The Stonewall Project is seeking clinical interns for our counseling program dedicated to providing harm reduction-based substance use and mental health treatment to gay men, trans men who have sex with men, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) who have drug and/or alcohol issues.
Clinical interns at the Stonewall Project will receive:
The internship is 20 hours per week, and a one-year commitment is required. We accept applications from students enrolled in postgraduate programs in counseling, psychology, or social work (MA, MS, MSW, MEd); postgraduate Associate Marriage and Family Therapists (AMFTs), Associate Professional Clinical Counselors (APCCs), and Associate Social Workers (ASWs); and alcohol and drug counselors seeking California certification. Prior experience with harm reduction approaches, substance use counseling, or working with the LGBTQI community desired (but not required). We welcome people of all gender identities and cultural backgrounds to apply. Our program hours are Monday through Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Applications to the Clinical Internship at Stonewall Project for the 2019—20 academic year will be considered on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. Apply online now…
If you have questions about the Stonewall Clinical Internship Program or about the application process, please contact Robert Holum, LMFT, Director, Clinical Internship Training Program, at (415) 487-8067 or at .
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