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1 FRANCISCAN UNIVERSITY OF STEUBENVILLE GRADUATE COUNSELING PROGRAM SITE SUPERVISOR S HANDBOOK FOR ORIENTATION AND TRAINING Franciscan University of Steubenville Graduate Counseling Program Finnegan Fieldhouse Steubenville, OH

2 INTRODUCTION TO THE PROGRAM The Master of Arts in Counseling at Franciscan University aims to develop professionals who respect and integrate human and Christian values. The program combines the learning of therapeutic techniques with a Christian understanding of the human person. The Master s in Counseling is a full-time, two-year program with the majority of classes offered during the day. However, part-time enrollment is available for individuals continuing in a professional career or assuming other responsibilities while completing the program. A total of 54 credits is necessary to complete the Master s degree. A thesis is not required. Additional coursework is available in the Master s Plus Program for those needing 60 semester credits for licensure requirements (LPC/LPCC) in selected states, including Ohio. MISSION STATEMENT The underlying philosophical approach in the Counseling Program is consistent with Franciscan University of Steubenville s mission to promote free intellectual inquiry conducive to the development of professionals who respect and integrate human and Christian values. The program aims to provide a strong background of experiential training, knowledge, research and testing skills, and promotes an understanding of the physical, intellectual, social, emotional, and spiritual aspects of human development and behavior. Graduates from this program will receive the academic and experiential foundations that will enable them to specialize in a variety of counselor roles, such as community mental health counselors, pastoral counselors, drug and alcohol counselors, college counselors, and relationship counselors. The program has the goal of providing educational foundations that enable its graduates to enter professionally satisfying careers, serve others to the best of their abilities, and develop a capacity for intellectual, professional, and personal growth. OBJECTIVES The objectives of the Graduate Counseling Program are: 1. To develop the therapeutic, preventive, educative, and facilitative skills of the prospective counselor working in a culturally diverse society. 2. To increase knowledge and understanding of appraising systemic and individual needs and providing suitable treatments. 3. To provide a program of studies that covers the course content for licensure in counseling. 4. To promote an understanding of human nature based on a Christian philosophical perspective. 5. To offer a concentration in Christian counseling for students desiring to learn more about applying professional skills in a Christian counseling setting. 2

3 These objectives are fulfilled by program activities, and especially through coursework and clinical experiences and supervision. Requirements for Site Supervisors CACREP makes the following requirements of site supervisors: 1. A minimum of a master s degree in counseling or a related profession with equivalent qualifications, including appropriate certifications and/or licenses. 2. A minimum of two years of pertinent professional experience in the program area in which the student is enrolled. 3. Knowledge of the program s expectations, requirements, and evaluation procedures for students. 4. Relevant training in counseling supervision. All students must be supervised in their practicum and internship experiences by a clinical supervisor who meets requirements established by CACREP standards. In addition, students who are seeking Ohio licensure and completing training a site in Ohio must ensure that their site supervisor meets the requirements established by the Ohio CSWMFT Board. When determining sites, students are responsible for gathering information about the supervisor s credentials. State of Ohio Requirements for Site Supervisors: Students who intend to be licensed in Ohio and who complete a practicum and/or internship in Ohio must do so at a site that has a supervisor who is a licensed professional counselor with the Ohio Supervisory Credential. 3

4 MEET THE FACULTY Milo Milburn, Ph.D., LPCC-S Dr. Milburn, an Associate Professor and Director of the Counseling Program, received his Ph.D. from Duquesne University in 1992 in Clinical Psychology (M.A. Counseling, Franciscan University, 1998; M.A., Psychology, Marshall University, 1978). Currently, he teaches the following courses: Theories & Techniques of Counseling I, Christian Counseling Approaches, Internship II and Advanced Topics: Cognitive-Behavior Therapy. His research interests include forgiving, trauma treatment, cognitive-behavioral therapy and training, and hypnosis in CBT. Christin Jungers, Ph.D., LPCC-S, NCC Dr. Jungers, an Associate Professor in the Counseling Program, received her Ph. D. from Duquesne University in 2007 in Counselor Education and Supervision (M.S. Ed., Duquesne University, 2000; B.A., Duquesne University, 1998). Currently, she teaches the following courses: Social and Cultural Foundations, Pastoral Counseling, Human Growth and Development, Career Counseling, Theories and Techniques II, Practicum, Internship I, and Counseling Supervision and Consultation. Her research interests include counseling with older adults, multicultural issues in counseling, and pastoral approaches to therapy. Don Kissinger, Ph.D., LPCC-S Dr. Kissinger, an Assistant Professor in the Counseling Program, received his Ph.D. from Kent State University in 2009 in Counselor Education (M.A., Franciscan University of Steubenville, 1992; B.S., Franciscan University of Steubenville, 1989). Currently he teaches the following courses: Counseling Research and Evaluation, Professional, Ethical, and Legal Issues in Counseling, Group Dynamics and Counseling, Practicum in Counseling, Internship in Counseling I and II, and Advanced Assessment. His research interests include counseling with sexual offenders, counseling with trauma victims, family counseling, emotional deprivation and healing, and men s issues. Dr. Kissinger has held various counseling positions and he has worked in private practice for the past ten years. 4

5 PRACTICUM INFORMATION 5

6 Franciscan University of Steubenville Graduate Counseling Program Steubenville, Ohio PRACTICUM STATEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING Student Name Semester/Year (Please Print) This agreement made this day of 20 betweeen (Name of Placement Site, referred here after to as the Site ) Address Zip Code Phone Number and Franciscan University, Steubenville, OH (here after referred to as the University ) The Graduate Counseling Program at the University offers an entry level counselor education program leading to a Master of Arts in Counseling. An essential aspect of this degree program is an experiential practicum semester and two semesters of internship, acquired in counseling or related mental health agencies or programs. I. PRACTICUM GUIDELINES Practicum is understood to involve a minimum of 100 clock hour of service at a Counseling or related Agency or Program site. including 40 hours of direct service in individual an/or group counseling. Practicum interns will receive small group and individual supervision by University faculty supervisors, in addition to supervision provided by practicum site supervisors. Practicum interns are expected to obtain audio or video tape recordings of counseling sessions unless prohibited by the practicum site. 6

7 II. RESPONSIBILITIES OF FRANCISCAN UNIVERSITY OF STEUBENVILLE 1. Qualified University faculty in the Graduate Counseling Program are responsible for planning, developing, implementing and evaluating the practicum course requirements for graduate trainees. 2. Qualified University faculty will provide group and individual supervision of practicum students and act as liaisons between the Graduate Counseling Program and the on-site supervisors at the Placement Agency or Program. 3. University faculty will plan practicum experiences as needed in collaboration with the Agency or Program Coordinator of practicum placement and the appointed on-site supervisors of the graduate trainees. 4. Faculty and graduate trainees are obligated to the policies, procedures and rules of the Placement Agency or program. 5. Faculty and graduate trainees share in professional responsibility, accountability and confidentiality of information regarding services to clients. 6. Faculty, graduate trainees and Agency or Program staff personnel will share in evaluating the trainee s experiences in the program. 7. The University faculty and graduate trainees understand that the Placement Agency or Program shall have complete control over its clients. 8. University faculty and graduate trainees understand that the client s welfare is primary and that the Placement Agency or Program has the right to request that a graduate trainee be withdrawn from the counseling facility if his or her work performance or conduct are having detrimental effects on any of Agency s or Program s clients or personnel. All facts relative to the reason for such a request will be presented to Franciscan University of Steubenville Graduate Counseling Program Chair or the student s faculty supervisor. It is agreed that Franciscan University of Steubenville will remove the graduate trainee from the Placement Agency or Program. It is also understood that the Placement Agency or Program would make every effort to rectify unsatisfactory graduate trainee work performances short of requiring a trainee s withdrawal and that the Placement agency or Program would assist in providing adequate information to the trainee and Counseling Program to enable adequate due process evaluation procedures. 7

8 9. Faculty and graduate trainees will be protected by liability insurance for the duration of the practicum experience. Trainees are required to carry the group liability insurance arranged for with assistance of the University. Personal, private liability insurance is optional for the trainee. III. RESPONSIBILITIES OF PRACTICUM AGENCY OR PROGRAM 1. The Agency/Program accepts Graduate Counseling Program s students for counseling practicum placements which will be cooperatively arranged and scheduled a reasonable time in advance. The Placement Agency or Program will clarify its policies on audio and videotaping of sessions. 2. Areas for conducting counseling sessions and for doing paper work will be available for graduate trainees. Provisions will be made to ensure that students have the ability to meet course requirements for practicum, especially regarding direct service hours with clients (40 hours over the course of a semester). 3. The Site supervisor of the graduate trainee at the Agency/Program will provide ongoing verbal performance feedback to the trainee, as well as a written evaluation upon completion of the practicum. The University will provide to the site supervisor a standard evaluation form for the final evaluation. 4. The Agency/Program has a right to request the University to withdraw any student from its facility when conduct or work with patients or personnel is not, in the opinion of the Administration of said Agency/Program, in accordance with acceptable standards of performance. IV. STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Obtain transportation to and from the site. 2. Schedule and attend weekly supervision sessions with onsite supervisor and attend weekly supervision sessions with faculty supervisors. 3. Adhere to the ethical guidelines of the ACA Code of Ethics. 4. Adhere to the policies and procedures, rules, and standards of the placement site. 8

9 The term of this agreement shall be from (day/month/year) to, unless terminated by either party, giving notice to the other. Date Administrator, Agency/Program Date Chair Graduate Counseling Program Date Practicum Student 9

10 Franciscan University of Steubenville Practicum in Counseling CSL 624 Course Syllabus - 3 Credits **Note: This is a common syllabus for all CSL624 practicum supervision sections. Individual practicum supervisors may have additional requirements. COURSE DESCRIPTION The Practicum in Counseling is intended to be a closely supervised introductory counseling experience in a counseling, mental health or human service agency/program. Practicum is designed to begin or further the development of students as professional counselors through opportunities to apply professional counseling knowledge and skills in service to actual clients. A faculty supervisor will provide weekly group supervision (1.5 hours) and individual or triadic supervision (1 hour). In addition, the Placement Agency/Program supervisor will provide 1 hour of individual or triadic supervision for every 20 hours on site (approximately ½ hour per week or 1 hour every two weeks). COURSE OBJECTIVES At the completion of this course, students will be expected to meet the following objectives: 1. Interviewing and Intake: The development of skills in the interviewing process (including obtaining a psychosocial history and report writing). Specific competencies include: A. Being able to use interviewing skills such as observing, listening, and rapport building. B. Being able to elicit pertinent information for psychosocial history including history of problems, family and work history, medical history and referral source. Measures: Assgn. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 CACREP Standards// CMHC Outcomes: G.5.c Program Goals: 1, 2, 3 2. Treatment: The planning, implementation and termination of therapy, including individual and group therapy. Specific competencies include: A. Being able to successfully engage in individual therapy using basic counseling skills such as observing, using open-ended questions, paraphrasing, summarizing, empathizing, and listening. B. Being able to make progress and treatment notes and to write formal case studies. 10

11 C. Understanding diagnostic processes and procedures and how to use the DSM- IV-TR Measures: Assgn. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 CACREP Standards// CMHC Outcomes: G.5.c Program Goals: 1, 2, 3 3. Case Management/Services Coordination: The coordination of interrelated services within an agency and with supportive agencies concerning a client and the development of case reports. Specific competencies include: A. Knowing the goals, purposes and functioning of each department and program within the agency and knowing the philosophy and policies of the agency. B. Knowing the commonly used referral agencies and services and understanding the procedures for referring. C. Being able to assist in the management of individual cases including discharge, planning, housing, vocational planning and referral services. D. Being able to engage in record keeping. Measures: Assgn. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 CACREP Standards// CMHC Outcomes: G.1.b, G.1.c, // A.3, D.7, F.1 Program Goals: 1, 2, 3 4. Agency Administration and Professional Behavior: Working within administrative structure of the agency, its internal committees and its philosophy, as well as approved professional, ethical and legal guidelines, Specific competencies include: A. Knowing the administrative and operative structure of the agency, including the line-staff assignments, funding source and operational policies and how these can affect and/or advantage client treatment. B. Understanding and being able to utilize agency resources such as records, psychological or psychiatric consultations and library and other information sources. C. Knowing and adhering to the agency s professional standards and quality assurance policies, including policies on client-counselor relationship, emergency management systems, record keeping, referral, consultation and peer review processes. D. Knowing the relevant professional, ethical and legal responsibilities for professional counselors in accordance with the standards of local, state and national professional associations, particularly those of the ACA. E. Being open to the supervision process. Measures: Assgn. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 CACREP Standards // CMHC Outcomes: G.1.j// A.8, A.10, B.1, B.2, D.7, D.9 11

12 Program Goals: 1, 2, 3 5. Cultural Diversity Skills: Respond appropriately to a culturally diverse client population, showing the following competencies: A. awareness and respect for clients cultural differences B. Orientation to learning more about clients culture as needed C. Ability to formulate interventions based on multicultural awareness D. Sensitivity to others needs Measures: Assgn. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 CACREP Standards // CMHC Outcomes: G.2.b//E.3 Program Goals: 1, 2, 3 PRACTICUM EXPECTATIONS 1. Hours of Service: Practicum students are expected to perform a minimum of 100 clock hours of service (approximately one day per week arranged according to the mutual needs and convenience of the student and the placement agency/program). These service hours should include a minimum of 40 hours of direct service to clients, in individual and group counseling, as well as time spent in indirect service such as, case management activities (paperwork, phone calls, case staffing), supervision, and other placement-related service and professional development activities. 2. Supervision: Practicum students will participate in weekly group supervision sessions of approximately one and one half hours and weekly individual or triadic supervision lasting one hour. Supervision times are to be arranged according to the mutual availability of the faculty supervisor and the practicum students. Students also will arrange for onsite supervision with their clinical supervisor (1/2 hour/week) 3. Audiotaping and Videotaping: Practicum students are expected to audiotape and videotape a total of at least three (3) sessions with clients for the purpose of supervision with the faculty supervisor. At least one (1) session is to be videotaped. Recordings of client sessions are subject to the policies, rules and regulations of the placement agency/program. 4. Record Keeping for Practicum: Practicum students are expected to complete weekly log sheets of direct and indirect service. Log templates are found in the handbook and online. Logs must be completed in a professional manner and turned in on a biweekly basis. Failure to turn in logs will result in an incomplete or failure for the course. Practicum students are expected to complete any paperwork required by the placement agency/program including any termination reports. 5: Agency Report: Students will complete an agency report that includes a description of the agency in the following areas: a. History 12

13 b. Formal organizational structure (and informal if appropriate) c. Philosophy or mission statement d. Primary client population(s) served e. Funding source(s) f. Professional standards for comparable entry level counseling positions, including a sample job description listing the specific joy responsibilities and the requirements for education, prior experience and professional licensure or certification for the practicum student s position. g. Emergency management procedures Existing agency documents can be included as appendices for any of these areas. 6: Evaluations: At mid-semester and at the end of the semester, practicum students will receive feedback regarding their performance and progress in their service at the placement agency/program from the placement supervisor(s) and the faculty supervisor. Students also are required to complete a self evaluation at the end of the semester. Placement site supervisors will complete a final evaluation of the student s performance at the end of the semester. COURSE EVALUATION It is understood that practicum students enter practicum with a wide variety of experience and of counseling skill levels. Grades will be assigned by one s assigned faculty supervisor based on the quality of the student s actual service to clients, work performance, and overall development throughout the course. Professionalism will be considered in evaluation (e.g., completion of paperwork on a timely and responsible manner, not missing days at the site, etc.). Failure to complete any required paperwork for the faculty supervisor and/or the placement agency/program could result in a lower and/or incomplete final grade. Graduate student counselors are expected to develop a number of professional competencies and attitudes over the course of their graduate training. A common evaluation form will be completed by faculty and placement supervisors. Individual faculty supervisors may use additional evaluation techniques, i.e. quizzes, exams, etc. A Completion of all practicum hours and course requirements (audio/video tapes, supervision sessions) and clinical judgment of on-site and program supervisors B Completion of all practicum hours, partial completion of course requirements, and clinical judgment of on-site and program supervisors Below a B is grounds for repeating the Practicum experience. 13

14 INTERNSHIP INFORMATION 14

15 Franciscan University of Steubenville Graduate Counseling Program Steubenville, Ohio INTERNSHIP STATEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING Student Name Semester/Year (Please Print) This agreement made this day of 20 betweeen (Name of Placement Site, referred here after to as the Site ) Address Zip Code Phone Number and Franciscan University, Steubenville, OH (here after referred to as the University ) The Graduate Counseling Program at the University offers an entry level counselor education program leading to a Master of Arts in Counseling. An essential aspect of this degree program is an experiential practicum semester and two semesters of internship, acquired in counseling or related mental health agencies or programs. I. INTERNSHIP GUIDELINES Each semester of Internship is understood to involve a minimum of 300 clock hours of service at a Counseling or related Agency of Program site, including 120 hours of direct service in individual and/or group counseling. Graduate interns are expected to receive at least one hour of direct, face-to-face supervision by the internship site supervisor for every 20 hour spent at the internship site, as well as a small group and individual supervision by University faculty supervisors. 15

16 II. RESPONSIBILITIES OF FRANCISCAN UNIVERSITY OF STEUBENVILLE 2. Qualified University faculty in the Graduate Counseling Program are responsible for planning, developing, implementing and evaluating the internship course requirements for graduate interns. 2. Qualified University faculty will provide group and individual supervision of practicum students and act as liaisons between the Graduate Counseling Program and the on-site supervisors at the Placement Agency or Program. 3. University faculty will plan internship experiences as needed in collaboration with the Agency or Program Coordinator of practicum placement and the appointed on-site supervisors of the graduate trainees. 4. Faculty and graduate trainees are obligated to the policies, procedures and rules of the Placement Agency or program. 5. Faculty and graduate trainees share in professional responsibility, accountability and confidentiality of information regarding services to clients. 6. Faculty, graduate trainees and Agency or Program staff personnel will share in evaluating the intern s experiences in the program. 7. The University faculty and graduate trainees understand that the Placement Agency or Program shall have complete control over its clients. 8. University faculty and graduate trainees understand that the client s welfare is primary and that the Placement Agency or Program has the right to request that a graduate trainee be withdrawn from the counseling facility if his or her work performance or conduct are having detrimental effects on any of Agency s or Program s clients or personnel. All facts relative to the reason for such a request will be presented to Franciscan University of Steubenville Graduate Counseling Program Chair or the student s faculty supervisor. It is agreed that Franciscan University of Steubenville will remove the graduate trainee from the Placement Agency or Program. It is also understood that the Placement Agency or Program would make every effort to rectify unsatisfactory graduate trainee work performances short of requiring a trainee s withdrawal and that the Placement agency or Program would assist in providing adequate information to the trainee and Counseling Program to enable adequate due process evaluation procedures. 16

17 9. Faculty and graduate trainees will be protected by liability insurance for the duration of the practicum experience. Trainees are required to carry the group liability insurance arranged for with assistance of the University. Personal, private liability insurance is optional for the intern. III. RESPONSIBILITIES OF PRACTICUM AGENCY OR PROGRAM 1. The Agency/Program accepts Graduate Counseling Program s students for counseling internship placements which will be cooperatively arranged and scheduled a reasonable time in advance. The Placement Agency or Program will clarify its policies on audio and videotaping of sessions. 2. Areas for conducting counseling sessions and for doing paper work will be available for graduate trainees. Provisions will be made to ensure that students have the ability to meet course requirements for internship, especially regarding direct service hours with clients (120 hours over the course of a semester). 3. The Site supervisor of the graduate trainee at the Agency/Program will provide ongoing verbal performance feedback to the trainee, as well as a written evaluation upon completion of the practicum. The University will provide to the site supervisor a standard evaluation form for the final evaluation. 4. The Agency/Program has a right to request the University to withdraw any student from its facility when conduct or work with patients or personnel is not, in the opinion of the Administration of said Agency/Program, in accordance with acceptable standards of performance. IV. STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Obtain transportation to and from the site. 2. Schedule and attend weekly supervision sessions with onsite supervisor and attend weekly supervision sessions with faculty supervisors. 3. Adhere to the ethical guidelines of the ACA Code of Ethics. 4. Adhere to the policies and procedures, rules, and standards of the placement site. 17

18 The term of this agreement shall be from (day/month/year) to, unless terminated by either party, giving notice to the other. Date Administrator, Agency/Program Date Chair Graduate Counseling Program Date Internship Student 18

19 I. DESCRIPTION FRANCISCAN UNIVERSITY OF STEUBENVILLE Graduate Counseling Program COURSE SYLLABUS CSL 625: INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING I 3 CREDITS CSL 626: INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING II -3 CREDITS An Internship is understood to involve a minimum of 600 clock hours of service at a counseling or related Agency or Program site, including 240 hours of direct service in individual and group counseling. The internship may involve full-time work over one semester (a minimum of 15 weeks) although most internships are expected to involve half-time work over two semesters. The CSL 625 Internship I and CSL 626 Internship II courses are designed to include 300 clock hours each at a counseling or related agency. Each internship must also comprise 120 hours of direct service to clients. Graduate Student Interns are expected to receive at least one hour per week of direct, face-to-face supervision by the internship site supervisor, as well as small group and individual supervision by University faculty supervisors. Interns are expected to obtain audio or videotape recordings of counseling sessions for supervision purposes unless prohibited by the placement site. II. INTERNSHIP I & II OBJECTIVES AND COMPETENCIES The overall objective of internship is to provide a structured, supervised program of learning with a planned sequence of experiences in those professional services generally provided by an entry-level professional counselor in the Placement Agency or Program. A list of competencies which interns are expected to develop is presented below as an ideal for an internship experience. It is understood that not all agencies or programs will offer experiences in all of the competencies described, depending on the overall scope and focus of the agency or program or on the particular placement within the agency or program. It is also understood that the exact nature of an intern s experiences may vary according to the intern s pre-internship level of experience, training and interests. EXPECTED COMPETENCIES (INTERNSHIP I & II) 5. Interviewing and Intake: The development of skills in the interviewing process (including obtaining a psychosocial history and report writing). Specific competencies include: A. Being able to use interviewing skills such as observing, listening, interpretation and rapport building. 19

20 B. Being able to elicit pertinent information for psychosocial history including history of problems, family and work history, medical history and referral source. C. Being able to ascertain present mental status and to develop diagnostic impressions using the DSM-IV TR. D. Being able to write formal intake reports. CACREP Standards // CMHC Outcomes: G.5.c, D.1, D.7, H.2, K.1, L.2 Measures: Assgn. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 (Intern I), 7 (Intern II) Program Goals: 1, 2, 3 2. Treatment: The planning, implementation and termination of therapy, including individual, group and family therapy. Specific competencies include: E. Being able to form case conceptualizations, design treatment plans, make progress and treatment notes, write formal case studies and make termination plans and notes with consideration for one s emerging model of counseling. F. Being able to successfully engage in individual therapy using definable treatment modalities. Being able to effectively use basic counseling skills such as listening, reflection, leading, reality testing and interpretation. Knowing when and how to terminate therapy. G. Being able to engage or assist in family therapy using skills and other skills pertinent to family therapy such as goal setting, addressing needs of individual members, interpreting interaction patterns and interpreting dysfunctional behavioral patterns. H. Being able to lead group therapy using definable modalities. Being able to apply basic skills when engaged in group therapy. I. Gaining appropriate knowledge and skills for counseling clients with specific presenting problems such as substance abuse, eating disorders and physical or sexual abuse and being able to advocate for services that fit the needs of such clients. CACREP Standards // CMHC Outcomes: G.5.c, G.5.d // C.7, D.1, F.2 Measures: Assgn. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 (Intern I), 7 (Intern II) Program Goals: 1, 2, 3 3. Case Management/Services Coordination: The coordination of interrelated services within an agency and with supportive agencies concerning a client and the development of case reports. Specific competencies include: 20

21 J. Knowing the goals, purposes and functioning of each department and program within the agency and knowing the philosophy and policies of the agency. K. Knowing and, when necessary, using the commonly used referral agencies and services and understanding the procedures for referring. L. Being able to manage or assist in the management of individual cases including placement at appropriate level of care, administration of needed treatment, discharge planning, housing and vocational planning and referral services. M. Being able to engage in record keeping and the preparing of case reports. CACREP Standards // CMHC Outcomes: G.1.b// C.5, D.4, F.1 Measures: Assgn. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (Intern I), 7 (Intern II) Program Goals: 1, 2, 3 4. Agency Administration and Professional Behavior: Working within administrative structure of the agency, its internal committees and its philosophy, as well as approved professional, ethical and legal guidelines, Specific competencies include: N. Knowing the administrative and operative structure of the agency, including the line-staff assignments, funding source and operational policies. O. Knowing the composition of the internal agency structure, knowing the committee communication process and knowing committee assignments and responsibilities. P. Understanding and being able to utilize agency resources such as records, psychological or psychiatric consultations and library and other information sources. Q. Knowing and adhering to the agency s professional standards and quality assurance policies, including policies on client-counselor relationship, record keeping, referral, consultation and peer review processes. R. Knowing the relevant professional, ethical and legal responsibilities for professional counselors in accordance with the standards of local, state and national professional associations, particularly those of the ACA. Knowing and adhering to any state licensure or certification requirements for professional counselors. 21

22 S. Being open to and using the supervision process to identify strengths and areas of growth CACREP Standards // CMHC Outcomes: //A.3, B.1, D.9, F.1 Measures: Assgn. 1, 2, 3, 5 Program Goals: 1, 2, 3 5. Cultural Diversity Skills: Respond appropriately to a culturally diverse client population, showing the following competencies: T. Awareness and respect for clients cultural differences and ability to using bring cultural awareness to bear on counseling interventions U. Orientation to learning more about clients culture as needed V. Apply multicultural competencies to case conceptualization, diagnosis and assessment measures, interventions and prevention work with individuals, couples, and/or groups W. Demonstrate sensitivity to others needs, ability to form interpersonal relationships with clients and staff CACREP Standards // CMHC Outcomes: G.2.b // D.2, D.5, F.3, H.1 Measures: Assgn. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 (Intern I), 7 (Intern II) Program Goals: 1, 2, 3 22

23 INTERNSHIP I & II EXPECTATIONS/ ASSIGNMENTS 1. Hours of Service: In each section (Internship I and Internship II), internship students are expected to perform a minimum of 300 clock hours of service (approximately three days per week arranged according to the mutual needs and convenience of the student and the placement agency/program). These service hours should include a minimum of 120 hours of direct service to clients, in individual and group counseling, as well as time spent in indirect service such as, case management activities (paperwork, phone calls, case staffing), supervision, and other placement-related service and professional development activities. 2. Supervision: Internship students will participate in weekly group supervision sessions of approximately one and one half hours and weekly individual or triadic supervision lasting one hour with university faculty. Supervision times are to be arranged according to the mutual availability of the faculty supervisor and students. Students will arrange for 1 hour of weekly onsite supervision. 3. Audiotaping and Videotaping: Internship students are expected to audiotape and videotape a total of at least three (3) sessions with clients for the purpose of supervision with the faculty supervisor. At least one (1) session is to be videotaped. Recordings of client sessions are subject to the policies, rules and regulations of the placement agency/program. 4. Record Keeping: Internship students are expected to complete weekly log sheets of direct and indirect service. Log templates are found in the handbook and online. Logs must be completed in a professional manner and turned in on a bi-weekly basis. Failure to turn in logs will result in an incomplete or failure for the course. Internship students are expected to complete any paperwork required by the placement agency/program including any termination reports. 5. Evaluations: At mid-semester and at the end of the semester, practicum students will receive feedback regarding their performance and progress in their service at the placement agency/program from the placement supervisor(s) and the faculty supervisor. Students also are required to complete a self-evaluation at the end of the semester. Placement site supervisors will complete a final evaluation of the student s performance at the end of the semester. 6. Case Conceptualization Presentation and Paper (Internship I): Students are to present a case from their internship practice that outlines: presenting problem, psychiatric history, medical history, family history, educational/occupational history, mental status, case conceptualization, diagnostic impressions, treatment plan and goals, and sample of progress note. 7. Integrative Paper (Internship II only): Students will write a double-spaced, typewritten paper presenting their integrated approach to counseling. The paper is to be written in two parts. In Part I, students are to cover their philosophical, theoretical and 23

24 practical view of: (a) Human health and dysfunction, (b) the role of the counselor, (c) the goals and methods of therapeutic change, and (d) the process of therapeutic change. In Part II, students are to present an illustrative case from their internship practice. A counseling case presentation is to be written, including a description of the case from intake through termination (including a prognostic statement). Use the following headings: Background and Presenting Problem Psychiatric History Medical History Family History Educational & Occupational History Mental Status Case Conceptualization Diagnostic Impression Treatment Plan and Goals Treatment Narrative Students are to illustrate through the narration of the counseling process the manner in which they embodied their counseling orientation. Appropriate referencing (APA style) is expected, and professional confidentiality standards for writing about the case must be followed. COURSE EVALUATION Grades will be assigned by one s assigned faculty supervisor based on the quality of the student s actual service to clients, work performance, and overall development throughout the course. Professionalism will be considered in evaluation (e.g., completion of paperwork on a timely and responsible manner, not missing days at the site, etc.). Failure to complete any required paperwork for the faculty supervisor and/or the placement agency/program could result in a lower and/or incomplete final grade. Graduate student counselors are expected to develop a number of professional competencies and attitudes over the course of their graduate training. A common evaluation form will be completed by faculty and placement supervisors. Individual faculty supervisors may use additional evaluation techniques, i.e. quizzes, exams, etc. A Completion of all practicum hours and course requirements (audio/video tapes, supervision sessions) and clinical judgment of on-site and program supervisors B Completion of all practicum hours, partial completion of course requirements, and clinical judgment of on-site and program supervisors Below a B is grounds for repeating the Practicum experience. 24

25 EVALUATIONS AND FORMS 25

26 Franciscan University of Steubenville Steubenville, Ohio Graduate Counseling Program Site Supervisor s Evaluation of Practicum and Internship Students: CSL 624, 625, or 626 I. Trainee Name Semester Year Trainee Position Course # (please circle one): Practicum 624 Internship I 625 Internship II 626 Summary of Responsibilities (Attach job description if appropriate) Dates of Service Total Number of Placement Hours II. Name of Agency Address Agency Supervisor Title Professional Degree License No. III. University Supervisor License No. IV. Rating of Trainee s Performance: Rating Scale: 1---below expected level for practicum (first site experience) student 2---expected level for practicum student 3---expected level for Intern I 4---expected level for Intern II 5---above expectation for Intern II NA---not applicable/cannot assess In the attached evaluation form, (P) refers to practicum, and (I) refers to internship. Each area of competence has been identified as appropriate to practicum-level (P) development or internship-level development (I). Please evaluate practicum trainees according to the above rating scale in areas identified with a (P). You also evaluate practicum trainees in areas identified with an (I) if you have observed their work in those areas, as well. Please evaluate internship trainees according to the above scale in all areas both (P) and (I). 26

27 Interviewing and Intake Skills Listening skills (P) Observation skills (P) Rapport building skills (P) Psychosocial history-taking skills Presenting problems (P) Family history (P) Work history (P) Medical history (P) Mental status assessment skills (I) Awareness and appropriate use of assessment strategies (I) Diagnostic Impression Skills (P) Treatment Skills Treatment planning and goal setting skills (I) Clinical Awareness (the ability to accurately identify relevant client issues, problems, concerns) (I) Applying basic skills (listening, observation, rapport building, interpretation) in treatment (P) Skill applying definable treatment modality or modalities in Individual Counseling (I) Group Counseling (I) Marriage/Family Counseling (I) Skill in planning and implementing termination/transfer of treatment (I) Putting Theory into practice (including application of specific techniques/ interventions) (I) Documentation Skills Skill in writing: Progress notes (P) Intakes (I) Treatment Plans (I) Treatment summaries (I) Case studies (I) Skill in utilizing existing documentation (e.g. records, reports of consultations, site library resources) (I) 27

28 Case Management Skills Knowing the goals, purposes and procedures of one s site (P) Knowing the commonly used referral sources and procedures for one s site (P) Skill in helping client s connect with relevant resources outside site (I) Professional Identity Skills Skill in adhering to ethical and legal standards for the profession (P) Punctuality, completing tasks in timely manner (P) Following site policies and procedures (P) Openness to supervision (P) Ability to work independently (I) Understanding of roles/functions of mental health counselors in this practice setting, including how it may differ from other settings (I) Understanding importance of relationships between counselors and other professionals/interdisciplinary treatment teams (I) Cultural Diversity Skills Awareness and respect for client s cultural differences (P) Orientation to learning more about client s cultures as needed (P) Application of interventions based on cultural considerations (I) Interpersonal Skills Sensitivity to needs of others (P) Ability to establish relationships with: Clients (P) Staff (P) V. A concrete assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the counselor trainee. Strengths: Areas of Growth: 28

29 VI. What do you recommend to aid the trainee s further development? The staff and students of the Graduate Counseling Program of Franciscan University of Steubenville greatly appreciated your contribution in the training of future counselors. Agency Supervisor Date Counselor Trainee Date University Supervisor Date 29

30 Franciscan University of Steubenville Practicum Interim Update Form Name of Practicum Student: Practicum Site: Supervisor: Date: The following categories concern specific course objectives for Practicum. However, additional comments are welcome and may be added below. If you mark yes to any of the categories below, please describe your concerns and any recommendations you may have regarding remediation. 1. Are there significant concerns regarding Interviewing and Intake Skills (at Practicum level: listening, observation, rapport- building, or psychosocial history- taking)?no Yes 2. Are there any significant concerns about applying Basic Skills (at Practicum level: listening, observation, rapport building, interpretation) in treatment? No Yes 3. Are there any significant concerns about Documentation Skills (at Practicum level: writing progress notes)? No Yes 4. Are there any significant concerns about Case Management (knowing the goals, purposes and procedures of one s site, the commonly used referral sources and procedures for one s site, or how to connect client s with relevant resources)? No Yes 5. Are there any significant concerns about Professional Identity Skills (at Practicum level: adhering to ethical and legal standards for the profession, punctuality, completing tasks in timely manner, following site policies and procedures, openness to supervision, or ability to work independently)? No Yes 6. Are there any significant concerns Cultural Diversity Skills (at Practicum level: awareness and respect for client s cultural differences, orientation to learning more about client s cultures as needed, or applying culturally appropriate interventions)? No Yes 7. Are there any significant concerns with Interpersonal Skills (at Practicum level: sensitivity to needs of others, ability to establish relationships with clients or staff)? No Yes 8. Please feel free to add other comments, concerns or recommendations below: 30

31 Name of Intern: Internship Site: Supervisor: Date: Franciscan University of Steubenville Internship Interim Update Form The following categories concern specific course objectives for Internships I & II. However, additional comments are welcome and may be added below. If you mark yes to any of the categories below, please describe your concerns and any recommendations you may have regarding remediation. 1. Are there significant concerns regarding Interviewing and Intake Skills (listening, observation, rapport- building, psychosocial history- taking, mental status, assessment strategies, or Diagnostic Impression)? No Yes 2. Are there any significant concerns about Applying Treatment Skills (treatment planning & goal- setting, clinical awareness, basic treatment skills, application of specified modalities, or putting theory into practice)? No Yes 3. Are there any significant concerns about Documentation Skills (writing progress notes, intakes, treatment plans, treatment summaries, or using existing documents)? No Yes 4. Are there any significant concerns about Case Management (knowing the goals, purposes and procedures of one s site, the commonly used referral sources and procedures for one s site, or how to connect client s with relevant resources)? No Yes 5. Are there any significant concerns about Professional Identity Skills (adhering to ethical and legal standards for the profession, punctuality, completing tasks in timely manner, following site policies and procedures, openness to supervision, or ability to work independently)? No Yes 6. Are there any significant concerns Cultural Diversity Skills (awareness and respect for client s cultural differences, orientation to learning more about client s cultures as needed, or applying culturally appropriate interventions)? No Yes 7. Are there any significant concerns with Interpersonal Skills (sensitivity to needs of others, ability to establish relationships with clients or staff)? No Yes 8. Please feel free to add other comments, concerns or recommendations below: 31

32 Franciscan University of Steubenville Graduate Counseling Program FIELD PLACEMENT AND SITE SUPERVISOR INFORMATION FORM PRACTICUM INTERNSHIP I INTERNSHIP II SEMESTER/YEAR Start Date of Clinical Experience End Date of Clinical Experience Student Name: Student Contact Information: Home/Cell Phone Work Phone Address: TO BE COMPLETED BY SITE SUPERVISOR (please print) Name of Site: Address of Site: Site Supervisor Name: Site Supervisor Title and Degree: Number of years working in a Clinical Capacity Type of professional license (For Supervisors in Ohio) Do you have the State of Ohio Supervisory Credential? Yes No Site Supervisor Contact Information: Work Phone Cell Phone Address: Fax Number: Is this your first Franciscan University student? Site supervisor Signature THANK YOU FOR YOUR WILLINGNESS TO WORK WITH OUR STUDENTS! 32

33 FACULTY AND STAFF ROSTER FACULTY Milo Milburn, Ph.D., LPCC Associate Professor - Program Chair Finnegan Fieldhouse Christin Jungers, Ph.D., LPCC Associate Professor Finnegan Fieldhouse Donald Kissinger, Ph.D., LPCC Assistant Professor Finnegan Fieldhouse ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Suzanne Runkle

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