The Greene Clinic offers training for pre-licensure psychologists, social workers, and mental health counselors who would like to gain experience in a sliding scale private practice setting with a primarily psychodynamic orientation.
Trainees in both programs have opportunities to see children and adults in individual, relationship, and group psychotherapy and to provide assessment. Trainees receive individual and group supervision and attend weekly didactics on topics including psychoanalytic theory, trauma, gender and sexuality, race and culture, disordered eating, and more.
Our postgraduate training is a two-year, paid, part- or full-time program for social workers, mental health counselors, and psychologists who have completed their graduate classes and who are collecting their hours toward licensure. This program is led by Cassie Kaufmann, Ph.D., Sophia Frydman, Ph.D., and Jenny Marion, Ph.D.
Postgraduate trainees are expected to carry a fulltime caseload of 18-25 clinical hours per week, which can include providing child, adult, relationship, and group therapy. We encourage you to see your patients long-term and multiple times per week when possible. Trainees' preferences and areas of expertise are taken into consideration when assigning cases. We encourage our trainees to develop independence around fee setting, billing, frame management, and treatment decision-making in order to prepare for private practice.
Trainees attend classes once per week and receive two hours weekly of individual supervision and one hour weekly of group supervision. Our supervisors are primarily psychoanalytic in orientation, but some other modalities are represented.
We strive to treat our trainees with respect and to offer fair compensation and benefits. Please inquire at email@example.com for more information.
Our externship training is a one-year, unpaid, part-time program for students of psychology, mental health counseling, and social work who are completing their graduate training. This Program is led by Matthew Oyer, Ph.D., and Loren Dent, Ph.D.
We are no longer accepting applications for our 2023 Student Training Program or the upcoming (2023-2025) postgraduate training cycle. We will begin accepting applications for the 2024 student and 2024-2026 postgraduate training cycles in the fall and they are due by December 15th, 2023. Please send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.