Counseling Services provides behavioral and mental health care for University of Montana students. We are proud to offer a number of high-quality clinical training experiences to graduate student interns. All interns and assistants will receive specialized training in motivational interviewing and its various clinical applications. Services include individual and crisis counseling, psycho-educational seminars, interpersonal groups, substance abuse intervention and treatment groups, and ADHD assessments, depending on position.
Clinical Psychology Assistantship:
Open to Clinical Psychology students seeking experience in assessment, individual counseling, psycho-educational and process groups. Graduate students work 16 hours/week through the academic year plus Winter and Summer sessions. This is a paid position.
Department of Justice Internship:
Open to Counselor Education students; funding through the Department of Justice Cooperative Agreement. The intern will provide group and psycho-educational seminars geared toward helping students develop healthy relationships, as well as maintain an individual caseload of general mental health clients. Graduate students work 16 hours/week during Spring and Fall semesters. This is a paid position.
Open to Counselor Education students. These interns will provide individual mental health counseling to students and will also facilitate counseling groups, and substance intervention and treatment groups. Graduate interns work 16 hours/week during Spring and Fall semesters. This is a paid position.
Group Counseling Internship:
Open to graduate level students in Social Work, Counselor Education and Clinical Psychology. These interns will facilitate substance use intervention and treatment groups. This is an unpaid position.
To apply for any internship, fill out this application and turn it in to Curry Health Center Counseling (West entrance, downstairs).
Additional questions can be directed to 406-243-4711.