C.G. Jung Institute Clinic - San Francisco

(415) 771-8055

Agency Description

The James Goodrich Whitney Clinic was established over 50 years ago to serve the San Francisco Bay area. We offer low fee services to adults of who are unable to afford standard fees but are interested in longer-term depth psychotherapy informed by Jungian theory.

Agency Mission

To offer training for professionals seeking accreditation as Jungian analysts; provide public programs and information services about Jungian psychology; to provide in-depth psychotherapy; and to provide predoctoral and MFT intern training in the low fee clinic (superviced by analysts).

Population

Neurotic, adjustment disorders, developmental issues, relational, life transitions, crisis, (addiction is assessed first to see if they can tolerate depth work depending on dependency).

Staff (#, Degree, Prof. Lic.)

# of Psychologists: 7

# of MFT/LCSW: 6

OVERALL Match Process Internship Info

PREDOC POSITIONS NUMBER UNFUNDED NUMBER FUNDED ANNUAL STIPEND START DATE END DATE HOURS PER WEEK HOURS PER YEAR
Half-time 0 8 3000.00 09/13/2021 08/31/2022 22 1056
Full-time 0 0 09/13/2021 08/31/2022 0 0
PREDOC POSITIONS IND. SUPERVISION HRS/WK GRP. SUPERVISION HRS/WK
Half-time 2.00 0.00
Full-time 0.00 0.00

CURRENT Match Phase Needs

This Data is Informational Only. The Official Track and Available Position data is provided on the InternFit platform.

TRACK NAME TYPE NUMBER OF INTERNS
Single Track HT-2YR 1

Required days and times

Case Conference/Seminars Mondays Didactic 1:45-5:45pm and either Tuesday 10:30-12:15 or Wednesday 10:30-12:15 (to be assigned).

Training and Education Offered

In addition to helping the student attain a higher level of clinical competence, we place a high value on the integration of the identity and personal development of the intern-therapist. Interns can attend Institute colloquium and public programs for free; full library privileges.

X-Cultural Training

Opportunties:

Didactic Seminars Supervision Working with patients

Language(s) staff can use in the delivery of clinical services:

Mandarin (we currently have one intern who speaks this language in the past we have had Spanish speaker)

Responsibilities

Average caseload of 12. Two hour case conference; 3 hours didactic seminar; 2 hours of intake assessment; 60% direct patient contact. 2-3 hours of individual supervision. Community meeting half hour.

Prerequisites

Required/Desired Experience:

substance abuse, trauma, dual diagnosis, grief and loss treatment, adult population, life transitions

Brief Description of Requirements:

Prior clinical experience in inpatient or outpatient settings. It is recommended that interns be in psychotherapy or analysis.

Application Procedures

All application materials to be turned via email or snail mail to Clinical Director. Applicants will be contacted via email or phone for initial interview. Contact Clinic Coordinator Deborah Igoa-Kuhn (x205) to obtain forms (supplemental application) or download from our website www.sfjung.org. 1) Cover letter 2) CV or resume 3) CAPIC application 4) 3 letters of reference 5) Grad School Transcripts 6) Our own supplemental application is required besides CAPIC's (we provide a checklist to follow)

Interview Process:

We select some for interview from all applications received. We interview the applying interns individually in a selection committee of 4-5 analysts.

What we are looking for:

Someone interested in analytical and depth psychology. Someone with an interest in Jung. Someone in their own personal therapy (does not have to be with a Jungian Analyst).

Additional application docs required (if any)

  • Transcripts - Graduate
  • Supplement Application Form
  • Other - Supplemental Application CAPIC Uniform Application (CUA) Cover letter, Letter of interest Curriculum Vitae - Submitted online CAPIC Eligibility and Readiness Form (CERF) 3 Letters of Recommendation Advanced students with prior clinical experience Supplemental application is required please contact Clinic Coordinator at: clinic@sfjung.org or download from our website - www.sfjung.org

Additional Comments

Please email (clinic@sfjung.org) for our Jung Institute application, which we require as well as the CPAIC application (this can also be downloaded online at our website www.sfjung.org).
  • County - San Francisco
  • Contact Person Title - Clinic Coordinator
  • Contact Person - Deborah Igoa-Kuhn, MFT
  • Dir. of Training Title - Clinical Director
  • Dir. of Training - Gale Lipsyte, Ph.D

  • Last Updated - 14 December 2020

  • Number of Applicants Last Year - 4

  • Participating in CURRENT Match process - Yes

  • CAPIC Program ID - I-138
  • Region - No. Cal
  • Internships Status - Half
  • Statuses approved by CAPIC
    • Half-Time 1 Year - Yes
    • Half-Time 2 Years - Yes
    • Full-Time 1 Year - No
  • CAPIC Internship Types Available:
    • Half-Time 1 Year - No
    • Half-Time 2 Years - Yes
    • Full-Time 1 Year - No

Primary Location

  • Executive Director - Steve Hargis-Bullen
  • 2040 Gough St
  • San francisco, CA 94109
  • Phone - (415) 771-8055
  • Fax - (415) 771-8055

Training/Clinical Services Offered

  • Brief
  • Couple
  • Individual
  • Long Term
  • Outpatient