In Integrative Wellness and Health Coaching
Because our students are prepared to approach questions from multiple perspectives and employ an integral philosophy of health and healing, they are highly sought by regional placement sites, including organizations where they are mentored by our program's alums.
Internships support the development and practice of students' professional skills. Students often work with under-served populations.
We have standing relationships with the sites listed below. Internships are arranged after matriculation, with the help of the Internship Coordinator.
Graduate Toni Sicola designed, developed, and now runs this hospital's wellness program. Interns help with wellness fairs and blogs.
Faculty member Atava Garcia Swiecicki's small business; interns help collect and process plants, and lead groups.
CIIS is phasing in a student wellness center, with the initial service to be crisis counseling. One or two interns are needed to work with the current interns to conduct student surveys, lead focus groups, and otherwise envision the next options to be offered.
Interns help with office management at this Oakland clinic that provides CAM services for women with cancer, and may also provide CAM services.
Interns assist with room setup, moxibustion, and filling herbal prescriptions at this sliding-scale clinic in SF's Dogpatch neighborhood.
Communitas is integrative medicine/mind-body program for teens living with serious chronic illness.
Concrn is an app-based compassionate network in the Tenderloin that uses an app to connect people in need to responders trained in nonviolent crisis de-escalation and community support.
At this not-yet-to-market coaching app, interns write content and build a nutrition database
Interns provide wellness coaching to the residents of the low-income housing development across the street from CIIS.
Adjunct faculty Laura Putnam asks interns to help with research for her next book.
Interns work in the wellness center of the public hospital, greeting participants and supporting outreach.
As part of this Stanford-developed program, interns are trained to co-lead workshops and provide organizational support to San Francisco residents with health challenges.
Interns provide health coaching in a pilot alternative care pain management clinic located in SF's Tenderloin district.
At this SF-based app, interns help compile on-line information for coaches and clients; they also support practice sessions for new coaches.