1 Counseling Psychology Program CNP 4751 Counseling M.A. Internship CNP 4762 School Counseling Internship 2 M.A. INTERNSHIP PACKET Introduction to Master s Internship 2. Field Supervisor Memorandum 3. Agreement 4. Goals/Contract 5. Evaluation of Student s Internship Performance 6. Monthly Internship Log 7. Internship Hours Quarterly Summary 8. Site Evaluation
2 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER Counseling M.A. Internship and School Counselor Internship 2 CNP 4751 and CNP 4762 INTRODUCTION The Master s Internship for the Counseling program in the Morgridge College of Education, University of Denver (DU), is a fieldwork experience that provides a supervised transition from an academic setting to the professional field of counseling. The internship is generally undertaken during the second year of the master s program (typically Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters), and is coordinated by a professor from the Counseling Psychology program working with selected on-site supervisors (practitioners from approved field settings students in the School Counselor concentration must be supervised by a licensed school counselor). Components of the internship include: 1) supervised experience in the field setting; and 2) additional individual and group consultation sessions with a Counseling Psychology faculty member (the DU internship instructor). The Counseling Psychology internship requires a minimum approximately 20 hours per week for Master s students. They must complete at least 600 hours of on-site work (generally 200 hours per quarter, over 3 quarters). This includes a minimum of 300 direct client contact hours (i.e., the intern is providing counseling to one or more clients. This could be group, family, individual, couples, etc). Of these, a minimum of 75 hours must be spent doing individual counseling. Individual counseling is defined as the student providing counseling to one client (co-therapy is not included in this 75 hours). In the interest of professional standards as well as practical considerations, students are required to pursue internship experiences in settings other than their normal place of employment, except in unusual circumstances and with the permission of the faculty. Internship experiences in normal places of employment may produce a conflict of obligations for the employer. Further, students must pursue internship placements that are different from their first-year practicum placements. Experiences in other settings will provide the student with a broader exposure to the counseling field, which is important in a training program. In those cases where students wish to continue their training at the same site where they completed their practicum, major change in tasks and training must occur. For example, the training experience could change from an outpatient setting with adults to an inpatient setting with adolescents the same agency. Exceptions to these rules will be granted only on the recommendation of the advisor and with the approval of the Counseling Psychology faculty. The student must show that he/she will obtain new and relevant training and appropriate supervision if he/she remains at the site where practicum was completed. ELIGIBILITY In the Master s program, the student is eligible for internship upon (a) successful completion of the master s practicum (i.e., completing the course with a B or above) and (b) approval of the chosen internship site by the internship instructor or the Coordinator of the Master s Internships.
3 Counseling M.A. Internship and School Counseling Internship 2 CNP 4751, CNP 4762 FIELD SUPERVISOR MEMORANDUM TO: FROM: SUBJECT: Counseling Internship Field Supervisor The Counseling Psychology Faculty at the University of Denver Supervision of Counseling Internship Students from the University of Denver Thank you for agreeing to supervise one of our Counseling students for his/her internship. Your main requirement as a Field Supervisor is to meet with the internship student for at least one hour per week for a face-to-face supervisory conference, and to evaluate the student s performance at your site. Your comments may be based on observing the student s counseling sessions, listening to tapes, or reading session notes. It is expected that you will be responsible for screening clients and matching them with the supervisee s ability level. Students are encouraged to work with a diverse group of clients. Activities considered appropriate for the internship experience are direct services such as: individual, marital, family, and group counseling, consultation with parents and teachers, career counseling, and assessment opportunities commensurate with the student s skills. Students are required to accumulate 600 hours on site over the course of 3 quarters. Of the required hours, students must have at least 75 hours of individual client contact. Students are also required to audiotape at least two of their sessions per quarter for review purposes at DU. In addition, each student will be asked to present some of his/her counseling case material to the internship class on campus. Client names will not be used so that confidentiality is observed. If any of these requirements cannot be met at your site, please contact the internship supervisor at DU as soon as possible. The student must be able to meet these requirements in order to complete the internship course. Students in the School Counseling Concentration must be supervised by a licensed school counselor. We highly value the time and effort you will give to the supervision of this student. In exchange, we expect the internship student will give you service of good quality. It is the policy of our department at this time that supervisors will not be compensated by either the student or the University for supervision time. Enclosed is your copy of the student s internship evaluation form to be completed independently by you. The student is responsible for evaluating him/herself on a duplicate form and arranging a joint feedback session. Both forms must be returned by the student to the internship supervisor by the end of the quarter. Please contact the Internship instructor with any questions or concerns.
4 THIS AGREEMENT, by and between Counseling M.A. Internship and School Counseling Internship 2 CNP 4751 and CNP ) Counseling Psychology Program Morgridge College of Education University of Denver Denver, CO ) School or Agency Name Field Supervisor Name Address AGREEMENT Phone 3) Student Name Address Phone Is for the purpose of providing Master s Internship experience for the above named student for: Course Number: CNP 4751 or CNP 4762 Credits 4 Quarter It is mutually agreed that the above-named school or agency will proved the following services and supervision for the above-named student: 1. An orientation to the school or agency and specific student duties. 2. Individual supervision with Field Supervisor for a minimum of one hour per week.
5 In addition it is agreed that: 3. Supervision of the student will be done in accordance with the guidelines established by the school or agency for all regular personnel. 4. The supervisor will actively work with the University of Denver staff in eliminating problems that might arise during placement. 5. The supervisor will submit an evaluation on each student at the end of each quarter and share the evaluation with the student. This evaluation will also be shared with the DU Instructor of the Internship class. 6. The supervisor will be responsible for determining that assigned cases are within the ability of the student. 7. The student will be allowed to audiotape or videotape clients for review by the DU Instructor. It is mutually agree that the student will: 1. Arrange for their own transportation. 2. Be at the agreed upon location at the following days and times (minimum hours/week): 3. Be assigned the following specific duties and responsibilities: 4. Be accountable directly to the agency or school supervisor. 5. Follow the policies/regulations of the agency or school. Maintain client confidentiality. 6. Attend weekly seminars to discuss common problems and experiences. Dates of seminars will be arranged. 7. Keep a log of the time spent in the internship (dates, hours) and the duties performed. 8. Write an self-evaluation of his/her experience at the field site to be submitted to the faculty instructor at the end of the quarter. It is mutually agreed that the University of Denver Counseling Psychology faculty will provide the following: 1. Advise the student as to the requirements (seminars, reports, evaluations) involved in the internship course. 2. Provide coordinating seminars to discuss common problems and experiences and assist the student in report writing. 3. Maintain periodic contact with the field supervisor and the student to discuss the student s progress. 4. Give the student feedback regarding the faculty s consultation and maintain appropriate records for registration and grading 5. Provide consultation for audiotaped samples of counseling interviews. 6. Actively work with the agency in eliminating problems which arise during placements. 7. Observe confidentiality of information.
6 It is the expectation of all three parties involved that the above-stated conditions be met. Should they not be met, it is imperative that all three parties discuss why these expectations have not been met at the earliest possible date. The following signatures verify agreement with the above-stated conditions: Student Date Field Supervisor Date University of Denver Instructor Date
7 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER Counseling M.A. Internship and School Counseling Internship 2 CNP 4751, CNP 4762 GOALS/CONTRACT Name Quarter Year 1. List below your learning goals for this quarter at your internship site. Be specific about what counseling skills you want to work on and be realistic about what is achievable. 2. List counseling issues which are of concern to you and /or that you would like to discuss in the internship group during the quarter.
8 Trainee Name: COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY University of Denver Evaluation of Student Performance Date of Evaluation: Supervision Dates: From to Supervisor Name: Trainee Level: Masters Doctoral Trainee Prior Clinical Experience (direct client hours prior to this placement) Practicum Site Name Type of Site (e.g., CMHC, Hospital, UCC, VA, etc) How many PhD students have you supervised? How many MA students have you supervised? Which of the following activities have you performed as a supervisor? Observed student directly Listened to tapes or videos of sessions Read session notes Discussed cases with student What percentage of overall Practicum/Internship hours did the student spend in direct and indirect client activities? % Direct (counseling) % Indirect (e.g., case conference, staff meetings, consultation, admin) Which of the following activities has the student performed? Individual therapy
9 Group therapy Couple and Family therapy Career Counseling Assessment Other This feedback form is consistent with the training model for our counseling psychology programs as it uses a developmental, competency-based model. The areas of competency listed below have been discussed in literature and are considered the critical areas of knowledge, awareness, and skills for the practice of psychology. Trainees should be provided feedback based on their level of professional development, not relative to peers. Expectations of trainees vary depending on their training level. Please use the following scale to rate your supervisee on the items below: +7 Strongly Above Expectations: The trainee has shown strong evidence of the knowledge, awareness, and/or skill. Performance is highly consistent. +6 Above Expectations: The trainee has shown some evidence of the knowledge, awareness, and/or skill. Performance is mostly consistent. +5 Slightly Above Expectations: The trainee has shown some evidence of the knowledge, awareness, and/or skill. Performance is fairly consistent +4 Meets Expectations: The trainee has shown some evidence of the knowledge, awareness, and/or skill. Performance is inconsistent. +3 Slightly Below Expectations: This is an emerging knowledge, awareness, and/or skill for trainee. The trainee s knowledge, awareness, and/or skill are not very evident in their performance or discussions. Extra attention and focus should be provided in supervision. +2 Below Expectations: Trainee lacks understanding and demonstrates minimal to no evidence of the knowledge, awareness, and/or skill. Extra attention and focus should be provided in supervision. Remedial work may be required. +1 Extremely Below Expectations: Trainee demonstrates problematic or harmful behavior requiring immediate attention. Immediate attention and remedial work will be required. N/A Not applicable for this training experience or not assessed by this supervisor. I. Assessment / Diagnosis / Case Conceptualization Rating 1. Effectively gathers information about the nature and severity of clients presenting concerns. 2. Formulates meaningful case conceptualizations and hypotheses concerning client behavior and dynamics. 3. Develops treatment goals that are appropriate. 4. Knowledgeable about and open to various theoretical approaches and their application to diverse clients. 5. Knowledgeable about when to seek further information to conceptualize the client.
10 6. Demonstrates competence using diagnostic criteria (DSM-IV-TR) including differential diagnoses. 7. Incorporates cultural considerations into assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, and case conceptualizations. II. Intervention 1. Uses basic interviewing skills effectively, including initiating & terminating the interview appropriately. 2. Ability to form a working alliance with clients. 3. Tolerates difficult emotions and explores clients feelings. 4. Deals with ruptures effectively and negotiates differences with clients. 5. Knowledgeable about different interventions, demonstrates flexibility and knowledge about when to change interventions, and selects interventions based on client needs. 6. Adapts and tailors interventions and mainstream treatment methods to be culturally relevant and congruent to clients. 7. Refers clients to appropriate resources when appropriate (e.g., psychiatry, group, community therapists, agencies). 8. Considers empirically supported treatments or evidence-based treatments. 9. Prepares clients for termination of treatment appropriately and sensitively. 10. Understands and maintains appropriate professional boundaries with clients. GROUP: 11. Demonstrates awareness and knowledge of group development and process Rating 12. Formulates specific, demonstrable and realistic treatment goals and discusses with the group 13. Takes appropriate therapeutic actions III. Psychological Testing 1. Administers and scores psychological tests appropriately, in a standard way, and capably. 2. Combines test data, referral information, observations and client statements into clear, theoretically verifiable statements about the client. Separates facts based on material at hand from speculations based on theory. Indicates basis for inferences. 3. Demonstrates ability to develop appropriate recommendations and to relate recommendations to assessment findings and conclusions. 4. Discusses evaluation results with client in language client can understand. Makes clear to client the status of assessment, statements, whether fact or hypothesis. Spells out for client how assessment is to be used in facilitating treatment. 5. Reports clients behaviors accurately (including client posture, expression, and verbalizations) Rating 6. Backs up inferences about client characteristics (e.g., defensiveness, anxiety,
11 attitudes, etc) with specific behavioral observations. 7. Selects appropriate assessment procedures based on referral information, initial contact, and continuing interaction with client. 8. Reports are written in non-technical language and with absence of jargon. Reports address questions raised by referrer--implications of assessment results are spelled out. IV. Crisis intervention 1. Assesses crisis situations appropriately. 2. Intervenes during crisis situations appropriately. 3. Conducts suicidal and homicidality assessments thoroughly, effectively and appropriately. Elicits relevant information. 4. Assesses for potential child and elder abuse/neglect and domestic violence thoroughly, effectively, and appropriately. Elicits relevant information. 5. Seeks appropriate consultation or supervision when encountering crisis situations. 6. Follows-up with client needs related to the crisis and provides case management when appropriate. 7. Demonstrates ability to remain calm during a crisis situation. Rating V. Consultation and Outreach Rating 1. When seeking consult, trainee maintains rapport with colleagues and is aware of other disciplines contributions. 2. Knowledgeable about when to consult with other professionals or supervisors. 3. Knowledgeable about didactic learning strategies that take into consideration developmental and individual differences during outreach programs. 4. Demonstrates comfort in presenting to audiences and engages audience when presenting. 5. Demonstrates clear and effective communication skills in both consultation and outreach. VI. Personal Characteristics 1. Monitors and accurately assesses own strengths and weaknesses (i.e., self-awareness). 2. Empathizes with thoughts, feelings, and needs of others (i.e., empathy). 3. Demonstrates ability to identify personal distress and uses resources that support healthy functioning when experiencing personal distress (i.e., self-care). 4. Demonstrates awareness of one s own feelings toward clients and understands client s impact on self. 5. Understands impact of self on others including colleagues and clients. 6. Demonstrates consistent attendance of meetings and seminars and if there are absences, takes the initiative to plan ahead and/or to follow-up after the absence(s) to be caught up. 7. Demonstrates professionalism in the workplace (e.g., dress, work ethic, timeliness) Rating
12 VII. Relationships and Interpersonal Issues (Colleagues, Agency) 1. Works collaboratively with peers and colleagues. 2. Provides constructive feedback and support to peers. 3. Receives feedback non-defensively from peers. 4. Respects support staff roles and persons. 5. Willing to acknowledge and correct interpersonal conflict with colleagues if applicable. Rating VIII. Use of Supervision 1. Open and non-defensive to supervisory evaluation and feedback. 2. Self-reflects and self-evaluates regarding clinical work with clients. 3. Willing to voice own opinion and does not inappropriately defer to supervisor. Demonstrates good judgment as to when supervisory input is necessary. 4. Communicates self to the supervisor when appropriate (i.e., transparency) 5. Willing to take risks and acknowledge troublesome areas and make mistakes. 6. Applies what is discussed in supervision to interactions with clients. Rating X. Management and Administration Rating 1. Follows agency s policies and operating procedures. 2. Documents crisis assessments appropriately. 3. Maintains organized and timely notes and client records. Notes are completed within the week and prior to any significant leave; documents are up-to-date. XI. Diversity Individual and Cultural Differences 1. Knowledge of one s own beliefs, values, attitudes, assumptions in the context of diversity. 2. Recognizes own biases and stereotypes, personal limitations, and areas for future growth and takes action to reduce such biases. 3. Open to exploring one s feelings and reactions to power and diversity issues. 4. Knowledge about the nature and impact of diversity in different clinical situations. 5. Facilitates discourse and acts as an ally when oppression or poor treatment is imposed on stigmatized and underserved groups. 6. Infuses culture and diversity into all aspects of professional work. 7. Demonstrates respect for and values differing worldviews in all domains of professional practice and professional interactions. Rating
13 XII. Ethical and Legal Standards 1. Knowledgeable about ethical principles, legal mandates, and standards of professional conduct. 2. Recognizes and analyzes ethical dilemmas and legal issues using ethical decision-making skills across the range of professional activities in the clinical setting. 3. Seeks appropriate information and consultation when faced with ethical issues and dilemmas. 4. Behaves ethically across all aspects of professional work. Rating Summary of student s strengths and outstanding professional skills (these are skills which are above the level to be expected of a student at this level of development) Summary of student s skills that need improvement. Please make brief suggestions for working on these skills. (These are skills which are not far below the level expected of a student with comparable training and experience, but which most immediately stand in the way of professional growth.) Summary of deficient areas which need immediate correction. Please make brief suggestions for working on these skills. (These are skills considerably below the level to be expected of a student with comparable training and experience.) Summary of populations or types of clients the student would benefit from working with in the future.
14 Trainee: Supervisor: Date: Date: Trainee s Response:
15 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER Counseling M.A. Internship and School Counseling Internship 2 CNP 4751, CNP 4762 MONTHLY INTERNSHIP LOG Name: Quarter: Fall Winter Spring Summer Year Month Site: Supervisor: Phone: Dates: Direct Client Contact Hours Individual Counseling Group Counseling Other: Couples Counseling Family Counseling Testing Consultation w/ Clients Workshop/Presentation by Student Other: (Specify)- Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 (Week 5) Subtotal: Individual Group Couples Family Testing Consult. Workshop Other (A) MA Internship Class Subtotal Supervision Individual Group Staff Meeting/Training (B) Other: (Specify)- Subtotal (C) Administrative/Case Management Progress Notes Test Scoring/Interpretation Case Report Writing Audio/videotape Review Program Planning DU Transcript Consultations Observation Research (reading, etc.) Other (Specify)- Subtotal (D) A + B + C + D = Total Hours This Month Previous Hours: Total Cumulative Hours:
16 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER Counseling M.A. Internship and School Counseling Internship 2 CNP 4751, CNP 4762 INTERNSHIP HOURS QUARTERLY SUMMARY Student s Name Quarter: Fall Winter Spring Summer Year: Supervisor: Phone: Internship Site: Address: Direct Client Contact Hours Hours From Previous Quarters Current Hours Cumulative Hours Individual Counseling Group Counseling Vocational/Career Counseling All Other Direct Client Hours Subtotal Class Hours Subtotal Supervision and Consultation Hours Subtotal Administration/Case Management Hours Subtotal Total Hours:
17 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER Counseling M.A. Internship and School Counseling Internship 2 CNP 4751, CNP 4762 Completed at the end of Internship (Spring) SITE EVALUATION Student Name: Date: Site: Address: Supervisor: Phone: Student level: M.A. Ph.D Academic quarter: Fall Winter Spring Summer Year: DU Internship Course Title and Number: Check all the counseling opportunities that are available at this site: o Individual Counseling o Men o Women o Adolescents o Children o Special Populations (specify): o Career Counseling o Marriage and Family Counseling o Group Counseling (specify populations): o Consulting (specify with whom): o Assessment o Other (specify): Types of clients served: What kind of supervision is provided? o Individual Supervision Hours/Week: o Group Supervision Hours/Week: Number of Students in Group:
18 What are the on-site responsibilities of the student (e.g. biofeedback with inpatient pain patients, short term groups with alcoholics, etc.)? What is the theoretical orientation of the supervision (i.e. quality and style)? Are there unique demands of this site that have not already been discussed? (full-year commitment, requires at least 15 hours weekly, etc.) Do you have any comments about this site you feel would be helpful to an interested student? Is there an opportunity for a paid practicum or internship? No Yes How much? Would you recommend this site? No Yes Yes--under the following conditions (e.g. must have prior experience with alcoholism, request a specific supervisor, family counseling is the main type of service)
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