Creative Family Counseling is committed to inspiring future and upcoming therapists to provide evidence-based and developmentally-informed counseling for children, teens, and families. Because of this priority, the practice’s leadership team has developed a Counseling Student Internship Program, where masters level counseling students (those students enrolled in an accredited masters level counseling program) can apply and interview to become a member of the Creative Family Counseling team as a Student Intern.
Interns at the practice receive training and supervision while executing their educational institution’s requirements for internships and practicum placements. Interns at all levels are invited to apply to our practice. Ideal intern candidates include those who are enthusiastic about working with children, teens, and families. While the Interns’ caseloads will include clients across the lifespan, including children, teens, adults, and couples, a large portion of their caseload will include children.
Interns’ supervision, training, and education at their internship will emphasize the use of developmentally-informed theories for children and parents, which include expressive therapies such as play therapy, as well as positive parenting from the Positive Discipline philosophy.
Interns interested in applying to our practice can do so by sending a cover letter, resume, and their educational institution’s program requirements for their practicum and internship to Lisa Cardwell at LisaHCardwell@protonmail.com.
Mary Clay Edinger
I am a student intern at Creative Family Counseling and am currently working on a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy at Louisville Presbyterian Seminary.
I am currently pursuing my Master’s degree in both Marriage and Family Therapy as well as in Divinity at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
I am a student intern at Creative Family Counseling’s Lyndon Campus pursuing my Master of Science in Couple and Family Therapy.
I am a student intern at Creative Family Counseling’s Prospect Campus pursuing a Master’s of Science in Couple and Family Therapy at the University of Louisville.
I am a student intern at Creative Family Counseling’s Lyndon Campus in my final year of the University of Louisville’s Master of Couple and Family Therapy Program.
I am currently a student at the University of Louisville working towards my master’s in Couple and Family Therapy.
I am a student intern at Creative Family Counseling’s Prospect Campus pursuing my MAMFT at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.