Other Internships

RAMS offers additional training opportunities:

  • Post-Doctoral Psychology Fellowship at the Outpatient Clinic
  • Nursing at the Broderick Street Adult Residential Facility and Outpatient Clinic

For more information about these fellowships/internships, you may contact:

Angela Tang, LCSW
RAMS Director of Operations
(415) 800-0699 ext. 200

Furthermore, the agency maintains collaborations with universities in order to offer unique, tailored training opportunities:

Masters of Social Work

RAMS offers several Masters of Social Work (MSW) clinical internships at various programs including CAAP Counseling & Pre-Vocational Services, CalWORKs Counseling & Pre-Vocational Services, and CalWORKs Counseling & Pre-Vocational Services. The interns provide direct services to clients, under close supervision and guidance, while also participating in didactic seminars and case conferences. They function as integral members of the direct practice services staff and strengthen skills in applying social work and strengths-based theory into cultural competent clinical practice. RAMS has established agreements with Smith College and Yeshiva University for first and second MSW clinical internships.

RAMS also hosts MSW Management & Planning internships, as an established agreement with University of California, Berkeley. This placement focuses on further developing skills of agency/program planning & development, evaluation, and operations/management.

Community Behavioral Health Clinical/Research Training Practicum

This is an innovative project developed collaboratively between the Doctor of Psychology Program at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University and RAMS in San Francisco. In an effort to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice, this 10-month practicum’s objectives include:

  • To provide Psy.D. students who are interested in Asian American mental health a unique training opportunity that focuses on both clinical work and research/program evaluation
  • To enhance cultural competency of Psy.D. students working with Asian American populations

CSPP-Hong Kong Psychological Assistantship

This Psychological Assistantship is designed for a student who is preparing for a Psy.D. degree at California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP), Hong Kong Program. This is a year-long, international exchange clinical training for a doctoral student to gain valuable clinical skills in providing services in a community, mental health setting with particular focus on serving the Asian & Pacific Islander American population in San Francisco. While receiving didactic and supervisory training, the psychological assistant functions as an integral member of RAMS clinical staff