Counseling Practicum & Internship
We have a multidisciplinary team working together to provide solid training and growth opportunities for trainees. Our fast-paced, Counseling Center is housed within the Student Health Center at NC State University. The strength of our training program includes our dedicated staff, the Center’s commitment to training, and our outstanding trainees. Learn more.
For more information or questions, feel free to contact:
Richard Tyler-Walker, PhD/LPC-S
Assistant Director/Director of Training
Master’s Level Practicum / Internship Program Description
NC State University Counseling Center offers training opportunities for Graduate Students from all Mental Health Disciplines. We operate within a multi-disciplinary framework and offer a cooperative, developmental and enthusiastic learning environment. Learn more.
We feel that learning is developmental, and that trainees have different needs that change with time and experience. We wish to support interns in both their personal and professional growth. Learn more.
Model of Training
Our training program is based on the values inherent in the Practitioner-Scholar model. As practitioners, we value the learning that comes through direct experience with others and thoughtful self-reflection. As scholars, we recognize the importance of theory, research and critical thinking. Learn more.
Sample Weekly Schedule
Weekly Schedules will vary upon the hours requirements of the trainee’s academic program. Other factors such as office space, trainee’s outside commitments, and supervisor’s availability will also play a role in determining the trainee’s schedule. Learn more.
All staff involved in training will give feedback designed to both support and challenge the trainee’s development. Learn more.
We are no longer taking applications for the 2018-2019 academic year for Masters level trainees.