Internships

Master and Doctoral Level Training Opportunities

Fraser offers internships and practicum opportunities to graduate students at the master and doctoral levels in psychology, counseling and social work, as well as the rehabilitation disciplines of speech, occupational therapy and music therapy.

Students in mental health gain experience providing individual and group therapy and skills training through our day treatment programs, outpatient diagnostic evaluations and therapies. Students receiving training and supervision in the rehabilitation disciplines gain experience providing assessments and therapy in speech-language therapy and occupational therapy.

For Internship Students — Applications are being accepted through January 22. Interviews are held with final internship candidates in February and March with placement decisions made in late March.

For Practicum Students — Applications are being accepted through March 31. Interviews are held with final practicum candidates in April with final decisions by the end of May.

For more information, contact:

Rochelle Brandl, Ph.D., LP c/o Peter Larson Fraser Child & Family Center 3333 University Ave SE Minneapolis, MN 55414 612-728-5398

Undergraduate Internships Working with Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Undergraduate internships are available through the Fraser Autism Day Treatment Program. This program serves children between the ages of 2 – 7 with an autism diagnosis or related disorder.

In order to apply, watch the employment page for the Developmental Trainee (DT) position. When the position becomes available, apply and notify the HR representative that you are interested in an undergraduate internship during the interview. If hired, be sure to notify the DT Coordinator that you are completing an internship so that you can discuss your school’s internship requirements. This is a paid internship opportunity. We are looking for a semester-long commitment even if you finish your hours early. This improves consistency and treatment for the children enrolled in the day treatment program.

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