Interns will receive training in clinical documentation (Intake Assessment, treatment and crisis planning, treatment notes), understanding and determining diagnosis, presenting clients/families for multi-disciplinary consultation Also, interns will be eligible to attend, at no charge, the various agency trainings provided throughout the year.
- Applicants must be currently enrolled in a graduate-level school program.Six month minimum commitment, nine months to one year preferred. (Bellevue & Redmond sites require one year.)
- Minimum 16-24 hours per week with a stable and reliable schedule. School vacations are not considered placement holidays, and all time off must be pre-approved by the supervisor.
- Previous experience serving children/youth is preferred. Experience working with abused or emotionally disturbed children is strongly desired.