Internships

Become an Anthropos Intern

Established in 1975, Anthropos is a non-profit counseling center dedicated to providing high quality, affordable counseling services as well as a comprehensive training program for Marriage and Family Therapist Interns. Anthropos Counseling Center employs qualified post-Masters registered Marriage and Family Therapy Interns on a revolving and ongoing basis to join our staff.  We employ nine Interns at a time, and position availability is often dictated by one of our Interns reaching licensure.  This is a paid internship.

Although Anthropos is primarily a training facility, we operate from a private-practice model, preparing Interns to have their own business in the community post-licensure.  While at Anthropos, Interns build their practice and business and are able to take their clients with them once they are licensed.  Interns are financially compensated for their work and enjoy a high level of independence similar to private practice MFTs.  Financial compensation is based on a commission style pay structure and Anthropos absorbs all required supervision costs.  Interns set their own schedule, have their own set of keys to the building, conduct client intakes, set fees, maintain their client files, engage in marketing, and more.  As a training facility, Anthropos helps Interns develop both the clinical and business skills necessary to create a sustainable private practice in the community post-licensure.

Prospective Interns are encouraged to reflect on whether they would like to ultimately have a private fee-for-service practice in the Tri-Valley area (Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin) before exploring Anthropos as a place of employment.  We encourage prospective Interns to consider the distance from which they might travel in order to work at the counseling center and expect Interns to have Anthropos as their sole Internship in order to gain hours, gain clinical skills and build their financial future.

Interested applicants should send inquiries and/or applications to business@anthroposcounseling.org.  Once you know the details of our Internship program, and are interested in applying, we welcome you to email your cover letter and resume to the Executive Director, Mary Kennard.  We will then contact you to clarify any information and to set up an interview.

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