This is an internship providing telehealth (video-chat) mental health services to victims of crime, including those who have been human trafficked; providing services mostly to mothers and children. In return, intern will receive hours and if funding has come in timely from grants and not fee for service, then some may receive reimbursement.
Requires at least a Masters in Clinical Social Work, Marriage Family Therapy, Professional Clinical Counseling, or Nurse Practitioner, an intern # from respective boards (BBS or BNR), willingness to carry a caseload of 12-20 clients, attendance at weekly group supervision, Spanish a plus, having passed law and ethics exam when applicable a plus.
Required skills: familiarity with evidence-based models such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, able to document goal, intervention, response, plan progress notes as well as treatment plans, and able to schedule your own clients. Organized, and own newer devices with latest version operating systems - BOTH phone and computer - that are capable of running apps which are necessary to schedule clients, etc.