2022 Virtual Counseling Internship Fair

Welcome to the 2022 Counseling Internship Fair!

This annual event connects supervisors and representatives of agencies, organizations, schools, and practices across the greater Portland Metro Area with over 100 graduate students ready to apply for placement in 2023/24. Your site’s participation supports future counselors and therapists in becoming well qualified to treat, care, and advocate for clients and patients needing mental health, addictions, and therapeutic support.​ This year’s fair will be held online via Zoom.

Internship Fair Event Details

Friday, November 4, 2022
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Online via Zoom

Site Registration*

*This registration form is for sites only. Students will receive separate information about attending the internship fair.

Promotional Materials

To ensure the most efficient use of time in Zoom breakout rooms with students, we kindly encourage our partners to send any promotional material about their site ahead of time for us to share with students prior to the fair. This could be a brief introductory video, PowerPoint, e-brochure, website, etc. Submissions may be sent to ctspplacement@lclark.edu. We will accept submissions until October 21, 2022.

Continuing Education for Supervisors

The Liberated Art Therapist-In-Training: Supervising in a New Era
1.5 CEU

When: Tuesday, November 1, 2022
11am - 12:30 pm (Zoom)


This workshop welcomes registered AT Internship Fair attendees and current AT supervisors. Please review the details below and explore your potential to participate.

Unfortunately no additional programs are able to provide continuing education opportunities this year. 

The Liberated Art Therapist-In-Training: Supervising in a New Era

Session Overview:

Relational discussion and art experiential will focus on intentional engagement in clinical supervision from an anti-oppressive systemic lens. Special attention will be given to the importance of collaborative supervision to support art therapy students as they gain understanding of the sociopolitical barriers that may negatively impact the clients they serve.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define liberation and sociopolitical influences.

  • Examine 1-2 systemic/environmental barriers that impact individuals receiving services.

  • Learn 1-2 creative strategies for collaborative, anti-oppressive clinical supervision.


Please click the register button below to RSVP through the Google form. Attendees will receive their 1.5 CEU certificate 5-10 business days after via email.



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