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CCC Wellness Centers Clinical Training Sites

Application Information for the CCC Wellness Centers Training Sites
 
For the 2019-20 Training Year
One Application – Seven Unique Locations!
 
Timeline
Applicants from ACEPT institutions can apply starting by February 1st, 2019.  Non-ACEPT school applicants (MA and Doctoral) can apply any time after Jan. 5th, 2019.
 
What are the City Colleges of Chicago Wellness Centers Training Sites?
The Wellness Centers at City Colleges of Chicago  collectively place and train about 40-50 Masters and Doctoral practicum trainees each year. 
 
What are the Wellness Centers?
The Wellness Centers are student counseling centers, providing best-practices mental health and case management services for students, faculty, and staff. Core services include individual and group counseling, psychological testing, educational outreach, and linkage to community-based services.
 
What are the Wellness Centers like?
The diversity of the student population at each college enriches the trainees' experiences as they gain dynamic training in working with clients with varied presentations and from diverse backgrounds. Trainees are trained and supported in working with clients through all phases of treatment, and supervision is provided by skilled staff eager to support trainees’ development. Each location is different, and they utilize brief and long term treatment models.  Diagnostic trainees are provided the opportunity to work with a small caseload of therapy clients in addition to conducting the required number of assessment batteries.
 
For additional information about specific sites and supervisors, download:
 
 
What is the role of the practicum trainee?
Graduate students in training participate in all aspects of service delivery. Therapy trainees are expected to provide crisis, short-term, and some long-term counseling; case management; and community outreach. Doctoral-level diagnostic trainees, of course, focus on assessment; however, most will also enrich their experience by carrying a small caseload of therapy clients and by participating in outreach.
 
What types of placements do you offer?
 
College
Doctoral Diagnostic
Doctoral Therapy
Doctoral Advanced
Masters Clinical/ Counseling
Masters Social Work
#Trainee positions
Daley
NA
NA
NA
2-4
2-4
6-7
Harold Washington
2
1-2
1-2
2-4
1-2
9-10
Kennedy-King
2-3
1-2
1-2
1-2
NA
6-7
Malcolm X
1-2
1-4
1-4
1-2
1-2
8-10
Olive-Harvey
NA
NA
NA
1-2
1-2
3-4
Truman
NA
NA
NA
3-4
2-3
5-6
Wright
NA
NA
NA
1-2
1-2
5-6
 
How do I apply?
 
Your application makes you eligible for consideration at all sites, however, if invited to interview you will be asked to endorse specific sites and supervisors of interest.  We are trainee centered in our placement process.
 
Email your application to the appropriate e-mail: all lower case.
TBA
 
In the Subject line of your e-mail:  type your last name and the type of placement you are seeking.  John Smith, a master’s-level student in counseling psychology: Smith MA. 
 
Please use these codes to indicate the type of placement in your email subject heading:
 
Masters Counseling
Masters Social Work
Doctoral Adv. Therapy
Doctoral Therapy
Doctoral
Diagnostic
MA
MSW
DADV
DTH
DDX
 
Attache all the listed documents in one (1) e-mail.  No Zip FilesIf letters of recommnedation must be sent seperately, please note that in your e-mail message.
 
 
 
DOCUMENT
LABEL TO BE USED FOR ATTACHED DOCUMENTS
  1. CCC Wellness Center Application
First initial last name APP
Example: J. Smith APP
  1. Curriculum Vitae/Resume
First initial last name CV
  1. Cover letter stating:
a.    Type of placement you’re seeking
b.    Why CCC Wellness Centers?
First initial last name CL
 
 
  1. Three letters of recommendation (at least one from a non-professor)
First initial last name RL1 or RL2 or RL3
  1. Diagnostic Only: Writing sample of case conceptualization or testing report.
First initial last name WS
  1. Graduate school transcripts (may be unofficial; official copies requested later)
First initial last name TS
 
You will receive a receipt upon successful submission with information regarding interview process and dates. 
 
If you have other concerns or questions about the process, please contact the CCC Wellness Center Training Director, Dr. Erica M. Schweitzer at her e-mail listed below.
 
Thank you for your consideration of City Colleges of Chicago - Wellness Centers Training Sites!
       
​Site Contact ​College ​Email Addr​ess​​
​Anne Althoff, LCSW Richard J. ​Daley
aalthoff@ccc.edu      
Eric Crabtree-Nelson, LCSW ​Harold Washington

       ecrabtreenelson@ccc.edu        

​​Karen Douglass, Psy.D ​Kennedy-King kdouglass1@ccc.edu  
​Erica M. Schweitzer, Psy.D ​Malcolm X eschweitzer@ccc.edu
​Tyler Wurst, LCPC ​Olive-Harvey
​Carmen Perez, LCSW Harry S. ​Truman​ ​​cperez340@ccc.edu
​Kathryn Chapman, LCPC Wilbur ​Wright​Wright

       ​​​​kchapman17@ccc.edu         

       
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