Thank you for your interest in Shenandoah University’s Counseling Center’s Internship Program. Our training program is designed to facilitate the transition from student to professional through understanding college counseling issues, supervision and clinical experiences. We attempt to create an atmosphere that is conductive to interns learning and development through an appropriate balance of support and challenge. The primary focus of the intern/practicum experience is the development of therapeutic skills. Graduate students will see students individually, conduct groups as available, and conduct psycho-educational outreach programs related to mental health as well as alcohol and other drug issues.
Clinical Focus: Interns will provide services to undergraduate and graduate students of Shenandoah University with a range of behavioral health concerns, including: anxiety, depression, mood dysregulation, crisis intervention, academic and athletic performance issues, family problems, grief, adjustment issues, transition to graduation, roommate conflicts, leadership development, and interpersonal relationship issues. Interns may also be asked to perform administrative, outreach, and other miscellaneous tasks based on the needs of the Counseling Center.
- 1 hour of individual supervision/week, 1 hour of group supervision/week.
- Design and present psychoeducational programs based on their area of interest or needs of the campus.
- Two-semester commitment (starting in the Fall) preferred.
- Evening hours scheduled based on student need.
- No weekend hours.
- Potential travel to satellite campuses.
General information about internship site:
Training Supervisor: Cedric Wilson, LPC
Length of Internship: 8-9 months
Start Date: August 17th
End Date: May 14th
Weekly commitment: 15+ hours
Required experience/training: General understanding of counseling theories and practice. Some past clinical experience is preferred.
Please use the Internship Application to submit interest for all Internships & Practicums.