Supervised experience in counseling in a clinical mental health setting. This course is required for MH track and Dual option students. Prerequisites: EDCO 110, 350, 274, 363 (practicum), 375 (School and Mental Health tracks), 340 (School Counseling track) and 362 (Mental Health track).
Dates: May 23 - August 12, 2022; Prereq: EDCO 320, 350, 374, 363, 375; Counseling majors only; Course is HYBRID. It meets on Tuesdays from 10am-1:45pm; Entire course will run over 12-week period; For more information, contact Instructor.
COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is designed to provide the counseling internship student with an opportunity to refine and expand her/his/their counseling skills working with clients in a field setting through intensive individual and group supervision. Students are expected to expand their current knowledge by taking risks to learn about clients, issues, theories, and techniques with which they are not currently familiar or comfortable. Additional goals are to foster a positive attitude toward supervision, develop skills in giving and receiving feedback, and promote personal and professional growth. The internship includes 600 hours (for clinical mental health track students) of working in a field setting. Specific requirements regarding direct service hours in internship and other internship-related policies and procedures are outlined in The Counseling Program Internship Handbook. The internship seminar is designed to meet the CACREP requirement of regularly providing an average of 1 ½ hr/wk of group supervision to internship students. In our weekly seminar meeting, students are expected to discuss their internship experiences, to raise ethical and professional concerns and to explore theory and techniques as they relate to work with clients. We also examine the personal, professional, social, cultural and political issues that arise as students engage in fieldwork. Although our time in seminar is used mostly to receive feedback from peers and the supervisor on formal and informal video class presentations, we also take time to discuss issues and challenges faced in the field with clients, engage in role plays, practice of specific skills, or exploration of individual issues that affect one’s counseling effectiveness. Each student will assume responsibility for asking for what she/he/they need in each supervision session and for creating a healthy and useful learning experience for the group as a whole. During Summer 2022, this course will be offered utilizing a hybrid format. Tentative dates for in-person classes and remote Teams classes are listed below. • In Person: 5/24; 5/31; 6/7; *8/9 (Class to be rescheduled) • Synchronous: 6/14; 6/21; • Mixed (Synchronous & 1 Hour Team’s Sessions) @12.00-1.00pm: 6/28; 7/5; 7/12; 7/19; 7/26 & 8/2.
During Summer 2022, this course will be offered utilizing a hybrid format. Tentative dates for in-person classes and remote Teams classes are listed below. • In Person: 5/24; 5/31; 6/7; *8/9 (Class to be rescheduled) • Synchronous: 6/14; 6/21; • Mixed (Synchronous & 1 Hour Team’s Sessions) @12.00-1.00pm: 6/28; 7/5; 7/12; 7/19; 7/26 & 8/2.
program protocol for internship evaluation including weekly faculty and peer feedback exchange, completion of the CMH competency checklist and site supervisor consultations will be utilize din this course.
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