Graduate Course Descriptions
COUN 6326 (3-3-0) Practicum in Marriage and Family Therapy (S-L)
This course includes supervised delivery of direct counseling services in an approved agency or institution. Practicum focus will be on counseling couples and families. During the practicum experience the student must complete a total of 50 direct client hours, the majority of which must be with couples or families. The practicum includes a total of 150 clock hours. Students will be evaluated by analysis of taped counseling sessions, agency supervisor evaluation, and clear discussions of marriage and family theories, models, methods, and technique. To obtain credit, a grade of B or above must be earned. This course contains a field-based service-learning component.
- Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
- Prerequisite: COUN 6314, COUN 6317 (S-L), COUN 6318 (S-L).