Training

Investing in the future, serving the present.

At TGM, advanced graduate students in counseling and psychology have the opportunity to receive unique training opportunities and experiences while serving the communities they are passionate about.

Only the best.

Our masters- and doctoral-level trainees go through an application and interview process, during which we evaluate for training experiences, clinical skills, worldview, and areas of expertise. We offer positions to only a select few trainees who have the skills and potential to serve our populations, and who uphold our mission, values, and commitments.

Ongoing education.

Throughout their time with us, trainees receive 3-4 hours per week of direct education from supervisors, guest lecturers, and professional educational programs, in addition to their ongoing academic coursework. TGM training experiences emphasize our diverse populations, with specific focus on the arts community, as well as Deaf, Queer/Trans, BIPoC, and Sex Worker populations.

Supervision and mentorship.

Our trainees receive more than five hours of direct supervision from licensed clinicians every week. This offers them the opportunity to develop case conceptualizations, treatment plans, and intervention approaches with the support of an experienced clinician and their trainee cohort.


Clinical Supervisors: Dr. Karen McDowell, Monique Champagne