Mental Health Student Internships Summer/Fall 2019 and January 2020

We are looking for a mental health student intern for the Summer/Fall of 2019 and January 2020. Students can be seeking their Master's in the mental health field, before pursing licensure in LMFT or LPCC. Please send resume and cover letter to CEO Tim Mortenson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Details on internship:

The internship will allow an intern to receive anywhere from 10 up to 20 hours per week.  It will last a minimum of 9 months, with opportunity for up to 1 year. Based on your school’s requirements for supervision, you will be assigned a supervisor and be able to get supervision hours on site.  This internship allows for an intern to gain experience with some private practice, group work, individual, couple and family counseling as well as administrative/clerical work required by therapists.  No previous DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) experience is required.  Opportunities to get training in DBT can be discussed to gain further knowledge.  Hours will be during the days and evenings and possible Saturdays, based on the availability of the intern and clients supportive of shadowing.  This internship can be flexible as long as all requirements that need to be made for the school’s criteria as well as Bridging Hope Counseling’s criteria and your school are being met.  Hours may vary based on clients, intern availability etc.

Supervisor for January 2020 Internship: Breanna Heintzelman, MA, LMFT