Judi's House
  • Programs - Interns/PGTs
  • Denver, CO, USA
  • Internship

Judi's House is a comprehensive grief center serving children ages 3-18, young adults 18-25, and their parents or caregivers. We serve individuals who are grieving a death loss of any kind, including illness, suicide, homicide, and accidental death. The families that we serve are grieving the death of a "special person" who could be a parent, sibling, grandparent or other family member, friend, etc.

We primarily offer group counseling facilitated by highly skilled licensed mental health professionals and graduate-level interns with trained community members serving as group volunteers. Our trauma-informed, strength-based model recognizes that grief is a natural, healthy reaction to loss. With the right people available and in the right environment, children and families can begin to heal. At Judi's House we do not pathologize grief. We respect each person's unique way of coping. We meet clients where they are and believe there are many ways to grieve. 

Some clients and families experience complex or traumatic grief reactions. When clinically indicated, we offer individual and family therapy to meet these more intense needs. All services are free of charge. 

Internship Requirements:
• Minimum of 20 hours/week, over four quarters (i.e., one calendar year); interns are responsible for tracking hours
• Start date in Fall (August 15, 2019)
• Available days and evenings (Monday-Thursday) committing to a minimum of three groups at any given time (one daytime group and two evening groups per week)
• Available Thursdays from 10:45 am to 3:45 pm
• Participation in weekly Clinical Review meeting (Thursdays 11am-1pm)
• Flexibility during school holidays/vacations is necessary to meet the needs of clients; this includes groups, meetings, and any assigned clients
• Participation in facilitating at least one group at a community site (mileage is reimbursable)
• Flexibility in job responsibilities - must be willing to do some clerical work and housework, as Judi's House is a place where everyone pitches in to get the job done
• Participation in special clinical projects, as assigned
• Participation in a thorough case conceptualization and presentation
• Participation in at least one special event or opportunity to represent Judi's House in the community (may occur on a weekend)
• Participation in our internship training, held in early-August (Aug 15, 16, 17)
• Commitment to Evaluation and Research protocol
• Follow all requirements as outlined in Program Policies and Procedures Manual
• Registration with DORA during internship; guidance and timeline provided after internship start
• Maintain Professional liability insurance during internship

Our Commitment to Trainees:
• Minimum of one hour of individual supervision per week
• Minimum of two hours of Clinical Review and case consultation per week
• Monthly intern support meeting
• Experience working with most/all age groups throughout year
• Experience facilitating school or community groups
• Experience conducting comprehensive psychosocial assessments
• Experience doing individual/family counseling (depending on schedule and need; likely only 2-4 clients assigned over the course of internship)
• In-house trainings on grief, trauma, and other mental health related topics
• Commitment towards self-care for all staff/interns
• Allotted 40 hours of personal time off
• Experience and supervision hours towards licensure (compliant with Colorado DORA) if all degree requirements have been met prior to end of training commitment

This position has been closed and is no longer available.
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