DIRECTIONS      LOG IN      RENTALS

CENTER

ON 

HALSTED



STUDENT TRAINING

Through internships, student clinical training and field placement opportunities, Center on Halsted offers diverse opportunities to graduate students looking to expand their professional experiences while helping to build and strengthen the LGBTQ community. Many of the field placements and internships at Center on Halsted are focused on student clinical training as part of the Behavioral Health Program; however, there are opportunities for students in a variety of fields and disciplines. Possible candidates for internships could include students pursuing degrees in social work, psychology, behavioral health, counseling, non-profit management, law, public administration, business administration, public health and/or youth development.

Inquiries into a specific area of interest should be directed towards the appropriate contact person for that program area: For those students interested in clinical training opportunities within our Behavioral Health Program, please see the information below:

Center on Halsted accepts practicum students from Masters and Doctoral programs in clinical, community, counseling, and social work. Prospective trainees for the 2017–2018 Behavioral Health Training Year are invited to attend our Open House on Friday, January 27, 2017 from 5:30–7:30 p.m. at Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted St.

For more information, please click here to download our letter to prospective interns.

To RSVP to our Open House, please contact Ashley Molin, Psy.D.
at amolin@centeronhalsted.org or 773.472.6469 EXT 441.

In your RSVP, please include your full name, which position you are interested in (e.g., Masters in social work, Masters in psychology, Doctorate in psychology), your school, and your email address.




Training Position: Doctoral Psychotherapy Externship

Training Position: Social Work Advanced Intern

Training Position: Counseling Intern




Training Position: Doctoral Psychology Psychotherapy Externship (2–3 positions)

Center on Halsted Program: Behavioral Health Services

Eligible Candidates: Students pursuing Doctoral degrees in clinical or counseling psychology at APA accredited programs.

Position Description: Advanced graduate students gain experience providing individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy services for clients from a wide range of multicultural backgrounds. Most clientele identify as LGBTQ, but this is not necessary for individuals to receive services.
Interns accepted into the program generally have a familiarity with these populations,
but are not expected to have specific expertise or clinical experience.

Position Cycle & Duration: Annual placement, 12 months/900 hours

Placement Dates: July 2017 to June 2018

Schedule: Our trainees follow a 24-hour/week program, where schedules are created with as much flexibility as possible. Behavioral Health Services operates Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m. and Friday 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Trainees are required to include one evening in their schedule. In addition, trainees are required to attend weekly group consultation, staffing, and consortium meetings on Wednesdays from 9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Students may revise their schedules each semester, as needed.


Supervision Structure: Interns meet with their primary supervisor (a licensed clinician) for one hour of individual supervision on a weekly basis. Students will also participate in weekly group
case consultations, staffing meetings, and the weekly Chicago LGBTQ Behavioral Health Training Consortium seminar series.

Application process: Applications will be accepted in accordance with ACEPT guidelines, beginning Monday, February 3, 2017. Complete applications include:

  1. Cover letter (specifically addressing interest in our site and population)
  2. Résumé
  3. Three letters of reference
  4. Writing sample (preferably not a testing report; may be a case report
    or academic paper, not to exceed three pages)
  5. A copy of your transcript (can be unofficial)
We prefer emailed applications, though we can accept mailed applications if needed.
Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

Send to:
Ashley Molin, PsyD
Associate Director of Behavioral Health
amolin@centeronhalsted.org

Center on Halsted
3656 N. Halsted St.
Chicago, IL 60613

Confirmation on receipt of completed applications will be provided via email. In accordance with the ACEPT guidelines, offers will be made to prospective doctoral interns on Monday, March 20, 2017.

For additional information not listed on the website, contact Ashley Molin, Psy.D.
at amolin@centeronhalsted.org or 773.472.6469 EXT 441.


Training Position: Social Work Advanced Intern (1–2 positions)

Center on Halsted Program: Behavioral Health Services

Eligible Candidates: Second-year social work graduate students attending accredited social work programs.

Position Description: Advanced graduate students gain experience providing individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy services for clients from a wide range of multicultural backgrounds. Most clientele identify as LGBTQ, but this is not necessary for individuals to receive services.
Interns accepted into the program generally have a familiarity with these populations,
but are not expected to have specific expertise or clinical experience.

Position Cycle & Duration: Annual placement, 12 months/900 hours

Placement Dates: July 2017 to June 2018

Schedule: Our trainees follow a 24-hour/week program, where schedules are created with as much flexibility as possible. Behavioral Health Services operates Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m. and Friday 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Trainees are required to include one evening in their schedule. In addition, trainees are required to attend weekly group consultation, staffing, and consortium meetings on Wednesdays from 9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Students may revise their schedules each semester, as needed.


Supervision Structure: Interns meet with their primary supervisor (a licensed clinical social worker) for one hour of individual supervision on a weekly basis. Students will also participate in weekly group case consultations, staffing meetings, and the weekly Chicago LGBTQ Behavioral Health Training Consortium seminar series.  

Application process: Applications will be accepted in accordance with ACEPT guidelines, beginning Monday, February 3, 2017. Complete applications include:

  1. Cover letter (specifically addressing interest in our site and population)
  2. Résumé
  3. Three letters of reference
  4. Writing sample (preferably not a testing report; may be a case report
    or academic paper, not to exceed three pages)
  5. A copy of your transcript (can be unofficial)
We prefer emailed applications, though we can accept mailed applications if needed.
Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

Send to:
Ashley Molin, PsyD
Associate Director of Behavioral Health
amolin@centeronhalsted.org

Center on Halsted
3656 N. Halsted St.
Chicago, IL 60613

Confirmation on receipt of completed applications will be provided via email. Interviews are expected to take place in mid-February with offers being made in late February/early March.

For additional information not listed on the website, contact Ashley Molin, Psy.D.
at amolin@centeronhalsted.org or 773.472.6469 EXT 441.



Training Position: Counseling Intern (2–3 positions)

Center on Halsted Program: Behavioral Health Services

Eligible Candidates: Graduate students attending accredited counseling programs.

Position Description: Advanced graduate students gain experience providing individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy services for clients from a wide range of multicultural backgrounds. Most clientele identify as LGBTQ, but this is not necessary for individuals to receive services.
Interns accepted into the program generally have a familiarity with these populations,
but are not expected to have specific expertise or clinical experience.

Position Cycle & Duration: Annual placement, 12 months/900 hours

Placement Dates: July 2017 to June 2018

Schedule: Our trainees follow a 24-hour/week program, where schedules are created with as much flexibility as possible. Behavioral Health Services operates Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m. and Friday 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Trainees are required to include one evening in their schedule. In addition, trainees are required to attend weekly group consultation, staffing, and consortium meetings on Wednesdays from 9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Students may revise their schedules each semester, as needed.

Supervision Structure: Interns meet with their primary supervisor (a licensed clinical social worker or a licensed clinical professional counselor) for one hour of individual supervision on a weekly basis. Students will also participate in weekly group case consultations, staffing meetings, biweekly group-therapy consultation, and the weekly Chicago LGBTQ Behavioral Health Training Consortium seminar series.

Application process: Applications will be accepted in accordance with ACEPT guidelines, beginning Monday, February 3, 2017. Complete applications include:

  1. Cover letter (specifically addressing interest in our site and population)
  2. Résumé
  3. Three letters of reference
  4. Writing sample (preferably not a testing report; may be a case report
    or academic paper, not to exceed three pages)
  5. A copy of your transcript (can be unofficial)
We prefer emailed applications, though we can accept mailed applications if needed.
Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

Send to:
Ashley Molin, PsyD
Associate Director of Behavioral Health
amolin@centeronhalsted.org

Center on Halsted
3656 N. Halsted St.
Chicago, IL 60613

Confirmation on receipt of completed applications will be provided via email. Interviews are expected to take place in mid-February with offers being made in late February/early March.

For additional information not listed on the website, contact Ashley Molin, Psy.D.
at amolin@centeronhalsted.org or 773.472.6469 EXT 441 .




BACK TO TOP.








 
Copyright © Center on Halsted3656 N. Halsted Street  |  Chicago, IL 60613  |  773.472.6469