Internship Info Session
April 20, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 11:45 am PDT
Friday, April 20, 10:00 am – 11:45 am
at Holos San Francisco
Are you considering your next steps in internship toward licensure?
Meet Laura Parker, MFT, clinic manager and group supervisor, and a current Holos intern for an info session that will outline what Holos is about, how an internship works at Holos, and how to apply. We’ll do a brief tour of our San Francisco counseling offices and host a question and answer period where you can get a candid picture of what to expect as an intern at Holos.
There is limited seating in this info session and so you must reserve your spot by filling out the following form. We will confirm your spot in the info session and send you detailed directions.
Come join us! We are currently accepting applications for June and September 2018 start dates.
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Public Programs and Continuing Education
Holos offers an ongoing series of educational programs open to both the general public and to psychotherapists. All of these offerings resonate with the Holos vision of an integral approach to healing that considers the body, mind and spirit as well as the greater community in which we live. Our presenters are each a specialist in their field and bring a breadth of vision from cosmological perspectives to the mindful explorations of depth psychology. We strive to offer innovative and creative approaches to current topics in clinical psychology.
Most programs offer continued education credit for MFTs and LCSWs.
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Registration for most events available through PayPal or via mail see each event for detail.
Holos Institute is committed to inclusivity, diversity and social justice. We are committed to creating a courageous, authentic space that welcomes a diverse group of participants in our public educational programs, across lines of race, class, gender, sexual orientation and socio-economic status. Our educational programs model ethical and clinically sound practices and follow the code of ethics described by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT).
If you have financial challenges that prevent you from participating in any program, there are a limited number of work exchange scholarships available and/or discounts. If you would like to discuss any of this further, please email us.