Clinical Social Work Internship

A Clinical Social Work Internship emphasizes clinical work with a major focus on diagnostic evaluation and individual psychotherapy. Each student will learn and experience the multifaceted role of clinical social worker in an outpatient clinic setting. In addition, the Social Work Intern and the primary LICSW supervisor meet weekly for 1.5 hours of face-to-face supervision. The intern will also attend a series of classes and seminars.

A typical Internship in Clinical Social Work at Hamm Clinic is a 12-month time commitment involving a minimum of 20 hours per week of on-site training.

Hamm Clinic participates in the matching program for the University of Minnesota, Augsburg and St. Catherine's/St. Thomas Schools of Social Work and at this time only accepts applicants from those programs.

Hamm Clinic is able to provide a modest stipend to social work students during their training at the clinic. The specific expectations and arrangements of time and training content must be approved by Hamm Clinic, the student, and the graduate school program.


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