Post Graduate Associate (PGA)
After completion of a graduate program, all therapists must complete certain clinical and supervision hours in order to be eligible for a professional license. This can take a minimum of a year or two depending on which license the clinician is pursuing and how quickly requirements are met.
PGAs are hired with the goals of helping to obtain the client hours needed for licensing, as well as entering private practice with Centennial. This allows you to gain valuable training and support in establishing yourself as a skilled clinician and a valued member of Centennial and the communities we serve. Most PGAs begin with us part-time and may need to supplement income with outside work as they build up their caseloads to a full-time pace. We promote PGAs to Associate Staff once they have obtained their lower-level licensure.