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Therapists or Graduate Student Clinicians (GSCs)
All therapy is provided by Graduate Student Clinicians (GSCs). They are all enrolled students in the doctoral clinical psychology training program at various levels, including 2nd years through graduation. GSCs are assigned to supervision teams who meet weekly in group and individual meeting formats with their clinical supervisors. Each therapist's clinical training work is staffed during these meetings. We have between 15 and 25 active therapists during any given year.
Clinic Associates (CA)
The Clinic Associates are advanced graduate students, who work under the supervision of the PSC Director. The Clinic Associates help maintain the administrative function of the clinic. Typically, the Clinic Associates conduct intake interviews, review the experience of graduate clinicians, and match clinicians with potential clients to help ensure that services meet clients' needs.
The Administrative Assistant facilitates the administrative flow to our clinic. This role is typically filled by Pauline Wolf, who has worked at the PSC for over five years. In addition to our main Administrative Assistant, there is typically a 4 pm to 8 pm individual, supportive volunteer staff member who donates approximately 2 hours of his or her time to assist in this role. This role is typically filled by first year students in the Graduate Clinical Training Program and an Administrative Bookkeeper (who works 6 pm- 8 pm on Thursday evenings).
The Administrative Bookkeeper is our accounting specialist. This role is filled by Jan Flatin, who has been with our clinic for more than a decade and is familiar with the oversight and maintenance of client accounts.
The PSC Director is responsible for the oversight of the general operations of the PSC, as well as supervising administrative staff and the Clinic Associates. In addition, the PSC Director staffs intakes and facilitates case assignments to the Graduate Student Clinicians (GSCs). This role is filled by Dr. Joseph Miller, an associate professor in the Department of Psychology at UND. Please see our About Us: Supervisors page for more information.