Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry is committed to training future therapists who have a desire to integrate the resources of religious faith into their counseling with clients. In 1985, we expanded our level of community services by welcoming interns from various colleges and universities pursuing Master’s level degrees in counseling and social work. Students are provided the opportunity to develop their counseling skills under the direct supervision of our diverse and talented staff. Interns are encouraged to utilize all the resources within our counseling center, as well as the local community, to gain experience and confidence in their counseling abilities. Interns are afforded the opportunity to collaborate with other local programs, such as HEARTH, North Hills Community Outreach, and Crisis Center North for additional experience. Interns also work directly with our educational staff to facilitate our summer Social Skills group.
If you are interested in interning with us, please forward a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with “intern candidate” as the subject line.