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MFT 696. Supervised Internship

Credits: 3-6
Department: Counseling & Community Psychology
Description: Practical training experience in an agency setting.
Prerequisites: MFT 619, MFT 620, MFT 621, MFT 624, MFT 659, MFT 671
Semester Offered:
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Summer
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Develop and maintain appropriate therapeutic relationships with clients at their internship site. (PO 4, SLO 4)
2. Build professional relationships with outside agencies, and on-site supervisors, demonstrating an understanding of systems interactions. (PO 1)
3. Maintain timely and professional clinical paperwork. (SLO 3)
4. Assess and intervene during crisis situations. (SLO 5)
5. Apply family assessment and DSM knowledge to clinical cases. (SLO 5)
6. Demonstrate an ability to build a relevant treatment plan that clearly matches the client's diagnostic assessment. (SLO 5, PO 3)
7. Apply MFT theoretical models to clinical cases. (PO 1, SLO 5)
8. Demonstrate a sensitivity to issues of clients' race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and disabilities. (PO 3, SLO 4)

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