Practicum in Human Relations II is an intensive practicum course designed to provide direct exposure to clinical populations, along with structured individual and group clinical supervision. Activities include placement at a psychologically-oriented internship site, along with seminar discussion of clinical cases and systems issues. Emphasis on the theoretical understanding of clinical assessment and intervention from a psychological perspective, integrating both nomothetic and ideographic approaches. Prerequisites: Abnormal Psychology, and preferably at least one other clinical course (e.g., Psychological Assessment, Psychotherapies, etc.), and permission of the instructor.
1. Read the application and internship lead lists thoroughly – make some tentative decisions about when and where you would like to do an internship. Discuss your plans with Professor Hanley (email is a fine start), and also your advisor, if possible.
2. Attend the PSY451 Internship meeting during the term prior to the one when the course is scheduled. Information about the course, available placements, and application procedures will be discussed.
3. Submit an application, the form is available below. Email the completed form to Professor Hanley (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the end of the 6th week of the term before the course is offered.