Hamm Clinic is committed to increasing the diversity of providers in the mental health field.
Hamm Clinic is committed to increasing the diversity of identities and experiences held by providers within the mental health field, with the knowledge that increased diversity of providers leads directly to increased client choice and quality of care. The Hamm Horizons Fellowship provides a stipend of $7,500 to a limited number of clinical trainees who identify as BIPOC (black, indigenous, or people of color) and who indicate their interest in this opportunity. The Fellowship focuses on robust clinical learning, supervision, and consultation. Trainees receiving this stipend provide outpatient therapy services including diagnostic assessment, treatment planning, case conceptualization, and provision of psychotherapy. To apply for this Fellowship stipend, please complete the regular application process laid out by your academic institution (e.g. for psychology practicum students, the Uniform Practicum timelines; for MSW students, the Metro Consortium’s social work matching process). Every applicant receives a follow-up survey that allows the applicant to indicate a desire to be considered for the Hamm Horizons stipend. Simply complete that survey and your preferences will be noted and considered. If an applicant has been selected for the Hamm Horizons stipend, they will be informed of this in their practicum or internship offer letter. Please email Jade Johnson, Training Director, with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I really like being at a place that is really focused on learning. There is no need for me to censor myself; I know my voice will be heard.” – a former trainee