Graduate Internship Inquiries

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Warner Pacific is a Christ-centered, urban, liberal arts college dedicated to providing students from diverse backgrounds an education that prepares them to engage actively in a constantly changing world.

Cover a Wide Array of Issues

Interns may have the opportunity to provide individual, group, and/or couples counseling, psycho-education and guest speaking to students, faculty and staff, and student advocacy. Counseling is free and available to all students on campus. Graduate counseling interns, the Outreach Coordinator & Counselor, and the Director of Counseling staff the counseling center.

Surprisingly, we cover a wide array of issues like:

  • anxiety
  • depression
  • chemical abuse/dependence
  • trauma
  • relationship issues
  • grief
  • eating disorders
  • adjustment
  • abuse/assault
  • psychiatric referral
  • multicultural
  • legal
  • financial issue

Intern Qualifications

Warner Pacific is seeking LPC-track counseling interns who have a passion and desire to authentically care for and work with traditional and non-traditional aged college students of various backgrounds toward health and healing. Interns will be expected to have a positive, open and teachable disposition with their peers and supervisor as well as a willingness to connect and engage with faculty, staff and students.

Internship applications for the 2020-2021 school year will be available the beginning of January 2020.  Application deadline is TBD.  To receive an application, please email your request and attach your resume to Gene Hall, MA, LPC – Director of the Counseling Center at ghall@warnerpacific.edu.