CO 771, 772, 773, 778

Course Description

This is the capstone project for the MACP program. Students will participate in a supervised practicum in applied psychotherapy techniques, assessment, diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment of premarital, family and child counseling, including experience in low-income and multicultural mental health settings. Students spend a minimum of 75 hours per practicum course (225 hours total) in face-to-face experience within the scope of the practice of marriage and family therapy. Out of the 225 hours, 75 of those may be client advocacy as defined by the CA board of Behavioral Sciences. Students are required to discuss counseling cases with instructors in a supervised setting and to demonstrate competency in the counseling situations. Students who complete at least 50 hours in Co-771 and CO-772 will receive credit and may continue on to CO-773 which must be repeated until the 225 mandatory hours are completed. Credit/No-Credit Trimester. 3 units

CO 771, 772, 773, 778  Counseling Practicum I, II, III and Continuum Practicum — FA16 — BlendedDownload 
Practicum 1, 2, 3 & Continuance.pdfDownload 

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