Clinical Internships

Therapy Center of Philadelphia offers a robust clinical internship program to students in their final year of Masters level training. The position is acquired through interview and the selection process can be highly competitive.

Student interns are expected to provide weekly individual or couples therapy to the cases assigned to them with the possibility of co-facilitating a group. Typically, interns work 15 to 20 hours per week—ten of which will be face-to-face therapy. Students also gain experience assisting with the intake process, conducted both phone screenings and intake interviews. 

We do ask that interns have some evening or weekend availability. Student interns may also be asked to assist staff with other projects, such as helping to update referral resources, conducting research, doing outreach, attending community events, coordinating workshops, etc. All interns are matched with a clinical supervisor, who will meet with them for an hour on a weekly basis to support the student around building their clinical skills. Interns are also expected to attend all group supervisions with other students and staff therapists. 

The internship program is designed for students to receive a great deal of support while at TCP. Due to the nature of our work, we seek intern applicants with some clinical experience. We also seek interns who will embrace our feminist roots, as well as our ongoing work around gender and racial equity and justice.

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to us at

Applications for the academic school year are accepted from January 1st to March 31st. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, and due to the limited nature of availability, applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible. POC and Trans / Non-Binary identified folks are strongly encouraged to apply.

Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Therapy Center of Philadelphia (TCP) seeks a full-time post-doctoral fellow to join its dynamic staff for the 2021-2022 year. Located in Center City Philadelphia, TCP has been providing affordable, quality, psychotherapy services to women, transgender, and gender-expansive people since 1972. We offer therapy services that welcomes diverse experiences across race, sexuality, class, gender identity, culture, religion, and nationality. We offer all our services from an trauma-informed, intersectional framework that attends to aspects of social location and oppression as integral to the therapy relationship and work. We offer opportunities for the successful candidate to enhance clinical skills in conducting psychotherapy, supervision, and assessment, while learning how to incorporate a social justice, relational and intersectional approach. We are seeking a Postdoctoral candidate who will possess these values and who is interested in growing in within this clinical framework.
The postdoc will receive two hours of individual supervision per week and participate in group supervision and staff meetings. The position is full time and includes managing all community outreach activities as well as program evaluation conducted at the agency. Compensation includes a stipend of $30,000 for the year with 10 paid personal days. We are particularly interested in therapists of color, bilingual therapists, and transgender or gender expansive therapists.
Applicants should email a letter of interest, your CV, and two letters of reference with at least one being from someone who knows your clinical work to Deborah Seagull, PhD, LCSW at for consideration.
Deadline for applications is March 6th, 2021.