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Viewing: FORP 6140 : Practicum

Last approved: Mon, 18 Apr 2016 09:32:31 GMT

Last edit: Wed, 13 Jan 2016 16:41:47 GMT

This is part of a Forensic Psych counseling program that was proposed but ultimately canceled - was never active.
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Forensic Psychology (FORP)
FORP
6140
Practicum
Practicum
Spring 2016
3
Course Type
Field Work (Internship)
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade

No
No
FORP 6101, FORP 6103, FORP 6104, FORP 6121, and FORP 6122
Corequisites

20
TBA
Frequency of Offering

Term(s) Offered

Are there Course Equivalents?
No
 
No
Fee Type


No


In this course sequence (FORP 6140 and 6141), students complete a minimum of 600 hours of clinical supervised fieldwork in a professional setting and engage in a wide range of experiences that include tasks that a forensic mental health counselor is expected to perform such as diagnostic interviewing and individual/group/family counseling, as well as case management, advocacy, administrative support, and/or consultation. Students receive at least one hour of individual supervision per week by a qualified supervisor and attend a weekly seminar, where students present material from their practicum cases to gain mastery in the integration of theory and practice.
1. Students will demonstrate active listening. 2. Students will provide constructive feedback to others. 3. Students will apply theoretical knowledge and assessment techniques to evaluate various dimensions of human experience. 4. Students will gather and organize multiple sources of assessment data to inform and communicate diagnostic impressions, clinical opinions, and treatment recommendations. 5. Students will interact with others in a respectful, culturally sensitive manner. 6. Students will evaluate one's own value system, biases, worldviews, and stereotypes. 7. Students will appreciate individual and cultural differences. 8. Students will integrate ethical and professional codes, standards, and regulations into one's professional practice. 9. Students will organize professional conduct to be consistent with categories of law, admissibility of evidence, and professional standards. 10. Students will inform intervention strategy and treatment goals with background information, assessment data, and professional literature. 11. Students will evaluate and revise intervention strategies to meet the needs of the client or system.
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twilson (Tue, 28 Apr 2015 19:30:11 GMT): Rollback: please correct syllabus and resubmit
gharris (Mon, 21 Sep 2015 15:40:58 GMT): rolled back for clarification of course description.
gharris (Mon, 21 Sep 2015 15:42:32 GMT): Rollback: Passage in course description is confusing. Should it say: “… engage in a wide range of experiences, including tasks that a forensic mental health counselor is expected to perform such as those involving diagnostic interviewing; individual, group, and family counseling; case management; advocacy; administrative support; and/or consultations.” ?
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