Training and Consultation

Psychology Clinical Training & Counseling Internship Opportunities

Do you have a deep interest in psychology, an excellent work ethic and want experience in a vibrant private practice?

At Project Yes, we offer practicum placement for counseling students and psychology doctoral students. We also have opportunities for undergraduate psychology student interns, and can offer employment positions for post-doctoral fellows to complete their hours and receive psychology clinical supervision and training in Durham NC.

We have worked with psychology students, interns and professionals at all stages of their clinical training journeys – from post-doctoral fellowships and counseling internships to one-off consultations for upskilling in specific key areas.

Interested students or trainees are encouraged to contact Dr. Tatyana Kholodkov of Project Yes PLLC. To do so, please submit our online contact form and we’ll respond to you shortly.

Psychology Clinical Consultation & Supervision (in Durham NC or Online)

Our team comprises several wonderful and highly committed therapists, each of whom holds a different key area of expertise. Between us, we’re able to offer clinical consultation services on a wide variety of topics to industry professionals (such as licensed mental health practitioners) and organizations (e.g. non-profits, company leadership).

These consultations can be in the form of:

  • A single-case consult focusing on a specific concern/incident
  • A set of sessions that spans numerous topics and disciplines
  • An ongoing arrangement to consistently expand your skillset

At Project Yes, we will tailor our psychology consultations to suit your individual needs. Are you interested in a specific clinical presentation? Would you like to learn how to implement a particular methodology of treatment? Are you simply eager to expand your knowledge in managing a broad range of scenarios?

Contact us for an informal discussion regarding how we can accommodate your specific circumstances and requirements for psychology consultations and supervisions in Durham, North Carolina. Please note that we can also facilitate telehealth psychology consultations online and/or via phone consulting.

training with the Project Yes

Topic areas in which we provide training include:

  • Mind-Body Connection
  • Burnout & Compassion Fatigue
  • Creating Mindfulness in Your Day
  • Healthy Thinking
  • Validation & Communication Skills
  • Dealing With Difficult Emotions
  • Workplace Stress Reduction & Self-Care
  • Understanding Clinical Issues for staff & loved ones (e.g., OCD, Traumatic Stress, Non-Suicidal Self-Injury, Chronic Health/Mental Health Co-Morbidities)
  • Yoga, Breathwork (Pranayama) and Mindfulness Meditation
  • Preparing for Death and Loss

We can also assist with things like program evaluation for your organization

Perhaps you would like help learning how to set up programs of interest you may have – such as how to organize a wellness day for your staff, for example, or another form of programmatic support like “how to assess skills gained by your staff”.

Dr. Tatyana Kholodkov provides consultation services on starting a private practice. If you are uncertain of how to do it or what’s required of you, rest assured that we’ll provide you with the knowledge and confidence to excel in your field.

Project Yes can provide ongoing psychology clinical supervision hours in Durham NC

If you’re an LPA or are completing hours for licensure in North Carolina, you may need ongoing psychology clinical supervision hours. We can help with this – please get in touch via our online contact form, and we’ll be happy to provide you with further details.

Kelly Ferrell 

Disaster Program Manager at American Red Cross

"Tatyana is an amazing disaster responder for the American Red Cross. From small-scale disasters like home fires to large-scale hurricane responses Tatyana exhibits care and comfort for our clients but also fellow volunteers and staff. Tatyana was also a supervisor of other home fire responder volunteers which required her to mentor others and supervise sometimes chaotic fire scenes. After a particularly difficult disaster season, Tatyana was asked to do a workshop for our Red Cross volunteers on compassion fatigue and building resilience. Her presentation was incredibly helpful for our volunteers and encouraged them to examine ways they can prioritize self-care to better care for others. Tatyana embodies the values of the American Red Cross showing compassion, commitment, and credibility in her work with us."

Allan Chrisman

Associate Professor-Emeritus at Duke University Medical Centre

"I have worked with Tatyana for a number of years as a Disaster Mental Health volunteer and colleague engaged with disaster training. She is a compassionate, competent and effective listener who brings a holistic and mindful manner to her care of others."

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