Integrated Advanced Assessment I   [Archived Catalog]
2021-2022 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook

PSY 8244 - Integrated Advanced Assessment I

This is the first course in a two-semester sequence should be taken in the students fourth/final year of the program. Students are expected to be at an internship or practicum placement where they have access to clients and assessment materials. This final year of assessment training will support students in refining their cognitive and personality assessment skills based on their identified areas of clinical interest and the opportunities provided to them through their training site. There will be continued training and teaching on cognitive and personality assessment measures and continued discussion regarding ethical and cultural considerations in assessment. Students will be expected to administer 1-2 test batteries each semester through their training site and will complete a case presentation each semester and obtain feedback on case presentations and consultation at training sites. This course will also cover additional assessment issues such as providing feedback to treatment teams, families, and clients after the assessment has been completed. Students will participate in a 1 day required RC component with additional hands on training related to test administration, scoring, and interpretation. Prerequisite(s):  Prerequisite: Formal acceptance to the Advanced Psychological Assessment Specialization. 3 credit(s)