Welcome to the Clark University Center for Counseling and Personal Growth (CPG). For the 2018-2019 academic year, CPG offers a training program for both an Advanced Practicum placement (2 positions) as well as a Pre-Doctoral Internship placement (2 positions). You will find that our program offers a wealth of training and clinical opportunities, a supportive environment, and the flexibility to tailor the experience to fit your individual training needs. Our staff is enthusiastic about your training and dedicated to help guide you in your journey to become a therapist.
Both advanced practicum and internship trainees are an integral part of the Center for Counseling and Personal Growth (CPG) at Clark University. They are encouraged to actively participate in various aspects of CPG’s functioning and assume a major role in the delivery of services. Our staff places a high premium on creating an environment that is professionally stimulating, open to change, and sufficiently flexible to accommodate individual training needs.
Clark University is a private, liberal arts university that is located in Worcester, Massachusetts. Its diverse student population consists of 2,300 undergraduates and 1,000 graduate students. It is widely known for its Psychology and Geography Departments. Clark students are passionately committed to community and social justice issues. Clark University is widely known for being the location of Sigmund Freud’s famous “Clark Lectures” in 1909, which introduced psychoanalysis to the United States.