01:50 PM to 04:30 PM R
10340 Democracy Lane 203N
Section Information for Fall 2021
Supervision, consultation, and interprofessional/interdisciplinary interaction are integral activities of health service psychology. Supervision involves the mentoring and monitoring of trainees and others in the development of competence and skill in professional practice and the effective evaluation of those skills. Supervisors act as role models and maintain responsibility for the activities they oversee. Consultation and interprofessional/interdisciplinary skills are reflected in the intentional collaboration of professionals in health service psychology with other individuals or groups to address a problem, seek or share knowledge, or promote effectiveness in professional activities. The purpose of this course is to offer advanced graduate students in health service psychology a foundation in supervision, consultation, and interprofessional/interdisciplinary knowledge and skills. Students will also learn about areas essential to the competent practice of supervision and consultation, including
the ability to conduct professional activities with sensitivity to human diversity, ethical and legal standards, professional values and attitudes (e.g., self-awareness, self-reflection, self-care, acceptance and use of supervision/feedback, etc.), and relationships (e.g., communication and interpersonal skills).
Enrollment limited to students with a class of Advanced to Candidacy or Graduate.
Students in a Non-Degree Post-Baccalaureate or Non-Degree Undergraduate degrees may not enroll.