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ALAMEDA COUNTY SITES

Site
Phone
Contact
Address
Website
Last Updated
Alameda Family Services (Fromerly Xanthos Inc.) (510) 522-8363  Becky Pizer, PsyD, Director of Training  

www.alamedafs.org

12/2006

Asian Community Mental Health Services, Behavioral Healthcare Services

(510) 451-6729 Helen Hsu, PsyD, Director of Training   www.acmhs.org 1/2007

Asian Pacific Psychological Services

 (510) 835-2777 x21 Rachel Michaelsen   http://www.appsweb.org/home.htm 1/2007
Axis Community Health 925-201-6225 Stephanie Kelly, Director of Counseling Services   www.axishealth.org 1/2007

Bay Area Community Resources, Program: Gatewau Project

Keith Burrell (510) 559-3013

Carin Severence Grove (415) 444-5580

Keith Burrell, MFT, East Bay Programs Dir. Of Training

Carin Severence Grove, Marin Program Clinical Coordinator

 

http://www.bacr.org/

2/2007

Bonita House Inc. Berkeley Creative Living Center

(510)548-2269

Jim Moyers, MFT

  http://www.bonitahouse.org/clc.html 5/2007

Casa del Sol (Clinica de la Raza, Mental Health Dept.)

(510) 535-6200 M. Cecilia Guillermo, MFT, Intern Coordinator   www.laclinica.org 2/2007

Center for Creative Growth

(510) 527-2100 ext. 5 Jason Saffer, MFT, Co-Director  

http://www.creativegrowth.com/interns.htm
http://www.creativegrowth.com

1/2007

Child Assault Prevention Training Center

(510)583-0414 ext. 101 Norma Rodriguez, Program Director  

www.webmaster@ebac.org

2004

Children’s Hospital Autism Services (CHAI)

(510)428-3792     No website available. 2004

City of Fremont Youth and Family Services

(510)574-2111

Lisa Gioia, MFT, Clinical Supervisor

  http://www.fremont.gov/Community/Parents/
CounselingInternship.htm
5/2007

Community Counseling and Education Center

(510) 792-4964 ext. 390 Steve Fanucchi, MFT Clinic Director   http://www.communitycounseling.org/ 1/2007

East Bay Agency for Children

(510)657-1568 Lisa Dierkes, MFT   www.ebac.org 2004

Family Paths (formerly Parental Stress Service, Inc.)

(510)893-9230 ext. 217 Nancy Morosohk, LCSW   http://www.familypaths.org/ 1/2007

The 14th Street Clinic and Medical Group

(510)533-0800

Susan Sky
Paul Gaiser, PsyD

 

www.ebcrp.org

2/2007

Fruge Psychological Associates, Inc.

(510)482-3622 ext 713 FPA Human Resources Department   www.fpasolutions.com or www.info@fpasolutions.com 2/2007
King Middle School (510) 644-8534 Rosina Keren 1781 Rose Street
Berkeley, CA 94703
http://www.berkeley.net/index.php?page=martin-luther-king 7/2007
La Cheim BHS (510)596-8125 Dr. Ernest Valfer   http://www.lacheim.org/ 6/2007

La Familia Counseling Service: Outpatient Clinic

(510)881-5921 x110

Dr. LuAnn Devoss, Director of Clinical Training (Outpatient Program)

  http://cecp.air.org/teams/
greenhouses/lafamilia.asp
2/2007

La Familia Counseling Service: Childrens Day Treatment

TBA

Dr. Daniel Kusnir, Clinical Director (Children's Day Treatment)

  http://cecp.air.org/teams/
greenhouses/lafamilia.asp
2/2007
Lincoln Child Center 510-531-3111 x640 Dr. Lesleigh Franklin   www.lincolncc.org. 2/2007

New Bridge Foundation

(510)887-0303 Victoria Leff, LCSW   http://www.new-bridge.org/ 12/2006

Pacific Center for Human Growth

(510) 548-8283 ext. 222 Judith Weatherly, MFT, Clinic Director 2712 Telegraph Ave. Berkeley, 94705 www.pacificcenter.org/intern-training/ 10/2007

Pathways Health and Home Hospice

(510) 632-4390 or 408-773-4282 Chris Taich, LCSW   www.pathwayshealth.org 4/2007
Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center 510-451-4514 x103 Priscilla Wetmore, MA   http://www1.salvationarmy.org/ 5/2007

San Leandro Community Counseling: Davis Street Family Resource Center (elementary)

(510)347-4620

Rebecca Soffer Health Services Director (ext 138)

Carla Durkin, MFT, Clinical Coordinator of School based Programs (ext 132);

  http://www.davisstreet.org

 

12/2006

San Leandro Community Counseling: Davis Street Family Resource Center (adolescent)

510-347-4620    

http://www.davisstreet.org

2004

San Leandro Community Counseling: Davis Street Family Resource Center (outpatient)

510-347-4620 x132 Shauna Fujimoto (Interim)  

http://www.davisstreet.org

1/2007
Seneca Center: Los Reyes (San Leandro Residential) 510-317-1446 x258 Megan McQuaid   http://www.senecacenter.org/home.cfm 5/2007

Sutter VNA and Hospice and Berevement Program

(510) 450-8769 Gail Bigelow, LCSW  

http://www.suttervna.org

1/2007

Tri-Valley Haven

(925) 449-5845 Mary Stein, MFT, Clinical Supervisor  

www.trivalleyhaven.org

1/2007
Youth Uprising/ Castlemont Health Center 510-428-3775 Dr. Su Park 747 53nd Street
Oakland, CA 94609
http://www.childrenshospitaloakland.org 7/2007

 

County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Alameda Family Services (Fromerly Xanthos Inc.)

Type of Agency:

Multi-service, non0profit agency

Location:

2325 Clement Ave., Alameda, CA. 94501

Client Population Served:

Focus is on youth and families

Services Provided:

Agency provides free and low cost counseling, intervention and prevention services to the diverse communities of Alameda and Oakland.

Contact Person:

Becky Pizer, PsyD, Director of Training

Telephone:

(510) 522-8363     Fax: 510-865-1930

Theoretical Orientation:

Family systems and Narrative

Specialized Populations/Services:

Children, adolescents, adults, couples, families; primarily low to middle income, multicultural.

Special Remarks:

This is a CAPIC approved training site that accepts practicum trainees. Responsibilities may include any of the following, depending upon the interests of the intern and the needs of the agency: crisis intervention; family therapy; individual, couples and child therapy; drug and alcohol services; intake sessions; groups; school counseling; assessments. Xanthos is encouraging ethnic diversity in the applicant pool to reflect their client population and their training goals. Students of color are encouraged to apply. A series of trainings throughout the year including culture and specific topics, i.e., queer parenting, working with Native American Families, size discrimination, and others. Send CV and cover letter postmarked by February 17th. Please address your letter of interest which program attracts you most and why you want to work with families/ community.

Link to Agency:

www.alamedafs.org

 

 

2005 updated 12/06

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Asian Community Mental Health Services, Behavioral Healthcare Services

Type of Agency:

Non profit, community based mental health clinic

Location:

310 8th Street, Ste. 201, Oakland, CA. 94607

Client Population Served:

Residents of Alameda and Contra Costa

Services Provided:

Outpatient clinic serving individual, couples, group therapy, family therapy, chemical dependency program, as well as school based services at 12 public school sites.

Contact Person:

Helen Hsu, PsyD, Director of Training

Telephone:

(510) 451-6729

E-mail:

Helenh@acmhs.org

Theoretical Orientation:

CBT, psychodynamic and family systems approaches

Specialized Populations/Services:

Developmentally disabled. Community based and culturally competent integrated delivery system of behavioral healthcare services. Their mission is to provide and advocate for multilingual and multicultural mental health services that empower individuals and their families to lead healthy, contributing and self-sufficient lives in the community.

Special Remarks:

This is a CAPIC site that accepts MFT practicum students who have some experience and an interest in serving this population. Monday/Wednesday from 9am to Noon are required. Weekly case conferences and didactic seminars. Opportunities for audio and video taped and live supervision, and training at outside agencies.

Application Requirements: Due date- Early February as interviews will be done in February.

Link to Agency:

www.acmhs.org

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Asian Pacific Psychological Services

Type of Agency:

Community Based, Non-Profit Outpatient Clinic

Location:

3905 MacDonald Avenue. Richmond, CA 94606

Client Population Served:

APPS serve children, adolescents and adults who are primarily Asian immigrants or refuges or Asian American who reside in the East Bay.

Services Provided:

APPS provide comprehensive services in the areas of substance abuse treatment and prevention, family violence prevention and treatment, and integration of mental health and primary health care. It is delivered in school based for children and teens and outpatient mental health setting with bi-lingual Asian language therapists (Cantonese, Cambodian, Vietnamese, and Koren).

Contact Person:

Rachel Michaelsen

Telephone:

(510) 835-2777 x21

E-mail:

rbmlcsw@sbcglobal.net.

Theoretical Orientation:

Psychodynamic including control mastery and family systems approaches.

Specialized Populations/Services:

Asian Pacific Psychological Services (APPS), a community-based non-profit organization is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for historically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander communities.  Offering programs, services and expertise that are sensitive to the languages, cultures and experiences of our clients, APPS provides behavioral health care to individuals, families and communities of Asian and Pacific Island origins. Opportunity to work with gang and drug prevention services with youth.

Special Remarks:

This program is newly approved as of 2006-07 year but the agency has been providing services for 9 years. APPS currently has 4 practicum students a year but can take up to 6-8 students.

Taining: Training is from Sept- June. Trainees will work 16 hours a week in which they will do 6-8 direct client hours, 3 supervision and training hours and 5 hours of administrative duties and record keeping.

Application Information: Please E-mail Cover Letters, Curriculum Vitae to rbmlcsw@sbcglobal.net.

Supervision: The site offers either 1 hour of individual supervision a week or 2 hours of group supervision a week of groups no larger then 8. Supervisors are LCSW's and one MFT for the 0607 year.

Link to Agency:

http://www.appsweb.org/home.htm

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Axis Community Health

Type of Agency:

Community Counseling Agency, Mental Health

Location:

4361 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton, CA 94566

Client Population Served:

Serving the Tri-Valley area including adults, families, children, families, and couples of all ages. Some spanish speaking clients.

Services Provided:

Drug and Alcohol unit, Domestic Violence services, Full-service Medical Facility, DUI, Adults, Couples, Families, Adolescents

Contact Person:

Stephanie Kelly, Director of Counseling Services

Telephone:

925-201-6225

Email:

skelly@axishealth.org

Theoretical Orientation:

Psychodynamic, Cognitive-Behavioral, Couples and Family Therapy

Specialized Populations/Services:

Bi-lingual Spanish, Play Therapy

Special Remarks:

This site prefers interns who have some type of human or social services experience. Experience may be volunteer.  Students must be self-directed and responsible. Client load is 10-20 hours/week. 10 month commitment.

Supervision and Training: Individual supervision 1 hr per week and group 2 hrs/ week. Intern/ Trainee meetings once a month. Monthly trainings approximately twice a month.

Applying: Applications are due by March. Interviews will be in March and April. Cover Letter, CV and References required.

Start Dates: Students can start in the Summer or the Fall. Spring starts depending on availability.

Link to Agency:

www.axishealth.org

 

 

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County:

Alameda, Marin and Contra Costa

Name of Organization:

Bay Area Community Resources, Program: Gateway Project

Type of Agency:

Community non-profit

Location:

Gateway Project—Berkeley and West Contra Costa

New Perspectives--Marin

Client Population Served:

Elementary, middle and high school youth and their families

Services Provided:

Individual and group counseling; family counseling and parent education; trained and supported peer conflict managers within the school sites; drug/alcohol education and life skills; DOA intervention and prevention; crisis support to the schools

Contact Person:

Keith Burrell, MFT, East Bay Programs Dir. Of Training, 3219 Pierce Ave., Richmond, CA 94804.  

Carin Severence Grove, Marin Program Clinical Coordinator, 171 Carlos Dr., San Rafael, CA 94903    

Telephone:

Keith Burrell (510) 559-3013 (East Bay Program)

Carin Severence Grove (415) 444-5580 x393 (Marin Program)

E-Mail Address:

kburrell@bacr.org

carins7@yahoo.com
Theoretical Orientation:
Psychodynamic or that of interest of intern

Specialized Populations/Services:

School based program

Special Remarks:

A strong desire to learn and a commitment to supporting youth is especially important.

For Specific Site Information please click here: http://argosysf.tripod.com/BACRDescription.pdf

Link to Agency:

http://www.bacr.org/

 

 

2004, 2/2007

 

County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Bonita House Inc.- Berkeley Creative Living Center (CLC)

Type of Agency:

Non-profit corporation

Location:

Berkeley Creative Living Center (CLC) space provided by the First Congregational Church of Berkeley, 2340 Durant St., (corner of Dana and Durant) in Berkeley.

Client Population Served:

Mentally ill adults.

Services Provided:

There are several programs available to clients who are just being released from psychiatric facilities. Please visit website for comprehensive program details. Practicum positions are located in the Berkeley Creative Living Center, which is a client-centered day program based upon the needs of those who attend it. Most have been diagnosed as having mental illness, ranging in abilities and backgrounds. The goal of the CLC program is not to “cure” its members, but to support them in more effectively living their lives with the greatest degree of independence.

Contact Person:

Jim Moyers, MFT- Clinical Coordinator and Individual Supervisor

Telephone:

(510)548-2269

E-mail:

clc@bonitahouse.org

Other Supervisors:

Rebecca Woolis, MFT- Program director (oversees group supervision)

Theoretical Orientation:

Humanistic, social rehab- individual, group and milieu psychotherapy

Specialized Populations/Services:

Mentally ill adults. There are numerous programs, but only CLC has MFT practicum trainees and interns. Please visit the website for specifics.

Special Remarks:

1 hour individual; 2 hrs group supervision per week. The CLC placement meets the BBS requirements for Marriage and Family Trainee and intern clinical experience.$500 stipend; 15.5 hours a week time commitment for 12 months.

Further information please click here: CLC handout page 1 and CLC handout page 2.

Link to Agency:

http://www.bonitahouse.org/clc.html

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Casa del Sol (Clinica de la Raza, Mental Health Dept.)

Type of Agency:

Community Clinic

Location:
Mental Health Placement at 1501 Fruitvale Avenue in Oakland.
Client Population Served:

95% monolingual Spanish speaking people of all ages

Services Provided:

Individaul, family, group and couples therapy; HIV/AIDS clients; CPS; DV for women; major mental illness.

Contact Person:

M. Cecilia Guillermo, MFT, Intern Coordinator

Telephone:

(510) 535-6200

Email:

cguillermo@laclinica.org

Theoretical Orientation:

Various modalities

Specialized Populations/Services:

Spanish-speaking population

Special Remarks:

Must be bilingual Spanish speaking. Nine month commitment (September through May). Mandatory attendance Wednesday 10-2:30. For 2007-2008 there with be a 2 week mandatory training on Sept 5th and 6th and Sept 12th and 13th from 9-6pm.

Only 24 hour/wk doctoral students assist/observe & are supervised by a licensed psychologist. Graduate students committing less hours/wk are supervised by an MFT or LCSW. We require a minimum of 16hours/wk; we prefer 24hours/week.

Link to Agency:

www.laclinica.org

 

2004, updated 1/2007, 2/2007, 3/2007

 
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County:
Alameda
Name of Organization:
Center for Creative Growth
Type of Agency:
Non-profit counseling organization
Location:
1221 Marin Ave. Berkeley , CA 94706
Client Population Served:
Our Center provides a unique counseling service for people who want to make changes in their life, their relationships, and their relationship to life. We serve people with a variety of sexual orientations, from all age groups and ethnic backgrounds. We work mainly with adults although there is some opportunity for child and family therapy. Our clients come to us from the greater San Francisco Bay area, as well as from elsewhere in the country and the world, due to our expertise in helping people heal from the effects of growing up in a dysfunctional family.
Services Provided:
Individual, couples, and group therapy with some opportunity for child and family therapy. We also offer one-day educational workshops.
Contact Person:
Jason Saffer, MFT, Co-Director
Telephone:
(510) 527-2100 ext. 5
Email:
jasons@creativegrowth.com
Theoretical Orientation:

Specialized Populations/Services:

We specialize in helping people with these issues:

•  creating intimacy and trust

•  overcoming codependency

•  self-esteem and healthy boundaries

•  loving without addiction

•  depression, anxiety, stress

•  grief, loss, loneliness

•  career conflicts

•  sexual difficulties

•  childhood wounds related to alcoholism, incest, other traumas

•  incorporating therapy into your 12-step program

•  effective communication and anger release

•  the ability to express emotion

•  money and power struggles

•  addictions and compulsive behaviors

•  exploring purpose, meaning, spiritual growth

•  clarifying commitments

•  freeing creativity, spontaneity and joy

Special Remarks:

Our Training Program is a one-year program with the option to participate in a second year of advanced training. There is no stipend offered, or tuition charged,

for our one-year training program. An advanced second year of training is available.

For second year participants who demonstrate a high level of skill, a stipend may be available. This is a c omprehensive training program utilizing weekly individual and group supervision, didactic trainings, readings, role play, videotapes of master therapists and of leaders in the field of family therapy/dysfunctional families, audiotape review of sessions, and co-therapy with licensed staff. 

Link to Agency:

Agency website: http://www.creativegrowth.com
Training Program Description: http://www.creativegrowth.com/interns.htm

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Child Assault Prevention Training Center

Type of Agency:

Part of East Bay Agency for Children

Location:

Programs located throughout Alameda County

Client Population Served:

Children and their families

Services Provided:

Support groups, specialized therapeutic and educational services, community and school-based services, grief and illness support for children and their families

Contact Person:

Norma Rodriguez, Program Director

Telephone:

(510)583-0414 ext. 101

Fax:

(510)268-1073

Theoretical Orientation:

Cognitive and behavioral, family systems, grief

Specialized Populations/Services:

Multicultural, multilingual services

Special Remarks:

See website for driving directions. Program excited to be bringing interns on board. Training program currently being revised, updated information to be on file as soon as received from agency.

Link to Agency:

www.webmaster@ebac.org

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Children’s Hospital Autism Services (CHAI)

Type of Agency:

Comprehensive program of integrated services for infants and children up to age 3 years.

Location:

645 Fourth St., Oakland 94607

MAILING: 747 52nd St., Oakland 94609

Client Population Served:

Autistic infants and toddlers and their families

Services Provided:

Speech/language therapy, occupational therapy, and behavioral and developmentally-based treatment in clinic, school and home settings.

Contact Person:

Mimi Lou, PhD, Clinical Director, Psychologist (Psychodynamic)

747 52nd Street, Oakland

Telephone:

(510)428-3792

Fax:

(510)655-1004

Theoretical Orientation:

Integrative model/developmental and behavioral, psychodynamic, object relations, systems, cognitive and behavioral

Specialized Populations/Services:

Children in the program receive direct, individualized services from the CHAI stff in the areas of language and communication, social/emotional development, sensory and motor processing, cognition, development, and self-help skills. Families are provided with information and resources so they can better understand and advocate for the current and future needs of their children.

Special Remarks:

Minimum of 16 hrs/week required. No bilingual services offered. Opportunities for research. 4 wks vacation/holidays permitted. 1 year commitment preferred. Videotaped sessions, co-therapy with supervisor; 4 weeks initial training; process notes; cross cultural training in didactic seminars. Application deadline February 1st, 2005.

No website available.

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

City of Fremont Youth and Family Services

Type of Agency:

Community non-profit/ Government Agency

Location:

39155 Liberty St., Ste E500, PO box 5006 Fremont, CA 94537-5006

Services provided at clinic location, various school sites, home visits and Fremont Police Department.

Client Population Served:

Alameda County residents, children and adolecents to age 18 and thier families.

Services Provided:

Individual (children and adolecents); group and family counseling; family crisis intervention; diversion counseling for first time juvenile offenders; trauma/crisis counseling, parent education; court ordered counseling for probation youth.

Contact Person:

Lisa Gioia, MFT, Clinical Supervisor

Telephone:

(510)574-2111

Fax:

(510)574-2105

Other Supervisors:

Additional MFT and Licensed Clinical Psychologists provide individual and/or group supervision.

Theoretical Orientation:

Family Systems, CBT, Expressive therapies; Attachment theory

Specialized Populations/Services:

Children and Families

Special Remarks:

Accepts MFT and Doctoral Practicum Students, as well as post degree Registered MFT Interns;15-20 hours per week commitment; weekly individual and group supervision; placement requires taping (audio or video) of a minimum of six sessions; extensive in service training program.Practicum runs from the end of August through the third week of June- summer extensions available.

Desirable qualities of an applicant: prior experience (clinical or non-clinical) with children/ adolescents/families; bi-lingual candidates (Spanish, Farsi, Mandarin are most needed) are encouraged to apply.

Application Procedures: Compelete agency application and resume/ vitae and coverletter; interview; two references; applications are accepted in January and February of eac year, or until the positions are filled.

Link to Agency:

http://www.fremont.gov/Community/Parents/CounselingInternship.htm

 

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Community Counseling and Education Center

Type of Agency:

Freestanding, non profit agency

Location:

3775 Beacon Ave, 2nd Floor, Fremont, CA. 94538

Client Population Served:

Children make up 30-40% of the usual caseload, with the remainder consisting of adults and families. Culturally, ethnically and socioeconomically diverse populations.

Services Provided:
Brief and long–term outpatient therapy; individual, couple and family therapy.

Contact Person:

Steve Fanucchi, MS, MFT Clinic Director

Telephone:

(510) 792-4964 ext. 390

Fax:

(510) 792-4928

E-Mail:

Stevenfanucchi@yahoo.com

Theoretical Orientation:

Psychodynamic, with cognitive behavioral and family systems views also represented.

Special Remarks:

STAFF: 2 licensed doctoral level psychologists and 3 MFT'S.

PLACEMENTS AVAILABLE FOR 2007-2008: 2-4 psychology interns (pre-and post- doctoral), 6-8 MFT interns and psychology trainees.

COMMITMENT: One year, September-August, 16-24 hours/week, with options on start date. Wednesdays, 10-2 required, other times are flexible, one evening required.

TRAINING & EDUCATION: Weekly professional issues and development seminar, child/family case conference, adult case conference and monthly didactic seminars. Individual supervision of 1 hr for 16 hr positions, 2 hrs for 24 hr positions or as needed.

CLINICAL RESPONSIBILITIES: 8 hours patient contact/week for 16 hour positions, 15 hours for 24 hour positions.

DESIRABLE QUALITIES IN AN APPLICANT: Some prior clinical experience, interest in a multicultural setting, maturity, responsibility, good judgement, openness to supervision and self awareness.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Send vita, letter of interest, 2 letters of recommendation, to Steve Fanucchi, MS, MFT. Clinic director, Due by 3/25 (or slots are filled).

 Website: http://www.communitycounseling.org/

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

East Bay Agency for Children

Type of Agency:

Regional Agency

Location:

Sites throughout Alameda County

42785 Gatewood Street, Fremont, 94538

Client Population Served:

Children and their families

Services Provided:

School based programs, crisis services, therapeutic support for children who have suffered abuse/neglect

Contact Person:

Lisa Dierkes, MFT

Telephone:

(510)657-1568

Theoretical Orientation:

Milieu

Specialized Populations/Services:

Low income and culturally diverse

Special Remarks:

See website for comprehensive details on programs

Link to Agency:

www.ebac.org

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Family Paths: formerly Parental Stress Service, Inc.

Type of Agency:

Community based, non-profit, serving a diverse population of children/families

Location:

1727 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, #109, Oakland 94612 (send applications to this address)

39155 Liberty St., Ste. #F600, Fremont

22455 Maple Court, Ste #402, Hayward

Client Population Served:

Alameda County families who have abused or are at risk of abusing their children

Services Provided:

Family therapy, individual therapy and intake screening

Contact Person:

Nancy Morosohk, LCSW

Telephone:

(510)893-9230 ext. 217

E-mail:

Nmorosohk@familypaths.org

Theoretical Orientation:

Integrative- pulls from Psychodynamic, Attachment Theory, Trauma Theroy and other types of orientations.

Specialized Populations/Services:

Crisis hotline, parent education classes, Grand Rounds and other Dydatic trainings both in house and in the community.

Special Remarks:

Practicum and Internship opportunities available. $750 stipend towards relevant educational materials/conferences for trainees. 15-20 hrs/week for one year.

Application Process: Cover Letter, and Vitae to Nancy in the Oakland address or e-mail. 3 letters of reference. 6 slots available for year. Previous experience with kids, families and diverse populations is helpful. Begins in September but other times as openings arise.


Supervision and Training: Individual supervision 1 hr per week and group 2 hrs/ week. Various training throught the year.

Link to Agency:

http://www.familypaths.org/

 

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

The 14th Street Clinic and Medical Group

(East Bay Community Recovery Project)

Type of Agency:

Non-profit drug and alcohol rehabilitation program

Location:

1124 International Blvd., Oakland, 94606 or

22971 Sutro St., Hayward, 94541

Client Population Served:

Adults, couples, families, multicultural, HIV/AIDS, HepC, prop 36.

Services Provided:

(Practicum) Brief therapy, consultation, crisis intervention, family/group therapy, individual therapy, intake screening and testing, and assessment.

Contact Person:

Susan Sky

Telephone:

(510)533-0800

Fax:

(510)533-0300

Other Supervisors:

Paul Gaiser, PsyD

Theoretical Orientation:

The general clinical orientation is cognitive behavioral therapy. A medical/psychological approach that works to address the needs of the whole person. Efforts are made to involve the client’s family in support/rehabilitation of the client.

Specialized Populations/Services:

Mostly opiate addicts-can include dual diagnosis; severe medical problems.

Special Remarks:

Students applying for internship must be approved for internship level training

Link to Agency:

www.ebcrp.org

 

2004, 2/2007

 

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County:
Alameda

Name of Organization:
Fruge Psychological Associates, Inc.

Type of Agency:
Private Psychological and Consulting Corporation

Location:
1970 Broadway, Ste 660 , Oakland , CA. 94612

Client Population Served:
Individuals, families, Corporations, Institutions of Learning

Services Provided:
For students/families: Psychotherapy (individual and group), psych testing and risk assessment. Services available for school administrators, teachers' trainings and workshops and consultation/support groups. FPA staff also work with youth and young adults around major life transitions and stressors. 

Contact Person:
FPA Human Resources Department

Telephone:
(510)482-3622 ext 713

Fax:
(510)482-3422

Theoretical Orientation:
Systems, Narrative, Solution Focused, and Cognitive-Behavioral

Specialized Populations/Services:
Educational transitions, racial dynamics, abuse, puberty, poverty, divorce, blended families, relocation, death, acculturation, transitions from foster care to independent living, involvement with the juvenile justice system, trauma, loss anger, depression.

Special Remarks:
Seeking community oriented individuals with mature, stable personalities and the ability to relate to adolescents with diverse backgrounds with warmth and compassion. School calendar is in effect. Position is 15 hours per week. This internship pays a stipend of $2500 for the year and offers supervised hours for field placement and/or MFT licensing.
Days & Times for Ongoing Meetings:
Tuesdays, 10 am-12 pm (didactic seminars)
Wednesdays, 9-11 am (case conferences/staff meetings)
Wednesdays, 11 am-12pm (group supervision

Link to Agency:
www.fpasolutions.com or www.info@fpasolutions.com

2006, updated 2/2007

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County:
Alameda
Name of Organization:
King Middle School
Type of Agency:
School
Location:
1781 Rose Street Berkeley, CA 94703
Client Population Served:
Racially and Economically diverse group of students in grades 6-8 (ages 10-14).
Services Provided:
Individual therapy, group therapy and case management.
Contact Person:
Rosina Keren
Telephone:
(510) 644-8534
E-Mail:
Rosina_Keren@berkeley.k12.ca.us       
Theoretical Orientation:  Strength based integrated approach. Each trainee also brings their personal tx style to share with the group.
Special Remarks:  This site is looking for independent, self motivated, advanced students. There is no specific training supplied and encourage rainees to do what interests them.85% direct client contact 10% supervision and training 5% administrative duties and rcord keeping. Site offers weekly case conferences and group supervision 2 hours a week. Additional individual supervisors are also utilized based on the case load size to meet the BBS requirements. .
Website:
http://www.berkeley.net/index.php?page=martin-luther-king

7/2007

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County:
Name of Organization:
La Cheim BHS- Behavioral Health Services Program
Type of Agency:
Private non-profit mental health agency
Location:
1 Bolivar Dr. Berkeley, CA 94710
Client Population Served:
Adults that suffer from severe emotional disturbances
Services Provided:
Individual and group therapy with severely mentally ill
Contact Person:
Dr. Ernst Vlafer- Adult Behavior Health Services Program
Telephone:
510-222-3946 
E-Mail:
erast@lacheim.org       
Theoretical Orientation: 
Cognitive Behavioral, Harm Reduction some Psychodynamic and Humanistic.
Specialized Populations/Services:
Adults that suffer from severe emotional disturbances. Primarily, BHSserves clients that currently exhibit poor social behavior, which places their placement at risk or prevents them from moving from a higher to a lower level of placement.
Special Remarks: 
More information on Treatment philosophy and Mission Statement.

80% direct client contact 20% supervision and training 10% administrative duties and rcord keeping. Site offers monthly seminars, bi-weekly case conferences and weekly meetings and peer groups.

This is a paid practicum experience. There is also paid opportunities for recent graduates to work with children and their families in the TBS program. Contact Dr. Levinson 510-222-3946 regarding this.

Website:
http://www.lacheim.org/

4/2007, updated 5/2007, 6/2007

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

La Familia Counseling Service: Multicultural Psychotherapy Training and Research Institute

Type of Agency:

Community based, non-profit

Location:

26081 Mocine Ave Hayward, CA 94544

Client Population Served:

Adults, adolescents, children, couples and families from a wide range of ethnic groups. The majority of the patients are Latino and the remainder of the population is an extremely culturally diverse group. Patient diagnosis cover the entire range, from neurotic to psychotic.

Services Provided:

Emphasis on advocacy, education and community mental health to low- and mid-income residents in the Hayward community. Emphasis on providing quality psychotherapeutic training to graduate students attending the local freestanding professional schools and universities.

Contact Person:

Dr. LuAnn Devoss, Director of Clinical Training , Director of Training

Telephone:
(510)881-5921 x110 (Dr. Devoss)

Theoretical Orientation:

Psychodynamic and Structural and Strategic Family Therapy

Specialized Populations/Services:

LFCS provides (and train students in) individual therapy to adults, adolescents and children. They provide couples and family therapy, and also deliver some infant parent bonding/attachment enhancement therapies.

Special Remarks:

Click to see Agency Practicum Profile.

La Familia's "Multicultural Psychotherapy Training and Research Institute", or Outpatient Psychotherapy Clinic.

Link to Agency:

http://cecp.air.org/teams/greenhouses/lafamilia.asp

 

2004, Updated 2/2007

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

La Familia Counseling Service: Children's Day Treatment Program

Type of Agency:

Community based, non-profit

Location:

TBA

Client Population Served:

TBA

Services Provided:

TBA

Contact Person:

Dr. Daniel Kusnir Clinical Director (Children's Day Treatment Program)

Telephone:

TBA

Theoretical Orientation:

TBA

Specialized Populations/Services:

TBA

Special Remarks:

Click to see Agency Practicum Profile.

1. La Familia's Children's Day Treatment Program

Link to Agency:

http://cecp.air.org/teams/greenhouses/lafamilia.asp

 

2004, Updated 2/2007

 

 

County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Lincoln Child Center

Type of Agency:

Treatment center for Behavior disordered and/ or emotinally disturbed childtren. School based Mental Health.

Location:

4368 Lincoln Avenue Oakland, CA 94602

Client Population Served:

Children, adolencents and their families.

Services Provided:

Individual, group and family therapy for children and adolencents. Case management also provided.

Contact Person:

Dr. Lesleigh Franklin

Telephone:

510-531-3111 x640

Theoretical Orientation:

CBT, DBT, Relational and Psychodynamic

Specialized Populations/Services:

At-risk children and their families

Special Remarks:

Link to Agency:

www.lincolncc.org

 

2/2007

 

County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

New Bridge Foundation

Type of Agency:

Private Non-Profit Mental Health Agency (Substance Abuse) and Outpatient Clinic

Location:

1820 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley CA 94705

Client Population Served:

Adults 18 and over who are trying to recover form chemical dependency.

Services Provided:

Therapy as a part of a broad, intensive continuum of comprehensive serves including prevention, education, outpatient, residential and after care.

Contact Person:

Victoria Leff, LCSW

Telephone:

(510)887-0303

Theoretical Orientation:

Cognitive Begavioral primarily. Psychodynamic is also used.

Specialized Populations/Services:

Chemical Dependency

Special Remarks:

Multifaceted Approach to treating addiction. It is designed to increase self-esteem, independence and overall quality of life. The family is included in part of the recovery process.

Training: 1 hr a week of individual supervision and one hour of clinical staff meetings and co-facilitation of groups. Bi-weekly Seminars. Supervision is at preset times.

 

Hours: 16-20 of which 12-16 direct client contact, 2-3 hours supervision and training and 1 hour of administrative duties and record keeping.

Link to Agency:

http://www.new-bridge.org/

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Pacific Center for Human Growth

Type of Agency:

“A premier lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning community services center”

Location:

2712 Telegraph Ave., (at Derby), Berkeley, 94705

Client Population Served:

LGBTQ community and their families and children

Services Provided:

Peer support groups, social activities, Mental Health Counseling Clinic, HIV/AIDS services

Contact Person:

Judith Weatherly, MFT, Clinic Director

Telephone:

(510) 548-8283 ext. 222

Theoretical Orientation:

Primarily grounded in psychodynamic theory, supervisors bring their own special focuses of Object Relations, Self Psychology, Jungian, Relational and/or Feminist perspectives. Grief/loss, crisis intervention.

Specialized Populations/Services:

Latino gay youth, intersex issues, GLBT youth, culturally diverse populations, domestic violence, body image and food

Special Remarks:

This is a newly developed site as of 2006. Please see website for further internship training program details. The intern training program is a 12 month program beginning in August. Interns and trainees are required to be on-site for a minimum of 16 hrs/week for intensive training that is comprised of: 1-1 supervision, group supervision, professional development group, 8-10 client hours (individual, couples or group), clinical didactic training. See website for application form.  

Link to Agency:

www.pacificcenter.org/intern-training/

 

 

2006, 10/2007

 

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County:
Alameda

Name of Organization:
Pathways Home Health and Hospice

Type of Agency:
Private, non-profit health agency Bereavement Program

Location:
7901 Oakport Street, Suite 3500 , Oakland , CA. 94621

Client Population Served:
Individuals and families in the grieving process

Services Provided:
Compassionate end-of-life care for those with a life expectancy of 6 months or less. Provides bereavement support in the form of counseling, grief groups, educational workshops, and memorial events for patients and and their loved ones and friends, as well as those in the community that are grieving but did not receive hospice services. Promoting comfort, personal growth and peace.

Contact Person:
Chris Taich, LCSW

Telephone:
(510) 632-4390 or 408-773-4282

E-mail:
ctaich@pathwayshealth.org

Theoretical Orientation:
Family systems, client-centered, strength based, psychodynamic, narrative, transpersonal

Specialized Populations/Services:
Grieving  populations of all ages and ethnicities

Special Remarks:
This is a newly developed site as of 2006. Pathways' philosophy of training is a responsibility to serve the needs of their client population by helping to equip newly educated clinicians to be client-centered, grounded in one theoretical orientation that they are able to utilize and adapt to respond to address client needs, and guided by professional ethics in an atmosphere of support, exploration and integrity. Mission is to create a pathway for grievers to integrate their loss in a way that allows their heart to remain open to life by supporting individuals and families in healing mind, body and spirit. 

Link to Agency:
www.pathwayshealth.org

2006, 2/2007, 4/2007

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center

Type of Agency:

Chemical Dependence Treatement

Location:

601 Webster Street Oakland, CA 94607

Client Population Served:

Adult Male clients in treatment for drug and alchohol issues.

Services Provided:

Individual and group therapy. Case management, crisis intervention, education, and referrals.

Contact Person:

Priscilla Wetmorse, M.A., Director of Rehabilitation Services

Telephone:

(510)451-4514 x103

E-mail:

priscilla_wetmore@usw.salvationarmy.org

Theoretical Orientation/ Specialized Populations/Services:

Family Systems, CBT, Gestalt, Humanistic, Existentail, Traima Informed and Motivational Interviewing.

Special Remarks:

General expectations of client load and training: 8-10 clients, 3-4 hours supervision and training , and 2 hours administrative duties a week.

Application Deadline: June 30, 2007 for Fall 2007. All others ongoing.

Link to Agency:

http://www1.salvationarmy.org/

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

San Leandro Community Counseling: Davis Street Family Resource Center

Type of Agency:

Elementary school-based child and family internship

Location:

Internship sites with own office space at San Leandro and San Lorenzo elementary schools

Client Population Served:

High risk kindergarten through 5th grade students and their families

Services Provided:

Accessible, culturally competent, broad ranged clinical services to a largely low-income, culturally diverse, urban population

Contact Person:

Rebecca Soffer Health Services Director (ext 138) (updated 12/12/06)

Telephone:

(510)347-4620

Fax:

(510)483-4486

Theoretical Orientation/ Specialized Populations/Services:

Carla Durkin, MFT, Clinical Coordinator of School based Programs (ext 132); Play therapy, relationally-focused small group therapy, family therapy and individual work with parents, teacher consultation

Special Remarks:

16 hrs/week. Students will work two days in schools. Parent contact generally involves some intermittent, late afternoon or evening calls or contacts.

Link to Agency:

http://www.davisstreet.org

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

San Leandro Community Counseling: Davis Street Family Resource Center

Type of Agency:

Adolescent school-based child and family internship: Youth Intervention Program

Location:

Internship sites in own office at San Leandro and San Lorenzo middle and high schools

Client Population Served:

6-12th grade students and their families

Services Provided:

Individual, group and family therapy to a population of adolescents and families who present with a broad range of clinical and system related difficulties.

Contact Person:

Rebecca Soffer Health Services Director (ext 138) (updated 12/12/06) or

Kaye Anderson, LCSW, Clinical Supervisor, Adolescent School based Program (ext 141)

Telephone:

(510)347-4620

Fax:

(510)483-4486

Theoretical Orientation:

Kaye Anderson, LCSW, Clinical Supervisor (ecosystemic, cognitive-behavioral, attachment, family systems and brief therapy)

Specialized Populations/Services:

Public school system and other social services systems

Special Remarks:

16 hrs/week. Students will work two days in schools. Parent contact generally involves some intermittent, late afternoon or evening calls or contacts. Vita, Letter of Intent, 3 Letters of Recommendation required. Application Deadline- Recommend end of March, but may accept after.

Link to Agency:

http://www.davisstreet.org

 

 

2004

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

San Leandro Community Counseling: Davis Street Family Resource Center

Type of Agency:

Outpatient Clinic Program

Location:

3081 Teagarden St., San Leandro, 94577

Client Population Served:

Psychotherapy services provided to people of all ages

Services Provided:

Juvenile probation; medi-cal; temporary aid to needy families; victims of crime. Couples, family and individual therapy to clients of all ages.

Contact Person:

Shauna Fujimoto (Interim)

Telephone:

510-347-4620 x132

E-mail:

Sfujimoto@davisstreet.org

Theoretical Orientation:

Cognitive Behavioral, Family Systems, Psychodynamic/analytic, Integrative

Specialized Populations/Services:

Culturally diverse, low income, primarily urban population

Special Remarks:

Opportunity to conduct psych testing when indicated. Strong commitment to the intern/trainee’s specific learning needs/interests. This placement meets the criteria for high dysfunction and cultural diversity requirement. Strongly encourage applications from interns with additional cultural and language competencies. 16-24 hrs/week.

The team of supervisors have a wide range of experiences and theoretical orientations including psychodynamic, cognitive and behavioral, family systems, and relational perspectives with a focus on community based mental health. Objectives include acquisition of skills that will include assessment and diagnosis; treatment planning; translating theory into practice; recognition and evaluation of risk issues and planning for client’s safety; ethical and legal considerations; psychotherapeutic skills; and self-awareness skills. The tools employed include weekly individual and group supervision using expertise of the MFT, LCSW, and Psy.D. supervisors. The methods used will consist of formal and informal case presentations, audiotaping, use of a one-way mirror, and individual and/or group feedback. Evaluations are conducted twice in the school year in addition to the regular verbal and/or written feedback by the supervisor.

Link to Agency:

http://www.davisstreet.org

 

2004 updated 1/2007

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Seneca Center: Los Reyes (San Leandro Residential)

Type of Agency:

Resedential Treatment Center for Behavior Disordered and Emotionally Disturbed Children

Location:

15942 Foothill Blvd. San Leandro, CA 94578

Client Population Served:

Individual, Group and Family Therapy for children and adolescents.

Services Provided:

Therapy, Case Management, and Art Therapy

Contact Person:

Megan McQuaid, Assistant Director of Training

Telephone:

510-317-1446 x258

E-mail:

megan_mcquaid@senecacenter.org

Theoretical Orientation:

Attachment, Behavioral and Learning Theories. Some programs also use Multisystemic Therapy, Functional Family Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Training.

Specialized Populations/Services:

See information on Los Reyes, Seneca Center's Residential Assessment House.

Special Remarks:

Please note that the only program approved for Practicum Students is the Los Reyes site. Seneca Center prefers students who have had exposure to clinical populations and work with clients. Follow link for more information about the program and policies.

Link to Agency:

http://www.senecacenter.org/home.cfm

 

Added 5/2007

 

County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Sutter VNA and Hospice and Berevement Program

Type of Agency:

Private non-profit health agency

Location:

1900 Powell Street, Ste., 300, Emeryville, CA. 94608

Client Population Served:

Hospice, grief and loss: If the patient has a limited life expectancy and agrees to the hospice concept of care, he or she is eligible to receive hospice services. Emphasize cultural sensitivity and openness to each person’s lifestyle and spiritual beliefs.

Services Provided:

Bereavement support and counseling for families and the community at large. Focus on the entire family. In home, family, group, telephone and individual counseling provided.

Contact Person:

Gail Bigelow, LCSW

Telephone:

(510) 450-8769

Theoretical Orientation:

The Bereavement Program draws on the work of those who have done extensive research with grieving clients, such as J. William Worden, and follows his 4 tasks of grieving (see Grief Counseling and Grief Therapy).  Supervisors also use existential, cognitive behavioral and attachment theory.

Special Remarks:

Trainees usually average 7 clinical hours per week. 1 hour/week of individual supervision, 2 hours/every other week group supervision I a group of no more than 8 people. 7 hours/week of clinical hours; 4 supervision/training week; 9 administrative duties and record keeping including travel time for home visits. Opportunity for trainees to tape clinical sessions.

Application Process- Cover letter, vitae and 3 letters of recommendations.

Link to Agency:

http://www.suttervna.org/

 

 

2006, Updated 1/2007

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Tri-Valley Haven

Type of Agency:

Private non-profit mental health agency

Location:

3663 Pacific Ave., Livermore, CA. 94550,

***Mailing address: PO Box 2190, Livermore, CA. 94551***

Client Population Served:

Tri-Valley Haven serves a diverse client population including supporting 2 shelters (homeless and DV).

Services Provided:

Rape crisis; DV shelter for women and children who are victims of DV; parenting classes and support services; individual counseling for survivors of dv or sexual assault and their families; food pantry; homeless services.

Contact Person:

Mary Stein, MFT, Clinical Supervisor

Telephone:

(925) 449-5845

Theoretical Orientation:

Cognitive behavioral, family systems, feminist theory

Special Remarks:

1 hr/week of individual supervision; 2 hrs/week of group supervision; generally trainees carry 10 hrs/week of direct client contact;3 hrs/week supervision and training; 3 hrs/week of admin duties. Trainees will participate in clinical case meetings and interact with other related programs within Tri-Valley Haven as well as within the community.

Link to Agency:

www.trivalleyhaven.org

 

2006

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Valley Memorial Hospital-Legends Unit-Bonita House Now Bonita House Inc.- Berkeley Creative Living Center (see above)

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Xanthos Inc., Alameda Family Services- Now Alameda Family Services (see above)

 

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County:

Alameda

Name of Organization:

Youth Uprising/ Castlemont Health Center- Childrens Hostpital and Research Center @ Oakland

Type of Agency:

Comprehensive Satellite School-linked HealthCenter (Outpatient Clinic)

Location:

747 52nd Street Oakland, CA 94609

Client Population Served:

Youth and their family. The majority of the population served is African American and Latino.

Services Provided:

Individual, Group and Family Therapy. Case Management, Intake and Assessment.

Contact Person:

Dr. Su Y. Park, Clinical Coordinator at Oakland- Dept. of Psychiatry

Telephone:

(510)-428-3775

E-mail:

spark@mail.cho.org

Theoretical Orientation:

Family Systems, Cognitive and Psychodynamic. Art Therapy is also used.

Special Remarks:

Ttrainee will have the benefit of working with one of the top pediatric hospitals in the county, as well as a program that has been considered a national model for school based health care. They are seeking a trainee who has a desire to work with a culturally diverse population of youth and their families. The placement requires a commitment and dedication to the community at large and a passion for working with inner city youth. Click on Brochure for more information.

Training: Individualized training, stretching the comfort zones and skill level of the trainee. 15% of time will be in training and supervision.

Application: Take trainees in the Fall, Spring and Summer terms.

Link to Agency:
www.childrenshospitaloakland.org

 

7/2007, updated 8/22/07