Several of our counselors offer supervision for clinicians who have graduated with their Master's or Ph.D. and are earning hours towards licensure. If you are interested in obtaining supervision, please read our bios and contact the clinician whom you think would be the best fit for you. You can also contact Dr. Hannah Davis, our internship coordinator, via the contact box below. Forge clinicians are also open to providing triadic or group supervision if a team or group of clinicians are interested.
Forge Counseling Collective is proud to offer internship opportunities for new professionals working on completing their Master's or Doctoral degrees. We provide exemplary supervision, informed by several of our clinicians' advanced training in Counselor Education and Supervision. We have worked with many universities in Colorado and we are always excited to work with more.
We are a great fit for students who are self-motivated, have strong clinical skills, and enjoy working as part of a dynamic team. We also require that students plan to spend at least 2 semesters at Forge, and we recommend 3 semesters (a full calendar year).
Please note: Given the current situation with COVID-19, we are offering some sessions, supervision, team meetings, etc. via telehealth. It is your responsibility to ensure that our procedures meet your university's guidelines.