Graduate Training Opportunities

The Counseling Center at NC State University offers comprehensive training opportunities for emerging mental health professionals.  Our training programs are designed to prepare ethical and multiculturally affirming professionals.  We believe that supervised practical training plays an essential role in the development of new professionals and are excited to be a part of that process. We provide training to graduate students and recent graduates from diverse disciplines each year.  We strive to create a training community at the Counseling Center that reflects our multidisciplinary staff and the university and mental health fields at large.

The foundation of our training philosophy is experiential learning supported by supervision, mentoring, seminars and knowledge of the mental health services theory and practices of counseling, psychology, and social work.

Trainees and staff join in our training mission which values and respects collaboration, teamwork, self-awareness, and openness to learning. Self-reflection, introspection, constructive feedback, and interpersonal dialogue are highly valued aspects of our training.

Our staff includes clinical psychologists, counseling psychologists, clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors, and psychiatrists.  We work from diverse theoretical approaches that enrich our training climate with a focus on developmental issues and working within a time-limited model of clinical practice.  Each trainee becomes a valued member of the Counseling Center team and gain clinical experience providing individual and group counseling, crisis assessment, consultation, and outreach services.

For more information about a specific training program, please see the links below:

Counseling Practicum and Internship (Master’s Level)
Social Work Internship and Field Placement (Master’s Level)
Advanced Psychology Practicum (Doctoral Level)
Doctoral Practicum/Internship in Counselor Education and Supervision
Graduate Assistantships
Pre-Doctoral Internship in Psychology
Post-Master’s Counseling / Social Work Fellowship
Post-Doctoral Counseling / Psychology Fellowship

We have a multidisciplinary team working together to provide solid training and growth opportunities for trainees.  Our fast-paced, Counseling Center is housed within the Student Health Center at NC State University.  The strength of our training program includes our dedicated staff, the Center’s commitment to training, and our outstanding trainees.

Training Staff
Current Trainees
Description of the Site

For more information or questions, feel free to contact:

Richard Tyler, PhD/LPC-S
Assistant Director/Director of Training

919-513-1842
retyler@ncsu.edu