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Daley Wellness Center Practicum Details

​​The Richard J. Daley College Wellness Center Team welcomes Master's graduate students in clinical/counseling psychology or social work seeking a Therapy practicum placement.

1.) Ideal Applicants: 
Are passionate about helping others 
Have experience working with or interest in working with diverse clientele, and who can build rapport and trust with clients quickly.
Are motivated self-starters
Have strong writing skills
Work well in a team environment
Have the desire to learn and grow.
Bring a sense of humor 
Bilingual (English/Spanish) is a plus but not required. 

2.) Supervision Philosophy of the Site:
Supervision is a strongly valued time at this site. You are guaranteed a minimum of an hour of individual supervision and an hour of group supervision each week, though you will often receive more than that. Providing supervision is one of my favorite parts of my job – I enjoy teaching and helping new clinicians to the field grow and develop their personal clinical style. I operate from a strengths based perspective and am open to interns brining their ideas and interests into the work we do. 

Anne Althoff completed her undergraduate degree at Washington University in St Louis before moving to Chicago in 2002. Anne obtained her Masters degree in Clinical Social work with a concentration in Children and Families from Loyola University of Chicago. She has worked with children, families and young adults in Chicago for 13 years including at Mercy Home for Boys and Girls, The Learning House Therapeutic Day School, Kaleidoscope for Kids, and Richard J Daley College. Anne is currently the director of the Wellness Center at Daley College where she oversees the day to day functioning of the center, supervises staff and interns, and maintains a caseload of clients. Anne is especially passionate about supervising and training graduate school interns and preparing them to enter the workforce. 

Dawn Sherwood is a bilingual therapist who has recently come back to work at the Wellness Center after interning here during graduate school. Dawn has a Masters degree in Clinical Social work from Loyola University. She has several years of experience as a bilingual therapist working in community mental health agencies. She enjoys providing support to interns, and specifically works with bilingual interns to develop and use their bilingual skills in the therapy room. 

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