Lewis and Clark Behavioral
Health Services, Inc.
1028 Walnut Street
Yankton, SD 57078
605-665-4606
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Agency Description

Lewis & Clark Behavioral Health Services, Inc. is a private not-for-profit agency providing mental health services for persons in the following counties in southeastern South Dakota: Bon Homme, Charles Mix, Clay, Douglas, Hutchinson, Union and Yankton. Services include:

  • Individual counseling
  • Family counseling 
  • Psychiatric evaluations 
  • Psychological evaluations
  • Medication management 
  • Emergency services 
  • Consultation services 
  • Home-based therapy
  • Children's case management 
  • Geriatric mental health services 
  • Community support programs 
  • Vocational services 
  • Education and prevention services 
  • Gambling services 
  • Substance use evaluations/ treatment

Staff Information

Administrative Supervisor

Tom Stanage, Ph.D.
tomlcbh@iw.net

Clinical Psychology Supervisors

Tom Stanage, Ph.D.
tomlcbh@iw.net

David Dracy, Ph.D.
ddracy@hotmail.com

Position Information

  • Direct pay training site (not contracted with USD)
  • Stipend: $14.00 per hour per 12 months
  • Hours per week: 16 hours per week (not to exceed 20 hours)
  • Number of placement positions: 1-3
  • Estimated distance from Vermillion: 30 miles
  • Prior training and experience required of trainees: second year prior clinic experience helpful
  • Prior training and experience preferred of trainees: master's degree preferred
  • Strengths of this practicum experience: practicum provides a wealth of opportunities for experiences with different populations

Training Opportunities

M = major emphasis (all trainees involved)
O = options for trainees (based on trainee interest or skills)

Populations


Activities

 

Special Areas

 

children

individual therapy

M

HIV/AIDS

adolescents

O

couples therapy

O

eating disorders

O

adults

M

family therapy

O

trauma/PTSD

O

older adults

O

group therapy

O

sexual abuse

O

inpatients


case management


domestic violence

O

outpatients

M

consultation/liaison

O

forensic/corrections

O

residential


community outreach

O

substance use disorders

O

gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgendered

O

crisis intervention

O

geropsychology

O

deaf/hearing impaired

 

brief psychotherapy

M

SPMI

M

ethnic minorities

O

long term therapy

M

SED

O

Enlish as second language

O

cognitive assessments

M

school


immigrants/refugee


personality assessments

evidence based practice

M

students

O

neuropsych assessments

 

empirically supported treatments

M

low income

M

disability determination assessments 

health psychology/primary care


homeless

 

 

physical disabilities

rural

M

   

learning disabilities

urban      

developmental disabilities

O 

       

program evaluation 

 
       

research


       

administration

 
     

supervision

 

Proportion of Practicum

Proportion of practicum time spent in a typical month

  • Direct Service - 50%
    • Therapy - 30%
    • Assessment (including conducting/scoring/preparing reports) - 20%
  • Supervision - 5%
    • Individual
    • Group Supervision
  • Consultation - 0%
  • Support Activities (clinical paperwork; case conferences; etc) - 45%