Herbert S. Schiele Clinic Internship/Practicum Programs: A 12-Month Practicum Program in Out-Patient Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

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The Schiele Clinic of the St Louis Psychoanalytic Institute offers a twelve-month practicum program for graduate or post-graduate level students who are enrolled in or have completed clinical programs for masters and doctoral degrees in social work, psychology or counseling. The practicum is an intensive learning experience in the theory and practice of individual and couples psychodynamic psychotherapy with adolescents and adults. The length and frequency of treatment are determined by the clinical needs of the patient. Patient fees are set on a sliding scale based on the patient’s economic and social circumstances. Patients treated in the clinic present with a wide range of diagnoses. The practicum is 12 months long with the option to apply for a second year.

The Clinic is situated in the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute at 8820 Ladue Road, 3rd Floor, St. Louis, MO 63124.

 

Non-profit Management Practicum Program

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The Practicum is open to students seeking concentration practicum experience.  Foundation-level students will be considered on a case by case basis.

Time Frame: 9 months, flexible beginning and end dates

Tuesday, Thursday or Friday workdays (negotiated upon acceptance)

Occasional evening or weekend work

Project: To develop, implement, find funding for and evaluate a social media-driven campaign to extend our reach into the mental health world and gain greater awareness in the community at large. The successful candidate will become part of a small hands-on, integrated administration team, gaining experience in all parts of the management operation.

Research Fellowship

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The purpose of the fellowship program is to encourage clinicians and academics to pursue psychoanalytic research in conjunction with their professional pursuits.Early career psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, counselors, and academics are eligible to apply for the fellowship. Psychoanalytic candidates are not eligible to apply for this fellowship. Applicants should demonstrate a serious ongoing interest in psychoanalysis and its relationship to their primary field. They should be prepared to contribute to their field of expertise through psychoanalytic research.