MFT Internship 2012 - 2013
The MFT internship program aims to provide training, supervision, and professional development for post –Master’s Registered MFT interns. The position primarily focuses on providing clinical and outreach services to registered CSUEB students.
Individual, couples, and group therapy, crisis assessment and intervention, outreach programs, and consultation
- The position starts mid-September 2012.
- The training will include individual and group supervision as well as seminars and other forms of professional development.
- 2 days a week, Monday and Thursday, 9 month position
- Pay is $14.00 per hour.
The successful candidate will have:
- A registered MFT intern number (or be registered by 9/21/12)
- Master’s Degree in Counseling or Clinical Psychology
- Strong clinical skills
- Brief therapy experience (or strong desire to learn brief therapy)
- Couples and/or group therapy experience (or strong desire to do couples/group therapy)
- Crisis intervention experience
- Outreach and consultation experience (or strong desire to do outreach/consultation)
- Strong demonstrated interest in diversity
- Team mentality
- A passion for helping students to create healthy, vibrant lives
Counseling Services will begin accepting applications for the 2012-2013 academic year on May 1, 2012. Only complete applications including cover letter, resume, and answers to supplemental questions will be considered. Open until filled, submit application materials a.s.a.p. Email contact for supplemental questions.
California State University, East Bay Description
Cal State East Bay has a total enrollment of 13,455 students, who can take courses at three campuses in the San Francisco Bay Area (Hayward, Concord, and Oakland). The student population consists of 37% Asian/Pacific Islander American, 32% Caucasian, 14% African American/Black, 13% Latino/a, 1% American Indian, and 4% other ethnic/racial backgrounds. Additionally, about 9% are international students. Cal State East Bay is largely a commuter institution with about 10% of students living in on-campus residence halls at the Hayward campus. The student population is diverse in other ways – many students are non-traditional age, and most students work in addition to attending classes. The campus operates on a year-round quarter system.
For additional information, please contact:
Ryan Guetersloh, LMFT, supervisor of counseling at firstname.lastname@example.org