Clinical Mental Health Counseling Practicum & Internship Training Program

Not currently accepting applications for 2024; check back for 2025 applications

Practicum & Internship Overview

We are accepting applications for practicum and internship to fulfill requirements for Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors in the state of North Carolina. We are seeking applicants who are:

● Enrolled in a master’s level CACREP-Accredited Clinical Mental Health Counseling program
● Live within the Raleigh- Durham area with the ability to spend 1-2 days in our Raleigh office location
● Willing to complete all clinical training experiences (practicum, internship I, and internship II) within our organization
● Black, Indigenous, People of Color, Queer, and Trans/GNC individuals are strongly encouraged to apply
What You'll Learn

● Conduct individual therapy sessions with adult clients (18 and older) from under-resourced and marginalized populations who are uninsured/under insured or qualify for medicaid
● Engage in hybrid work opportunities, including in-office and telehealth sessions, to develop proficiency in both modalities of service delivery.
● Receive compensation of $20 per hour for direct client facing hours
● Participate in weekly individual supervision sessions with the Director of Clinical Training to enhance clinical skills and receive feedback on cases.
● Receive training grounded in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), as well as other treatment modalities to build your skills in evidence-based practices.
● Attend monthly treatment team meetings to discuss client cases, receive peer consultation, and contribute to collaborative treatment planning.
● Assist with administrative tasks related to client care, including documentation, case management, and treatment planning.
● Collaborate with an assigned therapist who will serve as a mentor, providing guidance and support throughout the training experience.
● Participate in community service, outreach, and advocacy efforts.

About Us

At Creasman Counseling, we aim to provide a safe, inclusive, and empowering space for all people to engage in the healing work of therapy. We are a team of 23 professionals with diverse backgrounds, approaches, and clinical expertise to serve the diverse needs of the North Carolina community. Our values of awareness, compassion, and change are at the heart of our work. We demonstrate our commitment to our core values through our Continuing Education Programming, Quarterly Causes, and our Clinical Mental Health Internship Program. Click here to learn more about our values, and our team of clinicians.

How to Apply

We are currently accepting applications for trainees to begin their practicum in Summer 2024. Our application process will close on Thursday March 7, 2024. Please email Beth Vincent ( the following information:
● Resume
● Positionality Statement highlight your experience and perspective on working with under resourced, marginalized, and diverse communities. Please highlight experience and beliefs around working with members of the community who experience severe and persistent mental illness, and limited financial resources.
● Contact information for two professional references.

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