Student Intervention Team

Student Intervention Team (SIT) - Clinical Internship Program

Supporting Emerging Mental Health Professionals

The Student Intervention Team (SIT) recruits, trains and supervises a yearly cohort of approximately 40-50 graduate-level clinical interns. These emerging mental health professionals provide individual and group school-based mental health support to the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD). They are Master’s or post-Master’s level graduate students in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Professional Clinical Counseling from prestigious universities nationwide. Interns have the opportunity to pursue research endeavors and can fulfill hours to earn a Pupil Personnel Service Credential. Many interns go on to utilize their training as SFUSD employees upon completion of their internship.

For the most up to date information, including how to apply, please view our SIT Landing Page.

School-Based Mental Health Services

Supporting PreK-12 Students and Families

Under the direct clinical supervision of SIT staff, interns counsel students experiencing emotional issues that impact learning. Counseling services include individual and group play and talk therapy. Interns serve students in general education and special education throughout the District.

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Supporting SFUSD Staff

SIT offers clinical group supervision and case consultation along with case management assistance to all Student, Family, and Community Services Department employees and interns. SIT personnel provide weekly clinical supervision to employees seeking licensure as Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) or Marriage and Family Therapists (MFT). SIT staff also provides professional development and staff training related to school-based mental health.

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This page was last updated on February 28, 2023