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Bay Area Community Resources, Program: New Perspectives

Keith Burrell (510) 559-3013

Beth Hossfeld (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

Community Institute for Psychotherapy

(415) 459-5999 x100   Robin Joy Berenson, PhD, MFT

http://www.counselingcip.org/

1/2007
Family Services Agency of Marin (415) 491-5750   Dianne Suffridge, PhD Director of Training

www.fsamarin.org

1/2007
FamilyWorks (formerly known as A.P.P.L.E FamilyWorks) (415) 492-0720     Lenore Cantrell, MFT, LCSW, Dir. of Clinical Training http://www.familyworks.org/ 1/2007

Full Circle Programs Community Counseling Services

(415) 499-1143   Walter S. Lee, EdD, Dir. of Community Services http://www.fullcircleprograms.org/ 2004

Marin Community Mental Health

(415)-499-3255   Carol Kerr, PhD  

http://www.co.marin.ca.us/depts/HH/main/mh/intern_faq.cfm

1/2007

Marin Community Mental Health Center (west team)

(415) 473-3800   Susan Dubin-McNeil, EdD, Dir. of Training www.co.marin.ca.us/depts/HH/main/mh/index 2004
Novato Youth Center (415) 892-1643 x226 680 Wilson Ave. Novato, CA 94947 Maria Rosa Kaufman www.novatoyouthcenter.org 7/2007
Ohlhoff Recovery Programs (415) 221-3354 x37   Herbeth Rivera www.ohlhoff.org 10/2007

Phoenix Academy

(415) 491-0218   Gayle Paul, Chief Supervisor

http://mcoeweb.marin.k12.ca.us/ 2004

 

 

 

 

County:

Marin

Name of Organization:

Bay Area Community Resources, Program: New Perspectives

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/

 

 

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County:

Marin

Name of Organization:

Community Institute for Psychotherapy

Type of Agency:

Non-profit corporation

Location:

1330 Lincoln Ave., San Rafael, Suite 201, 94901

Client Population Served:

Low income adults, children, families and couples with a wide range of diagnoses and presenting problems

Services Provided:

Low cost counseling and psychological services to individuals and families

Contact Person:

Robin Joy Berenson, PhD, MFT

Telephone:

(415) 459-5999 x 100

Email:

rjberensoncip@aol.com

Theoretical Orientation:

Psychodynamic; object relations, interpersonal, developmental, self=psychology, Jungian, control mastery, Mastersonian, and family systems.

Specialized Populations/Services:

Half-time positions. Provides intensive training with an emphasis on long-term psychoanalytically-informed psychotherapy with a diversity of out patient clients. Training includes psychological testing with feedback given to client, rotations in psych emergency services at Marin General Hospital, and selected additional emphasis in group, child, eating disorders and DV treatment; selected community outreach projects, and on-going seminars and clinical issues training. Couples therapy also included.

Special Remarks:

2 year commitment. See link for specific practicum application and training information at http://www.counselingcip.org/media/InternPracticumFlyer.pdf

Link to Agency:

http://www.counselingcip.org/

 

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County:

Marin

Name of Organization:

Family Service Agency of Marin

Type of Agency:

Community Based Mental Health Clinic

Location:

555 Northgate Drive San Rafael, CA 94903

Client Population Served:

Children, Families and Adults of all ages.

Services Provided:

A comprehensive continuum of community-based mental health and relatied services. Site has several tracks including child and family focused therapy and case management, adult therpay, child abuse prevention and treatment programs, alcohol and drug abuse treatment, parent eduation and crises prevention and intervention.

Contact Person:

Dianne Suffridge, PhD Director of Training

Telephone:

(415)491-5700

Email:

dsuffridge@fsamarin.org

Theoretical Orientation:

Psychodynamic

Specialized Populations/Services:

Child, Adult & Family Counseling
North Marin Counseling: Family/Child and School-based Services
Substance Abuse Recovery Program
Childhood Trauma Program
Pregnancy and Early Parenting Center
Suicide Prevention Crisis Services Traineeship Program

Special Remarks:
As a member of the FSA clinical team, you will participate fully in providing services to Marin's children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families.

Iindividual and/or group supervision that meets B.B.S. regulations, and in-service seminars are provided to you. In addition, adult and child/adolescent psychiatric consultations are offered on a weekly basis. With meetings and a caseload of 5-10 clients by early Spring, interns and trainees should be prepared to work 15-20 hours a week at the agency.

All FSA internship and trainee programs officially begin in September. When you send your resume please list, in order of preference, the FSA programs in which you have an interest.

Link to Agency:

www.fsamarin.org

 

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County:

Marin

Name of Organization:

FamilyWorks (formerly known as A.P.P.L.E FamilyWorks)

Type of Agency:

Non-profit corporation

Location:

4 Joseph Ct., San Rafael, 94903

Client Population Served:

low to medium-income families; counseling for individuals, families, couples, kids; family reunification services; pre-school placement

Services Provided:

Low cost counseling and psychological services to individuals and families; parenting education; family temperament profile/consultation; moms and babies group; life transitions; anger and stress

Contact Person:

Lenore Cantrell, MFT, LCSW, Dir. of Clinical Training

Telephone:

(415) 492-0720

E-mail:

counseling@familyworks.org

Theoretical Orientation:

Sand tray, play and expressive art therapy available; family, brief or long term therapy

Special Remarks:

Students have rated their experiences here as ‘good'.

Application Requirements:
Rolling enrollment for Practicum students, send resumes to Lenore Cantrell's attention at the above noted address.

Link to Agency:

http://www.familyworks.org/

 

 

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County:

Marin

Name of Organization:

Full Circle Programs Community Counseling Services

Type of Agency:

Community counseling agency offering a wide range of services

Location:

70 Skyview Terrace, San Rafael 94903

Client Population Served:

Client population represents almost a full spectrum of demographic and diagnostic diversity

Services Provided:

Residential program for SED youth, student support program (mental health services on 6 school campuses), community counseling services (full spectrum outpatient clinic), family preservation clinic (in-home program).

Contact Person:

Walter S. Lee, EdD, Dir. of Community Services

Telephone:

(415) 499-1143

Email:

wsleefullcircle@aol.com

Theoretical Orientation:

Cognitive/behavioral

Specialized Populations/Services:

“At Full Circle, we have a clear purpose – to help children and their families overcome and prevent serious and complex problems”.

Special Remarks:

CAPIC site, so please follow application guidelines set forth by CAPIC. 3 letters of reference, CV, letter of intent, deadline March 1.

Link to Agency:

http://www.fullcircleprograms.org/

 

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County:

Marin

Name of Organization:

Marin Community Mental Health

Type of Agency:

Community mental health falling under the auspices of the Dept. of Health and Human Services

Location:

PO Box 2728, San Rafael 94912

Client Population Served:

Seriously mentally ill adults and older adults; children and families with severe emotional disturbance

Services Provided:

CMHS has 6 different placements: Forensic Mental Health/S.T.A.R (Supported Treatment After Release) , Older Adult and Senior Peer Counseling Program , Assertive Case Management/HAVEN (Housing, Advocacy, Vocational, Empowerment, and Networking) , Urgent Care/ Medication Clinic , CalWORKS (Services to families with minor children) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.

Contact Person:

Carol Kerr, PhD.

Telephone:

415-499-3255

Email:

ckerr@co.marin.ca.us

Theoretical Orientation:

Varied: family systems, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, narrative, and integrated models.

Specialized Populations/Services:

Emphasis on adults with acute or severe mental illness. School referrals of children and families with multiple mental health needs.

Special Remarks:

Site only takes advanced practicum students who have some experience with our population already, given the acuity of our cases. Please submit a c.v., 2 letters of recommendation and a letter describing your training goals and interest. Stipend of $2000 available for candidates who provide services in Spanish or Vietnamese.

See attached outline of positions. Site does not take students for less than 20 hours/week.

Applications close February 7 for the 2007-2008 year!
Dates for the practicum:

Sept 1- June 30

Link to Agency:

http://www.co.marin.ca.us/depts/HH/main/mh/intern_faq.cfm - note this link is specifically for doctoral level interns but will give you a flavor of the site. For specific information click here for the Practicum Handout provided by Dr. Kerr.

 

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County:

Marin

Name of Organization:

Marin Community Mental Health – West Team

Type of Agency:

Community Mental Health Center located in semi-rural western Marin County

Location:

100 6th St., PO Box 331 Pt. Reyes Station, 94956

Client Population Served:

Wide range of socioeconomic status and ethnicity. Families and individuals and children with many problems, including alcohol, drugs, character disorders and trauma.

Services Provided:

Intern delivered services include traditional outpatient center long and short term psychotherapy to individuals, couples, families and children. Services provided at local elementary and high schools.

Contact Person:

Susan Dubin-McNeil, EdD, Dir. of Training

Telephone:

(415) 473-3800

Theoretical Orientation:

Psychodynamic and family systems

Specialized Populations/Services:

On site multidisciplinary setting where interns have the opportunity to work with adult and child protective services, drug and alcohol counselors, public health nursing, public health social worker and a Spanish speaking outreach team as well as an onsite psychiatrist.

Special Remarks:

CAPIC application deadline March 1. Send letter of interest, CAPIC application, CV and 3 letters of recommendation. Phone conversations are welcomed by Training Director. This site does take practicum level students who have sufficient experience.  Bilingual students encouraged to apply and can receive a stipend. Half-time position. Required times are Tuesday 9-3 and agency asks for at least 20 hours per week spread over three days.

Link to Agency:

www.co.marin.ca.us/depts/HH/main/mh/index

 

 

 

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County:

Marin

Name of Organization:

Ohlhoff Recovery Programs

Type of Agency:

Chemical Dependency Treatment and Outpatient Clinic

Location:

910-912 Irwin Street, San Rafael CA 94901

Client Population Served:

Adults, Children, Adolescents, Family and Couples

Services Provided:

Individual, group, family and couples therapy for recovering addicts and their families.

Contact Person:

Herberth Rivera

Telephone:

(415) 221-3354 x37

Theoretical Orientation:

12 step, cognitive-behavioral and motivational interviewing.

Specialized Populations/Services:

Ohlhoff Recovery Programs help clients recover from addictions. They offer a strong, structured model of accountability and support which empowers clients and their families to take control of their lives. Based on the belief that addiction cannot be cured in isolation, they combine the critical components of recovery into a unique, success-oriented approach:

Special Remarks:

Training: 25% supervision and training including monthly Seminars and Workshops, weekly meetings and peer groups, and

Client Load: 60% of time is spend with direct client contact.

Application: Students can start training any month in the year.

Link to Agency:

www.ohlhoff.org

 

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County:

Marin

Name of Organization:

Novato Youth Center

Type of Agency:

Private non-profit mental health program

Location:

680 Wilson Ave. Novato, CA 94947

Client Population Served:

Children, adolescents, and adults/couples/families from diverse multicultural and economic backgrounds.

Services Provided:

Individual, group, family and couples counseling.

Contact Person:

Maria Rosa Kaufman

Telephone:

(415) 892-1643 x226

Theoretical Orientation:

Eclectic orientation utilizing psychodynamic, structural family, play therapy, somatics, CBT and PCIT.

Specialized Populations/Services:

PCIT program offers a one way mirror for observation and coaching of PCIT techniques.

Special Remarks:

15-20 hours a week. Looking for a trainess that had experience working with kids and families. Bilingual counselors always needed.

Training: 30% supervision and training including weekly workshops, case conferences, staff meetings and peer groups.

Client Load: 60% of time is spend with direct client contact.

Application: Deadline in spring however, there are occasional openings at other times of year. Trainee Agreement requried.

Link to Agency: www.novatoyouthcenter.org

 

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County:

Marin

Name of Organization:

Phoenix Academy

Type of Agency:

Day treatment program at Marin’s first Charter school

Location:

160 B North San Pedro Rd. San Rafael, CA. 94903

Client Population Served:

Adolescents who have abused alcohol and/or other drugs, their families and the community

Services Provided:

Alternative educational services to students with, or who are at risk for, chemical dependency problems. The program addresses academic achievement, appropriate behavior in an academic setting, commitment to recovery, continued sobriety, relapse intervention, family intervention and vocational education.  The program offers intensive therapeutic services to help youngsters in recovery from chemical dependency.

Contact Person:

Gayle Paul, Chief Supervisor

Telephone:

(415) 491-0218

Theoretical Orientation:

Psychodynamic and Systems

Specialized Populations/Services:

Adolescents in recovery from chemical dependency

Special Remarks:

Students have received good training and supervision at this site. Runs for the school year. Part of Bay Area Community Resources.

Link to Agency:

http://mcoeweb.marin.k12.ca.us/

 

 

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