Nulton Diagnostic & Treatment Center offers exceptional opportunities for Intern/Practicum candidates that desire to excel in their profession. This program was initiated in order to provide students across all behavioral health disciplines an opportunity to receive a comprehensive experience in the behavioral health field. Individuals already providing services will have an unparalleled opportunity to increase their professional skills. Selected applicants will be provided an exceptional opportunity to learn from top quality clinicians at every level of Nulton Diagnostic & Treatment Center’s services. Interns will cycle throughout the various programs offered including: Family Based Services, Mobile therapy, Out-Patient Clinic, and Partial Hospitalization Program.
Students must be enrolled in either a Master’s level or Ph.D. program in one of the following majors:
- SOCIAL WORK
- Applicants should apply at least twelve weeks prior to the beginning of the semester in which they wish to be considered
- Applicants should demonstrate strong academic achievement in a related curriculum and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
- All applicants will be interviewed by a panel of Nulton Diagnostic & Treatment Center’s Supervisors or Program Directors.
- Candidates must be available to fulfill their hourly requirements from 8:00 a.m. till 4:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday. More flexible hours are available in some cases dependent on personal circumstances and availability of staff.
- If choosing to rotate throughout the various programs, Interns will be required to spend a full semester in Family Based Services and Outpatient Therapy.
- Once assigned/accepted into the Program, Interns will be required to process Act 33 & 34 Clearances. These must be returned to the Human Resources Department prior to the start of the program.
- A confidentiality statement will be explained by a Nulton Diagnostic & Treatment Center Supervisor/ Program Director, & signed by all parties.
- Students will be required to follow Nulton Diagnostic & Treatment Center’s Policy & Procedures as well as function under the supervision of our program director, supervisors, and/or clinicians.
- Candidates will be required to keep a field journal in order to record thoughts and situations that arise during their tenure. The reason for this is twofold. The journal will serve as a reminder of topics for discussion during weekly supervision as well as to keep as a long term resource and reference.