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Students in Arizona, Hawaii, and Nevada must take a third component course to complete the 300-hour (minimum) clinical experience, which has been divided into three fifteen-week parts (A, B, and C), and which comprises Portfolio III of the counseling portfolio series. Student interns are placed in an approved mental health site and receive supervision from an approved site supervisor. In addition, interns meet weekly with their faculty supervisor and internship group to review their clinical work and to receive instruction and share information on related professional issues, including the role and function of supervision, clinical intakes, terminations, case notes, case presentations, and services offered by their internship sites. Interns will also evaluate their growth through the internship and develop a professional resume.

This graduate-level course is 15 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

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

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    Overview of Internship C

    • Outline practicum expectations, including site expectations; state law, agency, and University of Phoenix policy and procedures; and standards for professional behavior.
    • Establish guidelines for clinical supervision with the supervision contract.
    • Review case-conceptualization presentation guidelines and requirements.

    Case Conceptualizations and Self-Awareness

    • Participate as clinical-staff peer reviewers in case conceptualization presentations.
    • Demonstrate integrative case conceptualization skills, including, developing effective interventions and measurable treatment outcomes.
    • Demonstrate effective counseling skills and competencies, including treatment planning.
    • Analyze levels of self-awareness related to counselor internal processes, such as responses to clients.
    • Exhibit professional behavior and presentation skills.

    Conclusion of Internship C

    • Demonstrate effective counseling skills and competencies,
    • Review personal growth and development of a professional counselor identity.
    • Evaluate progression toward self-awareness
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