We are currently seeking 2 post-grad MFT Interns to begin in 2018. Interns will be supervised by Dino Di Donato (MFT #39831) in a private practice setting. Interns receive a lot of support and are encouraged to create groups and workshops. Candidates should:

  • Share our commitment to mindfulness and social justice.


  • Already have some clients and/or an outreach plan to seek referrals.


  • Have some experience working with agencies or community mental health.


  • Be interested in Humanistic-Existential and mindfulness-based approaches to psychotherapy.


Commit to a caseload of at least 6-10 clients and at least one year with our practice.

Women, people of color, and LGBTQ people are strongly encouraged to apply.

For more information or to apply with your CV/resume and cover letter, please contact

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