Description: An introduction to psychological services for clinical students. It involves developing basic intervention skills across theoretical orientations in the fundamental areas of: Conducting a clinical interview, rapport building and maintenance, diagnostic assessment and therapeutic activity. Areas of fundamental psychological assessment will also be reviewed including: Basic statistics and issues of measurement, administration practice of commonly used instruments and test interpretation. Legal, ethical, cultural and professional issues will be emphasized throughout the class as well as professional writing. Letter grade only.
No sections currently offered.
Prerequisite: CPP 602, CPP 673, CPP 680, CPP 683, CPP 737 Pre- or Corequisite: CPP 683