of $50/session.

Have Coordinated Care insurance? You will be able to use your insurance benefits!

Why work with an intern?

🌟 Discover Fresh Perspectives: Collaborating with clinical interns at our group therapy practice offers a unique opportunity to gain fresh insights and innovative approaches to your therapeutic journey.

🌟 Diverse Skill Set: Our interns bring a wealth of knowledge from their recent coursework, exposing clients to a diverse range of therapeutic techniques and up-to-date psychological theories.

🌟 Cost-Effective Support: Partnering with interns provides cost-effective therapy options without compromising on quality. Benefit from reduced fees while receiving excellent care.

🌟 Supervised Expertise: Rest assured that all intern work is closely supervised by experienced licensed therapists. You'll receive the best of both worlds – the enthusiasm of an intern and the expertise of a seasoned professional.

🌟 Collaborative Growth: Working with interns fosters a collaborative environment where clients actively participate in shaping their therapy. Your input and feedback contribute to their learning process.

🌟 Cutting-Edge Insights: Interns often bring fresh research perspectives into the therapy room, ensuring you're exposed to the latest advancements in the field.

Embark on a therapeutic journey enriched by the enthusiasm, dedication, and evolving expertise of our clinical interns. Experience transformative growth while contributing to the development of the next generation of mental health professionals.

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