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Last updated: November 10, 2018, 12:38 pm

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Central County Adult Mental Health

Internship Opportunities

Central County Adult Mental Health Services
1420 Willow Pass Rd. #200
Concord, CA 94520

Placement Openings

One Masters level intern (MSW and MFT) for 1st or 2nd year students.

  • Minimum of 16- 24 hours per week, Monday through Friday
  • Placement available September through June
  • Required attendance 1 (2hr) group supervision bi-weekly
  • Required attendance 1 hour individual supervision per week
  • 3rd Wednesday of the month is a required training time from 9-12pm
  • Required participation in a multi-disciplinary team

Program Description

Central Costa County serves a growing population including racial, ethnic, and linguistic minorities. We attempt to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate services. We provide medication support, psychiatric nursing, case management, crisis intervention, various therapies, socialization/outings, and help with independent living skills.

Interns will learn and practice intervention skills, diagnostic skills and treatment planning in a variety of modalities. They will work with psychiatrists, both licensed and unlicensed clinicians, psychiatric nurses, and community support workers.

To Apply

Mail or fax cover letter, resume, and two letters of reference by 4/1/14 to:
Kennisha Johnson, LMFT
Program Supervisor
Central County Adult Mental Health
1420 Willow Pass Dr. Ste 200
Concord, CA 94520
925-646-5622 fax