Training Program

Clinical Training Program

Training professional mental health therapists is a key component to the identity of the Counseling Center at the University of Northern Iowa. Masters and Doctoral level students, representing the fields of Clinical Psychology, Social Work, and Mental Health Counseling will practice in a clinical setting with diverse clients experiencing a broad range of clinical concerns. Experienced clinicians provide the highest quality supervision and training tailored to each trainee’s specific experiences, specialties, strengths. Our passion is helping students become clinicians. 

Please email with any questions related to the Clinical Training program at UNI's Counseling Center.

To apply for one of our internship opportunities please complete the Internship application and return to the UNI Student Health Clinic or email to

Graduate Assistant Position(s)

The UNI Counseling Center employs a varying number of graduate assistants each year to assist with facilitation of mental health training for the campus community, running the Counseling Center social media profiles, collaborating with campus partners, and other mental health related tasks as needed. The applications for the upcoming academic year will be posted in the Spring semester for individuals interested in starting a position during the following Fall semester. If you have any questions, contact the Director of the UNI Psychiatric and Counseling Services by emailing