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SCWK 8872 Advanced Clinical Interventions with Children, Youth, and Families (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

An advanced clinical course focused on the development of specific intervention skills utilized with children and their families. Clinical practice skills in individual, family, and group treatments highlight prevention and intervention strategies that promote self-efficacy and resiliency. Specific skills include parent management training, parent-child interaction therapy, solution-focused therapy with children, adolescents, and their families, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, and group therapy with children. Course structure will utilize experiential skills labs to promote student skill acquisition.


Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: SCWK 7762

Cross listed with:

Comments: Required of Clinical Social Work students in the Children, Youth and Families Field-of-Practice Concentration; elective for others.


Last Updated: 05-Feb-15