University of Technology Sydney

96047 Clinical Placement 1

6cp; 7 x full-day (workshops), 12hpw (clinical placement), 3hpw (adult, child and neuropsychology clinical supervision), 2hpw (clinical practice meetings, wks 9-14)
Requisite(s): 96043 Introduction to Clinical Practice Skills AND 96044 Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology AND 96045 Adult Clinical Psychology 1 AND 96049 Assessment Across the Lifespan AND 96046c Research Project 1 AND 96048c Adult Clinical Psychology 2 AND 96050c Clinical Health Psychology
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This subject consists of a placement in the Psychology Clinic at UTS. It provides ongoing training as part of the practical component of the clinical psychology program. The aim is to develop clinical skills in assessment, diagnosis, case formulation and treatment of clients with a range of presentations. Trainees are required to attend clinical workshops, complete a placement in the clinic, and attend weekly supervision and ethical and clinical practice meetings.

Typically trainees are expected to attend one hour per week of adult therapy supervision, one hour per week of child therapy supervision and one hour of neuropsychology supervision (group supervision every week, with individual supervision by appointment as required). Attendance at all supervision is required irrespective of caseload.

Typical availability

Spring session, City campus

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