Clinical Training Program Application Process

The Stone Center's Clinical Training Program will now be accepting applications for training year 2023-24.

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Clinical Training Program Application Process

This is a 9-10 month training program consisting of 3-4 days per week, Monday through Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm, with Wednesday & Thursday being required full days.  The primary focus of the training is to provide counseling services to Wellesley College students.  The experience includes individual and group counseling, workshops, outreach and educational programming, as well as consultation with members of the college community.  Every intern/trainee is required to participate in at least two educational/outreach activities per semester, which may occur after hours or weekends.

Components of the Training Program include individual clinical supervision, dual supervision (WJC), group supervision, several training seminars, clinical team meeting, a trainee lunch support group, and additional opportunities such as the Division of Student Life meetings and educational workshops provided by the Wellesley Centers for Women.

Application Process for Academic Year 2023-2024:

One Doctoral-Level, Practicum Counseling or Clinical Psychology training position
Two 2nd year Master of Social Work and Mental Health Counselor Clinical training positions enrolled in accredited programs

 

For Counseling or Clinical Psychology Practicum Trainee:

This is a doctoral-level, nine-month placement, from September-May, 24 hours a week over 3-4 days with Wednesday and Thursday being required, full days from 8:30am-4:30pm.

Complete application materials must be received on or before Monday, January 9, 2023 and must include:

- A cover letter explaining your interest in this particular training program;
- A resume or vita;
- 3 letters of recommendation highlighting clinical experience - 2 clinical references from your previous placement supervisors & 1 academic reference; 
- A current transcript (unofficial accepted)

Recommended Application Deadline: With a strong preference to submit completed application by December 25, 2022, but due Monday, January 9, 2023.  

Apply Here

Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

For questions around the application process, please contact Martha Bergeron @ clinical-training-program@wellesley.edu

After a review of completed applications, viable candidates will be contacted to schedule an interview.  Interviews will take place in January and February.  Decisions will be made in February.  Selections will be finalized pending the clearing process.

 

 

For Social Work and Licensed Mental Health Counselor Interns:

This is a 2nd Year Master's Level Training, nine-month placement from September-May, 24 hours a week over 3-4 days, with Wednesday and Thursday being required, full days from 8:30am-4:30pm.

Complete application materials must be received on or before Monday, January 9, 2023 and must include:

- A cover letter explaining your interest in this particular training program of choice;
- A resume or vita;
- 3 letters of recommendation highlighting clinical experience - 1 clinical reference from your previous placement supervisor & 2 academic references;  
- A current transcript (unofficial accepted)

For Social Work Applicants:  School approval required

Application Deadline:  Monday, January 9, 2023

Apply here

Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

For questions around the application process, please contact Martha Bergeron @ clinical-training-program@wellesley.edu

After a review of completed applications, viable candidates will be contacted to schedule an interview.  Interviews will take place in January and February.  Decisions will be made in February.  Selections will be finalized pending the clearing process.

 

 

For William James Consortium Internship, training years application process begins Fall 2023:

This is a ten-month placement for up to two years from mid-August through mid-June, 25 hours a week over 3-4 days with Wednesday and Thursday being required, full days from 8:30am-4:30pm.  Interns will be required to see students with emergency needs and there will be a progressive increase of their emergency responsibilities, they will also work with the disability office to administer a minimum of 3 testings per year and will be responsible to present workshops to incoming trainees in their 2nd year.

Application materials must be submitted together in one pdf file, with your name clearly written on each page and scanned @ low resolution, to Robin Cook-Nobles, @ clinical-training-program@wellesley.edu by tba and must include:

- A cover letter explaining your interest in this particular training program of choice.
- A resume or vita
- Three letters of recommendation highlighting clinical experience: previous placement supervisors highly recommended.
- A current transcript (unofficial accepted)

Application Deadline:  tba

If you have been chosen to interview, please submit (4) 500 word documents and your sample assessment report together in one pdf file, with your name clearly written on each page & scan @ low resolution, to Robin Cook-Nobles, @ clinical-training-program@wellesley.edu by tba.

We welcome questions regarding our Training Program. For further information, call the Stone Center Counseling Service office at (781)283-2839, Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm, or email clinical-training-program@wellesley.edu.