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SPSY 580 Practicum in School Psychology

Content: Didactic class instruction, practicum placement, and clinical training related to work as a professional school psychologist. Covers the application of psychological therapies with children, adolescents, and families in educational settings, as well as skills involved in collecting data for consultation and assessment at the practicum site. Foci will include the development and application of diversity awareness and knowledge including systems of power and privilege; awareness of one's own beliefs, biases, and prejudices; and methods/skills for working with those who are diverse in culture, race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, or physical or mental ability. In weekly seminars, students review research, theory, and practice. Students also present audio and/or video recordings of their counseling for supervisory review.
Prerequisites: SPSY 510.
Restrictions: Consent of advisor.
Credits: 1-3 semester hours.

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