Donate Clinical Hours Pro-Bono and make a difference for our veterans and service members
With the Growing Demand for Our Services, the Need for Licensed Professionals Continues to Increase.
The Soldiers Project requires clinicians to attend three educational seminars before they can offer their services to our clients. Your application process is complete when you have undertaken these training sessions relevant to the needs of the military and their loved ones. Two of the trainings may be Internet-based. One training must occur by attending a workshop/conference sponsored by The Soldiers Project in person. Additionally, clinicians need to possess their own malpractice Insurance, current license and have access to a private office in which to treat our clients. All therapy services will be provided at no charge, even if the clinician is a member of Tri-Care or other insurance panel. Please submit copies of your current insurance, license and curriculum vitae when applying. Graduate students and Interns are welcome to attend our workshops and trainings but may not see Clients through The Soldiers Project until fully licensed.
Apply today and serve those who serve!
Click here for a PDF application. Fax applications to (818) 761-7476.
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The Soldiers Project Memberships / Professional Organizations
The Soldiers Project is a proud Member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, a professional organization dedicated to providing licensed Marriage Family Therapists with education and networking opportunities in support of its membership.
NASW: The Soldiers Project is a proud member of the National Association of Social Workers, the largest social work organization in the United States with more than 130,000 members. NASW provides information in assisting its membership with training, CE credits as well as legal and ethical guidance.