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The Counseling Center serves as a Practicum and Internship training site for advanced graduate students in the clinical psychology and counselor education masters programs at Augusta University. Trainees carry their own individual counseling caseload, and engage in other clinical and outreach activities.

The main counseling center location is located on the Summerville Campus, on the 2nd floor of the Physical Plant annex, and this will serve as the training location. Regular office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm. Occasionally, some evening hours may be required for outreach activities. Trainees coordinate their work schedule with their supervisor to accommodate their class schedule and graduate assistantship hours, if applicable. Most trainees complete about 20 hours each week to fulfill the requirements of their educational programs.

About 2 weeks of training and orientation activities will be completed by all trainees prior to seeing clients.


The Counseling Center provides professional counseling services to Augusta University students free of charge.

In addition to counseling services, the Center provides outreach programs each semester. Self- help seminars are presented on topics such as stress management, study skills, dating and relationships, public speaking anxiety, test taking, money management, math anxiety, career decision making, time management and test anxiety. Trainees are responsible for conducting at least one workshop as part of their responsibilities. Class presentations are also routinely provided. Interns will be given an opportunity to participate in these presentations as their schedule allows.

Other outreach services include providing programs to help increase awareness and prevention on alcohol or other substance abuse, sexual assault, and interpersonal violence. The Counseling Center participates in new student orientations, welcome week events, sexual assault awareness month, violence awareness week and various other activities on campus. Off campus programs are also frequently coordinated with area agencies, businesses, schools and churches in an effort to provide outreach services to the community as well.


Trainees will be supervised by licensed professional counselors and licensed psychologists. Interns will meet formally with their direct supervisor for at least one hour weekly.

The counselor intern office is equipped with audio/video taping equipment. Interns will frequently record counseling sessions to use for supervision and training purposes.


For information and questions on the graduate training program, please contact Dr. Bill Hight at 706-737-1471 or




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