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Course Overview

Clinical Supervision provides students with an introduction to theory, methods, and ethical issues in the supervision of clinical services. The course emphasizes the supervision of psychotherapy and related interventions. Supervision of other clinical services, such as assessment and crisis intervention, are also included. Both individual and group supervision are considered. Classes include lecture, discussion of readings, and case material.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate
Prerequisites: Enrollment is a graduate program in a mental health field such as Clinical Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, or School Psychology. PSY 836 (Methods of Adult Psychotherapy) or equivalent. Completion of at least 2 semesters of supervised

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