Are you enrolled in a Master’s program for marriage and family therapy, clinical counseling or social work? Fraser offers a supportive, education-focused environment to complete your practicum/internship hours and gain a foundation in clinical knowledge needed for success in the mental health field.
At Fraser, you will have opportunities to work with clients and families from birth-adulthood. You may participate in diagnosing/assessments, day treatment and individual, group, or family outpatient services. You will learn and participate in treatment planning, completing progress notes and other clinical documentation tasks.
Fraser clients have a wide array of mental health and neurodevelopmental diagnoses, including but not limited to, Autism, Trauma-related diagnoses, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and developmental delay. Throughout your practicum/internship you will be exposed to a wide variety of interventions, strategies, and theoretical approaches, such as, Early Start Denver Model, Developmental Repair Model, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Child Parent Psychotherapy, Parent Child Interaction Therapy, and Attachment in Bio-Behavioral Catch-up. Practicum/Internship students will have the opportunities to participate in professional development trainings, including; DC 0-5 trainings, and ECSII, CASII, Training. All clinical work is provided in a culturally responsive framework.
At Fraser, we use a wide variety of evidence-based interventions. We encourage interns to consult and collaborate with other Fraser professionals, as well as with those in outside community agencies. This is an unpaid position.
Fraser is at capacity for Master’s level clinical interns for the 2022-2023 school year. Questions and applications for the 2023-2024 school year can be sent to email@example.com
If you are a master-level social work student, your university may already have an agreement in place with Fraser. The below schools are a part of the MSW matching program. Please check with your university to learn more about the matching process and timeline. Typically, social work students tell their school about their interest, and don’t contact Fraser directly. Students interview around February/March and start around Labor Day.
We do accept social work students who are not a part of the MSW matching program. Please apply below if you are interested in a practicum at Fraser, but are not part of the MSW matching program.
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