A course designed to integrate human services theory within a practical milieu. Through supervised clinical experience, the student begins hands-on training in a community agency. Skills focused upon are: intake interviewing, case management, assessment of client/consumer needs and intervention strategies to meet those needs, individual and group counseling, outreach activities, recording procedures, appropriate use of community referral and networking resources, staff relations, and inter-agency communication, evaluating program services and volunteer participation. Two hundred and eighty hours of recorded clinical experience are required in addition to a one and half -hour seminar every other week.
Last Updated: 11/24/2015