Join our counseling team at CU Boulder! Social Work Post-Masters Fellowships are open to applicants who have completed a Master’s Degree in Social Work (by August 2021) and who need supervised clinical experience to obtain licensure. The positions provide direct clinical services including walk-in services, intake, individual and group psychotherapy, behavioral health interventions and crisis intervention to students. Services may be provided in person and/or over telehealth depending on the status and needs of the clinic. Positions are a 40-hour/week, two-year commitment. Training for Fellows includes regular seminars on specific mental health topics, weekly multidisciplinary case consultation, and 90 minutes of weekly supervision with an LCSW. All Fellows also attend CAPS staff meetings and trainings.
The ideal candidate is a recent MSW graduate who has an educational background in evidenced-based psychotherapy practices and whose goal is to acquire clinical/supervision hours for licensure. The candidate should also have relevant and significant clinical experience, providing direct psychotherapy services, including crisis intervention and group therapy. CAPS provides psychotherapy services in a brief therapy model, thus the ideal candidate should have interest in utilizing short term interventions. We are looking for fellows who are interested in working on a multidisciplinary team, who are familiar with electronic medical records, and who are comfortable with managing a fast-paced clinical schedule.
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