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  • Postdoctoral Training Experiences | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    resident is currently engaged in and thus may vary over the course of the year Supervision of Supervision The resident s primary supervisor the supervisor of record provides supervision of supervision This typically is integrated into the regular supervision meetings but supervision of supervision may include additional time as needed The supervisor views videotapes of the practicum counselor s clinical work and the resident s supervisory sessions with the practicum counselor Clinical Staff Meetings All ASU CS clinical staff including the resident participate in regular clinical staff meetings Case Conference Clinical staff participate in regularly scheduled case conference meetings approximately once a month Continuing Education In house Continuing Education trainings are held approximately once a month for ASU CS trainees and clinical staff In addition ASU CS co sponsors a state training conference in which residents take part along with other psychology trainees and trainers from througout Arizona Diversity Committee and Committee for Service and Social Change The resident has the opportunity to join either the Diversity Committee or the Committee for Service and Social Change at ASU CS taking part in Committee projects The Diversity Committee supports ongoing development of multicultural competence and agency effectiveness in working with a diverse student and university population and to make ASU CS more accessible to students representing diversity The Committee for Service and Social Change supports ongoing agency connection with the broader communities in which we work through facilitation of agency community service projects and involvement in community service activities In addition each resident may participate in training experiences consistent with his or her focus area Professional Issues Training staff provide mentorship and training in the following professional issues Professional transitions and professional identity development Ethical dilemmas in university counseling centers Role of university counseling center on campus Job hunt strategies where

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  • Postdoctoral Training Evaluation | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    areas for growth and progress towards successful completion of the training experience The primary supervisor documents feedback on the Weekly Supervision Form ASU CS clinical staff meet regularly and also as needed to share observations regarding all trainees skills and areas for growth Feedback is based upon all aspects of the trainee s training experiences including clinical and consultative work informal consultations regarding cases observations by seminar leaders and reports by all clinical supervisors The purpose of this process is to ensure an integrated approach towards developing the trainee s skills and contribution to the training experience by all members of ASU CS clinical staff Formal written evaluations are conducted by the primary supervisor and the group therapy supervisor at the midpoint and at the end of the training experience These evaluations are based in large part on the competencies document created in 2008 by the Assessment of Competency Benchmarks Work Group convened by the APA Board of Educational Affairs in collaboration with the Council of Chairs of Training Councils Our evaluation tool focuses on competencies specifically relevant to practice at ASU CS ASU CS training staff seek information from residents to use in evaluating the effectiveness of the training program The Training Director and supervisors seek ongoing verbal feedback from residents throughout the year At the midpoint and at the end of the training year residents complete formal written evaluations of each component of training including the primary supervisor group supervisor and the overall training program Supervisor evaluations are discussed by the resident and the supervisor The Training Director and relevant trainers review the evaluations and feedback is used to assist in program development Training Programs Postdoctoral Psychology Residency Training Model Training Goals Clinical Activities Postdoctoral Training Experiences Evaluation Resident Weekly Schedule Appointment and Benefits Required Qualifications Selection Process

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/counseling/services/program/postdoctoral/evaluation (2014-10-21)
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  • Postdoctoral Training Weekly Schedule | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Concerned About a Student FAQ Locations Postdoctoral Training Weekly Schedule Resident Approximate Weekly Schedule We hope that residents will not work more than 40 hours a week on average but we recognize that at the peak times of the year staff and trainees may need additional time to complete their work The time allocations are approximate and vary according to agency need Direct Service Hours Week Individual Client Hours 10 Triage Counselor on Duty 5 8 Group Therapy 1 5 2 Initial Assessments IA 2 3 Outreach Consultation 0 1 Provide Primary Supervision 1 5 2 0 Provide Group Co leader Supervision 0 5 1 0 Training Hours Week Individual Supervision 2 Secondary Supervision Training 1 Supervision of Supervision 0 1 Staff Development 0 1 Post Doc Seminar 0 5 1 hour bi weekly Additional Activities Hours Week Clinical Staff Meeting 1 Committee Participation 0 1 Focus Area Related Projects Variable Training Programs Postdoctoral Psychology Residency Training Model Training Goals Clinical Activities Postdoctoral Training Experiences Evaluation Resident Weekly Schedule Appointment and Benefits Required Qualifications Selection Process and Timeline To Apply A Final Personal Note About ASU and Phoenix Lodging and Directions Doctoral Psychology Internship Program Practicum Training Program My ASU

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  • Postdoctoral Training Required Qualifications | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    ASU Counseling Services ASU Counseling Services Home About Us Services Concerned About a Student FAQ Locations Postdoctoral Training Required Qualifications In order to be considered for employment in the Postdoctoral Residency Position the following requirements must be met Completion of all doctoral degree requirements from an APA accredited counseling psychology or clinical psychology academic program The degree must be conferred prior to the first day of employment Completion of an APA accredited pre doctoral internship or equivalent predoctoral internship training from which comparable knowledge skills and abilities have been achieved PLEASE NOTE Employment at Arizona State University will be contingent on satisfactory completion of a background check Its scope includes social security number verification and law enforcement and criminal records checks The following is a link to the ASU background verification information http www asu edu aad manuals acd acd126 html Training Programs Postdoctoral Psychology Residency Training Model Training Goals Clinical Activities Postdoctoral Training Experiences Evaluation Resident Weekly Schedule Appointment and Benefits Required Qualifications Selection Process and Timeline To Apply A Final Personal Note About ASU and Phoenix Lodging and Directions Doctoral Psychology Internship Program Practicum Training Program My ASU Find all your personalized information related to ASU in one

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  • Postdoctoral Training Selection Process and Timeline | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    process Our support staff notify applicants by email if an application is incomplete You will receive an email confirming that your application is complete no later than two weeks after the deadline Application Review Applications will be reviewed by the Selection Committee consisting of staff clinicians the current postdoctoral residents the Training Director and members of the Training Advisory Committee TAC After review all applicants will be notified by email of their status selected for an interview or no longer under consideration It is expected that applicants will be notified of their status by mid February 2014 Interviews All interviews will take place by telephone It is expected that interviews will be conducted between February 25 and March 15 2014 Telephone interviews last 30 45 minutes and are conducted by members of the selection committee Visiting ASU CS You are welcome to visit ASU CS to gain more information about our staff and program By meeting applicants ASU CS staff may learn more about an applicant s potential fit with the training program Contact With Staff We welcome contact from prospective applicants We want to provide as much information as possible to aid in your evaluation of our program If you have questions about the residency the application process or would like to arrange a visit please feel free to contact Amy Wasserbauer Ph D the ASU CS Postdoctoral Residency Training Lead by email at amy wasserbauer asu edu or by telephone at 480 965 6146 You are also welcome to contact clinical staff and the current postdoctoral residents The easiest way to make contact is to email your request to Amy Wasserbauer Your request will be given to the appropriate person Training Programs Postdoctoral Psychology Residency Training Model Training Goals Clinical Activities Postdoctoral Training Experiences Evaluation Resident Weekly Schedule

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  • To Apply to Postdoctoral Training | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    a Student FAQ Locations To Apply to Postdoctoral Training To apply to the Postdoctoral Residency Training Program please submit Letter of interest Vita Transcripts of all graduate work Verification of academic program completion or letter from academic program training director stating the anticipated completion date of all doctoral requirements 3 letters of recommendation preferably including letter s from internship training director and or internship primary clinical supervisor NOTE APPLICATION DEADLINE IS FEBRUARY 1 2014 Materials may be submitted electronically via email attachment addressed to bongjoo hwang asu edu or by mail at To send materials by regular US mail Postdoctoral Residency Application Bong Joo Hwang Ph D Training Director Arizona State University Counseling Services Box 871012 Tempe AZ 85287 1012 To send materials by overnight mail Postdoctoral Residency Application Bong Joo Hwang Ph D Training Director Arizona State University Counseling Services Student Services Bldg Rm 334 1151 S Forest Ave Tempe AZ 85287 1012 Training Programs Postdoctoral Psychology Residency Training Model Training Goals Clinical Activities Postdoctoral Training Experiences Evaluation Resident Weekly Schedule Appointment and Benefits Required Qualifications Selection Process and Timeline To Apply A Final Personal Note About ASU and Phoenix Lodging and Directions Doctoral Psychology Internship Program Practicum Training

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  • Doctoral Internship Final Note | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Doctoral Internship Final Note At ASU CS we value our role as a training facility and do everything we can to help create a positive growth experience for our trainees One of the more important aspects of professional development is learning to balance professional obligations and self care Although we are a very busy and active agency we also try to encourage balance for our staff and trainees and are firm believers in stress management through good humor and levity We strive to support of each other and to make working together enjoyable The notable bridge architect Miyoko Ohno was quoted as saying Balance is Beautiful As you traverse this challenging professional bridge of internship application and match we would like to also encourage you to keep attention to balance in your own life Support those around you and embrace the support and enjoyment that s available to you during this time Good luck Training Programs Postdoctoral Psychology Residency Doctoral Psychology Internship Program Training Model Training Goals Clinical Activities Training Seminars and Experiences Evaluation Intern Weekly Schedule Appointment and Benefits Required Qualifications Selection Process and Timeline To Apply A Final Personal Note Diversity Statement About ASU and Phoenix Lodging and

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  • About ASU and Phoenix | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    governmental center of Arizona and the fifth largest U S city ASU is an internationally recognized institution for research and technological advancement classified as an RU VH university by the Carnegie Foundation Research University with very high research activity ASU works in partnership with the private sector to advance the economic competitiveness and quality of life in Arizona ASU is the largest university in Arizona and one of the largest in the country Approximately 82 000 students from all states and more than 100 countries enroll at ASU each year For more information about Arizona State University visit the ASU website at www asu edu Information about the composition of the ASU student body is available at www asu edu uoia fastfacts html About Phoenix AZ With a metro area population of over four million the Phoenix area boasts a sunny climate a casual lifestyle and a rich cultural heritage For entertainment the Phoenix area hosts a broad variety of performing events These include opera ballet theater Broadway musicals and international groups as well as concerts for every musical taste For the sports lover there is a wide menu of events from which to choose The Phoenix area hosts NBA and WNBA basketball NHL hockey NFL football and major league baseball Within two hours drive cool pine forests in mountainous national and state parks offer camping fishing and hiking sites The metropolitan Phoenix area boasts one of the largest urban mountain hiking trail systems in the country For information about the community visit www azcentral com and www tempecvb com To access the online version of the local Arizona Republic newspaper see www azcentral com arizonarepublic Training Programs Postdoctoral Psychology Residency Doctoral Psychology Internship Program Training Model Training Goals Clinical Activities Training Seminars and Experiences Evaluation Intern Weekly Schedule Appointment

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