ORG LP916 - Internship 2
contracts to enter, intervene and evaluate collaboratively following the tenants of action research, organizational development ethics, and principles of healthy helping relationships. Students will demonstrate mastery in application of action research but also in using change models to diagnose and intervene at either the individual, group or systems levels. Internship denotes a level of autonomous skill and deep understanding of the art and practice of organizational psychology consultation. Open only to students in the doctoral program in Leadership Psychology. Students will complete 150 hours of field practicum experience throughout the duration of the course and must attend the companion supervision course, LP918 Leadership Seminar 6, when they take this course.