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SAN MATEO COUNTY SITES

Site
Phone
Contact
Website
Last Updated
North Peninsula Family Alternatives (650) 877-8642
Emmaline Matthews, MFC, Clinical Director
www.ymcasf.org/Peninsula/community.html
2004
San Mateo Human Services Agency (661) 868-6750 Janell Thompson, Multidisciplinary Internship Program www.smchsa.org/smc/department/hsa/home 2004
Youth and Family Enrichment Services (650) 591-9623 Ramsey Khasho, PsyD., Dir. of Clinical Training and Services www.yfes.org 2004

 

County:

San Mateo

Name of Organization:

North Peninsula Family Alternatives

Type of Agency:

Part of SF YMCA programs

Location:

1486 Huntington Ave. , S. San Francisco

Client Population Served:

Families, teens and individuals

Services Provided:

Family, individual counseling, school based group and individual counseling, violence and teen pregnancy prevention programs.

Contact Person:

Emmaline Matthews, MFC, Clinical Director

Telephone:

(650) 877-8642

Theoretical Orientation:

Systems, cognitive, eclectic

Specialized Populations/Services:

Teens and their families

Special Remarks:

Site offers individual and group supervision. You will attend staff meetings and training seminars. There are opportunities to work on site with schools, services offered to individuals, couples and families. Approximately 3 hours per week of administrative and paperwork duties.

Link to Agency:

www.ymcasf.org/Peninsula/community.html

 

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County:

San Mateo

Name of Organization:

San Mateo Human Services Agency

Type of Agency:

Community Services Agency

Location:

400 Harbor Blvd., Bldg. C, Belmont, CA.  94002

Client Population Served:

Adolescents, children and families and individuals

Services Provided:

Primary programs for MFT Trainees:

**Family Resource Centers: located in schools in Daly City, Redwood City, South San Francisco, East Palo Alto, etc. Clinician in each school. Students provide individual therapy to children, family therapy, classroom consultation, groups with children and parenting groups.

**Juvenile Hall work with drugs and alcohol

Contact Person:

Janell Thompson, Multidisciplinary Internship Program

Theoretical Orientation:

Milieu

Special Remarks:

Applications are taken in the Spring for the Fall. It is preferred that students begin placement in Sept/Oct. Possible stipend for bilingual students. 2 week orientation and training in September through the agency. 1-2 hours/week individual, on-site supervision (depending on caseload). 2 hrs/week group supervision from an MFT. 1 hr/month group meeting w/Internship Coordinator. Library of resources available to the interns. Please send resume and letter of interest to Janell Thompson; phone interview w/Janell for screening and matching to programs; interview with on-site field instructor; complete application; fingerprints (agency pays for this); if cleared, student is notified of acceptance.

Link to Agency:

www.smchsa.org/smc/department/hsa/home

   

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County:

San Mateo

Name of Organization:

Youth and Family Enrichment Services

Type of Agency:

Private, non-profit, multi-disciplinary agency

Location:

610 Elm St., Ste. 212, San Carlos 94070

Client Population Served:

Residents of San Mateo County

Services Provided:

Comprehensive array of free or low-cost bilingual social services. Numerous programs.

Contact Person:

Ramsey Khasho, PsyD., Dir. of Clinical Training and Services

Telephone:

(650) 591-9623

Theoretical Orientation:

Multi-disciplinary

Specialized Populations/Services:

School0-based, youth diversion services, residential services, women and girls’ dual diagnosis day treatment program, counseling clinic.

Special Remarks:

CAPIC member. See website for comprehensive program information. Interns receive four weeks off, to be scheduled according to the school calendar.

Link to Agency:

www.yfes.org

   

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