Jan 28, 2023  
2018 - 2019 Graduate Catalog 
    
2018 - 2019 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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PSYC 843 - Counseling Psychology Summer Practicum

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 (if providing counseling-related services) and/or other staff member(s) (for non-counseling services) and will participate in individual and/or group consultation about clients in the department. Training related to cultural diversity, social justice, and evidence-based practice will be infused throughout the course along with specific content that will vary each year. PSYC 843 is taken twice–during Psy.D. students’ first summer and during their second summer. Students must have successfully completed all preceding practicum courses in a given year before being allowed to register for 843 in the summer. In order to receive credit for PSYC 840 in the first year, students must successfully complete 843 in their first summer. In order to receive credit for PSYC 841 in the second year, students must successfully complete 843 in their second summer.  This is a Pass/Fail course.




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