Additional Internship Programs
Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai Beth Israel offer internship programs for trainees in social work and family therapy. These programs provide a full range of training experiences in clinical practice with an ethnically and socioeconomically diverse population of urban children, adolescents and families. Patients present with a variety of psychiatric, educational and psychosocial difficulties as well as family issues. Interns observe assessments, provide a broad array of individual, group, and milieu therapies, and participate in didactics and seminars.
The Internship in Social Work at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s places master’s level social work students in the Outpatient Department to provide a variety of treatment services, or at CARES where they are part of a milieu treatment setting united by a Dialectical Behavior Therapy model.
The Internship for Master’s in Family Therapy at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s places master’s level family therapy students at the Outpatient Department where they provide ongoing treatment in addition to coordinating and presenting at parent psychoeducation groups.
The Internship in Social Work at Mount Sinai Beth Israel places master’s level social work students (from New York University) in the Child and Family Behavioral Health Service to provide ongoing treatment using a Systems Theory approach.