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Riverbend Integrative Trauma Treatment
Fellowship Program

We will resume taking applications for our fellowship program in Spring of 2025.  

what is a RITT Fellow?

What does it take to be a RITT Fellow?

Fellowship with RITT is a full-time job requiring a 40-hour work week (including time for clients, training, supervision, preparation, reading, and administrative work)


  • License eligible

  • Masters in Social work or in Counseling

  • Open-minded and conscientious

  • Self-directed and motivated with a learners approach

  • Willing to participate in self-reflection and your own treatment 

  • Willing to work with a diverse population that includes multiple ages, levels, care, and diagnoses.  

  • Willing to coordinate cases with community partners

  • Graduate by Spring to allow for board approval for Supervision


  • 2-year commitment 

  • Full Participation in training and supervision

  • A mindset of a kind, open, respectful, and strength-based environment

  • Providing quality, ethical service for 25-30 client hours per week

Why become a RITT Fellow?

Upon completing the program Fellows could have:

  • LCSW or LPC

  • EMDR trained

  • Extensive training in integrative therapies.  

Fellows can expect:

  • Weekly individual supervision

  • Extensive trauma treatment training

  • Rewarding clinical work experience

  • A supportive and pleasant work environment

  • Paid for each billable client hour and thousands of dollars in training

  • An option to participate in a Simple IRA retirement plan with matching contributions from RITT

RITT Training:

RITT is proud to have highly skilled trainers and experts in their field working directly with Fellows. 

Fellows can expect training in the following:

  • Therapy Skills

  • EMDR

  • Vagus (somatic, nervous system focused interventions)

  • Dissociation and Parts Work

  • Child Therapy

  • Attachment Therapy

  • Couples and Family Therapy

  • Substance Abuse

  • Group Work

Why be a fellow?
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