CCSD Mental Health Internships

  • Come join the Cherry Creek School District Mental Health Team and be a part of 21st century Mental Health Excellence

  • Application Process for School Psychologist Internship

    Students interested in applying for an internship in the Cherry Creek School District must apply directly to the job posting for Psychologist Intern - Psychologist Intern Job Posting

    As part of application, you will need to upload the following:

    • Current curriculum vitae or resume
    • Three letters of recommendation (at least one of which is written by a university representative and attests to your readiness for internship).

    Applicants must also complete the School Psychology Internship Questionnaire.

    Applicants, until the application link is available, please send your CV and letters of recommendation to Dr. Nick Liguori via email at as well as complete the School Psychology Internship Questionnaire.

    Once the application link is availble, please return to submit your application.

    Internship interviews will be scheduled the last two weeks in February.  Interview times will be offered after all the required forms have been received and reviewed.

    All school psychologist internship materials must be received by deadline.

    CCSD Mental Health Internship Application Process – flow map

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    Dr. Nick Liguori,
    School Psychologist/Practicum Coordinator

    720 886-2080

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  • CCSD Mental Health Internship Training Program Building the next generation of school mental health professionals
  • Highly Trained Supervisors All interns and practicum students are placed in schools with an on-site supervisor. All of our supervisors have 10+ years of school mental health experience. Our training model is based on "gradual release", in which students have opportunities to observe, practice and build their skills to full independence.
  • Variety of Experience Interns are exposed to school-based experiences with a variety of age groups. Psychology interns are typically placed in two different schools (one elementary, one secondary), while social work interns are encouraged to do site visits at other schools to gain experience. There is a strong training emphasis on cultural humility to work with diverse population of students and families.
  • Group Supervision Interns participate in a monthly group supervision, facilitated by both a psychologist and a social worker from the leadership team. The group utilizes a reflective-supervision modality to provide safe space for professional growth.
  • Professional Development Interns participate fully in training opportunities offered through the District Mental Health Team. These include workshops on topics such as trauma-informed practice and racial equity, as well as peer consultation groups.
Last Modified on October 27, 2023