Psychology

  • GRS PS 974: Clinical Practicum
    Open to advanced candidates in clinical psychology, behavioral medicine, nursing, education, and health sciences. Students participate in psychological programs of approved practicum centers, reporting and evaluating their experiences in seminar conferences. Work is directed toward increasing competence in the duties expected in clinical behavioral medicine.
  • GRS PS 978: Laboratory and Research Practicum
    Open to advanced doctoral candidates in psychology. A review of contemporary research in selected areas. Issues of experimental design, execution, and data analysis are examined in the context of pursuing dissertation research.
  • GRS PS 979: Clinical Internship
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: dissertation proposal defended; completion of all course requirements; approval of clinical faculty.
    For clinical doctoral students only. Students complete a one-year clinical internship as part of the requirements for the Ph.D. degree in clinical psychology.
  • GRS PS 980: Clinical Internship
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: dissertation proposal defended; completion of all course requirements; approval of clinical faculty.
    For clinical doctoral students only. Students complete a one-year clinical internship as part of the requirements for the Ph.D. degree in clinical psychology.
  • GRS PS 993: Clinical Supervision of Psychotherapy
    Graduate Prerequisites: fourth- or fifth-year graduate student in Clinical Psychology and completion of both 8-hr and 16-hr year-long practica, or consent of instructor.
    For senior graduate level students. Training in the research, theory, and practice of supervision. Students present case material and, under the supervision of a licensed clinician, supervise a novice clinician.
  • GRS PS 994: Clinical Supervision of Psychotherapy - Practicum
    Graduate Prerequisites: GRS PS 993; and 4th/5th-year graduate standing in Clinical Psychology, completionof both 8-hr. and 16-hr. year-long practica, and consent of instructor.
    Provides clinical training in supervision of psychotherapy skills. Students present actual case material, and, under the supervision of a licensed clinician, supervise a novice clinician.