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PSYC 4436 Clinical Fieldwork in Psychology (Fall/Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This course will provide students with an opportunity to integrate theoretical and empirical work in clinical psychology with the real-life experience of working in a clinical setting. Students will select, together with the professor, a field placement (e.g., hospital, community clinic, day treatment center, shelter, emergency hot line, preschool classroom, prison). Students' work in the field will involve at least eight hours per week with weekly, on-site supervision. Weekly class meetings will focus on the discussion of issues relevant to the direct application of mental health services to child, adolescent, and adult patients.

Instructor(s): Karen Rosen

Prerequisites: PSYC3336.

Cross listed with:

Comments: Seniors only. Priority will be given to students who are in the Clinical Concentration.

Last Updated: 04-Dec-17