We all remember the pivotal years surrounding graduate school. It was exciting, yet stressful, and we had A LOT of questions!
Now that time has passed, and knowledge has been gained, there is no better way to give back than directly to the up-and-coming MFTs.
That’s where the Metro MFT Mentorship Program comes in!
Each interested clinical mentor will be matched with a graduate student, recent graduate, or newly licensed clinician. Mentors will answer questions, give advice, and offer support as needed.
It will be up to the mentor, and their match, to determine the frequency of contact as well as how interactions take place (email, phone, virtually, or in-person).
Mentors, and their match, will determine if interactions occur as questions arise or on a schedule.
Possible topics to explore may include life after graduate school, how to start a private practice, networking as a professional, or ways to explore CEU opportunities.
We ask that mentors commit to one year with their match but want to emphasize that this commitment is meant to be flexible and can easily fit into anyone’s schedule.
If you are interested in this opportunity to directly give back, please email firstname.lastname@example.org