Required Courses

Clinical Internship

A 600+ hour clinical internship grounds academic knowledge and reflection in practical experience. Students begin the internship in their second year with an agency or clinic that matches their interests.

  • Placement in the same agency for a minimum of 9 months.
  • Direct supervision at the agency as well as small group supervision with MAP clinical faculty on campus.
  • Supervision includes detailed clinical analysis

Integration Paper

Second-year students complete an integration paper that draws together reflections on their clinical experiences with a body of theory and research in a topic of their choosing.

Electives, sample topics                  

  • Counseling Across the Gender and Sexual Spectrums
  • Family Therapy
  • Community Consultation and Advocacy
  • Lifespan Growth and Development
  • Mindfulness
  • Play Therapy
  • Phenomenological Research Methods
  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • The Phenomenology of Therapeutic Change
  • Hermeneutics: Interpretive Foundations of Non-Behavioral Psychology
  • Critical Diagnostics
  • Group Process and Therapy

Course requirements are maintained by the Office of the Registrar.

Frequently Asked Questions

Resources

 

 


Professor Steen Halling, one of the program's founders, discusses the practicum experience in the MAP program.

Seattle University Arts & Sciences.

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