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Prevention Intervention Program (PIP) is a school-based mental health program in various schools throughout Queens and Staten Island.Intern will conduct individual counseling, group counseling, case management, as well as co-facilitate presentations, trainings and workshops to students, teachers and parents.Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021Schools are located throughout Queens and Staten Island- please designate which borough student is interested in when applyingMondays are required for this internship**MUST BE ENROLLED IN A GRADUATE LEVEL ART THERAPY PROGRAM TO APPLY**Students of color strongly encouraged to applyThere are language requirements/needs that differ based on schools. There is a need for Spanish speaking, Mandarin or Korean speaking, and Bengali.
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Jerome M. Goldsmith Center, a residential treatment facility (RTF) located in Hawthorne New York serves emotionally vulnerable adolescent boys, ages 12 to 21, who are challenged by a range of trauma-related and psychiatric issues. These young boys are referred by the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH). With an average stay of less than one year, the Goldsmith Center provides supervised living units and a program of therapeutic and educational services. Intern would be supporting the intake/admissions process at the RTFs working with adolescent females and males, honing both their clinical and administrative skills.*Mondays are required for an internship *Home visits/field work required*Evenings are available as an option
The outpatient mental health clinic provides psychiatric services to children and adults. This is only one of two clinics that services children, adolescents and their families on Staten Island. Services include individual, family, couples and group therapy and medication management.Intern will provide individual, family and group therapy. Intern will also conduct initial assessments in second semester, document all services in EHR as required by state regulations and attend all clinical trainings. *Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021*2nd year MHC student required*Evenings are required*Weekends are optional*Spanish speaking strongly preferred*Interns identifying as Latinx and/or Orthodox Jewish strongly encouraged to apply*Mondays are required for this internship
The Bay Ridge Counseling Center is a licensed outpatient mental health clinic that provides services to all age groups, from young children to adolescents and adults. We offer a full spectrum of services to address the social and emotional well-being of all individuals in a safe and nurturing culturally sensitive environment.To provide clinical therapeutic services to individuals, children, teens, adults, and families. Sometimes conducting initial assessments are requested. Possible group co-facilitation as well. *Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021*2nd year MSW students required*Clinical students required*Spanish or Arabic speaking strongly preferred*Students who identify as Middle Eastern or Muslim strongly encouraged to apply*Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays are required for this internship
Child Parent Psychotherapy works with families and children ages 0-5 on communication, behavioral issues, and families coping with stressful life situations. Intern will hold a case load of four to work with families for family and individual therapy with families with children 0-5 years old.Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021Mondays are required for this internship Evenings are requiredField work/home visits are required
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Crossroads school satellite offers school-based mental health programs in host schools in NYC. Intern will provide individual and possibly group therapy to children ages 5-13; collaborate, support and provide psychoeducation to parents and caregivers consistently; be familiar with how to engage children and youth on a basic level, how to develop rapport; take initiative in setting up meetings with parents, teachers; gather info about child's evaluations, collaborate effectively with school staff at all levels. *Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021*2nd year MSW student required*Clinical or admin student required *Spanish or Mandarin speaking preferred *Students who identify as Latinx, Asian, Black/African American or Afro Caribbean, Spanish, Mandarin, or Cantonese encouraged to apply *Mondays are required for this internship
The clinic serves families with infants, toddlers, and children through elementary school age. The clinic offers evaluations and treatment planning; parent-child psychotherapy; individual, family, and group therapy; and family guidance. These services help children and families overcome such challenges as difficult behaviors; social/emotional problems; sensory integration disorder; reactions to family changes of separation, divorce, illness, domestic violence, and trauma; as well as school difficulties and developmental delays.Intern will hold caseload of 15 clients, complete all required paperwork for existing clients, provide necessary follow up with schools and other providers for clients and conduct intakes*Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021*2nd year MSW student required*Clinical student required*MTW required*Evening hours required*Weekend hours are optional *Spanish speaking required*Students of color strongly encouraged to apply
The Home Based Crisis Intervention Program is a short-term 4 intensive program for children 5-17, designed to stabilize youth at risk for psychiatric re-hospitalization. At the completion of this 4-6-week program, referrals are made to one of the case management programs for ongoing care.Intern will provide mental health services to children with acute mental health crisis. Intern will be work with assigned families 2-3 times a week, provide mental health assessments, counseling and case management services.Intern is expected to be comfortable to practice in the community.*Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021*2nd year MSW student required*Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays are required for this internship *Spanish speaking preferred*Home visits/field work required*Evenings available as an option
A day-treatment program for severely emotionally disturbed children, ages 5 to 13, who are able to live at home or in a community residence, but require therapeutic and special education services.Coordination of all services for clients, including weekly therapy, various case mgmt. responsibilities including: waiver service programs, emergency room staff, acute care hospital staff, pharmacies, attorneys, teachers, psychiatric providers, mental health clinics, ACS, etc.; maintaining weekly contact with clients' parents/caregivers; monthly meetings, on site, if possible; Liaison between program and clients' family members, and relevant community members; Develop, monitor, and report on treatment plan goals every 90 days; Complete comprehensive psychosocial assessment for each client upon admission; Engage in discharge planning for day treatment clients (coordinating outpatient mental health services for clients being discharged, completing accurate discharge summaries); Compose daily/weekly client progress notes; Other responsibilities as needed; attend and actively participate in weekly supervision with field instructor; attend and actively participate in weekly "rounds" with school staff to discuss cases; Attend and actively participate in monthly clinical department meetings; Co-lead weekly client groups (with staff therapist); write weekly group notes*Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021*2nd year MSW student required*Clinical MSW student required*Mondays are required for this internship*Spanish speaking a plus*Students of color strongly encouraged to apply
The Rita J. and Stanley H. Kaplan House is a Residential Treatment Program for 25 young men ages 17 to 21. They predominantly come to Kaplan from the foster care system but may also be referred through the New York State Juvenile Justice system. Residents have significant trauma histories, resulting in behavioral, emotional, and functional issues (and possible developmental deficiencies) that make it impossible to live in a more typical family setting. There are two positions open for interns:1) One intern will provide support with court hearings, home assessment, family visits, medical appointments, housing applications and interviews. They will also do group and individual supervision.2) The second intern will have weekly sessions with residents, provide crisis intervention, court support, acs support, incident and all clinical reports, sibling and family session planning, group and individual sessions** Please indicate which position the student is interested in applying for ** *Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021*MSW students required (1st/2nd year will be considered)*Clinical students requested*Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays are required*Field work/home visits are required*Evenings are optional*Spanish speaking a plus*Male students strongly encouraged to apply
Manhattan North Counseling Center serves Washington Heights and Inwood providing help to people struggling with a range of emotional and social problems. Services for adults and children include evaluation and assessment, crisis intervention, and time-limited, time-effective, and ongoing individual, couple, family, and group therapy. One 1st year MSW student required to provide case management services. *Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021*Evenings required*Weekend hours available as an option*Spanish speaking required*Intern identifying as Latinx strongly encouraged to apply
Mishkon provides residential, medical, and therapeutic care in a warm, homelike environment for individuals of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Services provided include medical and psychiatric care, skills training, case management, and occupational, physical and speech therapies. Facilities are Glatt kosher and follows Orthodox Jewish law.The intern will serve on one or more of our clinical teams, which address the needs of individuals with intellectual disabilities who reside in a group home. The intern will attend meetings in the community, help coordinate case reviews and oversee the goal plan and services that the individual(s) receive. The intern will also have an opportunity to provide psychotherapy services to several of the higher functioning residents in the group home.The intern will address the needs of individuals with intellectual disabilities who reside in a group home. *Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021*1st year MSW student requested (clinical interest/focus preferable)*Mondays are required for this internship*Field visits are required*Familiarity with or personal identification with Orthodox Jewish community required
Neptune Family Services provides preventive, community-based services offering counseling and advocacy to families with children at risk of abuse and neglect. Services include individual, group, and family therapy, as well as parenting group and workshops.The intern will be responsible for approximately six case. They will provide case management, case work counseling, community resources and home visits.*Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021*2nd year MSW students required*Clinical student required*Mondays are required for this internship*Evenings are required*Field work/home visits are required *Weekends are optional
This innovative treatment program is for adolescents and young adults (16-30) who recently have had unusual thoughts and behaviors or who have started hearing or seeing things that others don''t. OnTrackNY helps people achieve their goals for school, work and relationships through a support of an entire team. Intern will conduct psychotherapy, skills training, case management and care coordination, supported education and employment, family work, and group work. Intern will take part in event planning and execution, Intern will integrate primary and behavioral healthcare, attend ongoing training, complete process recordings and reflections, as well as other assignments as necessary for training and client support*Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021*2nd year MSW student required*Clinical MSW student required*Mondays and Tuesdays required*Evenings are required*Home visits/field work is required*Spanish speaking preferred*Students identifying as POC encouraged to apply*NYU EBP students encouraged to apply
Pelham Counseling Center provides help for people who are struggling with a wide range of emotional and social problems. Services for adults and children include evaluation and assessment, medication management, crisis intervention, time-effective and ongoing individual, couple, family, and group therapy, and loss and bereavement services for children and their caregivers.Intern will provide counseling services to clients in a strict clinic setting. *Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021*Mondays are required for this internship*2nd year student strongly required*Strong clinical student required*Evening hours available as an option
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Prevention Intervention Program (PIP) is a school-based mental health program in various schools throughout Queens and Staten Island. Intern will conduct individual counseling, group counseling, case management, as well as co-facilitate presentations, trainings and workshops to students, teachers and parents.Internship will run from September 2020-May 20212nd year students requiredSchools are located throughout Queens and Staten Island- please designate which borough student is interested in when applyingMondays are required for this internshipStudents of color strongly encouraged to apply There are language requirements/needs that differ based on schools. There is a need for Spanish speaking, Mandarin or Korean speaking, and Bengali.*Staten Island- one school slot remaining at IS 49- bilingual Spanish required
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The Sally & Anthony Mann Center is a 64 bed Residential Treatment Facility (RTF), is for girls ages 12 to 21 years old with severe psychiatric conditions. Children are referred by the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH). An average stay here is between 9 and 11 months, during which time adolescents participate in intensive milieu therapy, individual, family, and group psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy, special education and vocational training, all in an open setting. Intern will conduct individual and group therapy, paperwork responsibilities, family sessions, and have involvement in the milieu to build relationships with youth.*Internships will run from September 2020-May 2021*Mondays, Tuesdays, & Thursdays are required for this internship*Evenings are available as an option*Fieldwork/home visits required*2nd year MSW clinical student required
ACT Teams provide mobile intensive treatment and support to people with psychiatric disabilities. The focus is on the improvement of an individual's quality of life in the community and reducing the need for inpatient care, by providing intense community-based treatment services by an interdisciplinary team of mental health professionals. The Shelter ACT Team is a filed based team that is connected to 4 shelters; three are mental health shelters and one family shelter. All 4 shelters are located in Brooklyn, however the team is expected to follow up with client once they have transitioned to the community regards of the borough, thus this team has clients outside of Brooklyn. The ACT services only adult clients with a documented history of mental health issues that are not currently connected to mental health treatment and that are homeless. The Shelter ACT Team is seeking a 2 year MSW intern that has field based experience or a willingness to work in the field, where 80% of the visits are conducted. The intern will be expected to participate in daily team meetings when they are assigned to the team, weekly supervision, field visits both in shelters and at a client's home, escort to places such as the HRA and Social Security Office to file for benefits and/or AOT exams. In addition, the SW Intern will learn to complete clinical intakes and ongoing assessments that meets specific timeframes. In addition, there is a clinical and therapeutic component to working with client by using various tx modalities such as Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and other treatment modalities as appropriate.*Internship will run from September 2020-May 2021*2nd year MSW student required*Clinical student required*Mondays are required for this internship*Field work/home visits are required*Spanish speaking a plus*Male students encouraged to apply