Internships and Service Placements
The internship program began at the very start of CCC's existence. Student interns are accepted here at Associate, Bachelor's and Master's levels, and come from a variety of disciplines including: Counseling, Social Work, Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Sociology, Family Social Services, Human Services, and Marriage & Family Therapy. The purpose of the internship program is to provide students with experiential approaches to learning once they've completed the academic and didactic part of their instruction. In addition, interns bring to our staff the most current thinking and research from their respective fields. Internship lasts for a minimum of one semester, but most Master's programs these days require 2-3 semesters of internship. Each intern is provided with a licensed Master's level staff member as her direct supervisor, and meets for one hour per week with that staff member for individual supervision of cases and progress. In addition, the weekly Clinical Staff Meeting provides two hours of group supervision.
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