PSYC 803. Fundamentals of Psychological Assessment and Intervention with Children. 3 Hours.

Lecture and supervised experience covering the theoretical and empirical literature on assessment and intervention methods for children, adolescents, and families. Students will learn and demonstrate evidence-based clinical interviewing skills, behavioral observation techniques, risk assessment techniques, therapeutic communication approaches, strategies for providing assessment feedback to families, and ethical principles related to the provision of assessment and psychotherapy (including client file and resource management.) The course requires interaction with clinical populations and communication with referral sources. (Same as ABSC 803.) Prerequisite: Graduate student in clinical child psychology program. LEC.

Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Child Psychology

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Doctor of Philosophy in Communication Studies

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