Counseling and Support Services at 2101 Minnehaha Ave
Every now and then, something gets the best of us. Whether it is a feeling like sadness, a behavior like hyperactivity, a reaction like anger, or things in life adding up and getting stressful. These things can affect us in different ways: physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. You are not alone.
Counseling and support services consist of outpatient mental and behavioral health services. We are committed to decolonizing our healing work with clients and include traditional and cultural practices in our services.
Mental Health Services (Outpatient)
- Individual counseling
- Psychological assessments
- Psychiatric services
- Therapy groups
- Hand drum groups (vary for youth, women, and men of all ages)
- Crisis intervention
- Integrated Care and Consultation with Clinic Programs
School-based behavioral health services at Anishinabe Academy, Sanford Middle School, and the Takoda Prep of AIOIC
Doctoral Psychology Training Program
The Indian Health Board also has a robust psychology training program housed within the C&S Clinic. We accept doctoral-level trainees for therapy and advanced therapy practica, psychology internship (application through the APPIC member #1992), and postdoctoral fellowship (APPIC member #9917).
If you are enrolled in or graduated from a qualified doctoral-level psychology program and are interested in the culturally-aware psychology training we provide, please download our brochure for more information or contact the Training Director, Dr. Luz Salinas, at 612-721-9804 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Doctoral-Level Psychology Practicum
We provide training and advanced training to doctoral level practica students who are planning careers in community mental health or the American Indian community. For more information on this program, contact the Training Director, Dr. Luz Salinas, at 612-721-9804 or email@example.com
APA-Accredited Doctoral Psychology Internship
Postdoctoral Fellowships in Psychology
For the 2022-2023 fellowship year, we are planning for two postdoctoral fellowship tracks, the traditional outpatient clinical track and the integrated behavioral health (IBH) track that includes 20% outpatient mental health clinic and 80% medical clinic-based behavioral health services.
The 2022-23 brochure and manual is coming soon, and the application due date for these positions is January 28, 2022. Please note that Indian Health Board is following the APPIC postdoctoral selection guidelines.
Contact Dr. Luz Angelica Salinas for information about either Postdoctoral Fellowship tracks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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