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This course can be taken by students who have completed the required intermediate practicum (externship) and are obtaining additional supervised clinical experiences. Placement is at one of a range of local agencies and includes experiences in assessment, intervention, treatment planning, case conceptualization, and/or consultation.

Fourth year standing in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program, PSY 785, PSY 786, PSY 787, PSY 836, PSY 885, PSY 886, PSY 985 and PSY 986

Program: Psychology

Credit: 1-1

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PSY-457

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PSY-460

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PSY-486

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PSY-495

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Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

Psychology

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PSY-499

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PSY-395

Special Topics

Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

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