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SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY SITES

Site
Phone
Contact
Website
Last Updated

Asian Perinatal Advocates

(415) 616-9797 Joicy Mean http://www.apasfgh.org/
10/2006

Chinatown Child Development Center

(415)392-4453

Wei Lew, PhD, Director of Training

 

2006

Edgewood Center for Children and Families

(415) 682-3130 Pamela Parkinson, PhD, LCSW, Director of Training http://www.edgewoodcenter.org/  

Family Service Agency

See website for specific program phone number Program dependent, see website for specific program directors http://www.fsasf.org/

Francisco Middle School/Francisco Connection

(415) 751-3267 Audrey Dunn, LCSW, Clinical Supervisor under construction 2/2007
Haight Ashbury Psychological Services (415)221-4211 x1 Lisa Frankfort, Ph.d and MFT www.hapsclinic.org 3/2007

Jail Psychiatric Services

(415) 487-5601 Jo Robinson, MFT, Director http://www.hafci.org/  
New Leaf Substance Abuse Services

Clinical Internships (415) 626-7000 ext. 413

(415) 626-7000 ext. 262 for substance abuse services

Intake office (415) 626-7000 ext. 220

Michelanne Baker, PsyD, Clinical Internships

Steve Harlow, MFT, Men’s Substance Abuse Services

Marlene Ritchie, PhD, Director of Womens Substance Abuse Services

http://www.newleafservices.org/ 2/2007

New Perspectives Center for Counseling

(415) 752-5275 Kate Northcott, MFT, Clinical Director www.sfnewperspectives.org
2006

OMI Family Resource Center

(415) 452-2211 Selene Mitlyng, PhD, Director of Training and Chief Psychologist http://www.geocities.com/omifrc@sbcglobal.net/OMIFRC.html
Pacific Institute (415)-861-3455 Deidre Estet, MFT www.pacificinstitute.org/internship.html 3/2007

UCSF AIDS Health Project

(415) 476-3890   http://www.ucsf-ahp.org/

Walden House

(415)554-1450

General Information (415) 554-1100
Lisa Zaslove, PhD http://www.waldenhouse.org/ 5/2007

SF Unified School District

(415) 241-6211 Janet Frost, LCSW, Internship Coordinator   3/2007

 

 

County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

Asian Perinatal Advocates

Type of Agency:

Non-profit Social Service agency with small Mental Health component to serve Asian Pacific Islander immigrants

Location:

730 Commercial Street, San Francisco, 94108

Client Population Served:

Target populations are the Asian and Asian Pacific Islanders (API: Chineses, Cambodian, Laotian, Vietnamese, Samoan, Filipino, Korean and Japanese) families with children ages 0-14. Priority for services is reserved for families who are low income, monolingual, new immigrants, and those at risk of abuse or neglect of children.

Services Provided:

Bilingual counseling, school based mental health services, family therapy, parenting classes, immigration issues, child therapy

Contact Person:

Joicy Mean

Telephone:

(415) 616-9797

Theoretical Orientation:

Integrative, Client Centered, CBT and psychodynamic, Existential, Family systems; APA is a family support center with a model of strength based practice.

Specialized Populations/Services:

Focus on serving Asian and Asian Pacific Islanders; families with young children who are monolingual and who are newly arrived to the USA; elders raising their grandchildren, crisis line for Asian and API callers.

Special Remarks:

Students should be bilingual in at least one Asian language to better assess and deliver services to the families served by APA; students will have the opportunity to observe professional staff in the direct service setting, including Intake assessment, support groups, child group therapy and parenting classes. Site offers 1 hr/week of individual supervision; 2 hrs/week of group supervision and students may access the Clinical Director as needed on a daily basis. Trainees will work a minimum of 16 hrs/week, and will have the opportunity to follow cases, and perform clinical assessments.

Link to Agency:

http://www.apasfgh.org/

 

10.06

 

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

Chinatown Child Development Center

Type of Agency:

Community Mental Health Center

Location:

720 Sacramento St., SF 94108

Client Population Served:

Children from infancy to 18 years of age

Services Provided:

Quality outpatient services to low income families; individual, family and group therapy

Contact Person:

Wei Lew, PhD, Director of Training

Telephone:

(415)392-4453

Fax:

(415)433-0953

Theoretical Orientation:

Psychodynamic and Cognitive-Behavioral

Specialized Populations/Services:

Chinese, Vietnamese, Cambodian and African American children and youth. Special education and learning disabled children.

Special Remarks:

Must have experience working with children and youth. Opportunity to work with Asian clients and learn how culture impacts on the process and relationship in therapy.

Link to Agency:

Do not have a website

 

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

Edgewood Center for Children and Families

Type of Agency:

Private, non-profit, multi-disciplinary agency

Location:

1801 Vicente St., SF 94116 (send applications here)

Four campuses: 2 in SF and 2 in San Mateo County

Client Population Served:

Diverse population of youth, families and caregivers. Several school-based programs.

Services Provided:

Mental health, education, prevention, health and social services offered within community-based, outpatient, residential and NPS (non-public school settings)

Contact Person:

Pamela Parkinson, PhD, LCSW, Director of Training

Telephone:

(415) 682-3130

Email:

pamelap@edgewoodcenter.org

Theoretical Orientation:

Program dependent

Specialized Populations/Services:

Probation; elderly and school-based programs. Comprehensive services

Special Remarks:

Mileage reimbursement applicable where appropriate. September through August with three weeks off. Paid trainees available for more experienced interns. Must be available for evening hours a few days/week. Very comprehensive website: Go there to download traineeship fact sheet, application package as well as program descriptions.

Link to Agency:

http://www.edgewoodcenter.org/

 

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

Episcopal Community Services

No longer taking students for the 2007-2008 year

 

2006, updated 2/2007, 3/2007

 

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

Family Service Agency

Type of Agency:

Nonsectarian, nonprofit agency

Location:

14 sites located throughout SF

Client Population Served:

Children, youth and families, adults and seniors

Services Provided:

30 programs offered in 11 languages, including family violence prevention, teen pregnancy prevention, family service counseling and teen life skills

Contact Person:

Program dependent, see website for specific program directors

Telephone:

See website for specific program phone number

Theoretical Orientation:

Cognitive-Behavioral, crisis intervention, family systems

Specialized Populations/Services:

Multicultural; senior citizens

Special Remarks:

Website is comprehensive with phone numbers for each program and their locations. This internship was rated “fair” by a 2003-04 trainee.

Link to Agency:

http://www.fsasf.org/

 

 

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

Francisco Middle School/Francisco Connection

Type of Agency:

School-based mental health and community services. NON-PROFIT agency housed on Francisco Middle School site (public school)(not part of the SFUSD)

Location:

North Beach area of San Francisco- serve primarily the Chinatown and Tenderloin areas of SF, but are located on the border of North Beach and Fisherman's Wharf areas of SF.

Client Population Served:

11-14 year olds residing primarily in the Chinatown and Tenderloin areas of San Francisco

Services Provided:

Individual, family and group therapy, crisis/conflict counseling

Contact Person:

Audrey Dunn, LCSW, Clinical Supervisor

Telephone:

(415) 751-3267

E-mail
audrey.dunn@comcast.net

Theoretical Orientation:

Psychodynamic, Cognitive-Behavioral, Systems

Specialized Populations/Services:

Multicultural

Special Remarks:

Second year interns: dual track MFT/School counseling-20 hrs/week. MFT or MSW track only- 16 hrs/week. First year interns – 16 hrs/week regardless of track. All interns will be assigned 1 case management case.

Application Deadlines :  none

Application Requirements :  resume only.  (reference to be called following interview as requested)Resumes can be faxed to:  415 956-1238, addressed to Audrey Dunn

Training :  1 hour weekly individual supervision, 1.5 hours weekly group supervision, speaker presentations, Formal Case Presentations by interns with experiences Discussants, bi-weekly case conference, bi-weekly intake meetings.Extensive training on the meaning and structure of school-based mental health services

Orientation:  first 3 weeks of internship, beginning in Mid-August.

Intern commitment :  Mid-August through first week in June.    Interns follow the SFUSD calendar year including holidays.  Additional days off negotiable.

Required Days & Times :  Wednesdays, 8:00-1:00
Otherwise, interns able to make own schedules based upon seeing students during the school day, 9:00-3:30, Monday-Friday

Link to Agency:

Website under construction

2004, 2/2007

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

Haight Ashbury Psychological Services

Type of Agency:

Outpatient Clinic

Location:

2166 Hayes Street #308 San Francisco, CA 94117

Client Population Served:

Primarily adults and couples

Services Provided:

HAPS offers a range of services and training experiences including individual, couple, and group psychotherapy, both brief and long term, for a variety of presenting problems.

Contact Person:

Dr. Lisa Frankfort

Telephone:

(415) 665-2230

E-Mail:

lfrankf765@aol.com

Theoretical Orientation:

Varied depending on supervisor

Specialized Populations/Services:

varied

Special Remarks:

See website for site specific application, training and supervision information: http://www.hapsclinic.org/internship.htm

Link to Agency:

http://www.hapsclinic.org

3/2007

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

Jail Psychiatric Services

Type of Agency:

Part of the Haight Ashbury Free Clinic Services

Location:

984 Folsom St., SF 94107, Second floor

Client Population Served:

Inmates in any of SF’s six jails

Services Provided:

Individual and group psychiatric counseling, jail aftercare services

Contact Person:

Jo Robinson, MFT, Director

Telephone:

(415) 487-5601

Fax:

(415) 243-0207

Theoretical Orientation:

Solution focused, brief therapy as well as long term therapy models, crisis management

Specialized Populations/Services:

Incarcerated mentally ill adults. Evaluation and assessment services, referral for hospitalization, day treatment, and street based case management program to help the homeless mentally ill.

Special Remarks:

Practicum students carry caseloads of 10 individuals incarcerated in SF County jail. One hour individual and 2 hours group supervision provided. Staff meetings, didactic trainings, professional development and other community based trainings offered.

Link to Agency:

http://www.hafci.org/

 

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

New Leaf Substance Abuse Services

Type of Agency:

A multi-service agency for lesbian, gay, queer, bisexual and transgender persons of all ages, and their families

Location:

1853 Market St., SF 94103

Client Population Served:

Lesbian, gay, queer, bisexual and transgender persons and their families

Services Provided:

Professional mental health, substance abuse and social support services

Contact Person:

Michelanne Baker, PsyD, Clinical Internships (415) 626-7000 ext.413
Steve Harlow, MFT, Men's Substance Abuse Services

Marlene Ritchie, PhD, Director of Women’s Substance Abuse Services

Telephone:

(415) 626-7000 ext. 262 for substance abuse services

Intake office (415) 626-7000 ext. 220

Fax:

(415) 626-5916

Theoretical Orientation:

Client-centered, and psychodynamic in-depth individual, group, family and couples psychotherapy

Specialized Populations/Services:

Substance abuse services, mental health services, HIV/AIDS services, outreach to elders, children, youth and families, and psychiatry/medication services

Special Remarks:

Training from Sept.to July 31st. Scheduling is 16-20 hrs/week.

Link to Agency:

http://www.newleafservices.org/

 

updated 2/2007

 

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

New Perspectives Center for Counseling

Type of Agency:

Private non-profit mental health agency

Location:

5026 Geary at 14th Avenue

Client Population Served:

Adults, children, couples and families. The diversity of clients seen at NPCC is representative of the kinds of clients that clinicians will encounter in private practice; full range of emotional, relationship, characterlogical, and substance abuse issues. 

Services Provided:

Individual, couples and family and group therapy. Sliding scale fees offered to clients.

Contact Person:

Kate Northcott, MFT, Clinical Director

Telephone:

(415) 752-5275

Theoretical Orientation:

NPCC offers a mindfulness-based, transpersonal psychotherapy approach which seeks to integrate the best of psychodynamic, family systems, cognitive-behavioral and behavioral models with transpersonal and mindfulness approaches.

Specialized Populations/Services:

Staff includes therapists trained in CBT, psychodynamic approaches, Expressive Arts Therapies, EMDR and DBT Psychotherapy and Skills Training. Staff also represents a diverse range of ages, orientations, cultures and approaches. NPCC therapists are LGBT friendly.

Special Remarks:

This site is newly approved as of fall 2006. Two year commitment required. This is not a first year placement; they are seeking seasoned interns who have previous experience with individuals, couples, families and groups; at least 9 months previous clinical supervised clinical field experience. Will consider extensive collateral experience in the mental health field as a possible replacement for this requirement. This site offers January start times. Time commitment of 17-20 hours/week for the first year; second year you become and Associate Intern and have a 15 hr/week commitment. Must be available for evening and possibly weekend work. Associate interns are paid a salary based on client fees and supervision costs. Fees: $125 per month during the first 12 months of training. New interns usually get to the expected client load of 8 clients within the first six weeks of training. Agency strongly recommends that interns be in therapy during the course of their internship.  

Link to Agency:

www.sfnewperspectives.org

 

2006

 

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

OMI Family Resource Center

Type of Agency:

One of four Integrated Service Centers in the Adult Community Section of SFDOH

Location:

1760 Ocean Ave., SF 94112

Client Population Served:

Services are provided to residents of SF, with an African-American focus

Services Provided:

Psychodiagnostic assessment, individual/group/family therapy and case management

Contact Person:

Selene Mitlyng, PhD, Director of Training and Chief Psychologist

Telephone:

(415) 452-2211

Fax:

(415) 334-5712

Theoretical Orientation:

Psychodynamic, Cognitive-Behavioral, Family Systems, Humanistic and Brief

Specialized Populations/Services:

Multicultural adults and children

Special Remarks:

The site accepts practicum students, so please apply. Substance abuse experience, child development and group course is recommended.

Link to Agency:

http://www.omifrc.org/

 

 

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

Progress Foundation has been removed as of 3/5/07 due to reports of not being able to provide enough supervision.

 

County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

Pacific Institute

Type of Agency:

Resedential Treatment and Clinic for the Elderly

Location:

611 Laguna Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

Client Population Served:
Elderly Population

Services Provided:

The Institute's Gerontological Wellness Program is a comprehensive care program emphasizing the emotional, mental, and spiritual dimensions of aging. Licensed mental health professionals, interns, trainees, and volunteers work in concert with residential care facilities in San Francisco and the Bay Area to provide psycho-social-spiritual care to residents within the facilities. In our innovative work with the elderly, we emphasize the aging process as a challenging and rewarding period.

Contact Person:

See website for application and contact people according to the program you are interested in and applying for

Telephone:

(415) 861-3455

Fax:

(415)651-8671

E-mail:

info@pacificinstitute.org

Theoretical Orientation:

Phenomenological/ Existential

Specialized Populations/Services:

Elderly

Special Remarks:

See website for comprehensive program details and applications.

Link to Agency:

http://www.pacificinstitute.org/internship.html

 

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

UCSF AIDS Health Project

Type of Agency:

HIV-related, non-profit mental health agency

Location:

Clients access services on Market Street in SF; Administrative offices are located within UCSF’s Mission Center building.

Client Population Served:

People living with HIV and their caregivers; people at risk for contracting HIV

Services Provided:

Education, testing, crisis services, HIV related substance abuse services

Contact Person:

See website for application and contact people according to the program you are interested in and applying for

Telephone:

(415) 476-3890

Fax:

(415) 476-3613

Theoretical Orientation:

Brief therapy among others

Specialized Populations/Services:

HIV positive people of all ages as well as targeted populations for HIV prevention

Special Remarks:

See website for comprehensive program details and applications

Link to Agency:

http://www.ucsf-ahp.org/

 

 

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

Walden House

Type of Agency:

Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse Services for the community

Location:

815 Buena Vista West, SF 94117

Client Population Served:

Culturally diverse; ex-convicts, homeless as well as private pay clients

Services Provided:

Numerous programs, including substance abuse prevention and education, day treatment programs as well as residential programs, services for women incarcerated in SF County jail…see website for full description of these and other programs. Trainess are only eligible to work in the outpatient adult program http://www.waldenhouse.org/services/mentalhealth_out.html The adolescent residential program will be shutting down as of June 30, 2007. Internships available in school based programs (practicum trainees are not eligible).

Contact Person:

Lisa Zaslove, PhD

Telephone:

Dr. Zaslove, (415)554-1450

General Information (415) 554-1100

Theoretical Orientation:

Based on the therapeutic community model of treatment

Special Remarks:

Each of the services offered by Walden House works to heal the client in a comprehensive, holistic way by emphasizing self-help and peer support in a highly structured, humanistic environment

Link to Agency:

http://www.waldenhouse.org/

 

 

2004, updated 5/2007

 

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County:

San Francisco

Name of Organization:

SF Unified School District

Type of Agency:

School based community agency

Location:

K-12 schools throughout SF County

Client Population Served:

School aged children and their families

Services Provided:

SIC (Student Intervention Team) provides learning support, foster youth services, dropout prevention, mental health assessment for special education students.

Contact Person:

Janet Frost, LCSW, Internship Coordinator

E-mail Address:

Jfrost1949@sbcglobal.net

Telephone:

(415) 241-6211

Theoretical Orientation:

Numerous and varied

Specialized Populations/Services:

Multicultural and multiethnic populations, youth on probation and in the foster care system, low income families, tutoring and enrichment, special education students (mental health assessments). See brochure which is also in the site folder in database files on Argosy campus.

Special Remarks:

Some programs offer stipends. Bilingual/ bicultural interns encouraged to apply.

More information is provided on links below.

1. Informational Interviews for 2007

2. Brochure which outlines programs.

Link to Agency:

See above email for Janet Frost, LCSW

2004, updated 3/2007

 

 

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