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Mental health counseling internship is a 900-hour clinical experience divided into three parts (A, B, and C), fifteen weeks each. Students are placed at a mental health counseling organization where they provide direct services under the authority of an approved site supervisor. In addition, students meet weekly to review their clinical work and to receive instruction on professional issues.

This graduate-level course is 15 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 15 weeks

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    Behavioral Case Conceptualization and Plans

    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.
    • Demonstrate integrating behavioral theory into case conceptualization that is focused on developing effective interventions and measurable treatment outcomes.

    Dynamics of Trauma Treatments

    • Review dynamics of treatment planning for a range of traumatic experiences.
    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.

    Natural Disaster Counseling

    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.
    • Review case conceptualization and treatment planning for a range of natural disaster scenarios, such as hurricane, tornado, earthquake, tsunami, and relief efforts.

    Synopsis of Internship Experience

    • Evaluate accomplishment of personal and professional goals.
    • Demonstrate effective counseling skills and competencies.
    • Review personal growth and development of a professional counselor identity.

    Treatment Planning With Case Conceptualizations

    • Exhibit professional behavior and presentation skills.
    • Develop mastery of core counselor competencies and skills, including treatment planning.
    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.
    • Demonstrate integrative case conceptualization skills, including, developing effective interventions and measurable treatment outcomes.

    Cognitive Case Conceptualization and Plans

    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.
    • Demonstrate integrating cognitive theory into case conceptualization that is focused on developing effective interventions and measurable treatment outcomes.

    Feminist Case Conceptualization and Plans

    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.
    • Demonstrate integrating feminist theory into case conceptualization that is focused on developing effective interventions and measurable treatment outcomes.

    Emotion-Focused Case Conceptualization and Plans

    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.
    • Demonstrate integrating emotion-focused treatment to case conceptualization that is concentrated on developing effective interventions and measurable treatment outcomes.

    Dynamic Case Conceptualization and Plans

    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.
    • Demonstrate integrating dynamic theory into case conceptualization that is focused on developing effective interventions and measurable treatment outcomes.

    Family Systems Case Conceptualization and Plans

    • Demonstrate integrating family systems theory into case conceptualization that is focused on developing effective interventions and measurable treatment outcomes.
    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.

    Constructivist Case Conceptualization and Plans

    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.
    • Demonstrate integrating constructivist theory into case conceptualization that is focused on developing effective interventions and measurable treatment outcomes.

    Case Conceptualization Development

    • Review case-conceptualization presentation guidelines and requirements.
    • Outline internship expectations, including site expectations; state law, agency, and University of Phoenix policy and procedures; and standards for professional behavior.
    • Analyze levels of self-awareness related to counselor internal processes, such as responses to clients.
    • Establish guidelines for clinical supervision with the supervision contract.

    Transtheoretical Case Conceptualization and Plans

    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.
    • Demonstrate integrating transtheoretical theory into case conceptualization that is focused on developing effective interventions and measurable treatment outcomes.

    Individualized Treatment Planning

    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.
    • Demonstrate skill in individualizing treatment plans, using red flag guidelines for case conceptualization and treatment planning.

    Culture and Diversity

    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.
    • Compare and contrast diversity perspectives and approaches in case conceptualization and treatment planning.
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    Transferability of credit is at the discretion of the receiving institution. It is the student’s responsibility to confirm whether or not credits earned at University of Phoenix will be accepted by another institution of the student’s choice.