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SANTA CLARA COUNTY SITES

Site
Phone
Contact
Website
Last Updated

Adolescent Counseling Services

(650) 424.0852

Ann Brown, LCSW

www.acs-teens.org

2004

The Center for Healthy Development

(408) 985-8115 x203

Kali Hess, MFT

http://www.counselingcip.org/

2/2007
Eastfield Ming Quong (EMQ) Children and Family Service (408) 379-3790 Lori Moorhead, PhD, Supervising Psychologist

www.emq.org

2005
Santa Clara County Dept. of Mental Health (408) 793-5847 Charley Hodson, LCSW, Student Intern Program Coordinator www.sccmhintern.org 2004

Community Health Awareness Council

(650) 965-2020 Betty Mackey, MFT; Radha Jagannathan, MFT or Mary White, MFT, ATR www.chacmv.org 2004

Process Therapy Institute

(408) 358-2218 ext. 444 Don Hadlock, Executive Director and Training Coordinator

www.processes.org/practicum.php

2006

 

County:

Santa Clara

Name of Organization:

Adolescent Counseling Services

Type of Agency:

501c3 Non-profit

Location:

4000Middlefield Rd., Room FH, Palo Alto, CA 94303

Client Population Served:

Adolescents, their families and their communities; multicultural

Services Provided:

Group Home (Caravan House); On Campus Counseling Program and an Adolescent Substance Abuse treatment program

Contact Person:

Ann Brown, LCSW

Telephone:

(650) 424.0852

Other Supervisors:

Martha Chan, LMFT

Theoretical Orientation:

Brief therapy; crisis intervention; individual/group/family therapy; testing and evaluation

Specialized Populations/Services:

Students at five secondary schools in culturally diverse communities in the mid-Peninsula area. Divorce, substance abuse or chronic illness issues.

Special Remarks:

Practicum and Internship opportunities. Agency has been in existence since 1975, and is collaborative with services within the community.

Link to Agency:

www.acs-teens.org

 

2004

 

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County:

Santa Clara

Name of Organization:

The Center for Healthy Development

Type of Agency:

Private non-profit mental health outpatient clinic for children and adults.

Location:

100 N. Winchester Blvd. #260 Santa Clara, CA 95050

Client Population Served:

Adults, adolescents and children

Services Provided:

Individual and group therapy for adults, parents,adolescents and children.

Contact Person:

Kali Hess, MFT

Telephone:

(408) 985-8115 x203

E-Mail:

kalihess@pacbell.net

Theoretical Orientation:

Contemporary Psychoanalytic approach (site wants students ability to think critically, and to tolerate anxiety with working with patients)

Specialized Populations/Services:
The Center for Healthy Development provides long term individual and group therapy for children in Santa Clara County. CHD has a long history of providing quality, affordable counseling and psychotherapy to individuals, teens and children throughout Santa Clara County. Counseling and psychotherapy are also available for couples and families. See website for program specific information.

Special Remarks:

Agency has been providing training for MFT interns for 25 years and takes 2-3 practicum students and 10-12 interns per year. This site is quite psychoanalytic. Trainees will not be provided with a lot of training instead most hours are spent with clients.

Training: Begins in July. 6 hours of supervision and training per week.

Client Load: 7-12 clients a week with 2-3 hours of adminstrative duties.

Application: Resume, Cover Letter and 3 Letters of Recommendation

Link to Agency:

http://chdsv.org

 

2/2007

 

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County:

Santa Clara

Name of Organization:

Eastfield Ming Quong (EMQ) Children and Family Service

Type of Agency:

Full-service family and children’s mental health agency

Location:

251 Llewellyn Ave., Campbell, CA. 95008

Client Population Served:

Troubled children, adults and families, all socioeconomic classes, public and private

Services Provided:

Psychotherapy for children, individuals and adults/families

Contact Person:

Lori Moorhead, PhD, Supervising Psychologist

Telephone:

(408) 379-3790

Email:

lmoorhead@emq.org

Theoretical Orientation:

Cognitive-behavioral, Family Systems

Specialized Populations/Services:

Special emphasis on sexual abuse cases. Liaison with other community-based agencies. Community educators in the areas of family mental health, family wellness, parenting, child maltreatment, alcohol and other drug abuse, family violence, and the problems of the mentally ill.

Special Remarks:

This is a CAPIC site, so please follow application guidelines. Knowledge of the DSM-IV and ego defense mechanisms required. Prefer knowledge of child development and effects of trauma.

Link to Agency:

www.emq.org

 

2005

 

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County:

Santa Clara

Name of Organization:

Santa Clara County Dept. of Mental Health

Type of Agency:

County Mental Health

Location:

650 South Bascom Ave., San Jose, 95128

Client Population Served:

Includes clients from many cultural and ethnic backgrounds in SC County

Services Provided:

Intake, suicide/homicide assessment, individual/group/family therapy, case management and crisis intervention

Contact Person:

Charley Hodson, LCSW, Student Intern Program Coordinator

Telephone:

(408) 793-5847

Fax:

(408) 275-6716

Theoretical Orientation:

Training offered to develop that of interest to interns

Specialized Populations/Services:

Multicultural and multi-ethnic

Special Remarks:

Very comprehensive training program. Stipend available. Please visit website for all information. Research division available. Multiple clinical sites available. Most graduate level students begin in the Fall and follow the academic year; other time frames are possible depending upon the availability of a clinical supervisor

Link to Agency:

www.sccmhintern.org

 

 

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County:

Santa Clara County

Name of Organization:

Community Health Awareness Council

Type of Agency:

Community Resource

Location:

711 Church St., Mountain View, CA. 94041

**Mailing address: PO Box 335, Mountain View, CA., 94042**

Client Population Served:

Children, youth, adolescents, adults of Santa Clara County communities

Services Provided:

School-based programs, individual, couples, group therapy, intensive day treatment program for high school students with chemical dependency

Contact Person:

Betty Mackey, MFT; Radha Jagannathan, MFT or Mary White, MFT, ATR

Telephone:

(650) 965-2020

Fax:

(650) 965-7286 or

Email: bmackey@chacmv.org

Theoretical Orientation:

Psychodynamic, family systems, cognitive-behavioral, brief therapy, art therapy, gestalt therapy

Specialized Populations/Services:

Chemical dependency and prevention services, active involvement in a research and assessment program.

Special Remarks:

CHAC is a CAPIC member. One-way mirror training available and utilized regularly

Link to Agency:

www.chacmv.org

 

 

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County:

Santa Clara County

Name of Organization:

Process Therapy Institute

Type of Agency:

A non-profit, non-discriminatory, charitable organization. PTI is a designated United Way Agency.

Location:

16573 Los Gatos-Almaden Rd., Los Gatos, 95032

Client Population Served:

Anyone in the community seeking therapeutic services. 

Services Provided:

“We are a school and have been providing education and psychotherapy services to the community since 1972”. Incorporated as a counseling center as well as an educational institution providing training for professionals. “Our mission is to provide opportunities for people to enhance their awareness of self and the quality of their relationships with others. We provide these opportunities through personal and professional classes and trainings, as well as through counseling, psychotherapy and coaching services”.

Contact Person:

Don Hadlock, Executive Director and Training Coordinator

Telephone:

(408) 358-2218 ext. 444

Address Applications and Questions to:

Barbara Kraft, Placement Coordinator, (408) 358-2218 ext. 408 OR

Don Hadlock, at the above number.

Theoretical Orientation:

Psychodynamic, systems, cognitive-behavioral, gestalt therapy, humanistic, transpersonal, process therapy, self psychology, existential, object relations, gestalt therapy.

Specialized Populations/Services:

Off site placements available at: Elmwood correctional facility, Women’s crisis support, Willow Senior Center, Healthy Start (several school sites for this program), Integrated Healing Arts, Camp Recovery Center, Gardner Center, We Care. Drama therapy, art therapy, life coaching services, somatic therapy, one way mirror observation, video/audiotaped sessions ok, process notes and feedback from peers.

Special Remarks:

This agency newly approved 2006. This site does not offer individual supervision, but does offer up to 6 hrs/week of group supervision as needed. Usually 4 weeks of vacation taken per year for most trainees, although this is negotiable. You will earn a fee for service depending on the fee paid by the client. For example, if your client pays $75 for a session, the intern is given $50 and the rest goes to PTI. The ideal candidate is available to explore oneself, availability to take responsibility for one’s part in interactions, humor, a desire to place love and non-resistance as guiding concepts in their work, able to keep commitments, and a high spiritual commitment to oneself. One year commitment is expected; 5-20 hrs/week as negotiated by trainee/intern. Starting date of training year = anytime; application deadline = anytime. Opportunities to learn and perform assessments. Training on multicultural and minority issues. Required for application: CV and a willingness to explore oneself. Able to identify some of one’s issues. Three interview process.

Link to Agency:

www.processes.org/practicum.php

 

2006

 

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