Post-Internship Clinical Fellowship
Thank you for your interest in the Ohio State Counseling and Consultation Service (CCS) Clinical Fellowship! This fellowship is an excellent opportunity to gain practical clinical experience with a diverse student population within a college counseling center. You will be challenged while receiving supervision and training among an experienced interdisciplinary staff at our center. CCS and I are committed to providing you with a variety of opportunities that will enhance your career as a mental health professional. Please feel free to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with any additional questions.
Amy Young, MSW, LISW-S
Assistant Director of Training, Clinical Fellowship Coordinator
Overview of Program
The focus of this fellowship is to provide individuals with supervised clinical practice opportunities to refine clinical skills in preparation for functioning as an independent practitioner in a university mental health setting. Fellows experience a supportive environment that encourages greater professional autonomy balanced with support and numerous opportunities for consultation with seasoned senior staff throughout the year. Clinical Fellows are valued as contributing colleagues within a broader multidisciplinary mental health training program and human service agency housed within a university community.
The Clinical Fellowship program at CCS is a distinct program in our comprehensive, multidisciplinary training program. The primary role of the Clinical Fellow is to provide clinical services utilizing the experiences gleaned from completion of an internship program or other relevant experience. A “learning by doing” philosophy of training is the foundation of the Clinical Fellow program, in part, based on the assumption that a more structured/didactic approach to training was provided in prior training experiences. Access to formal training activities, including a weekly case conference, assists individuals with the integration and augmentation of former training and clinical practice experiences. Clinical Fellows maintain a flexible work schedule that includes working five days a week with two of these days including evening hours. The Clinical Fellowship is a multidisciplinary training program that may include representatives from psychology, counseling and social work fields.