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Information & Application Process

LCS; Student Counselor Internship Program

LCS; is a teaching practice that provides online counseling services in Alaska and Indiana. With client consent, student counselors have opportunities to observe counseling sessions, co-treat, and provide individual, family, and group counseling services. Student counselors have experiential opportunities to treat:

  • individuals experiencing concerns with anxiety, depression, stress, relationship challenges, and trauma.

  • families experiencing concerns with parenting, foster care/adoption, and parent-child relationships.


The practicum/internship experience is unpaid. Student counselors will receive one hour of individual clinical supervision each week. Additionally, the site supervisor will provide consultation and guidance as needed and work with the student’s graduate program and faculty supervisor to ensure university requirements are met. Group supervision will be available if both internship positions are filled. 


Minimum Qualifications 

  • Be pursuing a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) track master’s degree program at CACREP accredited university.

  • Must be committed to practicing unconditional positive regard.

  • Demonstrate a strong commitment to learning evidence-based approaches to treating various mental health issues.

  • Maintain strong ethical and professional boundaries.

  • Must be teachable and have a desire for professional growth.

  • Demonstrate strong communication skills.

  • Be willing to ask questions.

  • Must be committed to being part of a professional community.

  • Commit to daytime and evening client appointments. 

  • Be willing to provide telehealth services.


Application Process

All practicum student/intern applications are reviewed by Victoria Miller, PhD, LPC-S, LMHC, Counselor/Educator. If you are interested in applying for a student counselor practicum/internship with LCS; please email the following information to

  • Cover letter

  • Curriculum Vitae/resume

  • Unofficial transcripts

  • Academic letter of recommendation (professor)

  • Professional letter of recommendation (supervisor/colleague)

Eligible student counselors will be contacted to schedule an interview.

LCS; Clinical Supervisor

Dr. Victoria Miller, PhD, LPC-S, LMHC

Dr. Victoria Miller's first academic love was education. Her circuitous path to a PhD in Education, specializing in curriculum & instruction began with a bachelor's degree in Psychology. Health issues and a focus on family turned that 4-year degree into 6 years that were immediately followed by a master's in Professional Counseling. After several years in the mental health field, she pursued a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing & Literary Arts. Then, COVID-19 hit, and Dr. Miller decided to return to her first love - education. She created #PhDin3 as her motivational hashtag, buckled down, and with the support of her family, friends, professors, classmates, colleagues, and research participants, she graduated in March 2023. You can click the link to read Dr. Miller's dissertation titled American Indian/Alaska Native Learners' Experiences with Embodied Cultural Capital in Alaska's Public Postsecondary Institutions: A Phenomenological Study. With a passion for education (teaching and learning) and a desire for providing student counselor interns with an internship experience that promotes experiential learning and work-life balance, Dr. Miller is honored to support counselors-in-training on their journey to graduation and licensure. 

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2023-2024 Internship Positions Have Been Filled

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