SCH CS701 - Internship Seminar A
This seminar supports the first segment of the 1200-hour internship, which provides the opportunity to refine and integrate skills, and develop the “professional self” and professional work characteristics. The internship enables interns to practice a comprehensive model of school psychological services that includes data-based decision making, counseling, consultation, and group facilitation and leadership. The seminar addresses issues that surface during internship, such as ethical and practice dilemmas, use of supervision, and interactions with administration and staff. Guest presenters offer special sessions on featured topics. Open only to students in the MA/CAGS program in School Psychology. Co-requisite: SFP701.