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  • Request a private workshop for ten or more attendees | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Phoenix Polytechnic Skysong Tempe West Do you have a campus room reserved Yes No Indicate building and room number Would you like SCE to reserve a room Yes No Is room mediated for a presentation Yes No Are special accommodations needed for any attendee Yes No Please specify type of accommodation needed On a scale of 1 5 1 low 5 high how would you gauge your participants existing level

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/safezone/workshops-group (2014-10-21)
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  • Advanced Counseling Practicum | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    is provided in an atmosphere of support and collaboration Endorsing a developmental model of supervision and training the Practicum Training Program is designed to allow learning to evolve at an optimal pace As practicum students bring their own unique competencies our task is to further refine and build upon these existing strengths We believe that the professional practice of psychotherapy is not simply dependent upon the acquisition of skills rather it reflects the synthesis of clinical competence professional ethics and practice personal integrity and compassion These ideals guide our training and supervision efforts ASU CS training staff believes that self awareness and the ability to continually reflect on one s own personal dynamics are critical to the development of effective professional skills Toward this end trainees may be asked to engage in a process of personal exploration Supervisors will encourage trainees to reflect upon and discuss how their experiences personal qualities and interpersonal dynamics relate to professional functioning Creating a training relationship characterized by trust safety and respect is central to our mission Additionally supervisors are mindful of differentiating between therapy and supervision The focus of discussion therefore directly relates to the trainee s professional functioning and development Practicum Components Preliminary orientation and training focused on ASU CS mission programs operations and procedures Weekly practicum seminar that offers support and collegial interaction specialized training and opportunities to develop case presentation skills Weekly supervision of clinical work provided by professional staff including predoctoral interns and or postdoctoral residents Initial assessment conceptualization and treatment planning Brief individual counseling and psychoeducational group counseling Provision of outreach presentations and consultation Participation in and presentation of a Social Justice Action Project Engagement in individualized reading and self study to supplement professional growth Requirements ASU CS offers an advanced clinical practicum A student s readiness for

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/counseling/services/program/practicum (2014-10-21)
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  • Case Management Practicum | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    strive to ensure that training is provided in an atmosphere of support and collaboration Endorsing a developmental model of supervision and training the Practicum Training Program is designed to allow learning to evolve at an optimal pace As practicum students bring their own unique competencies our task is to further refine and build upon these existing strengths We believe that the professional practice of psychotherapy is not simply dependent upon the acquisition of skills rather it reflects the synthesis of clinical competence professional ethics and practice personal integrity and compassion These ideals guide our training and supervision efforts ASU CS training staff believes that self awareness and the ability to continually reflect on one s own personal dynamics are critical to the development of effective professional skills Toward this end trainees may be asked to engage in a process of personal exploration Supervisors will encourage trainees to reflect upon and discuss how their experiences personal qualities and interpersonal dynamics relate to professional functioning Creating a training relationship characterized by trust safety and respect is central to our mission Additionally supervisors are mindful of differentiating between therapy and supervision The focus of discussion therefore directly relates to the trainee s professional functioning and development Practicum Components Preliminary orientation and training focused on ASU CS mission programs operations and procedures Weekly practicum seminar that offers support and collegial interaction specialized training and opportunities to develop case presentation skills Case management of clients who have been referred to treatment options outside ASU CS Weekly supervision of case management provided by professional staff with case management specialties Provision of outreach presentations and consultation Participation in and presentation of a Social Justice Action project Engagement in individualized reading and self study to supplement professional growth Requirements ASU CS offers an advanced clinical practicum A student

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/counseling/services/program/case-practicum (2014-10-21)
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  • ASU Crisis, Consultation, and Outreach Practicum Training Program | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    We strive to ensure that training is provided in an atmosphere of support and collaboration Endorsing a developmental model of supervision and training the Practicum Training Program is designed to allow learning to evolve at an optimal pace As practicum students bring their own unique competencies our task is to further refine and build upon these existing strengths We believe that the professional practice of psychotherapy is not simply dependent upon the acquisition of skills rather it reflects the synthesis of clinical competence professional ethics and practice personal integrity and compassion These ideals guide our training and supervision efforts ASU CS training staff believes that self awareness and the ability to continually reflect on one s own personal dynamics are critical to the development of effective professional skills Toward this end trainees may be asked to engage in a process of personal exploration Supervisors will encourage trainees to reflect upon and discuss how their experiences personal qualities and interpersonal dynamics relate to professional functioning Creating a training relationship characterized by trust safety and respect is central to our mission Additionally supervisors are mindful of differentiating between therapy and supervision The focus of discussion therefore directly relates to the trainee s professional functioning and development Practicum Components Preliminary orientation and training focused on ASU CS mission programs operations and procedures Weekly practicum seminar that offers support and collegial interaction specialized training and opportunities to develop case presentation skills Weekly supervision of clinical work provided by professional staff including predoctoral interns or postdoctoral residents Triage assessment crisis intervention and clinical consultation Provision of outreach presentations and consultation Participation in and presentation of Social Justice Action project Engagement in individualized reading and self study to supplement professional growth Requirements ASU CS offers an advanced clinical practicum A student s readiness for this experience

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/counseling/services/program/outreachtraining (2014-10-21)
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  • Triage Practicum | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    ensure that training is provided in an atmosphere of support and collaboration Endorsing a developmental model of supervision and training the Practicum Training Program is designed to allow learning to evolve at an optimal pace As practicum students bring their own unique competencies our task is to further refine and build upon these existing strengths We believe that the professional practice of psychotherapy is not simply dependent upon the acquisition of skills rather it reflects the synthesis of clinical competence professional ethics and practice personal integrity and compassion These ideals guide our training and supervision efforts ASU CS training staff believes that self awareness and the ability to continually reflect on one s own personal dynamics are critical to the development of effective professional skills Toward this end trainees may be asked to engage in a process of personal exploration Supervisors will encourage trainees to reflect upon and discuss how their experiences personal qualities and interpersonal dynamics relate to professional functioning Creating a training relationship characterized by trust safety and respect is central to our mission Additionally supervisors are mindful of differentiating between therapy and supervision The focus of discussion therefore directly relates to the trainee s professional functioning and development Practicum Components Preliminary orientation and training to focused on ASU CS mission programs operations and procedures Weekly practicum seminar that offers support and collegial interaction specific training and opportunities to develop case presentation skills Weekly supervision of triage work provided by professional staff including doctoral interns and or postdoctoral residents Triage of clients who seek counseling services at ASU CS Provision of outreach presentations and consultation Participation in and presentation of Social Justice Action project Engagement in individualized reading and self study to supplement professional growth Requirements ASU CS offers a triage training practicum A student s readiness for

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/counseling/services/program/triage-practicum (2014-10-21)
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  • Postdoctoral Residency Training Model | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    opportunity to receive training from ASU CS management in order to develop professional skills and experience in a focus area integral to leadership positions in a university counseling center The specific tasks are negotiated at the beginning of the year with the Training Director and administrator s overseeing the focus area Listed below are the three focus areas currently offered and some of the possible projects related to each area This list is intended to give a sense of the kinds of activities that each focus area would include so that residents can make an informed choice about the area that would best fit their career aspirations These lists are not exhaustive and other opportunities may come up throughout the course of the year that would provide an opportunity for training related to a focus area Residents would not necessarily be expected to engage in all of the projects listed in an area though each area includes activities that would typically be expected of residents focusing in that area noted below with asterisks Training Administration The training administration focus area is designed to provide experiences to help the resident prepare for a career emphasis on counseling center training work Some possible projects related to this focus area include Oversight of the trainee brown bag educational presentation series Co facilitation of the practicum seminar Assistance in maintaining the ASU CS continuing education library Assistance in coordination of staff continuing education program Assistance with other training related projects Counseling Center Administration University Consultation The counseling center administration area is designed to provide experience to help the resident prepare for a career that includes counseling center administrative work particularly in clinical administration Some possible projects related to this focus area include Participation on the Quality Assurance committee Participation on the Student Assistance Coordination

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/counseling/services/program/postdoctoral/model (2014-10-21)
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  • Postdoctoral Training Goals | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    of diversity issues e g SES sexual orientation ethnic gender ability spirituality and cultural diversity when performing assessment C Clinical Crisis Intervention Enhance ability to assess clients who are in crisis suicidal severely impaired or demonstrating dangerous behavior Enhance ability to create appropriate treatment recommendations which may include utilizing campus and community support services Enhance ability to triage crisis situations by differentiating levels of intervention needed D Ethical and Legal Practice Demonstrate ethical and legal practice in all areas including case records and documentation clinical work and other professional activities E Clinical Consultation with Other Professionals Enhance ability to consult effectively with peers psychologists counselors psychiatrists social workers and other health professionals in the provision of clinical services Enhance ability to consult effectively with other university staff including academic and student affairs professionals Goal 2 To attain an intermediate to advanced level of multicultural competency Work clinically with a range of clients representing diversity including culture race ethnicity sexual orientation SES spirituality age physical ability and gender Increase awareness of own beliefs values and attitudes regarding diversity Demonstrate awareness and sensitivity related to stereotypes particularly regarding race ethnicity gender sexual orientation social class religious or spiritual beliefs Recognize when own cultural biases might interfere with treatment and act appropriately Use therapy models consistent with client s belief system Know how personal values interact and may conflict with client values Maintain respect for client s values Goal 3 To develop skills used in professional activities typical of university counseling center psychologists A Outreach Programming and Consultation Skills Enhance skills related to presentation and outreach Create effective workshops and program outlines materials and handouts Develop awareness of ethical and diversity issues relating to outreach and consultation B Supervision Skills Engage in supervision consistent with professional development of supervisee Develop in supervisory relationship

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/counseling/services/program/postdoctoral/goals (2014-10-21)
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  • Postdoctoral Training Clinical Activities | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    to behavioral or mental health concerns Individual Couples Therapy approx 10 hours week Therapy work at ASU CS is focused and tends to be relatively brief Supervisors encourage the resident to work with clients representing many aspects of diversity culture ethnicity sexual orientation SES ability spirituality and gender with an emphasis on cross cultural experiences Supervisors provide feedback regarding cross cultural skills Residents are encouraged to work with several couples during the year Clinical supervisors encourage the resident to develop theoretically based case conceptualizations and hypotheses about client issues and to test those hypotheses by setting treatment goals and evaluating treatment efficacy Group Therapy 1 5 2 hours week The resident leads one or two therapy groups in an area of interest during the year The resident may supervise a trainee co leader After Hours Emergency and Consultation Services The resident provides crisis intervention services during office hours and carries the after hours phone Clinical staff and residents carry the phone on a rotating schedule to provide after hours consultation and on site response for residence halls Clinical Consultation with Other Professionals The resident consults with university personnel to facilitate referrals and to provide personnel with information about mental health issues Case consultation with the multidisciplinary staff is a frequent activity In addition the resident is a member of the ASU CS University Housing team which meets regularly to provide consultation to University Housing staff Outreach Programming and Consultation The resident is required to provide a minimum of five typically much more outreach workshops or presentations during the year In many cases residents are able to choose presentation opportunities of interest to them Outreach opportunities may include ASU CS participation in orientation and information fairs ASU CS outreach related to national recognition events such as Body Pride Week AIDS Awareness

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/counseling/services/program/postdoctoral/activities (2014-10-21)
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