Mental Health - Bachelor's level

The Mental Health Intern's role is to support the operations of the company. This is a part-time position and is volunteer-based. This position reports directly to the Director of Social Skills Services.


  • Provide clerical support to all staff, with a focus on the preparation of clinical and marketing materials needed for daily operations.
  • Provide direct therapy services with Skill Sprout clients within the mental health department, which may include social skills treatment and assisting lead line therapists with group therapy sessions. Services will only be delivered on an outpatient basis in the office setting.
  • Collect data, prepare materials and train other line therapist staff as directed by Consultants.
  • Check mailbox daily, routing mail to administration.
  • Greet visitors and clients, notifying staff when clients and their parents arrive.
  • Check telephone voicemails daily, recording and relaying messages in writing and via email.
  • Collect and enter data related to the daily operations of the four clinic location in order to support the Office Utilization Analysis project.
  • Attend all team meetings as needed, as well as special projects meetings and committee meetings, as needed.
  • Create an inventory of office supplies and equipment, preparing requests as needed to be approved by the Director of Social Skills prior to submission to administration.
  • Organize the clinic rooms, cabinets, supply closets and common spaces.
  • Insure that each clinic room has the following at the start of each business day: hand sanitizer, surface wipes, timer and box of tissues.
  • Commit to and follow a weekly schedule.
  • Report directly to the Director of Social Skills.
  • Conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times when working with staff, clients and families.
  • Other duties as assigned.


The Mental Health Student will have the following experience and attributes:

  • Candidates will be actively pursuing employment in a human service field.
  • Minimum of a 3.0 G.P.A.
  • Preferred prior experience working with children with disabilities; experience working with typically developing children will be considered as well

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