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Springfield, Massachusetts


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PSYC 785

Doctoral Practicum I

Students work in applied settings and receive doctoral level supervision, integrating theoretical and empirical work in counseling with real-life experiences. Students provide individual, relational, and/or group counseling to a diverse population; conduct intake assessments; participate in case conferences; provide case management as appropriate; and complete requisite case documentation. Students utilize client feedback measures to inform their counseling and to reflect on their development as ethical, effective counselors

Units: 6.0-12.0(6.0)

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PSYC 685 - Counseling Practicum