Course level: "Graduate"
"This residency course is 2‐weeks in length, with the last 3 days of the second week involving face‐to‐face interaction with faculty and peers at a ground campus. The 3‐day in person residency provides an opportunity for students to observe, practice, and demonstrate competency in intermediate counseling skills. Topics include professional and personal development; oral communication skills; application of theory to practice; and sensitivity to diversity issues. Students will demonstrate intake, assessment, provisional diagnoses, and treatment planning abilities. The capstone of the residency is staffing a clinical case and role play. In addition to intermediate skills, students are evaluated on professional dispositions and their readiness to progress in the program."
Purchase of LabPaq® Hands-on Lab Kits are required for this course.
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn