cmhc597c | Graduate
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.
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Professional Documentation (Weeks One Through Fifteen)
- Demonstrate skills in maintaining appropriate administrative documentation including weekly logs and other required documentation.
- Demonstrate advanced skills in maintaining appropriate clinical documentation inclusive of all client and session-related materials.
Professional Issues and Ethics (Weeks One Through Fifteen)
- Review application of American Counseling Association Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice to students' growing professional responsibilities.
- Establish and maintain a productive intern and supervisor relationship.
- Identify and describe boundary issues that are common within the counseling environment as encountered in the internship experience.
- Establish and maintain a productive supervisory relationship.
- Demonstrate professional identity through effective use of coping skills and problem solving within the professional agency environment.
Case Presentation Skills (Weeks One Through Fifteen)
- Demonstrate case presentation skills in a professional format as appropriate to the guidelines of the agency.
Preparation for the National Counselor Examination (Weeks Three through Thirteen)
- Review sample questions and develop a rationale for each response.
- Develop successful strategies for taking the National Counselor Examination.
Case Presentation Skills (Weeks Five through Fifteen)
- Demonstrate case presentation skills in a professional format that synthesizes the formats of agency and UOP expectations.
- Refine diagnostic and case specialization skills.
Final Portfolio (Week Fifteen)
- Synthesize and deliver all materials required for Portfolio.
Internship Review (Weeks One Through Five)
- Complete a new supervision contract if you are continuing your internship experience at a new site.
- Review internship expectations as reflected in the Practicum/Internship Handbook.
- Develop and implement an individual plan of action for internship responsibilities.
Therapeutic Processes (Weeks One Through Fifteen)
- Demonstrate ability to initiate the therapeutic alliance.
- Demonstrate ability to enhance and facilitate therapeutic relationship, assess the therapeutic process, and incorporate supervisory feedback.
- Demonstrate ability to prepare and proceed with termination and/or referral.
Administrative Responsibilities (Weeks One Through Fifteen)
- Demonstrate awareness of agency culture and mission.
- Demonstrate awareness of, and adherence to, agency policies and procedures.
- Participate in interdisciplinary staff functions.
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