JPA's Clinical Intern Program
Every year, JPA offers advanced-level clinical internships to a select group of first and second-year Master's degree students in the mental health field.
This highly-competitive program trains graduate students through hands-on experiences in providing individual and small group therapy for school-aged children.
Interns are supported in creating mental health assessment reports and treatment plans, as well as other clinical documentation. Program includes weekly individual and group supervision by JPA staff of highly-trained, licensed clinicians.
We are excited to welcome our 2022-2023 Interns!
Ronny, Loyola University Chicago
Lucia, Erikson Institute
Nicole, The Crown Family School, Univ. of Chicago
Elizabeth, Erikson Institute
Latoi, Erikson Institute
We begin reviewing applications for the academic year on January 2nd and schedule interviews on a rolling basis.
Applications should be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org and should include a cover letter and resume.
To find out more, contact Alec Ross, LCSW.