Catholic Charities of the Diocese has a history of successfully training the next generation of social workers for over 15 years. We provide supervision for master level and bachelor level students.  During their placement, interns experience working with clients who have various needs, ages, family constellations, cultural backgrounds, and mental health diagnoses.  Interns are exposed to the different ranges of the social work profession through Family Supportive Services, the Tattoo Removal Program, and Mental Health Counseling. Based on the academic level, interns have the opportunity to deliver therapy, support groups, educational groups, case-management, community outreach and be involved in administrative tasks, including research and grant writing.

  • The supervisor is bilingual, Spanish/English and is an Associate Clinical Social Worker with (10) years of experience in various educational settings, including research and (4) years of experience in managing a department, developing and implementing programs, writing and managing Federal, State, and local grants.
  • Preceptor or task supervisor is accessible as needed.
  • The following tools are used for learning purposes: case presentations, role-play, shadowing, and process recording among
  • Interns are required to participate in monthly team meetings and trainings.
  • The clinical supervisor is bilingual, Spanish/English, and is a licensed clinician with more than twenty five (25) years of experiences having practiced in multiple clinical settings.
  • Preceptors or task supervisors are available.
  • The following tools are used for learning purposes: case presentations, consultations, review of video-audio, and process recording of sessions
  • When possible, presentations by community therapists augment the staff’s clinical expertise.
  • Our Internship Program provides clinical practice for up to eight (8) Master students and/or Post-master, license eligible interns per year.