Training and Consultation
Join Lakeview Center for Psychotherapy!
Lakeview Center for Psychotherapy is pleased to announce we have openings for part-time multicultural therapists in our collaborative practice. If you have experience in multicultural therapy, racial identity and racial trauma and are interested in transitioning to private practice by building your practice on weekends, please contact us.
Lakeview Center does not take a percentage of fees collected by associates, rather associates pay a flat monthly fee for rent and all expenses. Lakeview Center offers the opportunity to build your practice, receive all CEUS needed, collaborate on cases in multiple modalities, and work in a supportive collegial atmosphere. Applicants need to be familiar with a relational integrative approach to therapy and be paneled with BCBS insurance. BIPOC are strongly encouraged to apply. Please email email@example.com with questions.
To apply, please email a cover letter, CV, and a recent picture to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your letter please discuss what draws you to an integrative relational approach, a description of your orientation, what types of clients and problems you enjoy working with and which you find most challenging, and what theorists and experiences have influenced you most.
At Lakeview Center we offer training and consultation opportunities for graduate and postgraduate clinicians. Both newer and seasoned clinicians are welcome to participate in the various groups and programs we offer, or you can contact one of our therapists for individual consultation on your work with clients. Several of us specialize in various modalities or orientations of clinical work such as psychodynamic, integrative, group, mind-body, couples, etc. and can provide consultation for your own practice. CEUs are available for Psychologists, Social Workers and Clinical Counselors. Please scroll down to read about our offerings.
The Postgraduate Fellowship Program is designed to help exceptionally qualified and motivated early career psychotherapists to become flexible, creative integrative therapists and to learn the skills necessary to succeed in private practice. Postgraduate Fellows will gain experience with several therapeutic approaches including relational psychodynamic and psychoanalytic, integrative, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and mind-body psychotherapies. Fellows will also be introduced to the professional aspects of developing a private practice in our cooperative group practice setting. Fellows should have a strong interest and/or experience in relational psychodynamic therapy.
The Lakeview Center Postgraduate Fellowship Program is a paid, two-year, full-time training experience. Compensation is based on a percentage of fees collected; fellows can expect to earn around $50-$65K yearly.
The Fellow will:
1. Participate in peer consultation groups with established clinicians;
2. Provide supervision to and didactic trainings for externs at Lakeview Center;
3. Conduct community and online outreach, consultation and marketing;
4. Learn fee-setting and all business components of running a practice; and
5. Gain all supervised licensure hours required to sit for post-graduate clinical licensing exams.
Fellows will have a caseload of 24-26 hours of individual clients weekly and will have the opportunity to lead a DBT skills group. Hours are flexible; some weekend or evening hours are required to accommodate working clients.
We will be accepting applications for the 2022 two-year Fellowship starting November 1, 2021. Please submit your cover letter, CV, a picture, and two to letters of recommendation via email to email@example.com. In your letter please discuss what draws you to a n integrative relational approach, a description of your orientation, what types of clients and problems you enjoy working with and which you find most challenging, and what theorists and experiences have influenced you most.
Interviews will begin in December and we will keep accepting applications until the position is filled. The Fellowship period begins July 1, 2022 and ends June 30, 2024.
Graduate Student Externship
We accept two graduate student externs per year for a practicum in psychology, counseling, or social work. Externs must be in their second year or later of a Masters or Doctoral program, and have had at least one previous psychotherapy practicum. Externs should be self-motivated and independent, as Lakeview Center for Psychotherapy is a private practice setting.
Externs will learn though weekly individual clinical supervision with two senior Lakeview Center therapists, peer consultation groups, seminars and clinical training meetings. They will have the opportunity to work with a variety of clients of all ages in individual, couple and group psychotherapy modalities. The externship experience will include training in relational psychodynamic psychotherapy, integrative psychotherapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Externs should have experience and/or interest in relational psychodynamic therapy.
Lakeview Center follows the ACEPT guidelines and schedule for ACEPT programs. We accept masters level students earlier according to the guidelines of their programs. We accept practicum applications beginning January 1. Applications should include a cover letter, resume, academic transcript, a recent picture, and two to three letters of recommendation from people who can discuss your psychotherapy skills and personality strengths. In your cover letter please discuss what draws you to a n integrative relational psychodynamic approach, a description of your orientation, what types of clients and problems you enjoy working with and which you find most challenging, and what theorists and experiences have influenced you most.
Please email all materials to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact Dr. Dworkin with questions.
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Transition Fellowship
This one-year fellowship is aimed at licensed clinicians who have been working in a setting that does not allow them to practice psychodynamic psychotherapy. This may include jobs that focus on administration and casework, or that focus only on short-term or CBT interventions. This fellowship will allow the clinician to learn psychodynamic psychotherapy and to eventually make the transition to private practice. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
Contact: Niquie Dworkin, PhD
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Fellowship
This open-ended fellowship will enable licensed and unlicensed clinicians to learn intensive psychoanalytic psychotherapy under the supervision of an experienced contemporary psychoanalytic clinician. Fellows will see three clients 3-5 times a week until each client is able to shift their unconscious conflicts and long-standing relationship patterns with self and others. Applications for this fellowship will be accepted on a rolling basis.
Contact: Niquie Dworkin, PhD
Integrative Psychotherapy Consultation Group
Contact: Niquie Dworkin, PhD
Monthly, time TBA.
This group is open to newer, post-graduate therapists as well as therapists who wish to integrate new orientations and interventions into their repertoire. We will focus on combining symptom-focused and insight-oriented interventions from psychodynamic, cognitive/behavioral, and experiential traditions, and will discuss cases from an integrative relational perspective.
The experienced psychotherapists of Lakeview Center for Psychotherapy provide clinical consultation and supervision to other mental health professionals, individually, or in groups. We provide consultation via phone or video worldwide. Fees are set on a sliding scale basis. We are able to provide specialized guidance to therapists who are working with clients struggling with eating disorders, substance abuse and other addictions, compulsive self-injury, and personality disorders. We offer consultation on various modalities of treatment, including individual, couples, and group. Read more about a relational approach to supervision and consultation here.
Please check our therapists’ individual bios for information on their consultation specialties and feel free to reach out to the person who interests you. If you want us match you with the best consultant for you, contact us today.
A Relational Experiential Model of Integrative Therapy
Using readings, lectures, and case discussions, this online 6 week class will present a theoretically integrative model of relational psychotherapy. Topics to be covered include: innate psychological needs, development, case formulation, the ethics of psychotherapy integration, the therapeutic relationship, choosing interventions, transference and countertransference, and other topics tbd by the needs of the individuals in the class. CEUs, including one hour of ethics will be provided. Time and dates to be determined by participants’ schedules. Cost $375
For more information, contact Niquie Dworkin at email@example.com.