CNSL 6300 Internship in Clinical Supervision

This course is designed to explore the major conceptual approaches, methods, and techniques; evaluation; and ethical and legal issues related to clinical supervision of master’s level therapists. Definitions, theory-based approaches, supervision formats, and research are reviewed. This course is taught with both a didactic and experiential component. Throughout this course, students will focus on strategies for working with supervisees representing diverse backgrounds and developmental and learning styles. After a critical analysis of the purpose of supervision and theoretical frameworks and models of marriage and family supervision. Students will develop and apply their own theory of supervision in a supervised practice setting that includes each student supervising a group of clinical mental health counseling practicum students. Approval is needed prior to registering for this course.




Counseling (Graduate)