Registered Intern Quick Guide to Florida Chapter 491
Are you preparing to graduate soon from your Master’s program in (Marriage and Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling, or Clinical Social Work) and aren’t sure what the next steps are to become a Florida Chapter 491 Registered Intern? Maybe you’re currently a Registered Intern, but aren’t sure of what you need to become licensed? If so, this online course is for you!
In this one-of-a-kind online course, Dr. Kate Campbell, LMFT & Katie Lemieux, LMFT talk about the process of becoming a Registered Intern, with their very own Marketing Extraordinaire, Jessica Jefferson (Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern). They discuss the entire process of becoming a Registered Intern, the jobs that are readily available and EVERYTHING you need to know about supervision.
The path to licensure can be a long and windy one, so it’s vital that you’re aware of the required steps, potential opportunities, and resources to optimize and expedite your journey to licensure! So take this opportunity to help you own you journey from graduate to licensed professional!
- Understand the requirements for becoming a Registered Intern.
- Review the requirements for applying and obtaining a License.
- Discuss supervision and how to find a qualified supervisor.
- Identify common job opportunities and provide tips for gaining employment as a Registered Intern.
To get a taste of Jessica’s passion and presentation style, listen to her podcast on The Private Practice Startup Podcast Episode 7: How to Avoid 5 Mistakes Practitioners Make in Social Media.