“The level of training, supervision, consultation, and professional development offered at Josselyn is unparalleled. Josselyn walks the walk when it comes to helping employees and interns grow in their careers,” he said.
This year’s class of interns, selected from a highly competitive pool of candidates, further exemplifies Josselyn’s standing as a preferred option for those seeking high quality training in the mental health field.
Incoming intern Georgia Pappas, who is pursuing a Master of Science in clinical mental health counseling at National Louis University, explains her internship decision. “I wanted an internship at Josselyn even before applying for my graduate program because I spoke to a mental health professional who completed their own training at Josselyn over twenty years ago and I learned about Josselyn’s dedication to teaching future clinicians.”
What sets Josselyn apart is its commitment to providing a supportive and collaborative environment for its interns and employees. Thomas Tharayil, LCSW, BCD, Director of Internships, believes that one of Josselyn’s key strengths is its emphasis on clinical supervision and training, ensuring that clinicians are well-prepared to empathically respond to their clients, and the complex range of challenges they face. “We understand that the best way to ensure our clients receive the highest level of care is to invest in our clinicians,” he said.