The philosophy of the intervention and healing Center at Sprihaa, is that each individual is unique. The major responsibility of the Center is to help individual realize their fullest potential for growth and development. To that end, we offer a wide range of services and programs. These include:
- Individual and Group Counseling and Psychotherapy – help individuals and groups deal with personal, vocational and educational problems.
- Outreach and Consultation Services (Training) – offered to individuals and groups, to help ensure that the academic and social and psychological environments are conducive to their growth and development. For example, we conduct training programs for teachers, students in schools and colleges.
- Consultation and outreach Program- This aspect of the training program is flexible. Routinely, we consult on issues of substance abuse, eating disorders and body image, HIV and AIDS, rape prevention, sexuality, and wellness.
- SCHOLARLY AND STATISTICAL RESEARCH – Interns will be able to participate in on-going counseling centre projects which include research, publishing Case study & research papers and scholarly writing.
- Placement (Psychological Practice)- We provide help securing psychological work placements at our centre and in other special schools and institutions. The majority of our interns gain experiences of 40% direct client contact.
- Supervision – A mentoring relationship provides direction, guidance and instructive critique to assist interns in meeting their professional goals. This process is fundamental to achieving professional core capabilities
- Professional Development – PD increase the skill level of interns to develop them in to provisional psychologists across all core capabilities of professional practices.
- SCREENING INTERVIEWS – Interns or provisional psychologists will have the opportunity to participate in mock screening interviews of “clients” that seek treatment at the Counseling Center.
- INDIVIDUAL SUPERVISION – Each intern receives 1-2 hours of individual supervision per week.
- EVALUATION AND FEEDBACK – Written evaluation of the intern’s progress is conducted at the end of the term by each supervisor.
Candidates must be enrolled in an undergraduate program or post graduate program in psychology.
Application should include:
- A curriculum Vitae/ Resume
- A cover letter describing your interest in this internship.
- A letter of recommendation from a professor or employer in a field related to psychology who is familiar with the summer intern’s work skills.
Application will be accepted throughout the year.
Applicants who are selected for an interview will be contacted to schedule an interview appointment.
Applicants will receive an email confirmation.