Interns must be committed to the therapeutic relationship, have a desire to work with clients on a long-term, in-depth basis, and willing to undertake t he emotional challenges present in in-depth work. Growth during this process involves personal growth of the therapist as well as the therapist’s clinical competence. Interns are required to participate in their own therapy, outside of Midtown MFT.
Upon successful completion of the training program, and graduation from their Masters program in MFT, students may be offered to move to the next level, Associate Clinician, and continue their work with clients on a per-diem basis.
Who provides supervision?
Elena Hull, LMFT, CAT Associate Supervisor
Christina Curtis, LMFT Intern and Group Supervision Supervisor
Who is qualified?
Graduate Students in MFT programs in New York State are qualified to apply.
When should I apply?
At the current time we are fully staffed and are not accepting applications.