PSY-629B1 Practicum Case Seminar: Cognitive/Behavioral
2 semester credits
Each 2 unit PSY-629 term (term 1 is 629B1 and so on) is designed to complement the student’s clinical practicum experience. The primary goals of PSY-629 are: a) to provide depth exposure to one broad clinical theoretical orientation, including theoretical understanding, applied skill development, and related research and; b) to provide ongoing case consultation and supervision linked to the training the students are concurrently receiving at their practicum sites.
PSY-629B focuses on developing a strong knowledge base in cognitive and behavioral theories and related therapies and relevant research. Emphasis will be placed on the application of these theories and therapies to clinical disorders.
Pre-requisites: PSY-708 , PSY-709 , PSY-711A1 , PSY-747 .
Delivery Method: Blended
Grading Default: Letter Only
- Identify a broad spectrum of cognitive behavioral theories and principles.
- Discuss cases from the theory and evidence-based underpinning of the cognitive behavioral perspective.
- Conduct appropriate treatment planning in consideration of client goals, diagnosis, strengths, and challenges consistent with CBT and practice.
- Intervene therapeutically and empathically with clients from a cognitive behavioral perspective.
- Describe the research on the strengths and weaknesses of CBT and practice.
- Demonstrate cultural competency in case applications consistent with CBT and practice.
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