Learning the Best Practices
The agency hosts 80 – 85 students a year who receive training and clinical supervision through Washburn Center’s center-based, in-home and school programs.
Comprehensive training in individual, family and group treatment modalities provides a solid foundation of knowledge for the intern’s future clinical work with children. Students can also enhance their intern experience through case consultations and clinical in-services on topics such as child protection issues, intervention strategies and cultural competency.
With a commitment to high quality, comprehensive training, Washburn Center is an American Psychological Association (APA) certified internship site.
Click on the intern opportunities below to see more information and application details.
Providing mentorship, scholarships and training to empower people of color to enter the mental health field.
Washburn Center is committed to helping predoctoral candidates gain professional development
The Internship Program follows a year-long, full-time progression of training opportunities that build upon the Intern’s previous academic and clinical experiences.
For students studying counseling, education, marriage and family therapy, psychology or social work