Our goal is to provide Interns enrolled in an accredited Master’s program for counseling, social work, or marriage and family therapy with an experience that not only fulfills academic requirements and prepares the individual for state licensure
post-graduation but also equips them to establish, market, and build a private practice or prepare for work in the community mental health field.
Through the internship experience, the Intern will develop clinical skills that integrate Christian values and biblical principles into the counseling process. Opportunities are available to meet with individuals, couples, and families as well as facilitate groups as the Intern cultivates a niche in establishing a counseling practice.
We understand the demands Interns encounter as they balance the requirements and responsibilities of completing their academic degree while also fulfilling family and employment commitments. At Spirit of Peace Clinical Counseling, we offer paid internships to help to ease this burden.
Interns are under the direct supervision of a licensed supervising clinician. Interns and their supervisor meet on a regular basis per Board requirements and Interns incur the cost of supervision.
Interns are encouraged to attend monthly collegial meetings, market themselves and Spirit of Peace Clinical Counseling, and explore the possibility of establishing a satellite location.
Contact our Clinical Director, Terri Johnston, at 614-442-7650, ext 6 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about an Internship with our team.