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CAPS Training Program
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) established practicum, externship training, internship, and other training for master’s-level, doctoral-level, and post-doctoral-level students in the disciplines of social work, counseling, psychology, and psychiatry.
CAPS is a training site for Gallaudet graduate students from the departments of social work, counseling and psychology:
We prepare professionals to provide mental health services to deaf and hard of hearing individuals. By the end of their training, all trainees will have accomplished the following objectives:
We develop skills to present to and/or network with the campus community and/or greater Washington area.
We demonstrate cultural sensitivity related to deaf culture, as well as respect for diversity in all areas of their work.
More information is available in the CAPS Training Brochure. Please contact us with any questions.
To help you become more familiar with the Office of Student Conduct (OSC) screening process, here is some important information. The first step in getting OSC screening services is to make the appointment with the CAPS secretary by informing her that you need an OSC...
To help you become more familiar with Therapeutic Services offered by Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), here is some important information. The first step in getting individual and/or couple counseling services is to make an appointment for an intake with the CAPS secretary. The intake...
To help you become more familiar with the assessment process, here is some important information. The first step in getting assessment services is to complete the client information form and other paperwork. You will NOT be added to our wait list until we obtain the...
Protecting your confidentiality is a priority to us. All CAPS staff and trainees follow confidentiality laws, professional ethical guidelines, and we know the deaf community have specific confidentiality needs, relating to accessing mental health services. Information about clients is kept confidential among Counseling and Psychological...
Our practitioner-scholar training model is based on the belief that professional competence is developed through direct-service contact with clients and through in-depth supervision and analysis of that contact. In addition, didactic seminars emphasize scholarly inquiry and the acquisition of theoretical and practical knowledge. To provide...
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