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PSY-880 Clinical Supervision and Consultation

Doctorate, Graduate


Course Overview

Clinical Supervision and Consultation provides students with an introduction to theory, methods, and legal and ethical issues in the supervision of clinical services and the consultation in professional psychology. The course emphasizes the supervision of psychotherapy and related interventions, as well as the supervision of other clinical services including assessment and crisis intervention. Individual and group supervision theories are considered. Similarly, the course includes consultation models and practices in which clinical psychologists may provide specialty services in intentional collaboration across professions and in diverse settings.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate
Enrollment in the Clinical Psychology PhD Program, successful completion of PSY781 & PSY785-PSY787; or permission of instructor

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