Required training activities include supervised experience in individual and group therapy; training in provision of supervision to practicum students; two integrated assessments; opportunities for crisis intervention (on-call and walk-in coverage); participation in weekly supervision of supervision and weekly training seminar (clinical issues / professional issues / diversity / outreach); consultation with faculty/staff/parents; participation in psychoeducational outreach presentations and events; coordinating or co-coordinating a large outreach event; participation in staff and intern case seminars; participation in weekly staff meetings; learning program development through outreach training.
In addition to these general training activities, optional rotations are available. Optional rotations currently include:
1) Sexual assault/sexual abuse survivors
2) Sexual orientation & gender identity
3) Providing clinical supervision
4) Men & masculinity
5) Couples counseling with live observation team approach
6) Counseling center administration
7) ADHD Assessment And Personality Assessment
8) Eating Disorders
9) Addiction Rotation
10) Religion and Spirituaity rotation
11) EMDR training
Rotation offerings are subject to change based on staff availability.
Professional development activities throughout the year include attending Texas Counseling Center Intern Conference and attendance at local professional workshops (dependent on available funding). Interns are also given additional professional development leave (5 days) for job interviews, conference attendance, and/or dissertation-related work.
*Questions on the program's accredited status should be directed to:Office of Program Consultation and AccreditationAmerican Psychological Association750 1st Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002Phone: (202) 336-5979