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Graduate Student Internship

Southeast Psych is proud to offer graduate level training for students completing their master's in counseling. These trainees are supervised by licensed psychologists. Either on a 4- or 8-month rotation, these practicum interns provide individual and group therapy for a variety of issues. Our trainees can offer discounted therapeutic services. If you are interested in services, please contact our office.

Placements for Fall 2023/Spring 2024 are closed and we are not currently accepting applications. Check back in early spring for Summer 2024 application details.

Graduate Counseling Intern:

Molly Mazeine

Being a kid is tough! Children are constantly experiencing big emotions, facing new situations, and figuring out how they fit into the world – and this can be messy! As caregivers, it can be challenging to fully understand how best to support your child as they navigate these obstacles. This can leave families feeling frustrated, discouraged, and struggling to connect. If you are feeling this way, know that you are not alone and what you are going through is not forever.

I work with both parents and their children (ages 3 and up) to address the underlying causes of behaviors, educate families on coping strategies, and promote healthy communication. When we work together, you will find a counseling environment that is warm, empathetic, supportive, and empowering. This is a collaborative space where you can be authentically yourself with no guilt or shame.

In practice, I primarily draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. I also incorporate elements of art, movement, and mindfulness. Above all, I am person-centered, and I believe the key to a successful therapeutic journey is a positive relationship between therapist and client.

My background:

I am currently in the final year of my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. I will graduate in May 2024, and I will pursue licensure as a LCMHC-A. Southeast Psych is my final clinical placement, and I am beyond grateful to have the chance to work with you.

Prior to UNCC, I graduated with my B.A. in Psychology with Highest Distinction from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I also spent time working in Central Regional Hospital’s inpatient children’s unit, volunteering as a Guardian ad Litem advocate, and serving as a mental health counselor at KinderMourn.

Outside of the office, I am an avid half marathoner, a cold brew coffee fanatic, and a soon-to-be-dog-mom.

I hope that you feel safe, welcome, and unconditionally accepted here. I can’t wait to meet you!