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Presented By: University Career Center

Chrysalis Health Wings: Becoming a Registered Intern, Supervision, and Licensure

We are thrilled to invite you to our inaugural Wings program,an exclusive initiative designed to support your professional development. The program will be led by our esteemed clinical providers, including Adriana Santana, MSW, LCSW (Statewide Clinical Director), Tara Kellogg,LMFT (State Director of Clinical Supervision and published author), Rebeca Gonzalez (Director of Therapist Success), and our Talent Acquisition team. Together we have over 100 years of Behavioral Healthcare clinical expertise to share with you.

Here's a glimpse of what WINGS has in store for you:
· Trauma Informed Care and Evidence-Based Practices
· Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Practices
· Licensure and Clinical Supervision Guidance
· Importance of Clinician Self-Care and Boundaries
· Optimizing your Clinical Practice & Therapy Experience

Who we are looking for:
- Students in their Last year of a Master’s Degree studying a Master’s of Psychology, Social Work, or Marriage & Family interested in Therapy Positions as part of our OPT & DJJ Therapist Development Career Path
- Students in their last year of a bachelors degree studying a Bachelors in Psychology, or Social Work interested in Case Management Positions as part of our Targeted Case Management Career Path (TCM)

*Preferencegiven to Candidates with a Master’s degree from an accredited university or college in Psychology, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling, or related field. who are seeking to become Registered Interns in Florida and looking to launch their practice and receiveclinical supervision towards a license

*We will review students who have degrees or majors in the following: Rehabilitation Counseling, Human Services, Forensic Psychology, Community Counseling, Psychology, Youth Counseling, Human Development, Behavioral Science, Art Therapy, & Psychiatric Rehabilitation. In order for these curriculums to qualify transcripts must include at least four class codes that contain content from the following areas: Human Growth & Development, Diagnosis and treatment of Psychology, Human Sexuality, Counseling Theories and Techniques, Group Theories and Practice, Dynamic of Marriage and Family Systems, Individual Evaluation and Assessment, Research and Program Evaluation, Personality Theories, Social and Cultural Foundations, Counseling in Community Settings, and Substance Use Disorders.

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