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  • Lodging and Directions | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Toll Free 800 547 8705 Local Phone 480 894 1400 Courtyard Marriott Phoenix Tempe Downtown 601 South Ash Avenue Tempe AZ 85281 USA Toll Free 800 321 2211 Local Phone 480 966 2800 Fax 480 829 8446 Ramada Limited Tempe ASU 1915 East Apache Boulevard Tempe AZ 85281 USA Toll Free 800 272 6232 Local Phone 480 736 1700 Fax 480 736 9030 Additional Lodging Options and Tempe Information Tempe Convention and Visitors Bureau Downtown Tempe 51 West Third Street Suite 105 Tempe AZ 85281 USA Toll Free 800 283 6734 Local Phone 480 894 8158 Fax 480 968 8004 Transportation ASU is about 10 15 minutes from Sky Harbor Airport For transportation from the airport to the motel you can rent a car at the airport or take a Super Shuttle van Super Shuttle reservations can be made by calling 602 244 9000 or on the web www supershuttle com Some hotels have courtesy shuttle service Directions to ASU Counseling Services at the Tempe Campus The Tempe Campus office of ASU CS is on the 3rd floor of the Student Services Bldg which is near the corner of Apache Blvd and Forest Avenue The intersection of Apache Forest is marked by a highly visible landmark the Gammage Auditorium a round pink building The Student Services Building is located at the corner of Forest Avenue and Lemon Street just North of Apache Blvd and just East of Mill Avenue There is on street metered parking along Forest Avenue and there is a parking structure located along Lemon Street between College Avenue and Normal Avenue just east of the Student Services Building CAMPUS MAP PHOENIX AREA INFORMATION 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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  • Doctoral Internship Training Model | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    feedback are valued components of the professional culture By the end of the internship year interns are expected to be ready to function as autonomous entry level practitioners with an intermediate to advanced level of competency in all professional areas The training philosophy is informed by the following values and principles which are fully integrated into the doctoral psychology internship program Challenge It is important that internship offer the opportunity to be challenged to stretch and move out of one s comfort zone into areas of professional functioning that are less familiar The level of challenge needs to be commensurate with the intern s previous training and experience as well as the intern s personal attributes Interns are challenged through their clinical responsibilities multicultural exposure multiple role functions appropriate consultation within a multi disciplinary team and awareness of their personal process It is expected that interns will be able to accept increasing levels of challenge throughout the internship year Diversity Ethical and effective psychologists must consider all aspects of their own cultural contexts and the population they serve This includes understanding the interaction of worldviews and the experiences of oppression and privilege The program fosters appreciation for the richness of human diversity in all its aspects including but not limited to race culture ethnicity sexual orientation spirituality gender physical ability age and SES This is accomplished through didactic supervisory and experiential activities that help develop effective approaches of working with diverse clientele and the broader university community Exposure to role models Interaction with professionals of differing theoretical orientations professional training professional interests and personal characteristics is infused throughout the training program Such exposure provides a rich environment in which interns continue to develop their own professional identities while learning to value the multiple perspectives of professional practice Feedback Receiving specific feedback helps interns understand their strengths and competencies as well as their areas needing additional focus and development Formal evaluation represents the culmination and integration of informal feedback offered throughout a variety of training experiences Integration of scholarly knowledge and practice The program models the use of theoretically and empirically sound professional practices Interns are exposed to a variety of didactic supervisory and experiential activities that value the integration of scholarly knowledge and practice This exposes interns to new perspectives and allows them to engage in professional dialogue in which both intern and supervisors are challenged to examine and articulate the application of scholarly knowledge to professional practice Lifelong learning and growth Training staff teach and model the belief that developing as a psychologist is a lifelong process thus normalizing the belief that all practitioners have relative strengths and weaknesses make mistakes and have the opportunity to grow from reflection upon those experiences Self awareness We believe that self awareness and the ability to continually reflect on one s own personal dynamics are critical to the development of effective professional skills Towards this aim interns may be asked to engage in a process of personal exploration with their supervisors and

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  • Doctoral Internship Training Goals | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    to consult effectively on mental health issues Ability to communicate and consult with professional staff and community providers Demonstrate awareness of the importance of a team approach to clinical services Objective G To develop competency in supervision skills Ability to apply a developmental model of supervision Demonstrate intermediate to advanced supervision skills Effectively evaluate and communicate an assessment of supervisee s skills and areas for growth Use supervisory techniques to improve supervisee s skills Objective H To develop skills in program consultation and evaluation Ability to establish a liaison relationship with a target organization Ability to evaluate an organization s needs for psychoeducational programming or consultation services Ability to provide program consultation services Objective I To develop skills in conducting group therapy Ability to demonstrate competency in using appropriate screening techniques Ability to demonstrate competency in leading groups Objective J To develop skills in providing outreach and consultation to the university community Demonstrate the ability to provide outreach and consultation tailored to the needs of the target population Goal 2 To produce entry level psychologists who demonstrate multicultural competence Objectives To develop cultural awareness of self and others To develop intermediate to advanced skills in working clinically and professionally with individuals from diverse populations Demonstrate knowledge skills and attitudes demonstrating sensitivity to cultural differences In assessment case conceptualization treatment planning and therapy In professional interactions Recognize when own cultural biases interfere with treatment and acts appropriately Use therapy models consistent with client s belief systems Demonstrate the ability to respect and honor differences in world view and values in all areas of professional functioning Understand how personal values interact and may conflict with clients values Maintain respect for the client s values while recognizing them as a potential source of problems Demonstrate awareness of own beliefs values and attitudes and

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  • Doctoral Internship Clinical Activities | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    in teams of two Initially interns serve as the backup clinician and later in the year may have the opportunity to take a more lead role in after hours crisis response as front clinician Individual Therapy ASU CS engages in focused therapy with clients which is typically brief 3 12 sessions but not specifically time limited Supervisors encourage interns to work with clients representing all aspects of diversity e g culture ethnicity sexual orientation SES ability spirituality and gender As part of their individual therapy interns develop case conceptualizations clarify treatment goals and evaluate treatment efficacy by integrating scholarly knowledge and empirically supported treatment Couple s Therapy Interns are expected to see at least three couples throughout the course of their internship training Training on how to do couple s counseling are provided Interns do co therapy with a senior staff clinician for the first couple they see Interns conduct couple s therapy alone under the supervision of their supervisor for the couples they see after completing the co therapy work Group Therapy Interns are expected to co lead one to two therapy groups during the internship co leading with a clinical supervisor If approved by the Training Director and Clinical Supervisor interns could contract to co lead a group with another trainee during the summer months Case Conference Interns are required to attend a weekly case conference through which they will give and receive feedbacks in order to enhance their clinical skills The case conference will be co facilitated by two senior staff clinicians Outreach and Psychoeducational Programming Interns are required to regularly participate in outreach presentations and university events as representatives of ASU CS during the internship year In many cases interns are able to choose presentation opportunities of interest to them Outreach opportunities vary from year to

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  • Doctoral Internship Seminars and Training Experiences | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    fall semester Information about ASU s SafeZONE training is available at http www asu edu safezone Intern Seminar In this seminar interns receive training from professional staff on clinical and professional issues The seminar meets for 1 5 hours weekly in the fall and biweekly in the spring Assessment Interns are trained in assessment of a variety of clinical issues including suicide eating disorders substance abuse trauma sexual physical emotional obsessive compulsive disorder risk assessment During their internship year interns will also receive training in and make regular use of a symptom screening checklist CCAPS and a brief alcohol screening instrument SASSI 3 Professional Issues Interns are encouraged to explore a range of professional issues and experiences to develop their identity as psychologists Topics include Transitions throughout internship Ethical dilemmas in university counseling centers Mental health law in Arizona Role of university counseling center on campus Job hunt strategies where and how to apply for jobs writing a cover letter revising the vita preparing for interviews Professional presentation interns prepare and deliver a professional presentation to ASU staff typically during the Spring or Summer Post doctoral training Preparing for licensure exam Clinical Issues The following are typical of the clinical issues that are addressed in either the Intern Seminar or the CS Staff Development activities Empirically supported treatments are addressed Interns may request topics of interest for the Intern Seminar Eating disorders treatment Time limited therapy Substance abuse treatment Group therapy Case conference Psychotropic medications Diversity Seminar Reflecting the importance of effectively engaging a diverse multicultural university community interns participate in formal seminar training focusing on diversity issues In this seminar interns enhance their ability to engage with diversity and multicultural issues relevant to effective practice of psychology in a university setting This is a hands on seminar experience through which participants will be actively engaging with the university community in outreach and consultative roles As part of the seminar participants will Collaborative consultation with organizations in the university to help more effectively reach traditionally underserved populations Engage in activities designed to enhance effectiveness in clinical and consultative work by addressing personal barriers that affect work with diverse populations Take part in clinical case conferences involving issues of diversity through which they provide and receive feedback and suggestions for enhancing therapy effectiveness Supervision of Supervision Interns will receive training on supervision by attending supervision of supervision seminar weekly for one hour during the fall and spring semesters Diversity Committee Training Committee Interns may elect to join the ASU CS Diversity Committee or ASU CS Training Committee The Diversity Committee develops goals and projects to enhance ASU CS responsiveness and sensitivity to students representing diversity The Training Committee works on various training related issues in order to provide quality training experiences for CS trainees Professional Development Interns are expected to attend all ASU CS staff development and continuing education activities offered through the agency and may request limited time for professional development activities Wellness Psychology Project for Internship Training As part

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  • Doctoral Internship Program Evaluation | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    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 Informal evaluations are conducted by the primary supervisor and the group therapy supervisor at the midpoint of each semester and formal written evaluations are conducted at the end of the training experience with that supervisor These evaluations are based in large part on the 2008 competencies document created in 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 Each supervisor reviews the evaluation with the trainee and both sign it to indicate that it has been reviewed Feedback to the home university is provided through a letter written by the Training Director at the midpoint and at the end of internship The intern receives a copy of the letter ASU CS training staff also seeks information from interns to use in evaluating the effectiveness of the training program The Training Director and supervisors seek ongoing verbal feedback from interns throughout the year At the end of each semester interns complete formal written evaluations of each component of training including the primary supervisor group supervisor seminars and the overall training program Supervisor evaluations are discussed by the intern and the supervisor The Training Director and relevant trainers review the evaluations and feedback is used to assist

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  • Doctoral Internship Program Weekly Schedule | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    be expected on average throughout the course of the year though will in actuality vary based on fluctuating agency demand Hours per Week Direct Services Fall Spring Summer Individual Counseling 8 10 8 10 8 10 Therapy Group 1 5 1 5 0 1 5 Initial Consult Counselor on Duty 3 5 3 5 3 5 Initial Assessment 3 2 3 2 3 2 Outreach Consultation 0 1 0 1 0 1 Supervision of Practicum Student 1 5 1 5 0 Training Fall Spring Summer Primary Supervision 2 2 2 Supervision of Supervision 1 1 0 Supervision of Group Therapy 0 5 0 5 0 Case Conference 1 5 1 5 1 5 Meeting with Training Director 1 0 75 0 75 Intern Seminar 1 5 0 75 0 75 Diversity Seminar 1 5 hrs biweekly 0 75 0 75 0 75 Professional Activities Fall Spring Summer Staff Meeting 1 5 1 5 1 5 Clinical Supervisors Meeting 2 hrs month 0 25 0 25 0 Committee Meeting s 1 2 1 2 1 2 Research Professional Development Activities as negotiated 0 2 0 2 0 2 Training Programs Postdoctoral Psychology Residency Doctoral Psychology Internship Program Training Model Training Goals

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  • Doctoral Internship Appointment and Benefits | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    plan vacations during times of lower service activity Benefits Health insurance dental insurance vision insurance vacation sick leave and state holidays explanation of benefits options can be found at http cfo asu edu hr benefits Office location and support ASU CS doctoral psychology intern offices are located in the Student Services building on the ASU Tempe Campus Each intern has a private office equipped with a computer and printer as well as access to standard office supplies as needed Through the computer system interns access the electronic video recording equipment used to record and review sessions Through the computer system interns also have access to ASU CS policy and procedure documents as well as university resources such as the ASU Library and HR educational resources such as ASU HIPAA and Campus Safety Trainings and communication through the ASU e mail and electronic medical records systems Interns are also supported by ASU CS Administrative and Support staff who manages front office operations client check in clinician messages mail and file processing as well as assisting in coordination with facilities and technical assistance through ASU resources as needed Training Programs Postdoctoral Psychology Residency Doctoral Psychology Internship Program Training Model Training Goals Clinical

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