Samaritan's Low Fee Clinic was created in 1994 with two goals in mind:
(1) providing counseling and mental health services for those with extremely limited incomes and (2) offering supervision and training for therapists who have completed their academic training and are working toward state licensure.
Clinic providers receive supervision by experienced Samaritan clinicians and participate in regular consultation and training opportunities. Like all Samaritan Center therapists, Clinic providers identify as Christian and are committed to working in a respectful way with clients of all faiths, backgrounds and lifestyles.
To apply for Low Income Clinic services:
Call 206-527-2266 ext. 117 to be screened by phone and assigned to a clinician.
If you are intersted in learning more about who provides this service:
Applying to be a provider in this program:
Graduates with a master's degree in a counseling-related field who identify as Christian may send a letter of interest and CV to the Clinic Director, Kay Abramson, at: KAbramson at samaritanps.org or call (206) 957-4701.
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