Jun 21, 2021  
2015 - 2016 Graduate Catalog 
    
2015 - 2016 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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PSYC 840 - Counseling Psychology Practicum I

Credits: (3)
Prerequisites: Admission into Psy.D. program.
 

This course will provide doctoral students with the opportunity to gain actual practical experience providing counseling, assessment, education, and other applied work in a variety of settings. Students will provide services for approximately 16 hours per week under the on-site supervision of a licensed professional and will participate in individual and/or group consultation about client in the department. Training related to cultural diversity, social justice, and evidence-based practice will be infused throughout the course. Students will also receive training in specific content areas each semester. Students must register for 840 for 2 consecutive terms in their first year (i.e., Fall and Spring) and must successfully complete both of them as well as the subsequent summer’s 843 course before they can receive credit for both 840 courses and the subsequent 843 course.  This is a Pass/Fail course.

Note(s): Students must register for 840 for 2 consecutive terms in their first year (i.e., Fall and Spring) and must successfully complete both of them as well as the subsequent summer’s PSYC 843  course before they can receive credit for both 840 courses and the subsequent PSYC 843  course. This is a pass/fail course.



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