Note: Due to budgetary restrictions for the coming fiscal year, the Post-Master's Training Program will be suspended for the 2018-2019 year.
Ann Martin Center has a part-time/ full-time, psychodynamically-oriented Advanced Clinical Training Program. The program is open to post-graduate level clinicians in the fields of clinical social work and marriage and family therapy. A minimum of two years clinical experience, work with children, and an interest in psychoanalytic theory and psychodynamic therapy are required.
The training program involves carrying a minimum 8 hour/week clinical caseload made up of primarily children and adolescents and their families, along with some adult individual therapy cases. Most of the clinical work takes place in the after-school and evening hours on weekdays and throughout the day on Saturdays. Part-time positions require on average 20 hours/week.
The training includes three hours/week of supervision, and seven weekly clinical seminars. These seminars take place on Mondays and Wednesdays from September to June, 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Finally, there is a required monthly staff meeting that takes place on the third Wednesday/month from September through June from 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Supervision and training is provided in accordance with the requirements of the Board of Behavioral Sciences.
We offer a stipend of $11,000 each year.
Applicants should send the following materials to Katherine Eng:
3 letters of recommendation
Written sample of your clinical work (e.g. a de-identified case write-up)
Graduate school transcript