WBH offers both Bachelor and Master Level Internship Opportunities
Wasatch Behavioral Health welcomes interested persons to participate in Master’s level and Bachelor’s level internship opportunities. There are a limited number of Master’s level paid internship positions. There are no undergraduate paid internship positions. You must be enrolled in an educational program through an accredited University to be an intern at Wasatch Behavioral Health. You must also be able to pass a Background Criminal Investigation (BCI). You are expected to be a professional while you are at Wasatch Behavioral Health
The primary objective of the Master’s level internship program is to prepare Master’s level interns for entry-level positions in clinical social work, marriage and family therapy, and licensed professional counseling.
The Master’s level interns are expected to provide direct and indirect clinical services, develop, implement, and supervise client treatment planning and perform individual, group, and family psychotherapy and behavior management. He/she will be expected to manage a personal case load and maintain and comply with case documentation.
The Intern will be expected to maintain professional ethics, provide services within the realm of licensure, and participate in supervision weekly. A positive work attitude, effective communication skills, effective use of work time and cooperative efforts with others and the Supervisor are important qualities the Intern needs to have.
“My internship at Wasatch Behavioral Health was awesome! I was able to work in the XCEL program, helping teens develop social and coping skills through group and individual therapy. I was also able to do individual therapy with kids and teens at the Provo Family Clinic. Through this internship and my supervision, I learned how to better meet clients where they are and to be sensitive to the needs of individuals in their unique environments. I learned so much about connecting and developing rapport with clients, while also maintaining a professional attitude.
My supervisor did so much to help me improve my clinical skills. I was able to shadow his sessions, have him sit in on sessions with me, and consult him weekly about the clients on my caseload. He also helped me gain confidence in my own clinical skills, and I left feeling much better about my abilities as a future therapist. Several other therapists at Wasatch also allowed me to shadow them. I felt so supported throughout my experience here, and it was very fulfilling to be able to work with the clients at Wasatch.”Ali, a 2020 MSW Intern
The primary objective of the Bachelor’s level internship program is to prepare Bachelor level interns for entry-level social work positions. The Bachelor level interns are expected to provide direct and indirect case management and psychosocial rehabilitation services. They will develop and implement their own service plan, perform case management, which includes: coordinating services, assessing the need for services, linking to the needed services, and providing psychosocial rehabilitation services. He/she will be expected to manage a personal case load and maintain and comply with case documentation. The Intern will be expected to maintain professional ethics, provide services within the realm of licensure, and participate in regular supervision. A positive work attitude, effective communication skills, effective use of work time and cooperative efforts with others and the Supervisor are important qualities the Intern needs to have.
If you are interested in participating in an internship with Wasatch Behavioral Health, please contact Jenny Montague at email@example.com to set up an appointment to meet with Scott Taylor, LCSW (Master’s level internships) or Janene Candalot, CMHC /Michael King, LCSW (Bachelor’s level internships).