Ph.D. Practicum   [Archived Catalog]
2018-2019 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Spring Addendum

MBM 5586 - Ph.D. Practicum

This course is structured to allow students to explore real-world situations and issues that emerge related to future practice. Students apply mind-body skills, instructional strategies, and facilitation techniques in clinical, community, and professional settings. The appropriate student-identified site allows the student to engage practicum clients in mind-body counseling and education approaches and techniques for individuals and groups. The practicum can also be set to pursue mind-body research and/or organizational development activities. Possible settings include: hospitals, clinics, counseling centers, schools, nursing homes, community centers, wellness centers, homeless shelters, group homes, jails, prisons, and corporate work places. Requirements: 100 hours of practicum experience and weekly video conference participation. (Note: This course requires several weeks preparation before course begins.) Prerequisite(s): No Prerequisite. 3 credit(s)
Offered: FA Term A/B, SP Term A/B, and SU-Term. Course Length: 16 Weeks (SU 8 weeks) No RC Required.