LGBTQ Fellowship Program
KIP seeks highly qualified candidates to apply for our 2019 LGBTQ Clinical Fellowship program. Through this unique, highly competitive program, fellows gain advanced clinical expertise in working with LGBTQ people. Participation in the fellowship fully meets New York State requirements for clinical licensure in social work and mental health counseling.
Pathway to Licensure
A cornerstone of KIP’s clinical training, the Pathway To Licensure (PTL) program provides unique opportunities for recent graduates of social work (LMSWs) and mental health counseling (MHC-LP) programs to accrue hours for New York State clinical licensure. In addition to carrying the necessary caseload to qualify for hours in the required timeframe, candidates receive individual supervision, group supervision, and in-service training.
KIP provides unique opportunities for graduate students to receive intensive clinical experience and supervision. We partner with Columbia University, Hunter College, Fordham University, New York University, City College, Northwestern University and other leading institutions to provide students with unparalleled training that prepares them for advanced clinical practice.