Caraniche has a highly regarded Student Placement Program, dedicated to the professional learning and development of Masters and Doctoral students seeking a career in forensic, clinical, community or counselling psychology.
The program is unique in its capacity to offer a placement experience with a wide range of client issues, and challenging clinical work with complex client groups.
Many students who complete a placement with Caraniche go on to join our team as permanent employees.
“Completing a placement at Caraniche was a huge step towards obtaining my Masters in Clinical Psychology. The staff and supervisors at Caraniche were both encouraging and supportive of my learning and clinical development.
“The company went above and beyond in terms of providing opportunities for me to meet the requirements of the Masters program. I feel enormously appreciative to have been given the opportunity to complete a placement at Caraniche, in addition to having been offered a permanent position with the company upon completing my Masters."
- Former Placement Program student and current Caraniche employee.
"Staff are welcoming, supportive and happy to answer any questions I have. I have the opportunity to see clients who present with a diverse array of problems and interpersonal styles, which has challenged me to further develop my skills in formulation and delivery of therapeutic support."
- Former Placement Program student.
The following placement opportunities are available for Masters, Doctoral and 5+1 Psychology students. Please refer to the Student Placement Application Form for current vacancies by area and location.
Abbotsford Head Office, Epping Office
Metropolitan and regional locations
Youth justice custodial precincts through the Youth Health and Rehabilitation Services (YHaRS) Program*
*YHaRS is operated by Caraniche in conjunction with our partners YSAS and St Vincent’s Hospital providing health and psychological services to Youth Justice clients across Victoria.
Caraniche also offers permanent or casual employment opportunities for students. These opportunities are available in a variety of settings with a broad range of clients and include both individual and group based interventions as well as research projects.