2017-2018 Graduate and Professional Studies Programs 
    
    Nov 15, 2018  
2017-2018 Graduate and Professional Studies Programs [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

PS 6970 - Internship Seminar II (HU S)


This course is intended to facilitate students’ development during the completion of their Master’s level 700 hour clinical internship requirement (300 face‐to‐face direct clinical client contact hours are required for completion). It is designed to support the direct internship clinical experience of the internship placement. This will occur via feedback & discussion with peers and faculty in a small group format on a regular basis, as well as through the texts and supplemental articles provided by the instructor and class. Students will demonstrate their internship experience and skills by discussion, audio & videotaping, journaling, periodic written assignments and the completion of a final project. By the end of this seminar, students will be able to state that they have experienced an increase in their theoretical framework and will demonstrate an understanding and utilization of concepts concerning assessment, treatment planning, counseling, and professional and ethical issues. Students will gain an awareness of the use of self in counseling and the implications of this, and will be able to identify the next steps for themselves along the road of continued professional growth. (5 credits)