Proudly Serving Montgomery County Maryland
301 Inspiration Lane, Second Floor, Gaithersburg, MD 20878
If you’re within a reasonable driving distance from Gaithersburg, Potomac, Rockville, Germantown, Boyds, Darnstown, Derwood, Olney, North Bethesda, etc., our practice environment and population might be just what you’re looking for.
We are an established (since 2005), exclusively fee-for-service private practice in the heart of the Kentland’s award winning new urbanist community. Our collaboratively minded, skilled, no drama, collegial clinical staff is well respected in the community. Ann Connolly, our gem of a sweetheart office manager, runs a tight ship with regard to billing and reimbursement and keeps us well supplied to do our job. Our caseload of loyal clients come from the local community of suburban Montgomery County families.
Our practice design allows for scheduling flexibility and our founder strongly supports every member of our team achieving work/life/school/family balance. The practice environment offers spacious, well appointed offices, high tech office support systems for communication and scheduling, and is located in a safe, picturesque neighborhood bustling with shops, restaurants, and free and easy parking.
Ideal candidates are individuals who are interested in exclusively, or primarily, offering conservative medication evaluations and management to our adults and teens.
Minimum Requirements Include:
Dr. Elizabeth Carr
240-252-3349 ext. 801
If you’re a Senior in High School who has taken or is taking AP Psychology or a College Student interested in Psychology looking for a high quality training opportunity we may be able to help.
Please note: As an exclusively fee-for-service private practice, we are NOT able to offer CLINICAL internships or externships to graduate students at this time. Our internships will NOT meet your clinical training program’s client contact hour requirements.
Our interns assist in doing background research for media posts, Facebook curating, TV interviews, Advice columns, etc. They collaborate in writing our our advice columns with our licensed clinicians, they assist in the management of our lending library, assist in public speaking planning and preparation. They can assist our office manager to learn about some of the administrative aspects of practice management. They lead narrowly scoped projects such as the Main Street Trick or Treat event. And they have limited direct interaction with clients on administrative matters and on occasion assisting patients with using the Alpha Stim technology.
We do our best to ensure that we have interns in pairs to that they can practice person-centered therapy skills with each other in role-play type mini-sessions. To see a little of what this sort of therapy looks like, watch this video.
We demand much from our interns and will give much back in return.
Candidates must possess the following skills and qualities:
Interns will be given an outstanding opportunity to learn about the profession with a supportive staff who enjoys teaching and mentoring.
Internship Applicants and Placement Directors are invited to initiate inquires with:
Director of Administrative Hospitality
240-252-3349 ext. 805