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Course Overview

Generally taken in the third year, this practicum includes clinical training and experiences in assessment, evidence-based interventions, case conceptualization, the diagnostic process, and treatment planning and outcomes. Clinical supervision and or consultation may be included as a training experience depending on the placement. Training sites include medical centers, community agencies, government agencies, primary and secondary schools, college counseling centers or other service facilities.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate
Third year standing in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program, PSY 785, PSY 786, PSY 787, PSY 836, and PSY 885

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate