Seattle Neurocounseling is a growing leader in Mental Health services. We provide care across Washington touching the lives of many clients daily. As a Mental Health Intern, you play a direct role in serving our clients in a safe environment promoting long term growth and recovery. You will work under the supervision and guidance of a licensed mental health professional, gaining valuable experience and developing your skills in the field of mental health. The intern plays a vital role in supporting clients and contributing to the overall functioning of the mental health practice.
As an intern, you can choose your own hours and work towards developing your skills as a mental health counselor in a specialty area. You may work fully remote or hybrid.
Currently enrolled in a degree program related to mental health, psychology, counseling, or a related field.
Basic knowledge of mental health disorders, therapeutic approaches, and ethical considerations.
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with clients and professionals.
Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and adhere to professional boundaries.
Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail.
Ability to work both independently and collaboratively as part of a team.
Willingness to learn and take direction from supervising professionals.
Proficiency in computer applications and record-keeping systems.
Minimum of 15 client hours and 1 year commitment required.
Assist in conducting intake assessments and screenings, under supervision.
Contribute to the development and implementation of treatment plans, under supervision.
Provide ongoing mental health Counseling sessions and interventions with clients.
Observe therapy sessions, and/or other mental health interventions to gain exposure and insight into different therapeutic approaches.
Prepare and distribute informational materials, educational resources, and forms for clients as needed.
Maintain appropriate documentation for each session, ensuring confidentiality and adherence to legal and ethical guidelines.
Observe and document client behavior, progress, and any concerns for review by the supervisor.
Participate in case conferences and team meetings to discuss client progress, treatment strategies, and best practices.
Attend relevant workshops, training sessions, and seminars to expand knowledge and skills in mental health practices.
collaborate with other mental health professionals to ensure comprehensive care for clients.